40 of 40 chapters read
Alright, let's move on. In the very beginning of story, he bumps into beautiful vampire Akashiya Moka and they start to get along very well. She's not that ordinary kind of bloody murderous vampire, so stay calm. Moka's inner powers are rated as S-class, but it's sealed by silver cross on her neck, which provides complete makeover of her appearance and personality. So as the result we have very nice, charismatic and overally perfect girl you could only dream about.
Storyline (8) itself is filled with lot of action featuring supernatural powers of all kinds of monsters usually containing funny aspects. I couldn't possibly give it better score, but I guess you can expect that from most of slice of life genre. Note that I don't look down on a story at all, it's actually really catching, still it's more about amazing characters than story I guess. As a time passes by, he meets several more girls, who initially appear as either enemy or absolute stranger, but resulting in falling in love with Tsukune.
Characters (10) are generally really funny, so I got to like them very fast. I guess it can be called a "guy and a harem" as he always has girls around. Main character is caring guy with strong will and great potential. Althrough he's human in school of monsters, he's never acted like scared wreck.
If you have watched anime before, do not expect that much love atmosfere. Even though I'm huge fan of ecchi, I must admit that I actually liked manga better. Story is much more understandable in manga and has main events in better order. My overall score is (9). read more
2 of 2 episodes seen
I had enjoyed the prequel much more to be honest. If only the story was longer, I'd come to like it much more. There's almost nothing more to be shown, honestly. The story didn't really have a chance to expand in these two episodes.
Anyway, if you're fan of this genre, you might like it. If it's wrong or alright, it's up to you to decide. read more
12 of 12 episodes seen
I may sound like critizing much. Well, there are also some seriously hillarious scenes led by Korone, the Observer (an artificial intelligence perhaps?) having no limits in self-control of her actions (mostly the seducing ones aimed at main character).
I can recommend this to all ecchi fans, but story was kinda ewww - not really interesting, especially in last 2-4 episodes. read more
11 of 24 episodes seen
Story (8): Tsuchimi Rin is one lucky guy with heart. His childhood friend Kaede is doing all of the housework for him. Later on, they find out about imigrants from other worlds - Sia and Nerine. Including several more girls, they're all having fun together.
Art (9): All of characters are made incredibly cute.
Sound (10): Sound is the thing that makes me laugh almost all the time. Especially Kareha's and Asa's ones.
Characters (10): They all have their own personality. All of the characters are really caring and nice to each other (except for bands that always want to catch Rin).
Enjoyment (8): I enjoy this anime alot. If you're fan of relationship ecchi genre, you'll like it as well. I'm having so much fun while watching these series! :) read more
12 of 12 episodes seen
Story (7): Itou Makoto seems like innocent student with casual everyday life, until he finds out about pretty girl Katsura Kotonoha, who is travelling by a same train as he does. At the school, he's set next to Saionji Sekai, who actually starts to help him with his relationship life.
Enjoyment (9): I somehow enjoyed this anime a lot. I don't think that it's been too short though it only has 12 episodes. Truth is, I watched this in one day (more correctly - within first 20 hours). So I think most of you guys would just say that you only need 5 hours to watch whole anime, just like me. :)
Tip: NEVER EVER try to see any spoilers for ending. It's something, that you have to see on your own. No matter what, do not try to find out about an ending. Trust me. read more