When a strange girl named Guri comes knocking at Seiji Aino’s door, he quickly finds himself thrust into a world of romantic troubles. Claiming that she will die if he doesn’t kiss someone within 24 hours, Guri’s pleas of desperation are misunderstood as pleas for love, leading Seiji to kiss the cute stranger that came barging into his house. In actuality, it turns out that this cosplaying cupid is the wielder of a Kiss Note, in which any pairing of names she writes will kiss and become a couple. Guri explains that she misspelt and accidentally wrote Seiji’s name while indulging in her yaoi fantasies, but because she had yet to pair him with anyone, their kiss was meaningless. Even worse, Guri reveals that if Seiji is not coupled with anyone soon, not only will she die, but Seiji will remain a virgin for eternity! Continue reading
I don’t feel guilty for liking this show even if there are incest undertones with this show, but Elf- sensei is the best girl to me. The characters are so cute, and the story resonates with a lot of otakus out there who has a dream in an anime related field. The story is quite similar to My Sister can’t be This Cute. But I hope it doesn’t follow the same trash ending of through.
So these are the main points of the story:
- Somewhat trope-filling and eccentric characters
- Cutesy moe-style heroines
- Frequent suggestive shots of various middle school girls
- An abundance of rom-com cliches and sexual gags.
I want you guys to go and read the manga if you don’t like the anime. If you love the manga, watch the anime for the songs. I made some edits to this post as there things I was not happy with.
The first thing I noted about going into this anime is how everyone apart from the main character, is a total jackass- With the few exceptions. Moreover, the main girl of the series, Fuuka, is a jackass too. Trying to create an anime centered on a romance for a girl, who was introduced to me as someone who hated everyone but herself is pointless. Why would they even think that I would care about the romance of the main characters when I despise one of them? I love them so much in the manga only to hate them here. Very annoying. Continue reading
This is a spin-off of Danmachi, focusing on the sword-princess, Ais and the Loki familia. We get to see a new side to Ais and see her motivation to be an adventure. Continue reading
I wasn’t expecting much from this series as I began watching it at the time of it’s airing. But not it has became a favorite of mine. Continue reading
Posts where I recommend to you my dear readers some anime.
Crunchyroll currently streams The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samao, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Minor Outlying Islands. The series is available in the original Japanese language with English subtitles. Sentai Filmworks also releases the series on DVD and Bluray in North America, and this home video release includes a bonus OAV episode that was originally released in December of 2014. Continue reading
This is an anime that have everything I ask for, it’s tense, it’s packed to the ceiling with intense moments, one after another, it’s a non-stop flow of everything, everything is just amazing the conversations are amazing, and the soundtrack is totally fucking awesome, the story is impactful, there’s constantly things happening, and you get everything explained as you go, the pacing is never weird and it just doesn’t break. Continue reading
One does not introduce Sakamoto. One does not simply require the induction of any mainstream preface to unveil such a magnificent being. He is the true master of swag. A student that does everything in a cool, cooler, and coolest way to help his friends solve their problem and come to as friends.
Bungou Stray Dogs is a weird anime. It has a good story, interesting characters, and amazing fight scenes, but it has a lot of references to Japanese authors that only the most widely read would know. It is nevertheless, enjoyable.It’s such a cool anime, but there are just a lot of weird things done to itThe anime relied on so many comedy gags that it became insulting after seeing the story’s potential. If I can sum up this anime, though, I’d say that it’s bipolar. The normal moments are meant to be a bit tiresome, and it’s on purpose, while the show will suddenly shock you on the other end of the spectrum.
flying Witch is possibly the best iyashiki (healing) anime ever made. If you love Aria and Non Non Biyori. , then this is a must-see series. Flying Witch stands out because it has fantasy elements, yet it doesn’t heavily rely on it to drive the story. Every moment of every episode unfolds naturally and organically; there’s a very subtle but unmistakable message that humans (witches or otherwise) are truly inseparable from the earth, plants, the wind, and sky. There’s no overt conflict, no overly energetic comedy bits, and really no plot. I have no idea how an entire episode dedicated to the coming of spring, taking a few walks, and picking fresh wildflower buds for tempura can be utterly captivating, but that’s why Flying Witch is so magical.