In its second episode, Binbougami ga! comes packed with all of which it could be asked, and even more – amusement floods the ceiling from the floor as a situational setting of pseudo-war is established.
Cute deity of flat chests, Momiji, has managed to stay within the human world as her target remains the busty obnoxious human bishoujo. She forcibly receives clearance from her superior to keep tackling her target at her own pace – and such is what subsequently transpires. The episode is a focus on how the forces of conflict, the arrogant bishoujo and adorable flat chest, square off – showing their respective stance, power, and capabilities.
And of course, such is all met with a variety of intermittent humor, parodies, and ridiculous ordeals.
Momiji enters the school of the cow-chested heroine – a “transfer student”, apparently having settled on a delinquent style of dress. Her front first seems unstoppable as her assaults upon the ample human girl are relentless and unforgiving – she’d target the girl through plain bullying tactics, to an assortment of other violently creative methods. Some insults would be met with injury, literally – and Momiji would even play tricks which serve as something of a mental assault, driving the well-endowed human girl to the end of her wits.
When the silly human breaks down, she foolishly does so in public – and as classmates and others catch glimpse of her irate behavior, it does much to harm her reputation. Momiji has expertly been picking away at the cow-chested girl in just the right places in order to have her essentially implode and ruin herself.
With the continual persistence of Momiji’s efforts, they gradually rise in effectiveness till the human girl can take no more – and conveniently for her, a peculiar pervert character arrives to her aide. This fellow doesn’t ultimately do much, yet he does set her up as necessary to combat a higher power – and this she unfortunately manages to do. Once the bishoujo returns home, many comedic moments spiral into a complete showdown of her versus the poverty queen – and sadly, the tide turns here.
The oppai equipped human manages to manifest her “fortune” – and with that, she’s able to meet or exceed Momiji in strength. Of course, Momiji still has far more power untouched, yet it merely goes to waste within this episode – an attempt to summon her own “misfortune” merely results in nothing of benefit as the physical embodiment of her misfortune has seemingly taken after her in that it’s all just as lazy and lacking of willpower to do much anything.
That being the case, Momiji falls defeated this episode – a sudden shift in the reign of dominance as result of an event unexpected. However, even with a single misfortunate incident befalling her, Momiji is of course not to throw in her hypothetical tower – she merely becomes sadistically enthusiastic for revenge, and the episode ends on a note of showdown.
One can truly feel the position of plot within this series, the sensation of two heavy hitters ready to clash with all their might – with the greatest aspect of it being the freedom. This series goes all out indeed – there’s no limits as to what will come forth, and anticipations can hardly foresee what will ensue. There’s likely to be much tilting in favor of character A and character B on a per episode basis – though as for what the final outcome will be, it may perhaps be best to simply watch and see.
Not much less was awaited – yet it’s another spectacular episode.