A boy goes around solving pubescent girls’ problems.
It certainly had its good points. I like most of the characters, and the problems they had were usually interesting. I liked how the boy got a girlfriend in the first arc so it wasn’t exactly a harem show. Mad scientist girl is best girl, obviously.
But, the show never managed to capture my excitement. I think much of the problem is it was very much a show which centered on telling rather than showing. Most of the show is spent in conversation. And there is not much subtlety to the conversation. The characters tend to directly say everything they want to communicate. It could have done with a bit less talking, and more actions and bodily cues. So much of the show is spent in not especially enlightening conversations, usually involving people talking about other people’s problems without them present.
Some really great ass-kicking and foot fetish scenes.
- Storytelling – C – Could have done a lot better.
- Voice – B – Feels like a number of other shows, but still interesting setup.
- Characters – B – A good cast.
- Attention Grab – C – Lost interest towards teh end.
- Production – B – Looks fine.
- Overall – B-
Recommendations – Oregairu, Monogatari
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