Chiharu Kashima, captain of the Wizard Bureau's Crisis Countermeasures Division, is among a handful of people who can use magic. While frequenting his favorite bar, he is approached by a friendly man named Toyohi Utsumi. Having always dreamt of being a wizard, Toyohi is enthralled by the idea of meeting one. Much to the young Captain's surprise, Toyohi confesses that he has fallen in love with Kashima. While little time as passed, the two begin to spend more time together. Not all is well, however, as Kashima fears that magic is all that he has and Toyohi is only in love with Kashima the Wizard.
So it looks like I'll be the first person to write a review for this one.
First of all, I really enjoy shounen ai/yaoi anime so of course I liked this, but I will be objective.
The story takes place in a magical world where only some people can use magic. If I'll say more there will be spoilers .
Art and animation: 8
The art is splendid. Everything is colorful and beautiful done, especially the drinks.
The animation is mediocre to bad(the characters barely move) and this might be a problem at first, but you'll get used.
Opening is good, I liked it.
actors made a good job,too.
There are 2 significative characters, others aren't important .
Kashima is interesting and develops in 4 episodes. I appreciate this
Utsumi is a generic kind character, but of course It's needed a love interest who will accept the main character.
It's a short cute anime very enjoyable for a fan of shounen ai. If you are looking for something to watch and at the end to feel happy you should watch it.
On the other hand, if you want something to blow your mind and to deconstruct the genre, well you can skip this.
I'm going to be honest with you, I started this for its colours. I'm a sucker to pretty colours in anime. This anime hit all the right boxes for me, shounen ai, pretty colour, short, sweet and adorable plot line.
Disclaimer: This is my first review, sorry if it isn't what you were looking for.
Afterall, it is a four episode long anime. You wouldn't expect long elaborate things from it, and it gives you what you should expect. A simple plot line, a clear progression to the end. The story is about two men in a world where some can use magic. Personally,
I thought it played pretty well in four episodes with this idea, specially when linked to its character development.
The character personalities were well made to match the theme of the anime. Without giving any spoilers, the characters personalities had a good flow with the plot and were easily lovable.
I loved the opening theme of the anime and the voice actors did pretty well too. I don't have any complaints but nothing stood out too much either other than the opening song.
This is probably why I watched the anime at first. The animation is not meant to be flow-y and smooth, the characters don't move much but their design is adorable. This is a refreshing and cute change from the normal style of animation and is definitely supported by its colours. The portrayal of magic looked brilliant and was really well done.
This is probably the most subjective category. I enjoyed it as it fitted well with the fact that I love shounen-ai, pretty colours and unorthodox animation. If you're not too fond of any of these, I recommend giving it a cautious try.
This is has shounen-ai genre, and a short anime (4 mins or so). So, in terms of story, I think this show got a great plot for a short anime. It has the theme, the opening, the problems, the climax, and the solutions. Not just some weird, random story lines.
Not the best if you are looking for some great looking guy, since this is shounen-ai. But, I do love how they do the background. It has some oil or water colours feelings, and simply gorgeous to be seen. It was kind of weird to see the movement/animation though, but still refreshing to see something so
different compare to others.
Not too many background sound, since this was a short anime. But, I do like the ending song though.
Just like the story, for me, this anime has the best character descriptions and development for a short anime. Both characters got clear personalities. And character development between two main characters were developed pretty good from the problems, climax, and solutions.
To be honest, it was quite entertaining for me, even though it was short anime with only 4 episodes. But, I feel satisfied watching it, and glad it wasn't disappointing or just some random short anime without story line.
Great. You can try watching it, it wouldn't be hurt especially with such a short time and episodes. For me, this was the first short anime that I came to like in terms of plotting. And oh yea, don't forget that I love the art (despite the character faces, pst).
Story was quite typical, but I liked the execution nonetheless
Pretty colours, especially for backgrounds and drinks - the Cosmo drink especially looks so good! I also like the sticker style animation that sometimes pop up as well =) The magic was also animated nicely, though it would have been nice to see someone else using their magic, or are they all water-based like Chiharu's?
The theme song (?) was nice but nothing too special
Feel like if the characters were fleshed out more with longer episodes counts or times would have been a lot more enjoyable, was super curious about Zaou's family =P
I have to admit sympathizing with Chiharu- like why is someone super cool even interested in an introvert like myself...