The artstyle is pretty interesting and by far the most distinctive thing about the show. it's trying to emulate a more western style with bright colors and thicker line-art. but unfortunately it's animated like total ass most of the time. They constantly avoid showing characters mouths moving, the first character to speak doesn't even have a face, and the moments where they try to be flashy look mostly amateurish.
The plot and characters are so nondescript that there's basically nothing to comment on except to say that it's as exceedingly mediocre as possible.
In order to communicate that it's set in the the US they continuously show Times Square with American flags on all the screens.
Hilariously it seems like the show is super psyched that it got Trevor Horn on the soundtrack cus "Sky Show" appears in this episode 4 separate times. and they even give it a hilariously awkward meta shout-out in the dialogue by having a character say "Why is the hit song Sky Show playing?"
And they hired Stan Lee to do the "next time on" bumpers at the end of the episodes. He doesn't even sound like he's using a professional microphone. How does this show exist?
And that's my review of Trevor Horn's anime.