This is the oddball on my watching list. It's different in almost every way, starting with the visual style. Then there's the sport... who'd have thought you could make an interesting anime about ping pong? The characters are different, too. Tsukimoto (aka Smile), never smiles. He lacks aspiration, even though he's an amazing ping pong player. The supporting cast is a bit off-klter, too. This anime will never be my favorite, but I enjoy its uniqueness.
|Meet "Peco," Tsukimoto's friend. Also, meet Ping Pong's color|
scheme. There are a few other colors, but they're all the same
faded tone. (Episode 1)