Deaimon: A Recipe for Happiness Review — B

Phew, a family anime with no incest (yet).

This is typically not my genre but I enjoyed Deaimon. It had enough to differentiate it from the rest of the genre and make it stand out. First, the characters— a little girl who is not completely helpless and sweet and who actually has a personality; a lead male who is a lovable goofball; and the rest of the family and staff each had their own unique things going on too. The other thing I appreciated was that there is a great deal of conflict— the little girl dealing with her birth family, and the main character’s love issues to name the main ones. The love issues I especially enjoyed since much of the story dealt with an ex-girlfriend— can barely think of the last time I’ve seen that in anime.

  • Storytelling – B – Good pacing!
  • Voice – B – Liked the candy parts.
  • Characters – B – Good development.
  • Attention Grab – B – Kept my interest.
  • Production – B – Looks fine.
  • Overall – B

RecommendationsBarakamon, Tamako Market, Dagashi Kashi

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