A post on the company's personal blog went viral on Twitter Royal limousine, one of the producing units of the animated manga adaptation EX-ARM. «The third episode will air today 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 because of its lousy production. The series has the worst debut rating in MyAnimeList this season. Your lousy animation work, the rookie production team and the obviously precarious budget (where the department Crunchyroll SC Anime Fund is also involved) are obvious causes of all of his failures.

It is worth noting that the CEO of the Royal Limousine company shared the update on Twitter with the comment: «Please keep supporting Royal Limousine to make this happen! (referring to the film)" and "Rest assured, Royal Limousine will support EX-ARM until the end».

It's hard to tell if this rep is serious, as you can see on his Twitter account that he is even retweeting the publications devoted to ridiculing the production. Is it then an example of the financing companies really having no idea about the production of an anime, or is it just sarcastic?

EX-ARM synopsis

2014: Akira Natsume seems to have an almost phobia of electronic devices while being very good at diagnosing it. One day he decides to change clothes to look better and have a girlfriend, just like his older brother ... However, Akira suddenly dies in an accident.

16 years later, a special police officer and her Android companion recover and activate a highly developed artificial intelligence and super weapon called the EX-ARM and give her full control of her ship as a last resort. It turns out that the AI ​​is actually Akira's mind!

Source: Otakomu

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