A gonzo, irreverent, four-panel manga featuring two 14-year-old girls who will bicker and curse their way into your heart.
No filter. No shame. No logic. No problem! So you think that Popuko and Pipimi are just typical cute, sweet tweens? Think again f#%**ers! Ask the millions of fans in Japan and abroad….. these girls are nasty, vulgar, and they don’t take crap from anyone!
The bizarre four-panel comic by Bkub Okawa, on which the hit anime is based, is filled with obscure pop culture references (including walk-ons by characters from other series) and tongue-in-cheek—and in-your-face—quips and snipes, as well as inappropriate physical violence. POP TEAM EPIC will keep you laughing, confused, and addicted!
Praise for the Anime Adaptation: “Watching it, I questioned constantly, ‘Who the hell green-lighted this?’ and, also ‘Why wasn’t this made sooner?’ Pop Team Epic is flush with dumb cultural references it rarely bothers to comment on. For me, that’s where its charm lies.”
“I think Pop Team Epic is ultimately most categorizable as anti-humor, a genre of comedy that derives its humor from the very absurdity of trying to find meaning in its madness.” —Anime News Network
“How does one even go about reviewing Pop Team Epic, anyway?”
“Pop Team Epicis a breath of fresh air […] It doesn’t always make sense, and it doesn’t have to. […] That’s why it’s so simple to see its appeal. In a world where we’re constantly being barraged with difficult and upsetting situations, Pop Team Epic is a burst of pure, unadulterated fun.” — SyFy