Hataage! Kemono Michi Review — B+

A pro wrestler becomes a hero and tries to open a pet shop.

It had the same energy level and sheer idiocy levels of KonoSuba. Probably more in the stupidity department, honestly. Carmilla… oh my, it’s hard to believe anyone could be so dumb. Although all the characters are idiots in their own way.

It was a lot of fun to watch! But, it did feel a bit more disjointed than KonoSuba, and probably could have benefited from somewhat of a straight man character a la Kazuma. Never thought I’d find myself saying that, but here we are. And some of the “humor” could honestly be a bit much. Mainly with the princess, and also with that wolf guy who they repeatedly sexually assaulted…

  • Storytelling – B – It was funny! But issues mentioned above.
  • Voice – A – Love the setup and levels of craziness.
  • Characters – A – Wild.
  • Attention Grab – A – Never lost my interest.
  • Production – B – Looks pretty good, great voice acting.
  • Overall – B+

RecommendationsKonoSuba, Tantei Opera Milky Holmes

1 thought on “Hataage! Kemono Michi Review — B+

  1. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal fourteen year old boy named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan one day he goes to a library or bookstore where he finds a magical book the book has multiple genres of fiction rolled into it he is magically transported into the book it contains a world called Elysium where he joins a guild of male and female adventurers and monster hunters plus warriors and magicians to fight off evil as the story of dragons fury or rage takes place.

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