Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear

TV (12 eps)
2020
Fall 2020
3.926 out of 5 from 3,641 votes
Rank #1,219

Yuna's not your typical 15-year-old. First, she's crazy rich from playing the stock market. Second, she's a recluse obsessed with a VRMMO game, and she's really good at that too. Her life is pretty much perfect—until she wakes up one day inside the game she loves and back at level one. She has to start over, but this time, she has a powerful bear suit that's guaranteed to take her places!

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iforinsignificant
4.5

Ooo boy, this was a hard one to get through. Not because it was bad, it's just so bloody boring! There's no story, the characters might as well be cardboard cutouts; none of them had any personality whatsoever, there was no growth or development of any kind. The protagonist is so dull, the stupid outfit was the one thing she was defined by and that was it. None of the relationships feel even remotely real even though they could have done so much more with the premise. She just goes around amassing a harem of imoutos because of said bear suit and that's the gist of the entire freaking show right there. The plot had a lot of potential; among other things, they could have done a variety of things with the protagonist like have her lose the shitty bear suit or have it damaged or have her be depowered at the start but nope, girl in a bear suit that's so OP it's utterly boring. I was so bored most of the time, my eyes would roll back into my head and I had to watch it episode by episode over a couple of weeks. To top it all off, the animation is pretty lacklustre too. There's nothing to see, nothing to root for, no tension, no comedy, no drama, it's all so f*cking dull. Watching paint dry is more exciting than this. Character designs were boring too, the one highlight being a scantily clad guild master towards the end and, honestly, that's the most vivid memory I have from this chore of a watch. There's no point to the entire show. Nothing really changes except the fact that the OP bear-girl goes around being selfish in terms of wanting different types of food and ends up helping a variety of people in the process. As I said before, nothing here is bad but I have no idea why this is rated so highly. It completely fails as a healing anime too because there are things happening allegedly that move the 'story' in whatever direction a few millimetres. To see an iyashikei done right, watch Non Non Biyori or Yuru Camp but if you want to literally shut your brain off and want a bunch of inoffensive pictures move about on screen, knock yourself out with this one. You'll likely pass out from the boredom if nothing else. I realize I am being pretty harsh on this show and I'm also aware that there are shows much worse than this that are higher rated so I kind of feel bad but it's honestly how I felt while watching. I must point out that I didn't dislike any of the characters and was probably so angry at this because it had so much potential and I was very disappointed none of that potential was realized. If you're into bland power fantasy isekai shows, you can do a lot worse than this one and to be quite honest, the MC does make the world around her a better place gradually and doesn't go about it in a half-assed manner either, she comes up with clever and concrete ways to change things for the better so that's worth commending.

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