Since no one made a review on this,why not.
Story- Well this OVA series is another days of these girls as usual with pervert minds and funny situations,i've seen that it haved many edits on episodes until now(first 3 then 4 then 6) but it's okay since we'll have more and a season 3 it's possible
Art- as usual,is good,no comment,i like it.
Sound- good?don't get any wrong idea XD
Characters- Hilarious as usual . I love the president
After 2 seasons and the initial ova series, there isn't really anything that you should still be wondering about now. There also really isn't anything new to expect here either. There's no new story, art, animation, character development, etc. It's simply the great old Seitokai Yakuindomo that you've probably come to love by now, unless you're still watching a series you don't really care for that much.
The only main point I can really make about this set of ovas is that they take place before Shino and Aria graduate. I'm just assuming that they are extra adventures that weren't
shown previously. Besides for that, there's nothing else to really mention. Side note: The somewhat stupid Tseuda and squid segment is gone except for like one last appearance; I'm thankful for that.
I obviously enjoyed this or at least I should've if I'm still watching the series. If you've loved loved all the previous installments like I have, watch this last set of ovas and enjoy the comedy, characters, and such that you've come to love.
This will be my first review (Please don't bite me D: Feel free to correct me)
Here we are back again to the marvelous life of Tsuda Takatoshi with his *PERFECT* comment alongside with Suzu Hagimura from the Heavy/Sex Jokes of the Student Council president Amakusa Shino and Secretary Aria Shichijou and all girls they have interact (Too many to mention TL:DR OTL)
For the story, since it is an OVA (AND I AM GLAD IT IS NOT yet FINISH :o ) it shows to us their daily lives in different seasons likewise to the first season's OVA. Sometimes random happenings is fun isn't?
For the art /
sound - Still intact, nothing new nor change. The censorship is funnily executed.
We will skip the character part because we all know who they are right? RIGHT? NO? GO BACK AND WATCH SEASON 1!
Overall, Fun to watch.
Should I recommend this to your friends? OF COURSE DAMMNIT.
I AM LOOKING FORWARD FOR THE LAST EPISODE OF THIS OVA
(P.S SORRY OF MY BAD ENGLISH, I AM NOT GOOD AT IT)
Oh Studio Go Hands, wtf were you guys thinking of making another OVA of "Seitokai Yakuindomo*", by taking a step backwards, instead of forwards? A question that I would like to ask, so:
Storywise, no development on the plot, in fact the OVA itself took a step backwards, I mean, the toilet humor was still there, the naughty gags were still the usual, the green slap sticks haven't change, so it's just a mediocre (5) all the way.
Art, mediocre 5, what do you expect? Some panty shots or fanservce, not in here, except the usual eye candy girl's school uniform.
Sound, rating is the same as
above........it's the same seiyuus, dummies. also I have neither love or hate for the opening and closing theme.
Character, also a 5.....and not even the addition of the other student council president, Uomi from Eiryou High School', makes any difference.
Enjoyment, also a 5 , cu'z , watching this was more of a chore than and enjoyment, besides , what's there to enjoy, when there hasn't been any development, in any of the genre.
Overall, Amakusa, Shino and Shichijou, Aria have already graduated in the last season, so for studio Go Hands to take a step backwards , instead of continuing from where the two have graduated would have given this OVA a new lease in it's enjoyment, somehow breaking the mediocre, also I kinda hate it that Studio Go Hand is going wishy washy on this anime, and now they're making an upcoming movie of this series, now, why do I have a feeling that they might change their minds again and opt for another sequel? Sheees , no more pls, the fact that they can go forward without the two makes this OVA as lame as a poor 3 in may book.
One would expect that after GoHands' much more impressive adaptation of Seitokai Yakuindomo's second season, the OVA will be ready to blow everything out the water. Right? Right?
Whatever significant change the second season brought upon the franchise is immediately watered down by how lackluster and forgettable SYD* OVA is, not only in terms of story but also in its production values. It's pretty surprising as well to see it be ranked higher than the second season itself, as the OVA shows nothing that poses anything groundbreaking for the franchise, not that it had sort of ability to begin with.
So, aside from addressing immediately how inferior
this OVA is in comparison to the second season's story, what are the good points that one can address from watching this?
Save for the fact that it remains a good mix of anime-original content and faithful reliance on the manga, the only notable change is with its minor change in the character design. It might not be noticeable, but the characters' eyes are slightly wider, and will probably its current art style for future installments, basing from the SYD Movie trailer. Most of the episodes exist just to please fans of the manga to see these jokes get animated, but I honestly can't see how a setup to a sex joke with just a different punchline will be more effective.
Animation took a small dip down, and gone are the CG indicators of Suzu's head or the over-the-top perspectives one might have seen from the second season's first episode. Although nothing remarkable, the OVA episodes seem to have settled in less motion mirroring that of the first season and its previous OVA. Animation was never a problem in SYD, but seeing it veer away from its predecessor's playful dynamics are kind of alienating.
In terms of characters, Tsuda and Tsuda's harem itself remain a static cast which exist to give the sex-joke-of-the-week. I don't have to say at this point which character made it more enjoyable to me, as the humor in this OVA is at an all-time low, even when compared to its first season. We have a few good Uomi moments here and there, and an introduction of Eiryou's Student Council Vice President and straight man, but nothing comes across as superior than anything SYD has provided thus far.
Again, if you hated SYD's first season from the beginning, you won't remain interested for its successors for long, yet I can't recommend this to fellow SYD followers either. The franchise is getting stale after 40 episodes of rinsing and repeating, and if the upcoming movie doesn't break this standard there's no saving this franchise from being a mediocre comedy.