Ultimate Girls' second episode.
Summary (with spoilers)
A new monster threatens the city, this time it's a "train man".
In fact, even during her transformation you can appreciate the ecstasy:
Already transformed, she decides to face her opponent, but the first thing is to take the painting on the floor and write "Here is Ultimate Girl!".
At least that way the reporters will have an official name and not a name invented with implicit sexual jokes (as the old pervert wishes).
After presuming its name, she only decides to attack the monster, but fails:
It was a bad idea to attack something that, hypothetically, is made of metal, so UFO-Man warns the heroine that she is relatively weak:
After this fall, the heroine slowly begins to undress, despite it, she does not care because these nonsense should not care for the heroes (geek way of thinking).
So she decides to do the same thing before: ramming the monster.
Again her attack fails and opts for a new plan, which throw a supposed beam called "Ultimate Beam", as did Koharuno Silk last time. But nothing happens.
So monster takes the opportunity to pounce, and finally defeat her. When she shrinks to her original size, we can appreciate the difference in sizes of the Ultimate Girl with her human form:
So Ohtori Vivienne decides to take the initiative to face the monster.
But she remembers that her mother told her that "a true Japanese woman should not show her skin in public" (this is strange, they are white nordid, but can be justified if they are assumed to be immigrants, probably from some Anglo-Saxon country) .
Ohtori Vivienne is a serious person, so she does not want to dishonor her "Japanese" honor, so when she becomes serious she keeps her seriousness and plans to defeat the monster as fast as possible, before starting to undress:
And there ends the episode, for the next will see the battle between these last 2.
Monster of turn
- His name is "Shupo".
- It is anthropomorphic.
- His "boots" and gloves are black, just like the top to the legs. The rest is white.
- It has "kawaii" eyes (which makes it look less dangerous).
- Between his legs comes a small black train with red tip (the reader is smart enough to realize what it represents).
- The monster of turn of this episode has similarities with the design of Charge Man of the video game Mega Man.
- Although Moroboshi Tsubomi always wanted to be a giantess heroine, that does not necessarily make her a microphile or a giantess fetishist.
- In fact, in order to be considered as such, she must have sexual motives, but she never showed those feelings, so she can not be considered a fetishist.