For a guy in his thirties, Mutta sure is a young shonen protagonist. That scene of him envisioning his place on the wall of astronauts had a classic Jump feel to it. It's too bad Mutta is so stupid, though. While it may not have been the most sensible question for the interview, that last question seems like it was made for Mutta. He totally had an answer for it. A big moment in the first episode was about him discovering something important about himself. But of course he couldn't actually say that, and gives the stupidest answer imaginable. Oh well, there's no doubt that things will work out for him anyway. And he's still very likeable, as is most of the cast, really.
Avatar: Tomoya Okazaki from Clannad/Clannad After Story (courtesy of Jun Kuga/Fudce from The Fandom Post)