Other than that it was ok. And the anime still has a few words about that aforementioned deeper level. I wish I were immortal. Boy that was hard to explain! Some anime captivates its audience with deep, twisting plots that have you drooling for more. Truth be told, I'm already having a tough time putting my thoughts into words for this very reason.
Boys would confess their love to Akane, but she turned them down since they only viewed her in a superficial sense. She is quite sweet as well. As such, I had a really hard time finding many positives to say since not only was the plot not that stellar to begin with, it actually got worse because it was adapted into something with a limited time frame. Guri practically morphs into a minimalist, avant-garde piece when she loses all details save for her ahoge and maybe some duck-like lips depending on the joke at hand. In part one, Seiji saves her to let her know that he is the same brother he has always been despite the gaggle of girls who surround him. Guri practically morphs into a minimalist, avant-garde piece when she loses all details save for her ahoge and maybe some duck-like lips depending on the joke at hand. Mari, the student somewhat secretly in love with her teacher, shows a different kind of love.
Not wanting to tread down too much stagnation, it then attempts to space out its comedy with a smattering of drama here and there. It's a comedy, and I get that; they are funny in their own way. When the mischievous angel Guri arrives in the average joe Seiji's life, she helps him finally being able to get together with the girl of his dreams—Akane—only for him to find out that she was actually a psychopathic yandere all along with madly possessive feelings of love for him. Personality Ameisha is a typical woman who is stubborn and overprotective of her daughter, which runs over the family. Due to the fact that the show attempts to squeeze so much in so little, any and all character development that the show tries to accomplish feels contrived and stiff. In fact, there are several dates and kisses shared across the harem as the anime progresses.
As a whole, I would say it's pretty unoriginal yet amusing at best. Not only that, but the comedy, for the most part, feels incredibly weak and trite despite the potential in the first two episode. If you want, take part in the discussion below! Falling into Harem category seems off but the twice scenario felt a little enjoyable. I hope not every relationship is like that, but it can and has happened. Overall 8 Story 7 Animation 9 Sound 8 Character 7 Enjoyment 8 Another excellent example of a great Harem RomCom, Renai Boukun leaves it's mark as one of the really good anime of its kind out there. The huge pigtails on her sides combined with the cheap looking animation make her look like an eyesore every time she came on-screen.
Due to it being a harem and comedy anime, there are many people will get turned off due to that fact that they either dislike the overused idea of several girls dating one guy or just don't enjoy the comedy the show has to offer. Can't talk to your school crush? Here everything is overly exaggerated and approached in a humorous and, i have to say, kind of unique way: it's nothing new, but some of the directions of the story are pretty unexpected in their exaggeration Characters 6. Characters such as Guri, Akane, and Shikimi stands out by their designs while others such as Seiji and Aqua looks too normal. Akane scares him despite the crush he has on her. Quick jokes, a host of in a positive sense silly artistic choices, and a couple of notable music tracks argue in its favor even if the rest of its offerings do not invoke a ton of specialness. But her being annoying in person is not the main problem, but rather that she takes the role of the villain in the story and starts interfering with the main characters consistently for her own strange reasons, which results in the anime as a whole becoming significantly more serious as there's now an enemy they have to fight.
I automatically list groups who post their releases on Tokyo-Tosho. We try hard to keep the spam filter clean of legitimate content, but it catches a lot of posts. She was always a lot of fun to have on screen, indeed. Shikimi and the other characters fit their designated roles to a T Looking at the relationships within the harem, they have a level of interaction that brings out more comedy from them than otherwise possible. Eventually Akane and Seiji come together but not before Guri decides that she likes Seiji as well.
There is no downtime between any of these events and thus it can feel really awkward and jarring while watching the show since the pacing for this show is strangely inconsistent, but is normally pumped up to eleven at all times. However, she is the kind of person who doesn't seem to care who hurts her feelings for she intends to move on and live up her life. Almost every character had me laughing on more than one occasion. The story is fairly harem-type, but it is still quite enjoyable. On a regular basis, the anime reduces their integrity to strong effect. And then uh… some deep shit about love.
We'll see if it continues to deliver as its story develops. She got into Hell by imagining Seiji with another wife and children, which caused her to die of shock. It doesn't take itself to serious even in its more serious moments , and neither should you. It did go downhill to a certain extent. One of the best Harem RomComs out there! Like Akane, they improve for the better, too. Smashing together about forty or so chapters of the original manga into a twelve-episode anime, the story for Renai Boukun follows the story of a hyperactive fujoshi, a shrill, incestuous stalker, a kukuri wielding yandere, and the main protagonist, as they come across various, loosely love-based scenarios that culminate into…something.