Has anyone else seen this? It is sweet and funny, and sometimes sad. It's very well made. I've been impressed enough to go through the first season in only two sittings.
they do some nice character development in those short seasons.
I found, and still find, the villain's daughter to be the most intriguing character after two seasons.
I agree the characters are interesting, and there are aspects of the world that intrigue me also. This is also where the short seasons affect my impression: I'm still intrigued because so much is still untold.
After some more thought, the "anachronisms" are probably mostly comedic fourth-wall breaking, of a sort. I did find them jarring in the first season, hoped they wouldn't repeat in the second—but they did. I feel it was unnecessary. Maybe it was a stylistic choice for the creators.