5 of 22 people found this review helpful
5 of 12 episodes seen
I'm glad I decided to pick up these series though because it's way more than I expected, providing a great cast, humor, and stunning and unique art.
To begin, the story at first seems to be your typical slice of life, a group of high school boys with very different personalities become friends. Each boy though is very unique, providing an interesting and amusing ensemble of characters. You have Yuki Sanada, a boy who is easily flustered by situations, Haru a energetic boy who claims to be an alien, Natsuki Usami a somewhat distant and cold character, and Akira Yamada, who at this point is a mysterious man who carries around a duck named Tapioca.
These boys friendships are then tested through various events that build a strong bond between them all. In the beginning it is mentioned by Haru that they will have to save the planet, so it'll be interesting to see how this unfolds.
With the end of the world concept in the back of your head it makes the viewer really wonder. It''ll be nice to how the story transitions from being lighthearted to something more dramatic.
Being only five episodes in I'm really intrigued to see how this anime unfolds, I personally have a feeling that will turn out to be a great series.