The first Garo story was about a father and a son.
This one is effectively about an adoptive mother and a son, but in fact she might turn out to be his birth mother by the end of the series.
The condescension that this woman shows for the young man is unbearable. I get enough exposure to female-to-male contempt from real life. I am not eager to see it in my leisure time viewing.
Despite her impractical, stripperific armor, she can bust out of prison just like a male hero.
The villains are slightly more sympathetic than the heroes.
The basic problem with this show is that the writers are way, way, way over their heads in love with the female protagonist.
Yeah, yeah, I understand, fellows. This character is your goddess. This is your ideal anima-figure. This is the female symbol that embodies all that you find desirable in existence.
Fine. Leave me out of it. I’m going to drop this mess and watch something with inoffensive characters.
“Your face oozes with indecency.” I’ll have to remember that remark for the next time I get into a forum-based flame war.