Hisone to Masotan – First Impression Recap (Is It Evil?)
I don’t know what I just watched… But it was glorious. How Evil is Hisone to Masotan‘s premiere?
No summary this time, I learned my lesson after my last recap. So let’s get right into this, thing. Hisone the main protagonist has a bit of a problem. You see she hurts people without trying to. She seems to speak almost every thought she has about everything. Let’s just say it hasn’t made her any friends. After graduating high school she chose what she thought was the best career to stay away from people – the military.
If you can guess that’s not working all that well either. While being asked to run an errand, she back-talks her commanding officer. Luckily for her, the CO didn’t pay attention to it. Her task is to find someone at hangar eight. Oh yeah. She works at an airbase. This is where she gets eaten by a dragon.
I’m not even joking. Relax though, she gets spewed up too. As you can imagine, her superiors have to brief her while she is traumatized by that experience. She then learns that’s she’s been shanghaied into being a pilot for the same dragon that ate her. She tells off the entire dragon crew and calls them out on every single rule they’re breaking then leaves. I like her already.
When she’s about to leave she hears about the dragon and realizes they have a lot in common. She builds up enough courage to actually touch it and it lets her. Then it promptly eats her and escapes the base. What is it with this dragon? Hisone is wearing a control helmet this time and is able to force the dragon to transform into a plane… What?
Hisone is instructed how to fly the dragon plane and accidentally gets ejected through its mouth, again. I have no idea where this show is heading. But this episode is about as Evil as a Villain (9). I can’t really say much more about it. It’s funny and has an interesting concept, but how far can they take this? I’m looking forward to finding out. If you want something that’s more action orientated check out my recaps Tokyo Ghoul:re. It’s not as friendly as this series but it can have its moments.