Analysis: Kiwi Blitz
Overall, the series seems to be a Deconstruction of the "kid superheroes in giant mechs" genre (specifically Super Sentai). The series, and many individual chapters, starts out with traditional superhero situations which quickly break down in a realistic fashion. Blitz's dad supports her vigilante activity at first because he agrees that the police force is unequipped to deal with criminals in mechs, but he immediately regrets it and constantly worries that his daughter is going to get killed by the psychos she attracts. The series takes pains to portray criminals as being either psychopathic nutcases or cold-blooded and intelligent, which stands in stark contrast to the usual incompetent villains of most series involving mechs.
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