Angels behave like demons and demons behave like angels.
There, I just told you the only joke in Gabriel Dropout. That said, I did find it amusing. It’s repetitive but done in diverse enough ways that it remains interesting.
Especially Satania lol. Actually all the characters are pretty funny. The best part of Satania is how everybody else deals with her.
So, a funny light-hearted commentary, which doesn’t cover much new material, but is mildly amusing.
- Storytelling – C – Usually at least somewhat funny.
- Voice – C – Not the most original.
- Characters – B – Strongest point, they have good chemistry.
- Attention Grab – B – Kept my interest.
- Production – C – Looks ok.
- Overall – C+
Recommendations – Hataraku Maou-sama
1 thought on “Gabriel Dropout Review — C+”
i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a 37 year old teacher named Adam lee he lives on blue sky island which is east of japans mainland the island has only one thousand people who are all Japanese but this island has stricter laws than the mainland and the people have a different mindset than the mainland.