- Jun 10, 2009
I figured that's what was/is happening with this, the sexualisation is played for jokes, and the concept is a bit to surreal that it's obviously part of the whole gag.shinyaoheera said:About the concept in the OP:
-It's not an armor; it's not even meant to be "clothing". It's called "human/uniform" fusion because it's... a fusion, the girl and the living clothing are meant to become one.
-The work is self-aware; they aren't playing it as practical or sensible and the girl hates how she looks. She even goes the lenghts to cover herself with a cloak so people don't see how ridiculous it is.
-It's not meant to provide protection... it's a super-form, like the Dragon Ball Super Saiyan. So the "clothing" is irrelevant since she gains God-like abilities and, like I said, the idea isn't that she is wearing the clothing. In fact, fashion is one of the main themes of the story and the catchphrase is a pun in Japanese that goes "will you wear or be worn?".
-Finally, it's a cartoony surreal show that has no pretentions about being "mature": http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x14o2oo_tv%E3%82%A2%E3%83%8B%E3%83%A1-%E3%82%AD%E3%83%AB%E3%83%A9%E3%82%AD%E3%83%AB-%E6%9C%80%E6%96%B0pv-full-hd-1080p
Probably should've cemented this sort of info in the original post, but then I probably should have chosen my words more carefully.