Sawada Honoka is a 14-year-old girl who is very timid. She easily gets bullied by other classmates. Honoka is a non-believer in God, Angels, and Devils. Though one day, a devil baby was dropped into her room while she was sleeping. What will Honoka believe in now?
This anime is really addicting, I always just wanted to get home and watch this!! It took me about 2 days to complete the anime, each episode is about 5 minutes long minus the 30 second intro, which makes this a pretty fast anime.
I love all the devil babies and I think it's really cute that some kids from other devil baby kindergartens come by to visit. :3
Tbh I love that the devils have superpowers like MAO-CHAN'S IS TOO CUTE
I personally love this anime (as you can see xDD^^)
If you liked Daa Daa Daa, Kirarin Revolution or Kodocha then you might like this! ^_^
TL;DR - If you didn't like the first episode, you're not going to like it.
Chibi Devil is your typical moe shoujo anime. It's got cute babies, a simple but lovable cast, and no plot whatsoever. The short little episodes are bright, happy, and cheerful.
Watching this anime will either make your day or make you want to bang your head against the wall. But each person is entitled to their own opinion, I guess.
Personally, I enjoyed watching the show, and here's why.
I mean, is there really anything to talk about here?
Your typical shoujo main character appears - a shy little girl, an outcast,
who's also an orphan for some reason, finding a baby devil in her room, even though she doesn't believe in angels and devils.
Literally half of the first episode is her talking about how she doesn't believe in supernatural beings and stuff, which I'll admit was kind of annoying.
The girl finds herself a daycare center for devil babies like hers and finds a potential love interest in her best friend's best friend, who is just an overprotective guy horribly misunderstood as a cranky asshole.
So the happy family goes on a bunch of adventures starring our very own little devil baby, Mao, who can breathe fire because why not.
By the way, he's cute as fuck.
Just as you'd expect from an anime like this, the ending is pretty vague, but that's not a major issue because there isn't much that comes before that, anyway.
The art is very fitting for this anime. It's not on some Violet Evergarden shit, where every little detail is emphasized, because that would be weirdly descriptive and Mao's fire would literally look like it came out of a shounen battle scene.
Meanwhile, it's not terrible. The main characters are drawn pretty simply, but they're still distinguishable from each other. Mao's cuteness is strangely addicting and the animation is consistent throughout the entire thing.
There isn't much to write about here. It's just okay.
Each of the characters in the story is simple and clear-cut, and it's obvious the show wants to emphasize the changes in Honoka's personality as she learns to take care of Mao.
But the brilliance of this story is that it starts to refocus on the bonds that Mao and Honoka learn to make: the first one being with Mao's adoptive father, Shin. It was pretty obvious what was going to happen, but I still found the scene heartwarming nonetheless.
Personally, I thought the interactions between the characters were very fluid and rather realistic, with certain exceptions in Mao's case because, well, he's a devil baby.
A lot of the humor used in the story isn't much to look at, but it was a good effort.
I really started looking forward to watching this anime because it was so cute and genuinely fun to watch. It was kind of relaxing to watch Chibi Devil, and it didn't drag things out with twenty-minute episodes.
The selling point of this anime is the length. Each episode is a quick watch, and you don't really have to watch them all in order to enjoy the show.
I did say before that everyone deserves a say, but I think that most people will enjoy this anime.
I would recommend this to just about anyone who has watched a moe anime and enjoyed it.
This anime is extremely relaxing. There's no tension, no harem, no engaging battle scenes, no deep romance story, no nothing. It doesn't really do much to draw anyone in.
But at the same time, that's what makes it such a delight to watch. It's an easy anime to let go and give up because it doesn't really engage the viewer. But if you decide to stick with it, you'll find out that it was worth the ride.
I'm giving this series a 10 because I'm a fan of cute stuff and lovable babies takes the cake. I'm not sure if the series was a pro-natal measure to increase the birth rate in Japan, but every episode never failed to bring a smile to my face (and made me wish that I could have a chibi devi too). Ironically, the little devils in this series seem much more obedient and easier to take care of than real human toddlers. Nevertheless, it's just a feel-good anime that you can watch to cheer yourself up after a hard day of work.
Story: Although not much
development, it creatively included several of the parenting issues and nursery activities in the story, each with a 'devilish' twist. For example, being excited over your baby's first word, first step and other 'first's that your precious one has to encounter in life. Typical nursery activities like story-time, nap-time, snack-time, excursions, playing with clay, etc..
Art: Just ADORABLE.
Out of the three babies, I think Rai-chan has a very interesting personality. Basically, he's not as simple as you think.
I really like Shin's character.
Guys who love and take care of little kids are very attractive, imo.
The relationship between Honoka and Shin is also pretty sweet and you can see that Shin really cares for both Honoka and Mao-chan.
I personally enjoyed the series very much because it somehow hits the right chords in my heart. I feel like squeezing something after every episode. Overload of cuteness. Highly recommended if you love little kids and cute stuff.
I am writeing a review for this anime so that other person isn't the only one. XD
(will edit after more episodes are out..)
Remember, this anime is not really for Adults, it's for Kids, so don't go hating on it as soon as you watch it. It is rated G after all. So if your looking for something more Adult like, this may not be for you.
A little girl who lives alone finds a Devil Baby in her bed and starts taking care of it. (and it can breath fire too. xD)
But that doesn't mean You won't enjoy it. I might even love it by
the end of the series. :)
The art is not bad, but also not better then other animes I have seen. It has bright colors and is vary...cute. It's a shojo. So you can probably imagine in your mind what it looks like. Bright Cute Colors. Big Eyes..etc. I don't mind it.
Not much development yet (Only two 5 Minute episodes so I guess thats why..?) The main girl is alot like a ... cutesey shojo girl character.
Then we have her childhood friend and his friend. 2 boys. So far we know her childhood friend likes anime and that the main girl is scared of her childhood friend's friend. and he might like her..maybe. ?
Like I said, can't tell much with only two 5 minute episodes..Hope to see more from the characters.
it's okay. not my type of anime tho. If you like Cute Shojos, I highly reccomend it. =3
I don't really see it becoming one of the 'best shojos ever', but we will have to wait and see.
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