That was an interesting one. I was skeptical about a new narrator, but this was very nicely done. The voice acting was actually great and the story was really good, even though I don't really remember much about Medias Corps I actually liked this better than a lot of Nwar episodes. I loved the visual gags (the Medias Corps anagrams, the vlog, true crime book, etc.) You probed a whole different culture here, millenials and journalists. Whereas Nwar was an old detective, she's a young journalist, so the nature of the references and puns is completely different, and I like that. Surprisingly enough, you handled the abbreviations well enough, showing that side, while also making her a competent reporter. The story, like I said, was actually gripping, you were wondering what would happen. Follows the 'reporter trying to reveal huge evil corporation' tropes pretty nicely, but the twist at the end was unexpected, at least for me. Also that final joke lmao. The puns got a bit hard to follow, I 'm not too well versed in some of the topics, I guess. Some of them were kind of weird and a stretch. Also I think her investigation techniques were not-so-believable sometimes. I don't think you can trace fingerprints off coins with a pencil. Overall pretty funny, though, and I liked the subtle callbacks. I feel like the animation was a bit repetitive, and it seems others share that opinion.
Keep it up, this was the best episode in a long while!
Brilliant writing carries this piece. The narration's good, too. Animation could use more polish.
The animations a little lacking, but I like that it keeps a certain style about it. I usually don't like longer animations, but this one kept my attention with the constant digressions of puns and play-on-words; even the ones that aren't particularly funny are still charming in their presentation. Overall, very well done
Those puns just come off as second nature, great work man. The art suffers a little tiny bit but as you might've guessed from my previous sentence the writing is definitely the strong point of this show.
It's always really nice to see original animated series...es online