Lucky Star Review — B+


Cute girls talk about random shit.

I started watching Lucky Star nine years ago. And I finished it today.

I enjoyed Lucky Star so much that I didn’t want to end. So I saved the last three episodes for later. That time was this week.

The last three episodes were as good as I remember the first 21 being. It’s really dumb which is what makes it so adorable. Konata’s laziness and otaku obsession, Kagami’s epic tsundere level, Tsukasa’s idiocy, Cousin Yui’s… existence. I still remember the first episode where they spend half the time arguing about a chocolate coronet. It was a great ride.


Now that I’ve finished Lucky Star, it feels like the end of an era. Next thing you know, I’ll finally watch Bokurano.

  • Storytelling – B – Definitely a unique approach.
  • Voice – A – Nothing quite like it.
  • Characters – A – Great characters.
  • Attention Grab – B – It kept my interest, but I know some people get bored by it.
  • Production – B – Superb voice acting, ok animation.
  • Overall – B+

Recommendations – Azumanga Daioh, Nichijou

10 thoughts on “Lucky Star Review — B+

  1. I miss Lucky Star. It doesn’t sound like the kind of show that would keep my attention. Yet, somehow, it did. It made me smile and feel relaxed.

    That chocolate cornet discussion’s stuck with me, too. Such a simple thing, yet… memorable. Just like the show as a whole.

  2. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a poor homeless runaway thirteen year old orphan named Adam lee he lives in a tent in Tokyo Japan he later takes a ton of part time jobs all around the city he later gets adopted by a elderly wise wizard named Merlin who came from a different world called Elysium he takes Adam as his adopted son he would live in Merlin’s mansion located in delta universe city the largest city in the magical world of Elysium.

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