It’s finally arrived: Tokyopop’s pseudo-documentary/ANTM hybrid show. As expected, there are some aspects to AGO that are facepalm worthy. The word “otaku” is used many, many times. Almost in a dry-heave inducing amount. And there are plenty of quotes and moments that just made me shake my head. However, there are also scenes that are either informative or impressive. Cringing certainly outweighed any other reaction in most of this episode, but Tokyopop at least didn’t make this a complete disaster. Well let’s dive right in, shall we?
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