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Otherwise-Six’s Blunt Summer 2011 Reviews

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I was instructed by our fearless leader Aaron to move all of my reviews into one post space because with the number of shows I’m watching this season I was effectively spamming the crap out of the main page. So here is the entire list of shows I’m watching this season with my ratings. I’m trying to work on being concise with my words so (aside from the first 2 which I see no point in shortening at the moment because they’re already done) the following reviews are going to be a short and to the point as I can make them. For now, only the ratings, but I’ll defiantly add in a small bit of info to back up my views in due time, so keep checking back if your interested. This is a work in progress for now due to my limited amount of free time.

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Baka to Test to Shukanjuu Ni

There's one optimal way to end a beach episode. And this is it.

  • Running Score: 4/5 – This show (as well as its predecessor) has NEVER failed to give me a good laugh.
  • Main Plot: An anime about a school where students solve their problems through battles with their grade powered avatars which they can summon only in teacher approved area of battle. The only person in the school who is exempt from this rule is the student with the lowest grades, and our main protagonist Akira Yoshii, who can not only summon his avatar whenever and wherever  he pleases, but unlike the other avatars his can affect and interact with the physical world. Unfortunately, Yoshii also feels any pain that his avatar does, and the teachers love to use his special avatar to help them do menial tasks around school.The classes rank from A to F, with the former getting a luxurious classroom and the latter obtaining only minimal provisions in a run-down, decrepit class. Students with higher grades initially get placed into better classrooms and have more powerful avatars, but classes are able to challenge one another with their rooms on the line. The battle for comfort and suitable study conditions has begun! Which class will come out on top!? (Source: Me)
  • Music: 7/10

The opening was fine, very upbeat and peppy, pretty much perfect for the show. The background music was good; I didn’t overly notice it but it added a lot to the scenes in terms of comedy and the whole laid back beach theme. And the ending music (which I expect to change for episode 2 onwards) was a beautiful melody that conveyed a “summer-dreams-coming-true” feel, but turned out to just be a set-up for an end of episode punch-line.

  • Originality: 9/10  

This anime takes the fairly dated concept of a high school battle anime, keeps all the excitement of strategy and good battles which are practically small wars, and at the same time it flips it over and fills it with more hilarity than anyone would even expect from a straight up comedy. It may not be the most original thing in the world, but it certainly hasn’t come close to replicating anything that I can think of.

  • Animation: 9/10

I would really like to see a few more shows go the way that Baka to Test is going with its animation. The production qualities are fantastic throughout the show; you can even argue that on the numerous occasions where the entire show suddenly switches to an 2D overhead view or a 3D high-shot through the roof of a house where the animation seems to alter, that those alterations are purposeful and very well integrated with the rest of the show. At least that’s what I found to be the case. They put their budget into animating the normal scenes really well and filled in the unimportant scenes with unique angles and animation changes to keep the viewer interested throughout. Really a creative way to go about it.

  • Characters: 8/10

This is actually really worth noting that in this anime, it’s the guys and not the girls who are really unique. The girls are actually fairly typical; a tsundere, an overly kind girl, a sadist, a perverted older sister and an energetic girl all make an appearance in the first episode, and are all nothing too special. If I have anything to say about the girls it’s that Shouko does a good job at being a manipulative and obsessive sadist.

But more than that, the male line up has our MC Yoshii flaunting the intelligence level of a grade schooler, Yuuji as a calm and collected tactician but with much more personality than the typical variety, and Voyeur as a picture taking pervert with a nearly eternal nosebleed. The three of them are not original character types, but they work so well together that it brings tears to my eyes.

And lastly, there is Hideyoshi, a character so unique that it gets its own gender and is sure to make you question your own sexual orientation. Hideyoshi is a miniature internet phenomenon by now and in itself makes this show worth a watch.

  • Character Design: 9/10

This show does a good job at making its characters memorable without making them look ridiculous *cough* shounen anime *cough*. Each character is distinct and I feel that all of the designs suit the characters personalities really well also. If I can remember the characters faces then that’s definitely a good sign.

  • Entertainment Value: 10/10

I just finished telling myself that I was pretty liable to be so stingy with 10’s that I’d never give them out but after a lot of deliberation, I really can’t give the entertainment value of this anime anything less. I’ll say right now that I am a big fan of comedy and I love to laugh so that probably factored into this a little, but even as far as comedies go this show makes me laugh out loud at least once a minute (which is a bit of a feat because I’m usually a quiet person). I’m going to look forward to this show every week and prepare my stomach for the inevitable pain from laughing so much.
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Ikoku Meiro no Croisée

In Japan you must acquire their actions before you can acquire their tastes

  • Running Score: 4/5 – I like this show for ALL the wrong reasons.
  • Main Plot: The story takes place in the second half of the 19th century, as Japanese culture gains popularity in the West. A young Japanese girl, Yune, accompanies a French traveller, Oscar, on his journey back to France, and offers to help at the family’s ironwork shop in Paris. Oscar’s nephew and shop-owner Claude reluctantly accepts to take care of Yune, and we learn how those two, who have so little in common, get to understand each other and live together in the Paris of the 1800s. (source: MyAnimeList)
  • Music: 9/10

I’m really not much for the extremely laid back style of music that this show has, but any other choice of music would have been a folly. The music fits the show so well that you hardly ever notice it’s there consciously. It adds a lot to the entire feel of the show and really sets it apart from other anime (even among the few anime I’ve seen that were set outside of Japan). I was pleased with what I heard overall and couldn’t ask for much more.

  • Originality: 10/10

I’ll actually be really shocked if any other anime is even remotely close to this one. I mean seriously shocked. As a matter of fact, if you told me that there was an anime about a Japanse girl who worked for two French men who owned an iron smithing shop in France, I wouldn’t have believed you. At all. Even more than that, I never would have suspected that I would enjoy a show like that. But I have been proven wrong as this anime finds a way to pull off this one of a kind storyline in a way that even someone as jaded as I can enjoy.

  • Animation: 8/10

I don’t have a lot to say about the animation of this show really. It was impeccably done throughout, nothing really crazy happening. I will however bring up that the animation in the second episode gives way to traditional moe animation shifts whereas the first episode stuck with a single style throughout. It took me a bit by surprise but it was most certainly not unwelcomed.

  • Characters: 9/10

I’ll have to see how this changes as more characters are introduced but the three that we’ve seen so far are very realistic and well fleshed-out. I’m happy to say that I found every character to behave very normally for the positions they’ve been placed in and I’m hoping to see a lot more character development throughout the show. Though I doubt I need to worry, I have high hopes for these characters.

  • Character Design: 8/10

You can tell that a lot of time and effort went into not only the main characters, but the background characters as well which all looked and acted very much as one would expect from 19th century French people. In fact, the background women characters probably had more time and effort go into their outfits than either of the 2 protagonist males. To top it off, Yune is absolutely spectacular in every aspect. She looks especially Japanese when contrasted with her surroundings and her traditional garments from Edo era Japan are very well defined. All around believable looking characters which is a real bonus for an anime like this.

  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

I find this show incredibly entertaining, but I fear that I like it as much as I do for all the wrong reasons; namely the fact that Yune is adorable and it’s fun for me to watch her do absolutely anything. It really doesn’t matter what, just as long as she’s on screen I’m having a good time. So if you like moe things, give this a watch. Even if you’re not big of France.

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Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi

Oh, there's the main character over there! And over there. And over there...

  • Running Score: 4/5 – This show had me doubting it at first. It was oddly reminiscent of Kore wa Zombie des Ka? and it appeared to have a gigantic gaping plot hole after about 3 minutes of content. But by the end of thie first episode, Itsuka Tenma had managed to fill me in on all the direct questions I had and introduce a much broader set for me to mull over. I really love the way this story has been set up so far and will keep looking forward to it each week of Summer.
  • Main Plot: Taito has been really sleepy lately, and keeps dreaming of a female vampire who says she has given him her “poison.” Sometimes he even thinks he hears her voice when he’s awake. But after surviving an accident that should have killed him, Taito’s world changes drastically and he realizes that his dreams are more real than he thought.
  • Music: 8/10 
  • Originality: 9/10
     
  • Animation: 9/10
     
  • Characters: 8/10
  • Character Design: 9/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

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Kaitou Tenshi Twin Angel: Kyun Kyun Tokimeki Paradise!!

He's the first "villian" we see in the series. An illegal vegetable smuggler... Not even joking...

  • Running Score: 2/5  – An anime so utterly cliched that it actually comes across as hilarious. It seems more like a spoof of a magical girl anime than an actual magical girl anime, but I don’t think it’s supposed to be. Either way I found myself laughing at things I probably wasn’t supposed to laugh at, such as the storyline and characters, but that does say something for it’s entertainment value.

  • Main Plot: Haruka Minazuki and Aoi Kannazuki are two students at St. Cherine academy. Haruka is always filled with bubbly energy while Aoi is more mature and a top student in all her classes – but despite their differences the two are the best of friends. The two girls look like any other girls, attending the academy, but the truth is they are hiding a little secret, that they can’t let anybody know about…During the day they really are just students at St. Cherine academy, but they can also become the Twin Angel duo, and fight against the evils of the town!The lovely Angels are back, and it’s time for them to get ready for some action!(Source: NicoNico)
  • Music: 7/10
     
  • Originality: 4/10 
  • Animation: 6/10
     
  • Characters: 5/10
     
  • Character Design: 5/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 7/10

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Kamisama Dolls

Can you tell which character will have severe back problems in the not-so-distant future?

  • Running Score: 4/5 – An anime which is thoroughly entertaining right from the get go! It begins with some past action and then time skips to our MC in a bar! Drinking! And being social with his male friends! It was so relatable to a university student such a myself that I felt as though a wave of freshness had washed over this anime season. Then the moe loli came… and slowly began reverting our MC back into the typical kind of no-fun, no-life MC who is only concerned with the well-being of his female companions and never dares speak about his friends or his own desires again…  I still have hope though!
  • Main Plot: Kyouhei, after moving away to Tokyo from his old town to get away from the events that happened, is on a goukon with his friends, including his old neighbor, Shiba. After drinking for a whole night, he and Shiba discover a dead, bloody body in the elevator. He is told by his younger sister, Utao with her Kamisama Doll, that Aki, an old friend, and his Doll are the culprits responsible.
  • Music: 9/10

  • Originality: 9/10

  • Animation: 9/10

  • Characters: 7/10

  • Character Design: 8/10 
  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

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Kamisama no Memochou

Someone just told her that being a NEET detective is contradictory and goes against logic and common sense.

  • Running Score: 2/5 – The only thing I can really say so far is that this anime opened in a position of pre-story. That is to say that it isn’t one of the anime that begins in the middle of a story with personal relations set up with the MC yet. In the beginning, out MC has no connection to any of the other characters, and yet within a few hours he is willing to anything and everything that he’s told with no explanation as to why he should go through all the trouble. If it starts explaining itself better, it can have it’s higher score back.

  • Main Plot: Narumi Fujishima is a plain high school boy, who has been isolated in the class. His classmate, Ayaka Shinozaki, invites Narumi to the gardening club and introduces a hikikomori detective named Alice to him.Alice hires Narumi as an assistant to solve mysterious cases involving an illegal drug “Angel Fix”. But the drug entraps Ayaka into danger.
  • Music: 7/10
     
  • Originality: 7/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10
  • Characters: 6/10 
  • Character Design: 8/10
  • Entertainment Value: 6/10

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Mawaru Penguindrum

Penguins are the stealthiest creatures known to man.

  • Running Score: 4/5 – If you’re planning on watching ANY anime this season, watch this show. It’s almost a perfect unison of comedy, intrigue and emotions. I’ve jumped out of my chair more than once while watching thus far. The first episode could not do a better job of pulling the viewer into it’s world if it tried and I am immediately what you could consider a fan boy.

  • Main Plot: Three siblings, twins Kanba and Shouma, and the in-and-out-of-the-hospital Himari who’s in poor health, live together at the Takakura home. One day, when the siblings are out on a trip to the aquarium, Himari collapses. The doctors state that nothing can be done for her anymore, but then, a miracle occurs…(Source: penguindrum.livejournal.com)
  • Music: 9/10
     
  • Originality: 10/10
     
  • Animation: 9/10
     
  • Characters: 8/10 
  • Character Design: 8/10 
  • Entertainment Value: 9/10

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Mayo Chiki

This is actually one of the least homosexual things I've ever seen.

  • Running Score: 4/5 – I have a complaint. I’m fine with traps, or reverse-traps, or cross-dressing or whatever. I’m still fine with it if you use it as a major plot point. I’m not fine with it if it is COMPLETELY INEFFECTIVE. I honestly don’t know how anyone is supposed to believe that the main heroine is a guy. You could dress her up in that butler uniform and give her a full moustache and beard and she would still look like a girl! But all of that aside, Mayo Chiki is seeming like a fairly original take on an incredibly over-used harem oriented anime theme. And it does an excellent job at what all harem’s strive for in it’s non-ecchi time, making the viewers laugh! Through my complaints, I still highly recommend this anime.
  • Main Plot: Konoe Subaru, 17, has been serving as the butler of Suzutsuki Kanade in school, a classmate of Sakamachi Kinjirou. Due to an accident, Sakamachi discovers Subaru’s secret… that he’s actually a girl!? Apparently she will be removed from her position if anyone at school finds out. What will unfold from this chain of events?(Source: adapted from MangaUpdates)
  • Music: 8/10 
  • Originality: 7/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10 
  • Characters: 9/10

  • Character Design: 6/10

  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

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Morita-san wa Mukuchi

"Eyes are the windows to the soul". Conclusion: Morita has no soul.

  • Running Score: 3/5 – Short, sweet and to the point. Much like what I’m striving for in my reviews, Morita-san delivers a lot of entertainment in a small package. It’s a really original concept and it’s done right. I had a few good laughs in only 5 minutes.
  • Main Plot: Morita Mayu, a high school girl. She is extremely reticent and her silence and habit of looking at people’s eyes straightly sometimes cause misunderstanding. The reason behind it is not because she doesn’t like to talk nor because she has nothing to say. The reason she rarely speaks is due to the fact she thinks too much before speaking, thus losing the timing to speak altogether. But she lives a happy school life with her classmates.
  • Music: 6/10
     
  • Originality: 9/10

  • Animation: 7/10
     
  • Characters: 8/10
  • Character Design: 8/10 
  • Entertainment Value: 7/10

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Natsume Yuujinchou San

Surprisingly, the main character is completely uninjured from this...

  • Running Score: 3/5 – It’s a very unique anime when compared to a lot of the other stuff that’s airing, but it’s also a continuation of a series that’s original in i’s own right so that doesn’t give it a lot of points for me. What did intrigue me about it is that I’ve never seen the previous seasons before. So everything that’s going on now has it’s own mysterious air to it, whether it should or not. So, seeing as it’s able to stand on it’s own despite being a continuation is impressive in it’s own rite.

  • Main Plot: Natsume’s just an ordinary kid, except he can see spirits, just like his grandma Reiko could. Reiko, though, used to bully the spirits, and bound them to her will in the “Book of Friends”. Now that Natsume has inherited this book, a never-ending stream of spirits is coming after him. With the help of a spirit “cat” (who really just wants Natsume to die so he can have the book), Natsume spends his days dissolving the contracts that bind the spirits and trying not to get killed. (Source: SiH)
  • Music: 6/10
     
  • Originality: 9/10
     
  • Animation: 7/10
     
  • Characters: 6/10
     
  • Character Design: 6/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 7/10

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No. 6

Two males lying in bed holding hands. Yaoi? Nope. No traces of that in No. 6!

  • Running Score: 3/5 – This show probably should be a bit higher, but unfortunately even almost non-existent yaoi vibes seem to be able to take away all seriousness from anime to me. This show has said under-under-lying yaoi vibes (which Marc loves to bring to my attention). I’m hoping that changes with time.
  • Main Plot: The story takes place in the ideal city “NO.6” in 2013. Shion was judged as having “highest-ranked intelligence” when he was two years old and was allowed to live in the luxurious area “Cronos”.On his twelfth birthday, he met a beautiful boy called “Nezumi,” who had escaped from a reformatory. Shion protected him, but the Public Security Bureau deprived Shion of all his privileges and expelled him from Cronos to “Lost Town”.Four years after the banishment, a mysterious accident leads Shion to the secret of the city NO.6.
  • Music: 8/10
     
  • Originality: 6/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10

  • Characters: 7/10
     
  • Character Design: 6/10

  • Entertainment Value: 7/10

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Nurarihyon no Mago: Sennen Makyou

A shounen show that follows the guiding principle set down by Dragon Ball Z. More Hair = More Power!

  • Running Score: 3/5 – I’m normally not into Shounen anime, let alone those that star little boys… but this one actually had me interested near the end. I’m not gonna give too much away about the show but there are 2 different time skips in the first episode alone and a story that actually makes me want to see what’s to come for their future. A solid start.

  • Main Plot: At first glance, Nura Rikuo seems like nothing more than a normal middle-schooler. In actual fact, he is grandson of Nurarihyon, master of a youkai clan. Having only recently resolved the hostilities between the Nura Clan and the Shikoku Yokai, Rikuo finds no rest as an ancient enemy of the Nura Clan, Haguromo-Gitsune, resurfaces. After 400 years of inactivity, Haguromo-Gitsune suddenly sweeps through Kyoto with overwhelming power.
  • Music: 6/10

  • Originality: 9/10

  • Animation: 7/10

  • Characters: 7/10

  • Character Design: 7/10

  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

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R-15

Writing hasn't been this serious since Death Note.

  • Running Score3/5 – The story and characters so far are unique and yet a bit cliched at the same time. If this anime continues to flesh out the characters a bit more and doesn’t follow the path that I think it will story wise then it could be really good, but again, time reveals all things.

  • Main Plot: Akutagawa Takuto is a teenage porn novel writer. He enters Hirameki Gakuen, which accepts only geniuses with outstanding talent. He leads his classmates with his porn skills to win the interclass competition. (Source: MyAnimeList)
  • Music: 6/10
     
  • Originality: 8/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10
     
  • Characters: 8/10
     
  • Character Design: 7/10

  • Entertainment Value: 7/10


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Ro-Kyu-Bu!

A show about loli basketball players starts off with every character in maid outfits... I already don't get this show...

  • Running Score2/5 – It seems like every season we get a new sports anime now, and the creators seem intent on just filling it up with moe lolis to get people to watch them. This time it’s Basketball. Watch it if you like basketball I guess. It’s also a decent show if you like moe lolis.
  • Main Plot: Hasegawa Subaru enters a basketball club of Nanashiba High School, but the activity of the club gets suspended because the club leader falls in love with an 11 year old daughter of the coaching teacher. Subaru’s aunt asks him to coach a basketball club of elementary school girls. At first, he is reluctant to teach small girls, but he devotes himself to the club as he knows the complex circumstances of them. (Source: MyAnimeList)
  • Music: 6/10

  • Originality: 5/10 
  • Animation: 7/10
     
  • Characters: 6/10
     
  • Character Design: 7/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 6/10


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Sacred Seven

She says in response to her butler offering her a parachute as she leaps from an airborne plane... *facepalm*

  • Running Score3/5 – A show that tries to take itself seriously, but should probably stop trying… It has a fairly incomprehensible story line but if you view it like a comedy (as I do most shows) then it’s actually a lot of fun to watch.

  • Main Plot: Alma Tandoji lives a lonely life. One day, Ruri Alba, a girl accompanied by her butler and maids, visits him. Knowing the power of Sacred Seven is latent within Alma, she asks him to lend her his powers. However, he refuses and drives her away since he injured many with his unusual strength in the past.Meanwhile, a fiendish Dark Stone creature suddenly appears in this peaceful town in the Kanto region. Only Alma’s power of Sacred Seven can fight against it. But Alma just lets his power run amuck and things begin to get worse. Ruri raised her gemstone in order to release his true abilities, My Soul I give to you?With Ruri’s wishes engraved in it, will Alma be able to defeat the Dark Stone? (Source: MyAnimeList)
  • Music: 7/10
     
  • Originality: 7/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10
     
  • Characters: 7/10
     
  • Character Design: 7/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 7/10


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The iDOLM@STER

This many girls to choose from... and I'm still not sure I like any of them...

  • Running Score: 3/5 – An amine that didn’t seem to have much promise to me personally as I’ve never played the games, but had a surprisingly good start. Unfortunately it didn’t continue on the unique path that it initially carved out but it still has a lot of potential. We shall see where it goes.

  • Main Plot: Based on the XBOX 360 game The iDOLM@STER 2, The iDOLM@STER follows 13 aspiring idols aiming to reach their goals. (Source: MyAnimeList)
  • Music: 9/10

  • Originality: 8/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10 
  • Characters: 7/10
     
  • Character Design: 7/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 6/10


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Usagi Drop

"No YOU'RE face looks weird!"

  • Running Score: 4/5 – Probably the most goddamn heart-warming anime I’ve ever watched. It does a good job at conveying emotions and building up character relationships quickly and every episode leaves you with a warm fuzzy feeling inside! Recommended for people who like calm, mellow, realistic stories. And consequently, I did lol at many parts, accurate once again Kuroneko.
  • Main Plot: Going home for his grandfather’s funeral, thirty-year-old bachelor Daikichi is floored to discover that the old man had an illegitimate child with a younger lover! The rest of his family is equally shocked and embarrassed by this surprise development, and not one of them wants anything to do with the silent little girl, Rin. In a fit of angry spontaneity, Daikichi decides to take her in himself! But will living with this overgrown teenager of man help Rin come out of her shell? And hang on, won’t this turn of events spell doom for Daikichi’s love life?! (Source: MyAnimeList)
  • Music: 7/10
     
  • Originality: 7/10
     
  • Animation: 9/10

  • Characters: 9/10

  • Character Design: 8/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 9/10


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Uta no☆Prince-sama♪ Maji Love 1000%

Likely the greatest boy band I've ever seen! It probably helps that I'm safe in the knowledge that they don't actually exist. Not that it'll matter to the screaming fujoshi...

  • Running Score4/5 – This is one of those animes that I’m actually sad I like so much. Mainly because I’m aguy and this is a male harem anime… But I swear it’s actually really good! Though I can probably attribute a lot of my affection for this show to the music… I’m a fan of pretty much any and all kind of music and this show is full of some really good stuff!
  • Main Plot: With dreams of becoming a composer and someday writing a song for her favorite idol, Haruka enters the Saotome Academy, a prestigious performing arts school. If successful there, she’ll be able to join the Shining Agency after graduation. However, it won’t be so easy when Haruka is already surrounded by potential idols and composers. On top of that, her homeroom teacher is a current idol, the headmaster was a record-breaking singer, and the academy itself is a chaotic place where anything can happen. Which prince of song will be paired up with Haruka?! Uta no Prince Sama is an exciting, coming-of-age romantic comedy that will be like sweet music to your eyes and ears! (Source: NicoNico)
  • Music: 10/10 
  • Originality: 8/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10
     
  • Characters: 7/10
     
  • Character Design: 7/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

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Yuru Yuri

This was the point in the show where they just wanted to make absolutely certain that the viewers felt the yuri vibes.

  • Running Score4/5 – There’s definitely not much to be said for the story (if you can even call what this is a story) and it blatantly takes advantage of moe characters in yuri situations, but it’s a very amusing show all the same. Certainly worth a watch if you’re a fan of K-On, A-Channel, Lucky Star, etc.

  • Main Plot: Four fun-loving schoolgirls take over the former room of a tea ceremony club for their own “Gorakubu” (amusement club).
  • Music: 6/10 
  • Originality: 7/10
     
  • Animation: 8/10
     
  • Characters: 9/10
     
  • Character Design: 7/10
     
  • Entertainment Value: 8/10

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2 responses to “Otherwise-Six’s Blunt Summer 2011 Reviews

  1. Rific July 23, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    Your love for anime astounds me.

    • Alex (Otherwise-Six) July 26, 2011 at 12:49 pm

      Why thank you kind sir. It astounds me some days as well!

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