@Raidou: You see, proving that a show is for pedophiles isn't really that easy. For some works you can easily point out that it is, but for anime titles that feature cute underaged girls, it isn't. A show can have multiple appeal. Say, I enjoyed Sky Girls because the show actually bothered to give characterization to the side characters (the crew of Koryuu). There isn't any scene in the show that gives a pedo vibe. There's no malice in Gen (the cook) being nice to Elise (the blond loli). There's no malice in the interaction between Togo and Eika. In terms of fanservice, shows like Highschool Dx D
and R-15 have objectively more fanservice than this (if you're going to count the number and the length) so it's a moot point. The only fanservice tropes I remembered of this show are shower scenes (1 or 2 in the entire show) and some crotch scenes (typical of Mecha Musume shows) and the application of nano-skin (more subtle than the shower scenes as there is no nudity). This show is more about interaction between the characters and if you're watching this to drool to underage girls, we'll it's not the intention of the show. Of course, I won't deny that some people have been jacking off to Sky Girls.
And going to the that topic, anyone can watch a tame show with intentions of fapping, see the Doujinshi culture. For example, an anon can watch a perfectly tame show like Hanamaru Kindergarten, and he can jack off it. Does that mean that Hanamaru Kindergarten is a pedobait show just because a lolicon (who we have no idea of) is potentially jacking off on that show? Still, in the eyes of a normal viewer, Hanamaru Kindergarten is just about a cutesy show.
TL'DR version: Going by the rating on MAL and ANN (even if it's not licensed), this isn't porn. This isn't even borderline porn like Kodomo no Jikan as there's 0 smut. If Strike Witches wasn't locked, this one shouldn't.
edited 27th Jun '12 7:12:19 PM by melcarba