Home Entertainment: Adult Swim’s FLCL: Progressive (WarnerMedia)

It’s been a few years since I watched FLCL, but has this one captured the original show premise. The episodes are RE: Start, Freebie Honey, Stone Skipping, LooPQR, Fool on […]

It’s been a few years since I watched FLCL, but has this one captured the original show premise.

The episodes are RE: Start, Freebie Honey, Stone Skipping, LooPQR, Fool on the Planet and Our Running. this series is not for just anyone and if you didn’t watch the first season none of this will make sense. IF you’re a fan of weird anime tv shows this is for you. So, FLCL is about Haruko returns to Mabase years later after a failed attempt to contain Atomsk, although she did manage to absorb him. Placing herself as a middle school homeroom teacher, Haruko targets a 14-year-old girl named Hidomi Hibajiri through her classmate and eventual love interest Ko Ide. Haruko finds opposition in both the headphones Hidomi wears and Julia Jinyu, a more stoic offshoot of Haruko that splintered from her during her initial attempt to control Atomsk’s power. Haruko eventually eats Julia to restore herself and uses Ide to get to Hidomi. Like before, this causes conflict between Medical Mechanica and the Interstellar Immigration Bureau, as the latter was reverse-engineering Canti’s technology to utilize the N.O. Channel’s energies for their own use. Atomsk appears on Earth as planned, but Haruko ends up failing again with a freed Julia taking her leave. Haruko regains her composure and resumes her hunt for Atomsk as Hidomi and Ide begin their relationship while Mabase rebuilds after much of it was destroyed by Medical Mechanica.

The extras are Meet the creators and Pillows; In meet the creators we get how FLCL was came from Japan to the USA. In Pillows we meet the band Pillows who did some of the music for FLCL.

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