When I first watched this It felt like It was pouintless except to see a couple adult orianted scenes but as I continued watching It became actually pretty good, the charcters are cute and the story is adorable. Im enjoying this series a lot. I dont recomend this show to anybody underage or offended by nudity, nudity IS NOT focus of this anime and is fact more inocent than sexual. Hope you enjoy this anime if you watch this.
The anime was great over all, the first 2 episodes have mature things so i suggest to skip them unless you're mature. There will be spoilers. So to start, the beginning episode really tries to pull in the viewer but not the way i get pulled in. O think it was creative to put a guy that is besically a slave to girls. The only other anime that I can think is like that is High School DxD. It also had it's funny moments like the running from all the women on the other planet. The sounds were very good and I heard things that i wanted to hear clearly and things i didn't want to hear actua;;y cut out of my head. Probably just how I function XD. The characters could have better backgrounds and detail but overall this was one of the better animes i liked for it being an eechie anime.
*this review covers both seasons of girls bravo*
girls bravo is one of the greatest animes i have ever had the pleasure of watching, if not THE greatest. i've only just finished rewatching it all the way through for the third time just yesterday, and it still makes me want to just start rewatching it again. it's such light hearted fun, with characters that i genuinely feel like are my best friends... except tomoka, she's annoying :D. it really feels like a childrens cartoon for adults, which is amazing, save for a few cringeworthy moments you only get in childrens cartoons.
now, there are some people that might argue that girls bravo is just another romantic comedy with aliens who very rarely go for even one episode without showing their boobs and/or butts, but if you look past that, it's got some amazing things going for it, it's got some really emotional episodes that even jerked the odd couple of tears from me, and i hardly ever cry at all. it's got some brilliant and very likeable characters with layers, so much so, that i actually found myself liking fukuyama, even though he's an annoying little pervert. it's got some really funny moments throughout, a lot of deep speeches and life lessons that still stick by me, and above all, it has a really good storyline.
so above all, girls bravo is a spectacular show that everyone should give a chance to, and just watch. and despite some annoying characters <coughs>tomoka, and some problems here and there, it's an absolute gem of a show, and one of my very few complaints about it is that it didn't get a third season. i mean...come on...we fucking need a third season
concentration is given to comedy and eechi content
not much of a plot
GIRLS BRAVO (2014 review)
Storyline: 7. Girls Bravo follows the life of Yukinari, a boy who's afraid of women - who wouldn't be? - and gets pockmarks all over his body when someone of the female kind touches him. One day, he forgets that his cute neighbour Kirie is coming over to have a bath because the one she has at home is out of order. When he enters the room and the fan-service kicks in, Yukinari stumbles in the bath and enters a world somewhere in the universe - close towards the earth since you can see our little blue planet in their sky - where only 10% of the population is male! Therefore, the few males on the planet are very popular with the female inhabitants. Enter Miharu, a girl who's not afraid to show what she has in store - literally - and accidentally follows Yukinari when he finds a way back to earth. From there on, Miharu has to adapt to the life on earth, with the expected surprises and mistakes arising from her ignorance. The story is a known recipe in the ecchi genre which can be seen as a mixture of Mayo Chiki (for the male protagonist being allergic to women) and Ah! My Goddess (for the female protagonist being from another world), with LOTS of fanservice (read: certain female body parts getting more attention than needed).
Plot and pace: 5. Girls Bravo turned out just the way I had expected. At a certain point in your life, you can already guess out of former experiences how an Anime series is going to end. That doesn't mean it's not disappointing when it ends the way you expected it to end, though. The series has everything the usual Harem/Ecchi Anime has: Girls with double D's who crave for a certain male's attention, loads of awkward moments where the male protagonist somehow undresses the girl(s) around him or sees something he's not allowed to see, parents that are away from home during the entire story and don't give a **** about their beloved son, romantic scenes that get interrupted at the most unwanted moments, a situation where the girl gets the chance to go home and eventually decides to stay on the earth, and lots of pantyshots. But most importantly: in the end you know that everything's going to remain the way it was at the beginning of the story. Don't expect any deep plot twists in this Anime, nor any episodes that follow each other in a logical order up to a big finale.
Cliffhangers: 4. Girls Bravo has few to offer when it comes to cliffhangers. Most of the episodes can be watched separately and in a different order, since none of them really add anything towards the story. It seems to me that this series was meant to be watched without thinking too much about what would/could happen, if the creators had actually tried.
Satisfying ending: 4. From my point of view, people that like ecchi/harem animes normally want to see some sort of romantic conclusion to satisfy their inner needs. That's mainly the reason I liked similar series like Mayo Chiki better than Ah! My Goddess. Girls Bravo offers a lot of fanservice, but most of the relationships between the main characters is left for the viewer's imagination to chew on.
Rewatchability: 5. Although the scores may seem contradictive, Girls Bravo was never an annoying watch. First of all because I like ecchi and harem anime. Secondly because it's a short series which offers a lot of variety. I'm not disappointed that I watched it at all, but I think that I wouldn't watch it again in the future. I don't even have the time to re-watch the real gems I've seen from many years back.
Characters: 5. You either love them, or hate them. The girls are mostly lovable characters with not too much background stories behind them, if any at all. But all of them are so stereotypical, just like everything else in the series. There's Miharu, the typical innocent and naive girl from another planet that doesn't know how to behave on planet earth and gets in all kind of embarrassing situations because of that. Then there's Kirie, the typical cute neighbour girl who secretly has a crush on our male protagonist. Then there's Yukinari, a guy that can be compared with Mayo Chiki's Kinjirou - for his strange allergic reaction towards women - except for the fact that he lacks the subtility and manners. Another notable character is Kazuharu, and oh man, do I hate this guy. If you had thought that hey'd have already given the viewers enough fanservice, you were wrong. This guy really takes the cake. All he ever does during is screentime is assaulting women and being an annoying brat. He even made it to my infamous hated characters list on Anime-Planet, and you'd really have to make my blood boil to get on that list.
Conversations: 6. The conversations are clear and never go deep. Sometimes they're just ridiculous, mostly when there's some sort of misunderstanding between what Yukinari means and the girls think he means. Nonetheless, most of the time their conversations have no depth at all.
Art Style: 7. You should expect good animation when you want to deliver the amount of fanservice that Girls Bravo does. And I have to admit they did a pretty good job here. The drawing style is modern and the characters look lively and appealing.
Music and sounds: 5. The voice actors are decent, but nothing above-average. They fit their characters well most of the time. I already forgot about the opening and ending theme of the series, so they probably weren't that good. The background music gets recycled a lot, but never really to the point where it gets annoying.
Personal Enjoyment: 5. I had a pleasant watch, meaning I never had to force myself to watch this series. But the fact that I don't remember most of it after merely two months proves that Girls Bravo was certainly nothing memorable. My ending conclusion would be that Girls Bravo can be worth watching, if you're into this kind of stuff. But I've seen WAY better Animes of the same genre that deserve more attention than this one. The series lacks too much unicity and development to get out of the grey mediocre zone.