On the lighter side of things.
“Frame-arms girls” are an actual thing — they’re Figma-type figurines that stand there wielding various plastic weaponry (usually, these weapons are as large, or larger, than the doll holding them).
But, it’s the Anime based on these figurines that I’m covering here.
This show stars “Gourai,” a Frame-arms girl capable of wielding almost any weapon she gets her hands on. She is delivered to the residence of a ditsy teenager named Ao — her father is a higher-up in the company that manufactures these figurines like Gourai. She unboxes Gourai, somehow activates the girl, and from there a whole lot of interesting stuff happens. While the girls are sometimes hard for Ao to handle, in the end she doesn’t care because their virtual battles are making her money.
For those who like slice-of-life Anime, this show has a lot of that. For those who like magical-girl Anime, this show technically has a lot of that as well. It’s a fairly good time all-round, regardless.