This show was beautiful. It was highly addicting, and you loved the characters. The only problem I would say with the story was that it was somewhat predicable. Having seeing so many episodes you could geuss what was going to happen next. The show had great music and sound. The Jappanese voices fit very well with the characters. The animation to this I think was better than in the ova. In this Shuichi is much cuter than in the ova. It did a great job of expressing Shuichi's feelings. It had a great romance that just made you love it, and want everyone to be happy. Overall I loved this show, and think that it should be given a watch.
YAOI! Thats all I need to say :P
I love YAOI and this provides everything I was looking for. It was so cute! I remember seeing this anime during one of my very first Cons and I continued to watch it all the way through. It was so good!
This anime falls flat on romance. I'm 4 episodes in and there is no development between the main character and the love intrest, not even a hint. Theres only two other problems i have with it. One the main character feels over the top and fills in comedy releaf when there is no need for it. And two, theres hardly any interaction with the couple and at one point the main character acts as if he knows all these facts about his love interest but no where in the anime did they show that interaction between the two.
Over all the anime falls flat and I had to drop it.
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.