All Desert Punk released episodes
The Demon and the Double D's
The introduction of Desert Punk (Sunabōzu), where he is manipulated to fight a gang by Junko. After Desert Punk won, Junko takes all the credit and is responsible for the first failure mission of Desert Punk.
Rock, Paper, Scissors
Desert Punk and Rain Spider (Amagumo) are hired by the same company to collect debt of a family of an old man and his daughter. Rain Spider wanted to sell the daughter as the old man had no assets to which Desert Punk disagreed and they pit themselves in a duel for it.
Fire Dragon Kong
Junko asks for help of Desert Punk and the Machine Gun Brothers to assist her in a machine. Little did Desert Punk know she upset a man with a tank and has to destroy it to survive the day.
An Ace in the Sand
A sniper tries to hunt Desert Punk considering the reputation he would gather defeating the great desert demon. After the battle is won by Desert Punk, the assistant (Kosuna) of the sniper ditches her old master to join Desert Punk, but is declined.
The Price of Water
A village that expects that is soon to have source of water hires Desert Punk to defend the village against expected raiders. In the meantime, Desert Punk lowers the villagers morale by overconsuming their food and water.
Desert Punk defeats the raiders, but is taken outside of the village while sleeping and left on his own with little food and water. He then tries to return to the village for payment but finds himself on the verge of death, only to be saved by the Machine Gun Brothers.
Age Before Beauty
After being saved by the Machine Gun Brothers, the Desert Punk returns to his hometown, where he finds himself a young new apprentice he can take advantage of.
A Dog in Heat
Desert Punk and Kosuna have a new job: to destroy a stone, believed to be cursed. The only problem is, the curse seems to be real, and everything that can go wrong, does go wrong.
All That Glitters
Junko promises the Desert Punk a ten million yen reward and Desert Punk can't resist. He leaves, followed by his apprentice, Junko and Kaizuka, the old treasure hunter, towards the ruins of a city. There, a menacing ancient sentinel awaits them.
This fun little gem will make you think twice about your typical selfless protagonist.
I did not like this series only because I couldn't stand the main character. Desert punk started off alright, I was interested up until Desert Punk just kept on becoming so unlikable that it was just annoying to me. Now the setting and the other character are semi-interesting. I will say the comedy does shine at points but not enough to save this anime in my eyes. The sound was pretty alright not anything special IMO but it set the mood of the show. The animation is nice it's just said that it was for this show. And the story was meh at best... OH THE GREATEST BOUNTY HUNTER EVER NOW SUDDENLY SUCKS! I didn't understand. If you were good at what you do how do you suddenly stop being good without some kind of trauma or catalyst. And there wasn't really one. First episode he screws up a job... "oh nooooo" he said sarcastically. I can see how he thrown of his game but he doesn't act like he is thrown off. Maybe I'm asking for character development from a show that is pretty much just a national lampoon apocalypse. But Desert Punk isn't even likable. He's just a "Punk" as it were. I generally don't like shows like this. Heaven's Lost Property is another example of a main character being nothing but a pervy two dimensional scum bag. Now in a show like Highschool DxD where the character is a perv and his primary motivation is just "BOOBS!" he still a well rounded character who cares about something more then just sex. Like his friends and doing whats right. This show doesn't have that. IMO it's annoying and there are better shows out there in this genre.
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