By: Vrai Kaiser February 16, 20210 Comments

If you talk to me long enough, you'll hear about Flip Flappers. It's a bit of a hard sell because, well, it's really weird. Like the show runs on pure dream logic half the time. Add to that, the show is by and large about the main character's developing sexuality, in this case being gay, there are a few uncomfortably horny parts. It has the problem of wanting to talk about a thing that's problematic but ends up doing that thing in the process from time to time. There's a reason why almost everyone who has seen Flip Flappers says "Please watch Flip Flappers." Each episode has it's own unique feel with amazing audio quality and no fear to go to different color palates and even animation styles from episode to episode. It also has pretty cool psych themes that it presents through layers of visual metaphor worthy of Utena. It's just a beautiful queer magical girl story that's a feast for the eyes and ears.

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