This is one that came up as similar to Ojojojo so I checked it out too. Ojojojo is a lot more of a heartwarming type comedy/gag manga where Houkago Play is…well some type of comedy but I personally got very few laughs out of it. I try to keep my feeling about something towards the end but there isn’t much to say about this one. I guess it was kind of popular among the otaku since the girlfriend has gotten several statues made. Continue readingby
The story of TokyoESP starts with Rinka, a poor high school girl who lives with her father. One day on her way home from school, she chases a flying penguin to the top of Tokyo Tower. Then a strange phenomenon occurs. She sees flying goldfish and one of them ends up going through her body, giving her supernatural powers. The power to slip through solid objects. Continue readingby
Love, Chunnibyou & Other Delusions! is a show that gets high marks from many people. It’s a romantic comedy with a heavy emphasis on the comedy side. If you know the quality that Kyoto Animation brings to the table then you know what you’re in for.
Season 1 brings us into the story where Yuuta who used to suffer from chunnibyou comes in contact with a girl who is going through it. Rikka is seen as an odd outcast that no one should be around but Yuuta ends up forming a contract with her. Yuuta’s new ordinary life is now going to be turned upside down by this event. While the families seem to be trying to pull them apart, Yuuta is committed to following through on his contract. This is only the beginning of Yuuta and Rikka’s adventures with an oddball cast of characters going along for the ride. Continue readingby
The show is about Yuuta, a first year college student. Yuuta has an older sister Yuri and they were orphaned as children. Yuri took it upon herself to raise him on her own at that point. Now years later, Yuri is married and Yuuta is asked to babysit her daughter Hina and two step daughters Sora and Miu while her and her husband go on a trip. The plane that Yuri and her husband are on crashes and they’re presumed dead. Now Yuuta has 3 young girls that he has to take care until one day, the same scene from his childhood occurs, where the older members of the family try to separate the girls but Yuuta fights to keep them together. What is Yuuta to do, now that he’s a college student and has his 3 nieces to take care of in his tiny apartment? Continue readingby