Honestly this franchise has been on-point since the ’90s.
Seriously, I called vixyish after this episode aired to be like GIRL MEETS WORLD JUST EXPLAINED CULTURAL APPROPRIATION IN A WAY THAT WAS NOT ALL ABOUT HOW RILEY WAS A BAD PERSON FOR MAKING A MISTAKE, BUT HOW SHE SHOULD STILL CUT THAT SHIT OUT.
I am so happy with this show. Like, seriously, I cannot recommend it highly enough.
He was going to explain the charity event in more depth and at least take his tunic off first, but his sister was a bit too eager with the bucket of ice water. It’s okay, though, everyone already knows what it’s all about. Robin explained it pretty well and Jericho would just have to sign the whole thing anyway.
Oh well. He might be soaking and freezing and in a fierce mental debate over exactly how boundless his affection for his sister is, but, as Rose puts it: “It’s fine. Joey loves this kind of charity crap.”
Early designs of Mako Mankanshoku (満艦飾マコ) from Kill la Kill (キルラキル) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. All the illustrations above are by Sushio (すしお) except for the last one, which was illustrated by Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜).