Clearly a silly anime about being too powerful
I have yet to write this... because I am lazy or something
I have yet to write this... because I am lazy or something
Haruto was a slightly different loser in his past life, and he was just a hikikomori. However, he died in his room and was offered a chance at reincarnation for some reason. He was also told by the goddess who reincarnated him that he would be given a cheat power. Well, sadly, the goddess is an airhead and forgot the world that he was reincarnated into would not be able to tell that Haruto was super powerful. So he gets to be abandoned, but luckily he is picked up by another relative. Now Haruto can start working to ensure he will get a new life as a NEET In the new world.
Season 1 Episode 2
Not really a NEET
This is always one of the things that makes me feel weird about these characters. I mean, what the heck? The way they are described in their past life makes them sound like they were completely worthless. However, Haruto can do stuff when he puts his mind to it. I mean, seriously, what the heck. He can use magic to build his doppelganger to live his life for him. And for what reason, so he can just lie around and do nothing? You would think that making a robot using magic would motivate someone to get off his ass?
Season 1 Episode 3
The sister thing
There are a lot of things that confuse me about anime. One of them being that anime is so very weird with stuff, especially when it comes to young children. In our modern era, where every man who touches a young girl is a loli-con, can have a problem. However, it is generally okay to hug your siblings in the real world. Even if you have a mental age over 30, it is just annoying watching Haruto convince himself that he is not a loli-con.
However, there is also the good that having his sister around has done for him. Mainly getting him off his ass. Look at all the cool things he can do and make now that his little sister is telling him to get off his ass and make stuff. This is a nice plot device that makes it so that Haruto has some outside motivation to get out and do stuff. So that is a good thing, I guess. I guess in comedies, you cannot have actual character growth over the course of the story because that is not very funny to watch. Oh well, at least there is more going on or something.