May 15, 2016
The events of each episode are, for the most part, separate from the entire series as a whole. This works well, and each episode has its own jokes that are set up well enough to warrant a chuckle. I never burst out laughing, but I was definitely finding a lot of the comedy quite humorous.
Pretty good animation, although some of the proportions, during scenes that should have been fairly well proportioned, were off a little. No real complaints in this department, however.
Again, same as before, pretty basic stuff. Nothing out of the ordinary for a work that isn't trying to be anything special. The creators
behind this knew exactly what they were doing and how far they wanted it to go. They're definitely comfortable with an average production.
No real character to comment on, but the general self-awareness of the characters within Fushigi na Somera-chan were pretty funny and enjoyable all around. Beyond that, there's not a lot to define each character from itself. This isn't a bad thing, but it could have been neat to see tropes used in a fun, comedic way.
Much more enjoyable than some of the other 3-minute anime's I've watched. This was pretty funny, although not the funniest thing I've seen within this medium. However, I could see myself recommending this work in particular to fans who want a quick laugh and don't have time to commit to 30 minute episodes.
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