With no skill, Kazuki Nakajima develops a half-assed storyline that uses the simplistic to achieve the even more simplistic. The idiosyncratic world of retro shit, clearly inspired by the weirder mix of Chuck Jones, Osamu Dezaki and Go Nagai, shares existence with godfuckingawful characterization and QUALITY thematic development. By a straightforward structure they build a believably craptastic hero's journey. There is a a meta-fictional mixture of both classic sterotypes and obvious plot devices. It's so bad it is a parody of itself.
There is a sense of indigestion, like if we were spectators for the Pain Series of a lost society. Everything functions so that the distinction between metaphor and figurative is completely irrelevant, like the series itself. Plot and message become one from episode one, and that message is, "You're an idiot Gainax fanboy." It's pretty much about the distinction of the different yet similar concepts known as fap material and merchandising. As an aide to the core statement, the script builds over ideas of GIANT ROBOTS LOL, BOOBIES LOL or social GAR phenomena; but even if broad concepts become dodgily defined, they are admittedly only a necessary, if very laughable, groundwork.