A school comedy with violent and blue jokes. Fujiwara Megumi is a beautiful high school girl but has a selfish and violent character. She has a boyfriend named Matsumoto Masamune, but she often goes around with other boys, who end up as victims due to her selfish behavior.
This anime is something unique and unfortunately, it is very short.
I do not even remember how i stumbled upon this anime, but I am happy i did.
Its too short of an anime for what it has to offer which kind of ruins it for me and at the same time, makes me want to watch it more.
The story line is easy to follow as long as your brain can handle quick conversations and jumping story lines.
For the most part it follows the main heroine, Fujiwara Megumi; her beauty brings men to there knees - She is however, very violent, bossy, controlling, demanding towards any other man than her boyfriend-.
The conversations and certain personalities (although they are extreme in the anime) remind me of how me and certain friends acted in High School or how I observed certain people behaving.
This anime brings back a nostalgic feel, yet great for quick laughter if you just want to watch something short and sweet.
I recommend this anime 100% and its very unlikely to waste your time even if you don't end up liking the anime because each episode is around 3 minutes.
As bad as Kamichama Karin’s eyes are, they are nowhere near as bad as the under-the-influence eyes the characters in this anime sport. The title “High Score” may seem ironic since it deserves a low score.Just like Glasslip this is a romcom without romance or comedy but the visuals are also terrible and the little time it had was not used well. The term “dementia” would fit well here since this feels like what would be left of the shoujo romance genre in the last stage of Alzheimer’s disease. There is very little substance to this and should only be watched if you like seeing how terrible anime can get.read more
Call this art would be an insult to the word art. I'll use the less offendable word, 'animation' which is about the same quality as 'Honto ni Atta! Reibai Sensei'. You see, if you put 'animation' in a dryer machine with some rocks, broken glass, and a couple of forks, it's just about what this anime looks like to me...
Now that I've completed the 8 episode omake (since it's only 6 mins long), what is it that I have to say about this 2D omake? Hummmmmmmmmmmmmm. Ok, while most shoujo anime focuses on a good girl thing, this one is more on the typical campus bitch thingy- and I really do mean your typical Miss.Popular, troublesome, love to kill, love to hate and slutty type of school bitch who goes by the name of Fujiwara Megumi. However, it is the comedy thingy that adds zest to this omake, so while at one point you'll hate Megumi, your dislike for her will be replaced with laughter. So for the story it's a "Good" number 7.
Art: Good number 7.
Ok, this is the frist time I've ever given this part such score, usually I'll give it a 5. But, I really like the 2D art form done by the illustrator. The art itself can be compared with other 2D omake such as "Double J."
Sound: Fair number 6.
I'd kind of like the ending theme.
Charater: Good number 7.
Ok, like I've said about Fujiwara Megumi, she's the type of character you'll love to hate, but then again her comic side will make you think otherwise. Ther is also her love interest, Matsumoto Masamune who's equally as vain as she is and is your typical campus jock, the two of them make a good combination, perfect for this omake, so, it's just right that such rating is given unto them.
Enjoyment and overall: Good number 7.
This 2D omake really does well with it's comedy genre, and frankly, this omake should have been made into at least a 15min anime. The unique typecast of using a campus bitch for a change really does make this 6 min omake rock.
PS: Ok, so the info states that this omake is 3 mins long, but it's actually 6 mins long, co'z it inculdes both the opening and closing themes. Comprende amigos?