This anime was very funny and had its moments but there wasn't really a story...
You didn't have time to get to know the characters and there wasn't an understanding on how the young singer fell head over heels in love with the novelist. They did a poor job on helping us understand why the singer chose the novelist and exetra, although the character's personalities were pretty hilarious. I wouldn't take this story or their relationship seriously but just for my pure amusement. There wasn't really anything there that I saw. I didn't feel a connection with the characters or have any pure emotion really because I couldn;t get into something so detailess. There wasn't really a point and the story didn't really have anywhere to go. There was some dark parts but everything didn't really have a rythm.
If I was looking for a romance that touched my heart and made me DIE just to see the characters kiss, this isn't it.
I do however reccomend this anime to anyone just looking for a plain old laugh or some "heart touching" moments. Please pay attention to the ("") because they weren't fully heart touching but it can make you "Awww!" in some sort of way...
Maki Murakami's manga Gravitation introduced "boy's love", or male romance, to a whole generation of manga readers. The TV adaptation of Gravitation did the same thing for a generation of anime watchers when it originally debuted in 2000. The show toned down the explicitness of the original story a bit for TV, which had the effect of making the show that much more accessible for people who weren't already fans of the original.
Gravitation is and probably always will be one of my favourite anime.
The story is fantastic, and every episode leaves you hanging on for more, especially in the later episodes. Despite being a shonen-ai, there is not much explicit content in it. There are a couple of kissed and suggestive scenes, but nothing over the top, as it more focused on the dynamics of the relationship.
The characters are well built and stay in tune to who they are through the whole show.
The only reason for the 9.5 rather than a 10 is because I wasn't overly keen on the ending. It didn't feel unfinshed per say, but I felt it could have done with a little more. However I would gladly watch this show again and would recommend it to anybody.
The first BL anime I've watched from start to finish. The story was so frustrating at several points. Suichi + Yuki one day, and the next it's like a little puppy (Shuichi) crying for it's master to take it back in (Yuki). Oddly enough, I really enjoyed this anime and would recommend it to anyone who has never watched a BL anime. The animation was your average, but I felt if they went for another style that it simply wouldn't work. The music was beautiful and quite catchy even if it did get repetitve at times. The characters were all unique in their own right and I enjoyed them all very much. This is one of those anime that deserves a special place in anyones heart, and even though it's not perfect or the best anime, it certainly is one of the best and most enjoyable BL animes to watch.