The Facts are These:
Momoko has trained in the mountains for years mastering he martial arts prowess, though she is unable to become the true master of the still because of her female physique. Her father tells her to find the strongest husband to make the strongest child is the only way to continue their martial arts style. Meet Koushi a boy from a martial arts family that wants to become a lawyer, the reluctant fiancée to Momoko.
The show has some fanservice elements, lets get that out of the way. An example of this would be the horse style successor has to wear bondage gear?… Man, I don’t like that, this is just a cheap way to get people to watch the show. There are some genuinely funny moments, though the shows repetitive nature and surviving off of one joke gets tiresome after a while. The show is okay, but nothing more than that.
Behind the Scenes:
The series is based off the manga of the same name by Shinobu Ohtaka, with his other works including Magi and The Adventures of Sinbad. The series was directed by Nobuaki Nakanishi, with his other works including Kashimashi: Girl meets Girl and Little Women 2: Jo’s Boy. The series was produced by Studio Hibari and is not licensed in North America.
The opening for this series is Saikyō○×Keikaku” by Mosaic.wav (Episodes 1 – 12) and
“Setsujō – Hyakka Ryōran” by Mosaic.wav (Episodes 13 – 22) Here they are for you to enjoy…
A Brief View of the World:
The series takes place in our world though martial arts is to the point where you can make dragons of chi when you punch or kill birds by staring at them.
The series is fun and goofy, though there is nothing more to the series than what you see. The show gets repetitive, even though the action is okay the show is nothing more than average.
The show is rewatchable with only 26 episodes, though there is nothing content wise that will draw you back for another viewing it is a one note show. Also this show isn’t a complete story, it ends before the manga does. If you want the complete story then read the manga.
My Bride is a Mermaid – For a hilarious romantic comedy with a supernatural twist.
Asu no Yoishi! – For a romantic comedy that has the same theme of this show.
I do not own any of the above used pictures and/or video they belong to their original creators, Shinobu Ohtaka and Studio Hibari.