Jul 4, 2007 to Sep 27, 2007
25 min. per ep.
R+ - Mild Nudity
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SynopsisMakoto Itou is a young Japanese high school student beginning his second term at the fictional Sakakino Academy. During his daily train rides to and from school, he becomes infatuated with fellow student Kotonoha Katsura; a girl that also commutes. When a new classmate acquaintance of his, Sekai Saionji, discovers his secret crush on Kotonoha, she helps introduce both of them to each other and over time they grow closer and agree to date; however in spite of her proud and triumphant matchmaking efforts, Sekai inadvertently becomes jealous of the new couple, having also developed feelings toward Makoto.
The following afternoon on her way home at the nearby train station in front of the school, Sekai finds Makoto waiting for Kotonoha to rendezvous for a date. He sits with her and reiterates his appreciation for her help, and feeling heavily indebted, offers repayment anyway he can. Though she believes he is overreacting, Sekai decides to redeem her obligation by placing a kiss on his lips as her train pulls in; quickly rushing into an open passenger car and happily bidding a dumbstruck Makoto luck on his date.
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Characters & Voice Actors
Opening Theme"Innocent Blue (イノセント・ブルー)" by DeviceHigh
Ending Theme#1: "Usotsuki (ウソツキ)" by CooRie (eps 1, 8)
#2: "Ai no kakera (愛のカケラ)" by Miyuki Hashimoto (ep 2)
#3: "Waltz (ワルツ)" by Kanako Itou (eps 3, 11)
#4: "Kioku no Umi (記憶の海])" by yozuca* (eps 4, 7)
#5: "Look at Me" by YURIA (ep 5)
#6: "Namida no Riyuu (涙の理由)" by Minami Kuribayashi (eps 6, 10)
#7: "Anata ga... Inai (あなたが...いない) -Remix Ver.-" by Minami Kuribayashi (ep 9)
#8: "Still I Love You ~Mitsumeru Yori wa Shiawase~ (～みつめるよりは幸せ～)" by Kiriko – (ep 12)
“Everything depends on the colour of the crystal through which one sees it” - Calderon
A favourite quote of mine, and one which I think perfectly applies to School Days, an anime which can be either an incredible work of fiction or a steaming pile of doggy poop, all depending on the lens you are looking through.
Before watching School Days, I had no idea just how hated it was, especially here on MAL. I think I’d heard about it through a recommendation on YouTube that described the story along the lines of “love can be a very dark and scary thing.” I had also heard hints about the show’s infamous ending, a grand finale that was likely to leave me more than slightly emotionally disturbed. As a lover of dark, psychological stories, I was eager to give it a go. After watching the anime in two sittings, hungrily consuming one episode after another, I surfaced from School Days mind-blown at the masterpiece of fiction I had just watched, and was genuinely surprised to learn that around 90% of the people who had seen it had experienced the polar opposite reaction from me.
To enjoy this anime, School Days should be watched with several things in mind. Firstly – this has been said before but is worth repeating – this is not your typical high school romance or harem anime. In fact, it never, ever tries to be. Secondly, it is a deconstruction of the aforementioned genres. It expertly establishes a handful of tired clichés and tropes, and then sadistically enjoys dismantling and destroying them piece by piece. Thirdly, this ain’t no anime for kids. Despite its innocent looking appearance, a number of dark, mature themes are uncovered and explored right through until its tragic and stomach-churning conclusion.
Our protagonist is Makoto, your typical high school boy with a crush on a cute girl, Kotonoha, who rides the same train to school as him every day. After snapping a photo of her on his cell phone, his crush is discovered by his female classmate Sekai, who proposes to set them up. Within the first few episodes this fun, cheesy romance arc develops and then reaches its climax; Kotonoha and Makoto confess to each other, and it is also revealed that Sekai secretly has feelings for Makoto.
From this seemingly innocent and well-crafted start, things start to go downhill. Not for the anime, but for Makoto, Sekai and Kotonoha. As these characters and the supporting cast show us, love and life are not as simple and carefree as we would all like to believe. People make mistakes, feelings get hurt, people can be selfish, people can be torn between love and friendship, lust can lead to us to make errors of judgement, bullying can destroy people – especially sensitive people – and sometimes it just takes one small act to push someone over the edge.
For me, this is what School Days gets spectacularly right, and is one of the main reasons why it gets such a high rating from me. Some people have called the characters and their actions unrealistic, but for me this is some of the most true-to-life drama conveyed on screen that I have ever seen. Anyone with a modicum of life experience should be able relate to almost all of the feelings and actions – positive and negative – that Makoto, Kotonoha, Sekai and the rest of the cast play out in this story. Makoto and Sekai get a lot of hate, but aren’t we all guilty of having been cowardly, selfish, hurtful (intentionally or unintentionally), naïve, cruel, angry, hateful, jealous and frustrated sometime in our lives?
This poignant exploration of the characters’ – and our – darker selves is only made more impactful by the truly excellent writing, animation and direction of School Days. Its character designs and scenery are typical of a high school comedy-romance, but notice how the sombre colour palette hints at the darkness to come. The first few episodes seem typical of a humdrum romance plot, but some odd camera angles should be telling you things are slightly off-kilter. The comedy and fanservice moments are carefully placed in eerie and uneasy contrast to the oppressive darkness that slowly consumes each of our main characters. There are no internal monologues, but the characters’ faces, words and actions carry so much raw emotion we can feel their excitement, lust, desperation and pain as they do. There are, in fact, so many layers to the gathering darkness that School Days needs at least one rewatch to pick up on all the verbal and non-verbal cues that are present right from the first episode.
It is hard to do justice to something as brilliant as School Days. 10/10 is perhaps a controversial score to give, but in my opinion it thoroughly deserves it – this anime is a bonafide masterpiece. If you enjoy dark and psychological stories, tragedy, genre deconstructions with an element of satire, characters that have very human flaws, and writing and direction that “show” rather than “tell”, chances are you may very well enjoy School Days as much as I did.
A word of caution, however; no matter how much you brace yourself, that ending really is more than slightly emotionally disturbing. It is also an epic and unforgettable conclusion to the descent into hell that is School Days. You have been warned.
*comic book guy voice* WORST. ANIME. EVER.
For real though, don't bother wasting your time on this series. The art is ridiculously poor, the characters have next to no substance and are just about all a total bore, and the story basically consists of the protag sleeping around and making stupid decisions. I don't understand any of the characters or their actions or what the purpose of this show even was. At first I thought it would be a mundane story line to mask the fan service, but the plot just got continuously more stupid until the point that it was just painful to watch.
There was literally nothing good or enjoyable about this series. read more
School Days is a psychological anime, number one, so do not think it is about cute children playing in school and having happy days. School Days is an anime about how cheating on someone can really end up messing with their head and lives and how the human heart and mind are very fragile and how friendship is very precious and when destroyed in the worst way, it can have the worst consequences.
The main character is your seemingly typical anime guy in high school that listens to music and has a bunch of perverted thoughts about girls all the time, but who turns out to be quite different than your usual main character guy and he has a crush on this girl that he sees on the train all the time and he ends up taking a picture of her and putting it in his phone. In class, another girl who he happens to sit next to, named Sekai, sees the picture in his phone and tells him her name and then, from there goes about getting him and the girl on the train to know each other so that they can try and start a relationship, all the while falling for him herself.
This anime is very much a psychological anime and deals with relationships and what happens when someone cheats on someone, but not only one person, many people. The main character is one of the most despicable characters I have ever seen, if not my MOST HATED character and cares nothing for the people around him, it seems, but to be able to hate him that much and to have so much passion for his pain and wishing something bad would happen to him was an exciting feeling because I really felt he would have to get what was coming to him. He hurts basically every single person he meets and cares nothing about how they feel when he is done with them, only to use them again in the future. He walks all over every girl in the anime, save one or two, and they all basically sit around begging for more mainly because they want to know what it's like and why the others are doing it, so they do it, too.
The majority of the anime the main character is, in my opinion, a sociopath, as well as a sex-addict, but there are moments here and there where you see that his actions actually do bother him and these are very important in this particular anime because if they did not have them, he would truly seem to be a monster. It is sometimes scary that the most evil people are not demons or supernatural at all.
The ending is something that is perfect, though, in my opinion and it is something I ABSOLUTELY saw coming, but the way that it was done was really something creepy and gave me chills - I really enjoyed it! It was an awesome turn, but something I saw coming the entire time and something I kept repeating throughout the entire thing, over and over again and when it finally happened, I was extremely happy and satisfied. It has a very twisted ending, as well, so do not be fooled by the innocence of the title because this anime is anything but innocent, but make sure you watch until the end because there is more than just one awesome, sick twist at the end that will leave you satisfied with the feeling you get watching the rest of the anime.
Everyone basically gets what they deserve because this anime shows that the human mind and heart is an extremely fragile thing and that you can't just push someone aside like they are trash the second you are done with them because they may not be done with you or ready to let you leave. read more
Okay so first off I only started watching school days because everybody said it was horrible, little did I know they weren't talking about school days being a bad anime it was actually decent for its genre.
WARNING I thought this was a sweet love story at first no just no it's not, if your looking for a nice laid back romance like I was, ITS A TRAP leave now do not watch school days, By the time you realize what school days really is you've devoted too much of your time to turn back.
The first episodes were sweet, then for some reason it took a dive for the ecchi for a couple episodes but later it got way more serious.
For half the the anime I was torn between wanting to smash my head into a wall, yelling at the main character, and wanting to kick his ass. I don't even want to watch the ova I just don't think I can take anymore of the main characters stupidity.
The end while horrifying was strangely satisfying.
P.S. That was a nice boat. read more
A somewhat unconfident guy and 2+ girls plus a big pack of drama.
The same basic story. A shy girl likes the main guy, but is to shy to ask him out, so she gets her bold friend (who also happens to like the guy) to ask him out for her.
Both anime have love triangle between girl who match pair together and then takes the boy by herself. Both looks like "sad" ending...
School Days gave me the self-proclamed "Great Depression of Martin." Both anime turned a happy pervert into a sad and depressed man who finally began to think clearly and work harder in school. Honestly i recommend both for anyone who is a pervert so they can reach enlightenment and become better men. I hate sex now, adultery and rape makes me sick as well.
Both feature a guy with doubts between two woman. Even though they are very different men. =p Also in both all the characters seem to develop mental pathologies...
Somehow, the two just seem so similiar. Both are based of the H-game of the same name. The leading guy is an absolute moron (more so in School Days with Makoto, but KimiNozo's Takayuki ain't far off). A shy girl likes the lead, so the outgoing friend of the shy girl tries to hook them up by befriending the main, only for the friend to fall in love with the lead too. There are harem-y aspects to either anime, with plenty of scenes either leading to sex, or from sex. However, School Days is far more extreme.
Tragic plot centering around a love triangle with a single male lead. I found the ending of both series to be unsettling. KGNE feels a little more adult in it's emotional portrayal of the characters and their situations compared to School Days. School Days is crap though whereas KGNE is awesome :P
Okay these animes has the same kind of feelings to it. The beginning is kind of the same as well. For example there is one "girl who is in love with the guy,"(Haruka,Kotonoha) and they're "friend want to get them together,"(Mitsuki,Sekai) but falls in love with the guy while trying to get the two together. something tragic happens in both of them and makes the guy fall in love with the friend.
So the story begins.
They both deal with very high tense drama but with different issues and endings but if you like more adult and serious stuff then these two are for you.
school days and kimi ga nozomu eien has a similar vibe to it......what i mean is that it has a emotional way of depressing you and it both sucks and is also very entertaining that you just can't stop watching it.......it's both a love-triangle anime also.....i'd strongly recommend watching a happy comedy-romance theme after watching this series which goes both for "school days" and kimi ga nozomu eien.
School Days relates to Kimi ga Nozomu Eien by having both portray a lot of appealing romance and drama. They both deal with a love triangle and Mitsuki's character relates to Sekai, and Haruka's character relates to Kotonoha. Both deal with tragic events and a struggle between the main heroines striving to persuade their lover's interest.
Both series leave you with the exact same feeling of dread while watching the characters interact with eachother.
-Both animes focuses very deeply into the story that involves love triangles and one-sided love as well as problems surrounding it.
Both are mature stories (seinen shows) and have dramatic romances that started in school with a love triangle. They also both have soft scenes of sex.
School Days and Kimi ga Nozomu Eien are very similar in many ways, especially in plot and characters. In both of these series you'll find the usual stereotypical characters that are pretty common in this type of anime: The painfully shy girl who obsessively loves the male lead, the tomboyish, outgoing girl who becomes more and more angsty and melodramatic as the series goes on, and the male lead with barely any personality whatsoever. Both anime also have a soap opera-like love triangle that is the cause of much angst in both shows, and due to contrived reasons (mainly due to the male lead's extreme indecisiveness), it continues. However, whereas Kimi ga Nozomu Eien ended in a bittersweet way, School Day's ending was brutal and violent. I'm positive that fans of one show will definitely like the other.
Both are similar in the way two friends find themselves in love with the same guy and one of the two friends is betrayed by the other, but School Days puts a rather disturbing and depressing twist to it though.
Both have very good dramatic story with love triangle
Same scenario, but you may prefer this more over School Days.
I strongly recommend you watch this
A relationship between the male protagonist begins when a female friend of his pairs him together with a friend of hers, only for the truth to come out: that she had feelings for him all along. Both Anime include scenes of intense drama, suspense, romance and love triangles.
There's this guy, he's kind of an idiot. The there's two girls. Girl 1 is shy and sweet while Girl 2 is tomboyish. Girl 2 sets up guy with Girl 1 despite harboring secret feelings for the guy. Then drama happens, with a story filled with twists and turns, with most of the problems happening because the guy is really stupid.
Love triangles and cheating.
Both are romantic dramas with similar indecisive male leads caught in a love triangle. One of the girls in the love triangle originally sets him up with the other girl even though she has feelings for him. From there, the guy makes stupid mistakes and lies his way to the end while bringing the people around him down as well.
Both are way more realistic than your typical moe romance series (i.e Clannad, Kanon, Air, etc). Shitty stuff happens in both, both male protagonists are your everyday guys (not selfless idiots), and neither of them are innocent. However School Days's downsides (bad animation, simple storyline, not the kind of main character people are used to, lolfinale) are far worse than KimiNozo's.
A compelling high-school romance-drama with a gruesome twist, School Days takes everything people love about the high-school romance genre and combines it with the suspense and bizarre twist of Higurashi.
Both animes are seemed to be your average anime but are slightly twisted.
They both have similar type of psycho-horror and one very, very dangerous yandere girl...
Both of these are seemingly harmless at first, but then get pretty violent later >3
Did episode 6 of School Days creep you out? Did you love all the revenge in episode 12? Did you love the loli killers? Higurashi's got this, times 10. Less about love, but an amazing series with a diversity of scenes.
It's basically like School days minus the harem scenes. Plus cute psycho loli characters!
School Days portrays the innocence of High School Drama and intensifies it with a little more disturbing conclusion than others. However, if you're looking for extreme "disturbances" with" innocent and cute" Anime girls then look no further than Higurashi's twisted masterpiece.
if you watch higurashi no naku koro ni then watch school days,after watching 12 episodes of school days it's reminds me of higurashi i have no idea why but it's just pop up of my head after watching the ending.*(it's an anime that you have to watch till the end)
Both have that "mind fuck" element. School days is easy to follow b/c it doesn't have multiple overlapping arcs. Higurashi is a must watch if you like crazy twisted violence!
Both start out pretty nice, but get really dark later on.
Both start off innocent and harmless at first but ends in gruesome violence. For mature audiences.
- Both were visual novels adapted to anime.
- Some psychological drama.
- Yandere fans probably will like it.
I actually watched School Days because I read so many times that people who liked Higurashi would probably like it. And I did, it was great. In the start, School Days seem pretty normal, but towards the end, it's not that normal. I'm not a fan of this type of anime, but I liked it a lot! So, if you like School Days, watch Higurashi, and if you like Higurashi, watch School Days.
Both Higurashi and School Days are psychological dramas and have crazy plot twists. ^_~
Both are based on a Japanese horror VG, and both have a bunch of moe characters placed in a creepy situation.
If you enjoyed the creepy, disturbing and totally unexpected [if you ask me Oo"] ending og School Days you will certainly enjoy watching Higurashi. :)
Higurashi has taken out the element of sex and added in more murderous intent. Same feeling that makes you think that b****es be crazy. School days has more stupid characters while you don't mind the consequences that they recieve but in Higurashi you know that bad things are gonna happen and you try to not get attached to the characters but your heart still surges when something happen
Both anime's start off with a nice simple setting that's peaceful then later on the anime gets very intense in a very short period
school days is much more, how you say, disturbing, but higurashi is much more, gruesome
both awesome (in my opinion) and change your view on happy school students
Both Higurashi and School Days are thrillers that take you on a phycological rollercoaster ride!
School Days starts of with a boy named Makoto Ito who sees this incredibly gorgeous girl at the train station named Kotonoha Katsura. He takes her picture and dreams about asking her out but doesn't know how to!
Ito's friend, Sekai Saionji, decides to help him with his girl problems.
Over the course of the episodes Sekai starts noticing she has feelings for Ito and secretly wants to be with him. She tries her best to hide it from him and keep the relationship between them lighthearted and fun.
The story is built for you to start hating Ito as he becomes incredibly selfish wishing to have this beautiful, kind and generous girlfriend when she's interesting. And then using his friend Sekai as a seemingly 'back-up' when his girlfriend, Kotonoha gets "boring".
But when Ito's lies and promises start tangling up, and one girl is pushed past her limits, some things can go TERRIBLY wrong!!
(A/N: This is more towards romance and leans towards Shions story during Meakashi-hen if your comparing to Higurashi!! )
At first glance, the show seems to be nice and fluffy, with pleasant characters. However, once the show gets dark, the characters go absolutely insane, and they may be blood when everything's over.
• Both anime have a WTF?! moments.
• Both have unexpected plot / twists.
Psychological, yanderes: If you like those you'd definitely want to check out this.
Both shows have similar character designs, even though the personalities in the show are very different. Also, both have themes that follow mental illness and trauma. However, School Days focuses more on romance while Myself ; Yourself seems to focus more on character relationships. There were just many times during Myself ; Yourself that reminded me of School Days, even though their plots are different.
The story kinda reminded me of School Days. The beginning seems more happy and the ends gets dark. If you understand, I would say that School Days is darker than Myself ; Yourself.
They both start out seeming like your typical anime full of drama and revolving around school but you realize that it isnt your typical anime very early into the series. Both animes have a very dark background and there are always traces of something more sinister lurking around. Both uses forshadowing very well. I personally enjoyed Myself;Yourself more then School Days though.
Both series start off as seemingly innocuous, unassuming, slightly awkward high school harem-ish romantic comedy series but spend the last few episdoes kicking the drama and insanity up to eleven and careening out of control. One gets a hold of itself and pulls together a happy ending; the other... not so much.
Similar characters, similar storyline, similar style. Both animes have similar aspects in one way or another. They both have a sort of "love-trangle" type story, and have a slightly horror-ish vibe to them with eerie scenes. Both seemignly sweet animes, then slowly getting darker and more emotional as the story goes on. You can really feel the characters emotions throughout the animes, and it's very easy to imagine yourself in their shoes. They can make you feel happy, sad, angry, and just about any other mixture of emotions, so you'll never really know what to expect with how you'll feel after you've watched them.
Really dark and sad theme.
Both are Slice of Life that tend to turn strange near the end, and the endings will leave you breatheless..
Both turn kind of dark about halfway in.
The difference is, Myself;Yourself pretty much has a happy ending, while School Days...well...doesn't.
Many moments in Myself;Yourself just reminded me of School Days.
-Both animes focuses very deeply into the story that involves love triangles and one-sided love as well as problems surrounding it.
Both start out very light hearted school based romances with lots of drama which quickly turn much more dark,and both have simlar art and have a clueless male lead(In Myself;Yourself he just isn't told what is happening but in School days he just is oblivious to everything).Differences are Myself;Yourself isn't a harem and actually has likeable charcthers.
Similar art, character designs, and narrative flow: a seemingly innocent and at first glance generic school slice-of-life makes a name for itself by quickly becoming unpredictable and making use of shocking and unsettling but unique drama.
If you hated School Days, don't disregard Myself ; Yourself just yet. To become as f'd up as possible, School Days attempts to evoke feelings of loathing from the viewer; conversely, Myself ; Yourself attempts to evoke feelings of solicitude. This difference eliminates from Myself ; Yourself the primary element that creates such extreme contempt for School Days because the audience is actually intended to like the characters of Myself ; Yourself.
Literally the same school, romance, drama + fxcked up twist(s) scenario.
This is bout as close as youre gonna get to School Days in an anime...
Though still not as good =
School Days is really one of a kind and will leave a void in your life if youre like me and you really enjoyed it.
Another harem style anime, with a little drama, but much more lighthearted overall. It also incorporates some interesting twists and turns in the plot, but it does not generally leave you sick to your stomach like school days does. I enjoyed both school days and shuffle, and they are both excellent anime.
A bunch of girls like one guy. However, the main character in shuffle! has a different personality than the main male lead in School Days (aka the shuffle! guy is actually sincere). Also, they both get pretty serious towards the end. School Days more so.
What Shuffle has is a great story intertwined through a great plot, but if you think Kaede should have done more for her man, then School Days answers your cries.
Both School Days and Shuffle! are two of the better harems out there, in my opinion. Both series start off light, cutesy, and happy, but have darker elements that surface later on in the series. Both School Days and Shuffle! also feature similar character types: yanderes (Kotonoha and Kaede), the loud and energetic type (Sekai and Asa), the quiet girl (Setsuna and Primula), et cetera. I think both are very enjoyable series and fun to watch.
-Both animes focuses very deeply into the story that involves love triangles and one-sided love as well as problems surrounding it.
Another harem style anime where a friendly argument over the love of one man turns slowly in a physically harmful war. In both, a girl turns mentally unstable. Both start off slow but towards the end leaves you in shock.
Both have a main character that can't decide between many girls he can choose from (indecision!). Both take a dark tone mid series when problems begin to arise. Shuffle! has a more overall light mood with some funny moments but can get heavy at times, whereas School Days tends to be much darker altogether. Both are good examples of how indecision can lead to serious problems, especially when it envolves human relationships. Also both plots occur mostly in High School featuring students. They have very good plots and have a lot of twists and turns. However, these shows are definitely *not* for the weak of heart.
Both have yandere: Keade and Kotonoha. "nuff said
These both animes are taking place in school environment. I think that Shuffle is more fun-based anime, while School Days is more serious about situation. Both of main characters are surrounded by girls from everywhere. I must say that Rin from Shuffle is a guy with a character and heart, while Itou from School Days is somehow total bitch.
Althrough, I really enjoyed both of these animes as they have lot in common (at least first halves of them do). When I first saw Asa, I've instantly imagined Sekai from SD. You'll see why. :)
The last 6 episode of Shuffle remind me of School Day. And on top of that both series are highschool harem, romacne & drama. If you enjoyed School Day then you might like Shuffle however if you like Shuffle you might not 100% enjoy School day
Both have surprising endings in completely different ways. Also, they both take a turn for the worst at one point in the show, making the drama escalate.
Both have a school setting and a romance where one of the girls is basically THE definition of "yandere" and the boy doesn't speak his mind (or, quite frankly, is an idiot).
There's gore in both shows (though in Mirai Nikki a lot more).
School days rather focuses on the romance and the drama, while Mirai Nikki has a plot that revolves around a survival game, though the romance is still important for the way the character act.
Both can be a bit disturbing at certain parts and both are kind of hit-or-miss shows with a lot of people loving them and a lot of people not liking them at all.
-Romance that has an obsessed heroine(s)/yandere
Both contain obnoxious characters, yanderes and (spoiler) severed heads.
The protagonists are both idiots.
School Days has less gore than Mirai Nikki, however, and is a lot more bearable. Mirai Nikki is longer with a more complex plot, whereas School Days instead focuses on the "romance".
Dark atmosphere through the series. Violent girls.
For those who likes "yandere", should watch Mirai Nikki, the women protagonists of both animes are psychopaths (Kotonoha and Yuno). Mirai Nikki is more violent and dramatic than School Days, but both of them have the "Psychopath Love".
There is an obessive girlfriend, the story is very twisted and deep, and at the end there is extreme violence involved. I highly recommend if you're into horror , an extremely deep story and a little romance.
Both have Yanderes
Both deal with teen love
Both have WTF I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING endings
Both get creepier the more you watch it
Both deal with the stress of having the wrong person falling in love with you
They both employ similar tactics of trying to play on emotions to cover up how shallow the characters actually are. This of course is just how I feel about them. If you enjoyed one you may enjoy the other.
Brutally the same, for the ages 18 and up. "Never judge a book by its cover"
People who have a weak heart are not recommended to watch either of the two.
1. The boy lied, the boy is an asshole (actally a looser).
2. Broken hearted girl/s who seek for revenge
To be honest in my opinion School Days is much better than Elfen Lied, from originality to characters. There's atleast lots of sex so the nudity is justifiable.
Both anime take place in a dark atmosphere, but they will pull you into their characters. These anime take you on a gloomy road that expresses how love is an undying feeling.
They're both bloody and morbid. And very interesting, too.
Both are violent for the sake of violence. They also both have an annoyingly spoon fed message to boot.
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