ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA — Randall Forsett, a 41-year-old air conditioning technician, was last seen explaining to his acquaintances that unlike other anime where young men are suddenly transported into an alternate fantasy universe, the one he is watching this season is actually good.
Forsett was heard claiming to friends who have had enough of the genre that this season’s Hataage! Kemono Michi was “not like the rest”.
“You see, this time a pro wrestler is transported into a fantasy world, and instead of being about action it’s kind of a funny parody of isekai anime,” Forsett explained. He noted how quirky isekai is a unique and original idea despite the existance of Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku Wo! and Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tueee Kuse ni Shinchou Sugiru, and Tsuujou Kougeki ga Zentai Kougeki ni Ni-kai Kougeki no Okaasan wa Suki Desu Ka?
“A pro wrestler in a fantasy world, isn’t that crazy?”
Forsett cites a scene in the pilot episode of the main character suplexing a princess as evidence that the protagonist “has balls”, whatever that means.
At press time, Forsett was seen trying to convince disinterested passers-by to watch this season’s Choujin Koukousei-tachi wa Isekai demo Yoyuu de Ikinuku you desu!, which is totally different from other isekai anime because “there’s a whole bunch of them.”