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Misute♡naide Daisy

Alternative Titles

English: Don't Leave Me Alone, Daisy
Synonyms: Misutenaide Daisy
Japanese: みすて♡ないでデイジー


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 3, 1997 to Sep 18, 1997
Premiered: Summer 1997
Broadcast: Thursdays at 01:45 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 5.721 (scored by 263 users)
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Ranked: #88992
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #9107
Members: 1,025
Favorites: 3


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Jan 30, 2009
formosan (All reviews)
Great stories can be told about psychopaths who are obsessed with imprisoning their victims, whom they love and fear. Stephen King's _Misery_, for example, is a decent story about a writer who is held captive by a mentally imbalanced fan of his work.

"Don't Leave Me Alone Daisy" casts the psychopath as a lovable boy and the victim as a lovable, but terminally stupid and passive, girl. And then it deals with this horrific premise as if it were a light romantic comedy.

The opening theme song is notably good. The art is mediocre.

The characters are unlikable. It's bad enough being a madman read more
Apr 13, 2013
Dick_Saucer (All reviews)
My girlfriend and I watched this over the last couple weeks. It was a childhood favorite of hers that she picked up at some point back in her initial period of otakudom. I was totally absorbed watching Misutenaide Daisy with her, and I loved that this was something she had been keeping near to her heart for all these years. I love iconoclasts, and there are a couple here.

On the other hand, maybe this is where she got some of her profoundly scary ideas about what it is like to be with someone in her formative years. Maybe this is what read more
Jan 4, 2010
Uthred (All reviews)
The trailer for this show was what sparked the great "chesticles" vs. "flame titties" debate "back in the day". After having watched the show though I have to say that the trailer (and its attendant voice over) would have been hard pushed to give a more incorrect view of it. In many ways its impossible to pin down what exactly this show is - romance comedy, introspective examination of adolescence and first love, absurdist satire of global war politics, cutting commentary on the destructiveness of love taken too far - its really all of these and more.

I feel like a cunt for writing something like read more
Feb 28, 2018
dipperpines (All reviews)
This anime may advertise itself as a romantic comedy, but don't get it twisted. This is no romantic comedy. It's not funny ( at least not in the way it intends to be ) and it sure as shit ain't romantic. Personally, I'd consider this more of a psychological horror.

Story: 2
Stalkers have been covered in many animes over the years, but this dude right here managed to unnerve me more than characters like Yuno Gasai. Reijiro Techno is a guy obsessed with making the female lead, Hiromi Matsuzawa ( or Daisy as he renames her ) his plaything in every sense of the word. The read more