Japanese: ラブライブ! School idol project
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2013 to Mar 31, 2013
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or olderL represents licensing company
Score: 7.631 (scored by 10410 users)
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Jun 17, 2013
At first I was really hesitant, even to the point where I removed it off my PTW list because I would feel embarrassed having watched something like this. Sure this anime might be targeted towards children rather than teens/adults, but it doesn't mean that teens/adults wouldn't enjoy this. This anime taught to me that hard work actually does pay off, that if you try your hardest, you will eventually arrive to your destination point.
There are a lot of things I liked about this anime, but the thing I liked most was probably the art. Yes, I'm a very picky person when it comes to art, and this anime reached my expectations when it came to the art. All the characters were nicely designed and all of the 9 girls are cute. In other words, the art was what some people call it, flawless.
The only thing I disliked about this anime was the fact that they were taking too long to prepare for the live shows and stuff like that. The producers should have shown the girls in action more (I don't literally mean in action, I meant that they should probably have shown more of their songs).
In terms of characters, all of them are easily likable, none of them are really that bland. There are 3 main characters in this anime, Honoka, who is seriously hyper and energetic, Umi who is very shy and was reluctant to become a school idol at first, and Kotori who is a very calm, and a little shy.
We have these 3 main characters make an school idol group in order to save the school from closing (because they aren't reaching the applicant quota). They name this school idol group 'Muse' (sorry I don't want to look all over the internet just for a greek character). Eventually they reach 9 members by around episode 6-9, forgot. That's basically it for the story since I don't want to spoil a lot.
The sound is the second thing I enjoyed a lot in this anime. The opening was just straight up amazing, I almost watched it every episode. I don't usually watch endings because they're usually dull and boring, but I really loved the ending song this time, I ended up watching it every episode. The insert songs were amazing too, I ended up downloading that 'Dash' song too (it was that good :>).
I could probably say that I felt embarrassed inside while watching the first few episodes due to this being my first idol anime, but eventually I got used to the feeling and I opened myself up to this anime. All in all I could say that I enjoyed this anime a lot for my first idol anime, and I would suggest this to anyone who is looking for an idol anime.
Thanks for reading :>
- Peten00b read more
Jun 26, 2013
There was a clear story, which was good. School is gonna get shut down if they don't get enough students, Honoka (main character) decides to become school idols to stop the school from closing. The story was simple, and I didn't have any problems with the pacing. Throughout the show, they include showing what the characters need to endure to become idols which include stamina, vocal, and dance training. I thought that this was a nice toutch to include and helped with character development quite well
I liked the overall art style, which fit the mood of this series, it was bright and colorful. But the one thing that I didn't like was the CG's. Luckily, they were only used during the insert songs and in the opening. They didn't use CG's for the whole song either, it switched between several times, sometimes, the CG wasn't too noticeable, which is why I didn't mind it too much. The animation looked smooth and was very well executed. No complaints about animation. I loved the choreography during the songs, sometimes, I had to rewatch one of the performances twice. Once to focus on the song, and another to look at the choreography.
Being an idol anime, I guess I kinda expected good music. I am glad to say that I was not disappointed. All of the songs were catchy, memorable and fit the situation very well. Even the background music stood out to me (in a good way). It always fit with the events that happened and set the tone of whats gonna happen. The opening song was amazing, I never skipped it, not a single time. The ending song was the same, never wanted to skip it.
Each character had a very different personality and were all likeable in their own way. There weren't any characters that I hated. I found that I could summarize the personalities of the characters in just a few words, which isn't necessarily bad. The characters had a very human like mindset in my opinion, which enhanced the drama scenes in the show.
I really liked this anime and am glad that I gave it a go. I have never fully watched an idol anime before this one. When I was watching, I was completely immersed in the show. I never felt bored or wanted to skip over a scene during the show. The music was amazing, I cannot stress that enough. If you haven't watched this, I highly recommend that you give it a shot. read more
Apr 25, 2013
It shows what hard work can really achieve. Especially with so much competition out there. It can really motivates you to be successful. With all that aside the show is very shallow and simple.
Cute girls dancing and singing to save their beloved school.
Story: Based around nine girls working to become idols and save their school. The initial story is okay, but nothing ever goes past that. The plot is weak and suffers from this, but what can you expect from a 13 episode series. The story can only be comparable when you take a slice-of-life. Each episode itself has it's own story. Don't expect much from it. I simply watched it for fun, nothing more or less.
Put aside potential flaws it gave a calming and easygoing atmosphere. This made the show feel comfortable. Like laying in your bed at night, nothing really changes, but it doesn't ever feel uncertain.
Sorry fans of this show but I'm going to give the story a 6.
Art: It wasn't bad at all. I didn't even know sunrise could make this high of quality. All aspects of the girls stage, and clothing were unique and changed often. This kept me waiting to see the next outfit.
Watching in HD i could tell some of the drawings during performances almost looked 3d. This wasn't necessarily a bad thing. At times it got weird to watch and i almost wished it would just stay 2d. It was more likely done because of budget. Much better than other shows *cough cough* .
Art is an 8.
Sound: I can't say much since i watched it in subbed and not many emotions were expressed through the characters. Other than that as far I could tell they fit the characters, nothing oddball my ears could hear.
Who could forget about the music. Most of the songs picked were very catchy and often found myself bobbing my head.
This deserves an 8.
Character: This is where the show failed to deliver on. For the first couple of episodes I didn't even know Kitori's mom was the principle. By this time almost the whole group had been already established.
when looking back at it most of the group was very 2 dimensional. Backgrounds never spoken, wondering even if some of the girls said a word after wanting to join Muse.
Although the ones that were shown some light had different personalities. All these differences make them very lovable. You could basically read all these characters, like the back of your hand.
This was very traumatizing to characters, and made it almost boring.
What could be more wrong? The fact that not once did they develop really in much of a way.
-The over dramatic sad scene at the end didn't prove anything.
Character, gets a 5.
Enjoyment: Like i said i really enjoyed this. Probably much more than I should have. Just the cuteness of everything kept me going. What does that say about me? I am a sucker for cute girls dancing in cute costumes. Hell Yeah!
A 7 for enjoyment.
Overall: Don't set goals high, at best don't set any. With that type of thinking you might like it.
Their are many shows of this variety, that said the originality is near zero. I don't recommend this if you look for deep plot inducing anime. I am forewarning you that their is not one guy in this. The rest is your choice at this point, is it worth watching or not? I would respond with yes. My hormones kept me going. I conclude my official first review with a 7. read more
Mar 13, 2013
Now onto the good things. Outside of the CG, the animation is generally pretty good. I know that Sunrise aren't the best studio when it comes to animation quality, but I haven't been able to see anything glaringly bad so far. The speaking animation isn't perfect, but given that it would take much more time to perfect something so fiddly, I'd say it's worth the compromise.
The main three girls don't stray particularly outside of some common archetypes. You have the lively and energetic MC Honoka, the shy girl Umi, and the kind, clever one Kotori. However, each of them has their own little quirks that make them different from other characters of the same archetype, and that's one of the things that I like the most about this show. More characters are introduced right off the bat in the third episode, each sporting their own unique traits. My personal favorite character is Nico, her wittiness and superiority complex make for quite the laugh for me.
The songs are really well done. Being an idol anime, the music obviously plays a key part in the entirety of the show. They're catchy and upbeat, the two things that they need to be.
Overall, I really enjoy Love Live. The story, while not spectacular, is good enough to keep me consistently entertained. The artwork is nice (bar the CG), the characters and their subsequent development are really well done and the music accompanying it all sounds great. If Sunrise had spend a little more time on the CG dancing, then this would have probably been a 9 or a 10 out of 10 from me.
I realise that shows like this are not for everyone, I was very skeptical at first with this being my first idol anime, and as someone who enjoyed it from minute one I recommend that if you haven't seen a show like this before, and you want to try it, Love Live! is a great place to start. read more
Feb 5, 2013
However, Love Live! Jumps into things a little bit faster and it's funny and such a guilty pleasure. It's not bad but it's not excellent either. It's something to watch to make you smile and hum along when they sing and to laugh at the characters. It's not here to blow your mind, it's an Idol anime after all.
Story - 7
The story is about this all girl's school (at least I don't remember every seeing any boys), Otonokizaka High School, and it's going to be closed down in a few years because it's not attracting any new students. So, three students decide to start an Idol club because school idols are really popular at the time. Now with determination they are working to recruit more members and become one of the best school idol groups.
It's not a bad story, but it's not that big of one either. It's just a simple little thing to get the anime going.
Art - 8
The art is not bad in anyway. The dances are laid out very well and the characters look nice. Everything is appealing to look at and nothing makes you cringe about how poorly drawing things are. The characters are cute and all is well.
Sound - 9
The sound is VERY good. The singing matches the voices, by that I mean it sounds like the singing voice matches the characters voice. I'm not sure how this works (pardon my fail research skills) but it doesn't sound like different singers for the characters, which is great. The sounds are catchy and sound really nice. The OST isn't bad either.
Characters - 8.5
I feel like the characters are lacking a bit. We know who is who and how their basic personalities are, but you don't really know much about history - SO FAR. I'm caught up with the current episode and I'll update this later, but we know very little of some of the characters. Some of them we know a little more about, however it isn't much. Each character seems to have a distinct personality though, and we already have seen a tiny bit of character development.
Enjoyment - 9
I have been really enjoying this anime. I love girly things like this, it makes me feel so young again and I love singing and music. Enjoyment is hard to write about because it's how the viewer feels. I personally like watching all of the characters and their different ways, however some may feel differently.
Overall - 7.5 ( 8 )
I give this anime a 7.5 rating, but since you can't do that on here, it's an 8. The story is simple and kicks off the anime giving it a good start. The art isn't bad, but its not amazing either, and the characters are cute and hilarious. The sound is very nice, OST and the idol's singing and dancing. My enjoyment of this is high and the overall is decent. I say give this a shot, if you don't like it, oh well. To each his own. read more
Mar 31, 2013
This is a good anime to watch when your bored and have a full day to yourself. read more
Nov 26, 2013
Mar 31, 2013
It's not easy. In fact, it takes more than just skill. It takes the will, determination, support, technique, integrity, and a little bit of luck to reach success. In fact, reaching that point of success is especially hard when there's competition. Among other things, being an idol also means to shine and make yourself a name in the industry. You have to embrace what you do and no matter what, always aim for success.
At least, that's what the girls at Otonokizaka High School wishes to do...
Alright, this series known as Love Live! School Idol Project is actually an anime project co-produced with the music company Lantis Co., Ltd and studio Sunrise being involved. Not many people may know of the franchise but it already has achieved success in other fields of music CDS. Well, success doesn't come easy like I mentioned before and in this series, it definitely is something that's hard to achieve.
At first I was skeptical whether to check out this series or not. I mean, there are so many idol themed series already in the anime industry. Hell, even this Winter season of 2013, there is not one (Akb4OO8 Next Stage) but two (Akitasu) ongoing series involving music and idols. In fact, I sometimes get bored of watching this stuff because initially, I thought the show would just be about cute girls doing cute things. I wasn't too wrong either especially with our main female protagonist, Honoka Kosaka.
Just look at her, she's a cute little button with a cute little bang on the side of her head along with that bubbly personality.
However, beyond that outer image is a girl who is determined to prevent the shutdown of her beloved school. How? Form an idol group of course! But that's a lot easier said than done in reality. The series takes this idea and transform it into a more of a slice-of-life story in the beginning. At first, there's Honoka. Then later comes the rest of the characters, or rather girls who all becomes associated with the group. Oh and the group is called Muse represented by the "μ's" symbol. Obviously, it's a reflection of what the group stands for – a music ensemble of girls who wishes to show the world who they are and make a name for themselves while at the same time to prevent the destruction of their beloved school.
Thus, their journey begins...
The initial episodes (first half of the series) makes prominent highlights of some of the other girls in the series. Among these girls, they all have different personalities. There's the timid girl with the stage freight (Umi Sonoda), the cool chick (Nozomi), the tomboy (Rin Hoshizora), the cold heart (Eli), the gentle girl (Kotori Minami), and the childish (Niko Yazawa). Of course, I'm not naming all the characters here but you get the idea. From the initial premise of becoming superstars, these girls come together. However, I find the first of the episodes in this series to be dull and not done right. In fact, I find most of the girls' backgrounds to be stale and lacks any real characterization besides who they are. Perhaps the lack of a general background with the girls is the weakness here but regardless, the first half of the series is a bit mediocre in my book. Well, thanks to Niko, I did have some fun and enjoyed part of her performance. NIKO-NIKO smile~
However, the series becomes more lively later on especially with Honoka. I will say right now that her mood brightens this series quite a bit and can easily bring a smile to a viewer's eyes. If you're having a bad day, just watch her and that cloud of grayness will brighten. That's probably a weak analogy but her enthusiasm is what unites the group she works so hard to create. In fact, as the unanimous leader of the group, it is up to Honoka to save the school and make a name for themselves with the face of music. Perhaps, I feel she tries too hard though. I mean, in one episode, she particularly puts her own life at risk. It's how hard she tries to bring their ranks together especially when going up against competition. That' s the thing too because when you become a superstar, expect media attention and rivals heading your way. It's a tough, tough world Honoka-chan.
The story of the series remains weak but simple. It's about a group of girls coming together united as a music group to bring media attention. By becoming idols/superstars, they can spread their names and hopefully with what they can achieve will save their school. As simple as it is though, it is VERY easy to guess who will join Muse. It's not even foreshadowing but rather given directly with the opening song and poster. The series also doesn't avoid the typical "beach episode" that seemingly becomes one of those relaxing break. Furthermore, the seemingly focus on the idols themselves rather than what they hope to achieve becomes a backstabber in my opinion to the initial premise. Also, it seems that the competition isn't as intense as it originally looked.
Despite this though, I find the series to be a fun and entertaining watch with a cherry atmosphere. It's nice to see the girls tries so hard on a profession that is extremely difficult to make a name for. But what they're doing it for is not only for themselves but to save their beloved school. Now that my friends is what I call good-hearted. The performance themselves are also quite real and done well. In fact, some of the songs played in many of the episodes has that idol-like feeling. With those cute outfits, personalities, and outfits, these girls really do have what it takes.
In terms of visuals, Sunrise does them. And hey, who knew, they actually pulled a nice one out of their hats this time. From the outfits, character designs, and the way the girls dances, the visuals almost feel like they are coming to life at many occasions. I find this to be quite pleasing and interactive to watch as opposed to some CGI movements or forced movements. No, it's natural and the girls are putting on a live show.
The soundtrack, music, and voice acting is perhaps the most prominent feature of this series. After all, music is the main feature and premise of Love Live! The sound director, Yukio Nagasaki puts effort through and it's easy to hear and visualize what it's there. Of course, the performance that I mentioned before are also done beautifully. It looks natural, realistic, and the girls have fun doing it. At some occasions, viewers may wish they were right there with them on the stage. Then opening song, "Bokura wa Ima no Naka de" by μ's is performed by the idol group themselves and shows to the audience that they're serious about what they do. The many ED songs brings together a collage of various fun tunes featuring different mood settings. It's beautiful~
Overall, this underrated series is worth some time to invest into. In my opinion, this show is charming and so is Muse. Although its initial episodes were like a chore to watch, it later makes it up with the enthusiasm of the group along with the all cheerful Honoka-chan. It's also fun to watch the girls perform and hope that they succeed especially when they see some results on what they worked so hard for. Yup, they are aiming for success but at the same time having fun while doing it. Well, I hope you have fun while you relax, sit back, and enjoy what Muse do their best:
Entertain you. read more
Mar 16, 2013
Immediately, the biggest issue – and the most obvious one – with this anime is that there are too many characters, and too few episodes to fully flesh them out. There are nine main girls in this anime, but only thirteen episodes; and, as a result, a lot of the characters feel incredibly clichéd and two-dimensional. Some of these so-called ‘main characters’ actually end up feeling like side characters, as their personalities are never really developed, back stories are never revealed, and they don’t contribute anything to the plot; they just kind of exist as blobs of cute high school girls in pretty outfits, and nothing more (I’m looking at you two, Rin and Hanayo. Why do you even exist…?)
Of the girls who do get a little more screen time, their personalities are all fairly bland, unremarkable and cookie-cutter at best, and irritating and unpleasant at worst. We have our stereotypical genki girl who does everything with 110% energy (Honoka); the twin-tailed tsundere who can’t admit how lonely she is (Nico); the sweet, kind-natured but slightly ditzy girl (Kotori) – and, um… Akiyami Mio (Umi). Seriously; Umi is an exact carbon-copy of K-On’s Mio; acting serious and forcing the more lazy members of the idol group to work hard, but secretly being shy and something of scaredy-cat underneath. The two even look quite similar. And, my least favourite character archetype also appears in this show – in the form of the perverted girl who constantly gropes/threatens to grope her friends’ breasts (Nozomi); which is apparently supposed to pass as ‘comedy’…
Now, onto the story. The main problem with the story would be, that it moves too quickly – and this would be, because the anime is only 13 episodes long but is trying to juggle 9 main characters, it doesn’t have the time to spare to pace the plot properly. As a result, everything about the story – from the formation of their club, to the girls’ attempts to learn how to sing and dance, and their ‘steady’ rise to fame – feels sloppy and rushed. It takes only one episode for these characters, who have – presumably – never sung or danced before to suddenly be superb at everything; and this feels forced and unnatural. The formation of their idol group occurs far too quickly in the beginning of the show, in order to introduce the rest of the cast more quickly, and even then, it takes 8 episodes – more than half – of this series until everybody has been introduced properly; and then, by this point, the story seems to flounder around, unsure what to do, so two dull filler episodes involving a maid café and a trip to the beach are inserted, for no reason other than to see cute girls dressed cutely. It doesn’t add anything to the story, it doesn’t add anything to the characters – it just seems utterly pointless, and the time taken on these two filler episodes could have been used to greater effect to slow down the pacing at the start of the series. However, this would be problematic as it would then take far too long to introduce all the characters – so the best choice probably would have been to reduce the cast size to a far more manageable number, so it didn’t hinder the pacing of the show so much, or make the show 24 episodes long instead.
As for the art, it’s passable. Although some of the character designs are bland and look recycled from other anime (Umi-Mio in particular……), Kotori’s hair was really cute; and all of the colours in the show were fairly bright, suiting its light-hearted feeling. The hand-drawn animation during the dance sequences is fluid and nice to look at – and, personally, I enjoyed the CG animation during the dance sequences, too. Although the CG was fairly obvious, it reminded me of the graphics used in rhythm/dancing games like the Idolm@ster or Project Diva, so I thought it was fairly fitting and quite cute. Unfortunately, it is the large amount of characters that drags the art down once more – as, during scenes where all 9 girls are together, several of them always end up getting shunted to the background and looking slightly deformed, as animating that many characters would simply take too much time. Moreover, after all 9 girls have been introduced, they all share a lot of screen time with each other, which makes the animation problems all the more noticeable after around episode 7. This becomes especially glaring at certain points where Eri’s hair is very noticeably not drawn correctly or consistently. The art seems to deteriorate especially during the filler maid café/swimming episodes (which might, incidentally, be why I started enjoying the series less and less the more I saw of it…)
The music is fairly decent – not that I was paying too much heed to it. It’s cute and J-Popish, and the openings and endings are both nice, and I liked a few of the background tracks.
In conclusion… this really is a show that shoots itself in the foot by a) having far too many characters than it could handle and b) being too short to accommodate all of them, whilst having a decent plot at the same time. Everything about this anime suffers because it’s trying to handle too much at the same time; the amount of characters impacting the story and the art work quite noticeably. This is the point where I would like to compare this anime to the Idolm@ster – a similar show that handles many of the same themes as Love Live, with a lot of cute girls to boot; only it does it far, far better. In Idolm@ster, there are more episodes, so more time is devoted to developing the characters – and, moreover, the setting is not in a school, which makes it seem more original and enjoyable. Plus, in Idolm@ster, the creators knew to focus certain episodes on certain characters, leaving some of them absent altogether, so the anime never felt too cluttered, despite the large cast – which is something that doesn’t happen in Love Live, because once our large cast has been fully introduced, it’s there to stay for the duration of the show; to its own detriment. So, basically… if you want to watch an anime with cute girls trying to become idols, watch Idolm@ster instead. It’s far more charming, and executed far better. read more
Mar 4, 2013
though i would say the song and PV's they gave is quite amateur and not as exciting as the song from anime like K'ON, but i believe they can improve. If the artist involve willing to hear the public comment, getting a high rating and a full support is easy as a smirk!
Overall,, recommended! ^_^
May 23, 2013
STORY - Not the best, not the worst. *MINOR SPOILERS* The story revolves mainly around three girls, 2nd years in high school, who want to save there school from closing, as people just aren't applying. Hakone, the main protagonist, loves idols, and sees idols are attracting students to other schools. So she, along with her cute friends, the energetic Kotori and shy Umi, after a bit of convincing on Umi's side, make an idol group. They find out from the school council that there is all ready an idol club, and so convince the only remaining member of the club, Yazawa, to let them join. It's safe to say all goes well, but that's the general gist, I'll leave the non-viewers to experience.
ART - I love the art. It's clean and sharp, and very bright and colourful. Some people don't like CGI, but you can't argue with the picture it creates. It's all very beautiful.
SOUND - The sound is outstanding. I mean, it's a musical anime anyway, with it being about idol's and everything, but just listen to the intro theme. That is literally on my phone for the sole reason of being my alarm! And the ending theme! And all the songs in between!
CHARACTER - The characters in this are very personal to me. They are introduced at a reasonable pace, with the 3 main characters being the only 3 of the club for about half the anime, so you get used to them, and the others being recruited for various reasons (previous acting, infuated by idols looks etc). But the 3 main characters remind me, a male, of me and my 3 childhood friends. Sure, that makes 4, but it's still very, very personal, and anyone who is in the same boat as me will understand!
OVERALL/ENJOYMENT - As I stated at the beggining, this is totally my favourite anime, and it comes down to two things: The personal characters and the awesome music. I won't go on any long, but will end with my score, I can't give it anything more than a 10/10. read more
Jun 11, 2013
I love the story though, its refreshing to watch anime when they work hard for some particular objective what seems to be impossible for them at first. So, I recommend this anime for people who haven't go through it yet. read more
Aug 14, 2013
But anyway, on to the real topic. Love Live - School idol project. As the name suggests, it is a project done by school idols.
Story - 7
To be honest, I didn't see much wrong with the story. A school is going to close down, so three girls decide to get the school publicity in order to prevent this. So they decide to form an idol group. Of course, I'm obviously missing out some things in that short synopsis of the first few episodes.
Then more girls start joining. And this was, in my opinion, this anime's downfall. I'll explain why in the character section though.
Sound - 9
I'm being really biased towards the idol anime genre now. The music was pretty good! Start:Dash was a good song, and the rest of them were also good.
But nothing's perfect.
Art - 6
The design of some characters just didn't seem original. Umi almost looked like Mio from K- On. However, the dancing went with the music. And I think that counts as art.
And before I forget - the use of the 3D effects gave an unsuspecting kick to the anime.
Character - 3 (WARNING - prepare for rant)
This is the major downfall. Seriously.
Characters with more screentime, ideally, should have a well developed backstory. Obviously, because they are main characters. However, if someone joins the main character crew in the middle, they should at least actually be GIVEN a backstory. Rin, for instance. Not one drop of backstory throughout the entire anime.
Obviously it was a short anime, but still - if there's no time to add a backstory to a character, why add in the character at all?
Enjoyment - 5
While the music was enjoyable, the actual anime wasn't as good. I enjoy knowing backstories though, so the overwhelming lack of them didn't help.
Overall - 6
Obviously this will appeal to some more than others. But for me, character development is vital for a good anime.
And in 13 episodes, 9 characters are not going to be developed. But there is going to be s second season. The question is: will the rest of the characters be developed?
And I shall end this with a recommendation.
If you liked Love Live: School Idol Project, trust me. You. Will. ADORE. The iDOLM@STER. read more
Sep 14, 2013
This is a great anime to watch if you're having IDOLM@STER withdrawals - good music, cute girls, etc. I feel like the girls' struggle in this show is more real - you see them learning to sing, dance, write their own songs, even if it is a bit rushed as others have pointed out.
The music is very good and honestly I like the way they animated the dancing. The choreography is definitely more interesting/complicated than anything I saw 765 Pro do.
If you've ever been a performer or had a dream you wanted to accomplish, the story will hit home with you really hard. I rated it high for this reason.
The biggest drawback is that the characters are developed very unevenly. IM@S excelled at introducing and developing all 13 girls (to their credit, they did have twice as many episodes to do so), but it also didn't have a central character to push the show along. LoveLive very obviously has a main character, so naturally she (and her two best friends) get the most development. The other girls are likable (Nico grates on me but at least she's entertaining) so here's hoping the second season gives them the treatment they deserve.
Mar 31, 2013
I gave it a 7 for story because its been done before read more