SORA NO OTOSHIMONO : FORTE
studio : AIC
director : Hisashi Satou
serial run : October 1, 2010 - ongoing
total episode : 12
hime's priority rank : 02
RETURN OF THE GLORIOUS NYMPH
okay so some may argue that the plot / story itself were mainly repetitive and too predictable, but that won't be the main concern here as the series often cleverly plays itself well within the limited sandbox of the harem genre without being too much typical from how i see and perceive it. and while being deeply rooted in its highly perverted theme, one must not arrogantly look away from the underlying, humanistic theme that is clearly presented and elaborated by each episode, esp. when there's the loli angelroid nymph of who -like konjiki no yami of the to love-ru fame- often seek out the key question regarding her role and her very presence / existence on the world.
as usual, i prefer not to over-analyze things up so i'll continue straight to our next point. now for a sequel -especially one that stem from a remarkably strong parent series such as this- the first episode is critically crucial in giving out the first, strong impression for its fans to either renew or forget their interest into the series. good thing for sora no otoshimono : forte is that the first episode didn't just gave out a solid impact for its debut, instead it busted its way into the fall season with so much bang and glory that one [ its longtime fans, especially ] couldn't help but to shed their manry tears of extreme happiness [ assuming that 97% of its staple audience were male ] over said glorious epicness.
production / execution-wise, everything remains faithfully intact as per the parent series, but one thing that greatly caught my attention off guard were the background music; okay so i wasn't quite sure if sora no otoshimon : forte has brought forth the same set of score from the first season, but those that i've heard from the first episode were so remarkably grand and ultimately well done that i am now super-enthusiastic in obtaining a copy of its original soundtrack once it is made available somewhen later.
p/s : the yonda [ you call ? ] joke thrown in the second episode is definitely made of pure genius. go and experience it for yourself if you haven't yet :3