Kill la Kill is the anime that will save anime.
This is what everyone is referring to the new series as, and they have every reason to believe it. Kill la Kill is a rare display of Japanese animation in a time where catering to the otaku crowd and depriving them of their money with poorly made moe crap is the most common course of action for animation studios.
The work of Trigger, an animation studio that normally does production assistance for other shows, Kill la Kill is the studio’s inaugural effort at making their own television series. It also has the minds of Hiroyuki Imaishi and Kazuki Nakashima on the project, both of whom have previously worked on Gurren Lagann, another highly acclaimed series. But what exactly makes Kill la Kill so attractive, so endearing, so punchy, and just so damn fun to watch?