Lesson Learned don't judge the anime through 1st impressions.
The concept is kinda goofy and at first glance the characters are so-so but give this a chance and I'm sure you won't regret it.
While it's true that the plot is nothing special as it's about a boy who becomes a maid I was drawn to how heartwarming the story went, even though there's not much plot. each episode will give a smile on your face maybe because of the less conflicts or how good are the chemistry the characters has. or how they execute the message that they are trying to tell because even though it has a funny... See full review
I do think that this show did live up to it's expectations of having a cute and innocent relationship or 12 year old kids. and for me i think the fact that they're 12 and in elementary is their selling point because i think it would have been boring if the characters are in high school, it would appear as a generic shoujo anime.
Like is said, I do think that this should lived up to it's expectations of having a cute and innocent relationships as the series circles around the two girls Hanabi and Yui adapt from the fact that they are now in a relationship.
this goes on going dates... See full review
While at first you may think this is just another slice of life anime, well for me compared to other slice of life anime's this is pretty unique as it breaks several cliche's that we see not just in slice of life anime but in all anime in general.
Here are some reasons.
-Both parents have active roles in this series compared to the typical where they are missing or died or at work. we see our characters interact with them in their daily lives.
- It's not High school-centric where most of the scenes are set in a school. no school clubs, school festival etc. we see our characters on how they... See full review
Kimi to boku for my part is a breath of fresh air and simply because of the fact that it's plot. most of the time we normally see a group of girls having fun doing girly stuff and talks about boys so seeing a group of guys have fun is something new to me, and something that it's not BL or sports related.
But of course no matter what we still can't deny the fact that it's cliche, bascially this the characters here are girls than boys I would have given this a more lower score so yes the fact that the main characters are guys makes this show unique.
And like many Slice of life anime's one of the... See full review
I agree with some here if they say that the staff listened to the fans. for a couple of episodes it was alright but it won't take that long before you realize the changes.
for me here are what I thought are the improvements of this season that the previous.
-Ai is actually taking part of the revenge which is usually done by his comrades. and she is also taking part of observing the Client.
- we got to know more about Ai and her comrades more, though not that much but enough for us to understand them and realize that they have emotions.
-Slowly but surely they broke out their formula... See full review