An idol fan wastes all her time and money on idols.
I did enjoy this, especially because the main character is not typically what you think of as an idol fan, being a woman. But she still very much follows the trope of being a total loser, I guess we will never get past that.
It ended though, and I was left thinking, “what was the point of all that?” Very little changed, nobody grew much. I’m not sure what to make of it all. Presumably whatever this is based on keeps going, but it didn’t convince me to read that.
I liked seeing the characters hang out together, especially when they fought about their favorite idols and their plans for the concerts and handshakes and whatnots. I was hoping the main fangirl and the idol she loves would grow a bit from knowing each other. But so far, not especially.
- Storytelling – C – Doesn’t seem to go anywhere.
- Voice – B – I like the idea of focusing on a female idol fan.
- Characters – C – The otaku are cool, the idols are lame.
- Attention Grab – C – I finished it. Wouldn’t particularly recommend.
- Production – C – It’s fine.
- Overall – C
Recommendations – AKB0048, Welcome to the NHK