Warning: Minor spoilers for Shonen Maid lie ahead in this review. If you have not seen the show or wish not to be spoiled on certain aspects of the show, then I suggest you not continue on. Reader discretion is advised.
Most often when watching an anime or another form of entertainment like a movie, there are two categories that it can be put into. The first of these categories is the deep philosophical masterpieces that are driven by character motivations and intricate and deep plot lines that would make the likes of Hideo Kojima nod in approval. The other form is that of pure popcorn material. The kind of stuff that is more interested in spectacle than anything else and is only there for mindless consumption and to kill time until the commercials. Each has been successful in their own right. The Metal Gear Solid series, known for drawn out dialogue and incredibly contrived plots can be just as successful as The Avengers