Desert Punk is about the demon of the Great Kanto Desert, the Desert punk. Although he is known as the Desert Punk, his name is Kanta Mizuno. Kanta is what the desert calls a 'collector' or a mercenary, if you will. He is a master of deception and combat, although only has about half a normal person's sanity. Junko, another mercenary, is a large breasted master of seduction and can usually get what she wants. Kanta was out on a job one day when he came across Junko in the desert behind a rock. She said she was a prisoner of the man Kanta was after, but Kanta hardly listened to that and was obsessed over the busty beauty. Junko soon betrays Kanta and takes his job money. Junko and Kanta cross paths quite frequently, after that, although Kanta always gets scammed by Junko no matter what she offers.
The other characters that come in are people like Rain Spider, a top notch collector who becomes Kanta's rival, The Machine Gun Brothers, Kanta's childhood friends and acquainted mercenaries, the West, North, South and East Oasis governments and other odds and ends characters. With so many characters you'd suspect the plot to be in proper order, and it is. The plot is hard to spot in the moment but it is quite obvious later on in the series. The main themes that I could spot out quite quickly were guns, lots of them, and fanservice. I'm sure that Kanta uses atleast 100 different words for boobs throughout the duration of the series, and the busty girls overwhelm the mind. The progression helps to explain the essence of the themes and the introduction to the many character that this anime holds in store. The missions and jobs that Kanta takes on lead to the discovery of an apprentice that stalks him until he trains her.
The series leads everyone on to believe that the Great Kanto Desert is a scary place were no normal person can survive. Although put in a hilarious manner, the narrator guy bugged me a little. Although it doesn't have many weak points, Desert Punk was definitely good but certainly not good enough to get a four.
Final Grade: 3.0/5.0
Good to watch. I couldn't relate much though. Slightly recommended.