Nariyuki Yuiga needs a special scholarship, but he has to tutor three genius girls to get it! One is a literature virtuoso, but her skills in science are lacking. Another excels in math, but the arts are in her heart. The last one’s athletic prowess is unmatched, but she struggles with everything else. With university application deadlines on the way, can Nariyuki teach the unteachable in time?
Simply put, one of the better romcoms due to its clever little buildups and the colorful cast. A lot of the skits are the cast misinterpreting words or situations but it's done in a way that it doesn't get old. The art style is still extremely clean and the show is just very consistent which is probably one of the shows' strongest elements. Even though I'm normally not a fan of the Power Ranger syndrome (where characters are given color to make them memorable due to just having no personality), I didn't mind it too much with this cast since the characters have a fair bit of personality and don't rely on the hair colors to stand out. Although there are moments where I felt the show was pushing into a certain direction, every character does get their moment to shine. It's not the greatest show but it's effective, consistent and clean.
I should give 0/10 for this ending, but other things were not that bad.It's wortt watching, just anime is kinda original, so if you wanna to continue, then you should read the whole manga, not from 70th chapterThat's all what i'm gonna say.
Muy parecida al anime de las quintillizas pero con menos chispa. La serie tiene tiene mucho topico, momentos predecibles y escenas algo infantiles. Me gustaron los personajes pero no es una comedia-romantica que hayamos visto ya. La serie se me quedó plana y sin riesgos pero es verdad que me entretuvo y me lo pase bien viendola. En fin, lo mismo que con las quintillizas, espero dar un mejor analisis con una segunda temporada que cierre y arriesge con un gran final.
There is no discussion yet for this series.
There are no custom lists yet for this series.