So with this and Kaguya-sama S2 being Funimation exclusive and them producing the dub for them…. yeah, Aniplex of America and Funimation are definitely sharing beds together.
I just hope they don’t do a Valvrave dub. Not because I don’t want it dubbed but that’s a horrible and boring show.
Also…. a millionaire detective? Isn’t that Batman?
Whatever. This is The Millionaire Detective – Balance: UNLIMITED.
Director: Tomohiko Ito
Series Composition: Taku Kishimoto
Music: Yūgo Kanno
Original creator: Yasutaka Tsutsui
Character Design: Keigo Sasaki
Mechanical design: Hiroyuki Terao
Sound Director: Yoshikazu Iwanami
Cgi Director: Shinji Nasu
Director of Photography: Toshiaki Aoshima
Animation Production: CloverWorks
AnimeLab (Australia and New Zealand)
Licensed by: Aniplex of America
Plot Summary: The incredibly wealthy Daisuke Kanbe audaciously solves cases in unconventional ways. Kanbe is assigned to the “Modern Crimes Task Unit” — a unit created to keep problematic officers away from others. There, Kanbe becomes partners with Katō.
First Thoughts: Or maybe this isn’t Batman at all. I mean, we could use a little less Batman nowadays and yet this isn’t doing any that spectacular either. Rich man solve crimes in ways that the police don’t fuck with and uses other people in there to do shit their way as well. Although I did like the couple that were trying to rob the place and yet when the guy jumped out of the car, leaving the girl and when she escaped, the dude crawled back to her like “I miss you! I’m glad you’re safe!” She should’ve punch or stomp on the motherfucker.
Anyway, this show seems……well, basic. Very basic. It’s pretty anime-looking boys solving crimes and yes, this falls in line with the term ‘basic’ as CGDCT shows.
It’s a LOW-MEDIUM PRIORITY WATCH
I’m MAK2.0 aka The Blue Hybrid and really, if you leave your girl to die in a tow bridge wreck, she will never want to fuck you again.