Action Level: 3/5
They don't show much of the spaceship
battles but there's lots of close-quarter combat with weapons.
Romance Level: 3/5
Typical road trip scenario, two people start out hating each other than eventually get
to like one another. Sure, it takes the destruction of a spaceship, being held hostage by a rogue Abh Baron, a revolution
against said Baron, targeted by the "United Mankind" (who are apparently the enemy in this series), and a shot in the shoulder for
that to happen, but it does happen. Also, you have to take into account that one of the road trippers has
albino skin, blue hair, gray eyes, and can live for 250 years. Yup, this is the starting of a beautiful friendship.
Comedy Level: 2/5
Lafiel's reactions on stepping onto land for the first time is really funny (especially
the scene in the cornfield).
Adult Level: 3/5
Young, naked Abh female in the tub, big busted women slaves who make California girls
look intelligent in comparison, and blood.
Drama Level: 4/5
Moriyoka really put a lot of thought into each and every character, even the minor ones.
You might need to take a break from all the characterization.
Overall Level: 4/5
The series is very beautiful but can get quite heavy at times. Jinto and Lafiel
are definitely my favorites and it's great watching them grow. The animation was very beautiful (especially in the way
they detailed the Abh). The dub wasn't that bad (though just between you and me, they used the same actors and actresses
for Dual Parallel Trouble Adventure). The only thing I regret is that they don't focus too much on what is happening
in the world, just as it pertains to Jinto.