- Giant steampunk telescope.
- At least this voiceover sounds like someone invested in the outcome. Bit overdramatic, though.
- So there’s a girl trapped in that crystal? Not sure what’s happening.
- Abrupt as hell shift for the OP.
- Oh, it’s a robot show. I’ll finish this out, but my interest in mecha is slim to none.
- Cool hip teen nearly hits a child on his hoverscooter.
- And now there’s military of some kind.
- I understand that it needs to set things up, but this is all over the place tonally.
- If it’s from hip teen’s point of view, keep it that way until he’s caught up in all this dark serious stuff.
- That car is pretty great.
- So she’s running away from an arranged marriage?
- If the robots have angry shark faces like the car, it’ll be fun.
- Are they going to huddle together for warmth?
- So he’s somehow going to force her to marry him? How does that even work? The intended humour of that falls a little flat.
- I’ll admit, I’m curious about how the crystals fit into all of this.
- Ah, now there’s the comatose mystery girl. I thought it was a false alarm, but apparently not.
- Aw, the robots don’t have cross shark faces.
I might give this another episode to see what crystal girl’s about, I might not. It just seems so disjointed, like they wanted different elements in the same story and didn’t think about how they would fit together.