Jungle wa Itsumo Hare nochi Guu Final

Edit
What would you like to edit?
 

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Jungle wa Itsumo Haré nochi Guu Final, Jungle wa Itsumo Hale Nochi Guu Final, Haré+Guu Final, Hare+Guu Final
Japanese: ジャングルはいつもハレのちグゥ FINAL

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 7
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 21, 2003 to Jun 25, 2004
Producers: Bandai Visual
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Duration: 26 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.641 (scored by 51165,116 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #12132
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #5429
Members: 9,410
Favorites: 13

External Links

Sort
  • Most Helpful (Weighted)
  • Most Helpful (All Time)
  • Most Recent
  • Friends Only (Weighted)
Preliminary
Dec 5, 2009
Credulous (All reviews)
Please let me introduce Guu; Guu is a creature of (probably) female gender, possibly of the human species and is perhaps around the age of ten. She is the single most disturbing character in any anime I have ever seen. I kid you not, she is stranger than the entire cast of Baccano combined. It is quite interesting to see how an entire series become worth watching for a single character, though I lie, for Guu to work Hare must exist. They are complete opposites of eachother, Hare being the responsible, level headed, over thinking nice guy while Guu is possibly the devil personified, a read more
Aug 7, 2008
formosan (All reviews)
Preliminary
This series uses a predominantly soothing style of simplistic animation, bright colors, and comforting stereotypes, punctuated by expressions of angst, alienation, and philosophical musing. The simplistic, iconic animation style and anime cliches are subverted by the sharp insights into how shallow stereotypes can be.

This is a comedy show with a very painful and peaceful twist. This is the black comedy of a writer who is alienated and shocked by the inhumanity of everyday hypocrisy, but who nonetheless remains calm and sane and socially acceptable.

For a contrast, check out "Welcome to the N.H.K." which is equally existential and dark but a lot less mentally read more