I love this opening. It will go down as one of my favorites until I forget about it! I just love Shaft so much for their presentation. It's the same within shows, but different between shows. But I did see a little bit of Hidamari Sketch x365 in this episode. Kanako's little blood explosions were funny, but got a little old very quickly. It's a shame though that they actually are going the route of turning her straight/bisexual by the end.
Defiance said: Though this anime hasn't really been that funny to me, it does have some redeeming qualities such as the unique art style and presentation. All in all I find the anime as a whole to be slightly above average. 3/5 for the episode.
I also am rating this series as a 3 out of 5 so far. It also could be a show I drop before the conclusion if it doesn't come up with some new jokes. Already a lot of jokes are being repeated and this is only episode 2.
rabbitpoets said: very cool OP, I don't think I'd sit around listening to it too often, but it's a lot of fun to watch.
i love every time they bust into Kanako's head. That last part where the narrator starts talking about the feeling in Kanako's chest, just busted me up.
The OP animation is fun and one of the more unique openings I have seen in an anime. As for the song, I'm not that crazy about it. It is not bad but I can't see myself listening to it without the accompanying animation.
The OP was funny, and nice to see that they used some manga panels..
I do hope Kanako won't be flustered by every freakin' girl she meets, whether it's the blushing or the nosebleeds. This can get very old..
Oh well, so far I really enjoyed it. I'm keeping this anime on my 'to watch weekly-list'.
You know something went wrong when most people will complement the OP over the anime itself lol. I dunno, maybe I'm just being pessimistic but I think this anime is over-hyped. Not saying its bad, or even mediocre, just think its being little too over-hyped. I guess when you slap a name like SHAFT on it, people go crazy, no idea why.
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