It's legitimately great. I went in expecting a show I'd need to force myself through an episode of, ended up enjoying it both ironically and unironically at the same time. It captures the humorous visual and tonal incongruity of abridged anime, tacks on a weird pseudo-intellectual theme revolving around vapid capitalist culture, while also framing the hero's struggles entirely within that culture; despite this, every character is likable, and by the end of the show you want to see what happens to them next. It's something that I can't even imagine getting made in the first place, yet here it is.
I really hope it does well enough for a second season, though I'm not even sure if it could be continued without being overly influenced by fans.