I found it pretty amusing too. Reminded me of Student Councils Discretion in some weird way. Maybe just because Hazama is the straight guy and the girls of D-Frag are archetypes.D-Fragments!
Well, crap : I found this hilarious. It's got some impressive comedic timing indeed, and more than one joke. It helps that it's got characters with actual personalities, served by some great voice-acting. (In particular, Hana Kanazawa as Roka is a riot.) And it's just very funny. I have no clue whether it can sustain itself for three months, but I'm game for it.
I still like Dekomori better, but she wouldn't be half as much fun without her feud with Nibutani, 'tis true.Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren also brings in a new school year, which at least gives Dekomori an excuse for being in high school. There's a ridiculous new status quo that feels very forced (but at least they keep joking about it and spend the whole episode dealing with it), and as always Fake Mori Summer is the best character in the show. (Her "reverse chuunibyou" is hilarious indeed.) And again the "Lite" shorts are more entertaining than the actual series.
It's Last Exile with the number's filed off. Brother/Sister for Klaus/Lavie. The cutesey steampunk euro look and I bet there is a hint of inappropriate cross class romance. Also to the end of the world (or whatever) sounds "grand stream"-ish,Hmm. There's nothing particularly wrong with this : it does some good (if not particularly innovative) world-building, establishes the characters quite well, looks quite good overall...