Unaired episode released with the seventh volume of the Blu-ray & DVD. It consists of three short episodes newly written by the manga author Fujiwara Cocoa. Fujiwara also designed a new character called Hana-chan for the episode.
This Inu x Boku SS Special follows the same logic as the series, but concentrates more on the jocular aspects. Quite interesting how the protagonist remains a tsundere... although earlier it's implied she's warming up to him.
Overall, it doesn't have every factor that made the main series such a carnival, but most of it... rabbit ears is still mysterious, the others still follow the same routine, except it's done in a playful manner as of now.
Inu x Boku generally is quite a spectacle... most times hilarious, other moments emotional... in the end the protagonist doesn't exactly get how to interact, but still tries her best...
episode 11, in my opinion, being the most marvellous; not as fast-paced, but beautiful and revealing.
Inu is more complex than one might think in the beginning... it tackles diverse subjects including Japanese folklore, social awkwardness, mysticism... ultimately, the concoction might work.
This anime special was absolutely hilarious. Before you watch this, watch the original Inu x Boku SS. This anime special made me laugh out like about 5 times. I especially love the "click" scene with Miketsukami and Ririchiyo.
If you absolutely adore romance anime and hilarious characters, I highly suggest the anime Inu x Boku SS and then watch this special because it is DEFINITELY worth it.
I LOVED this anime & manga because of the well put comedy and just that hint of romance (the manga has much more romance then the anime.)
I really suggest this to people who love romance anime.