A post on the personal blog of the Royal Limousine company, one of the producing entities of the animated adaptation of the EX-ARM manga, went viral on Twitter. «Today the third episode airs at midnight. Roya Limousine will support EX-ARM until death, until the production of a feature film. We will continue to support EX-ARM! "
The post went viral as EX-ARM has become a hot topic inside and outside of Japan for its lousy production. The series has the worst debut rating on MyAnimeList this season. His lousy animation work, rookie production team, and glaringly precarious budget (in which the Crunchyroll SC Anime Fund division is also involved) are obvious causes of all his failures.
It is worth mentioning that the CEO of the Royal Limousine company himself shared the update on Twitter with the comment: “Please continue to support Royal Limousine to achieve this! (referring to the film) "and" Rest assured that Royal Limousine will support EX-ARM to the end. "
It is difficult to determine if this representative is being serious, since in his Twitter account you can see that he retweets even the publications that are dedicated to ridiculing the production. Is it then an example that the financing companies really have no idea about the production of an anime or is it just being sarcastic?
2014: Akira Natsume seems to have a near phobia of electronic devices while being very good at diagnosing them. One day, he decides to change to look better and get a girlfriend just like his older brother did ... However, Akira dies suddenly in an accident. 16 years later, a special policeman and his android partner recover and activate an Artificial Intelligence and highly superweapon. called EX-ARM and put her in full control of her ship as her last resort. Turns out the AI is actually Akira's mind!
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