Originally Posted by leaded
I found this show to be entertaining, but it had so many different ideas thrown in the mix that the predicament of the two main characters didn't receive much attention, and as a result it felt more like a storytelling gimmick than the main point of the show. I think Lucifer hit the nail on the head in his review when talking about Birdy and Tsutomu's relationship lacking impact:
"A simple remedy would be to focus on the potential of the relationship and expanding it, but as I said before the plot pieces on so many factors they can’t fit into the 13 episodes"
Birdy the Mighty Decode Anime Review by Lucifer | Anime-Planet
I was interested to see what the writers would do with the situation between the two mains. Unfortunately at times it felt like the writers had forgotten about the main premise behind the show they were writing. The sequel suffered from the same lack of focus.
i liked it because it didn't' get infantile with the body switching. the novelty of suddenly having boobs would wear out pretty quick, and generally i find most anime who put a male character in that situation just go straight to 4yo potty joke humor level with it and don't stop.
I thought the MC's reaction to the situation was pretty much realistic and sympathetic.