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Sengoku Choujuu Giga: Kou

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Synonyms: Sengoku Wildlife Caricatures
Japanese: 戦国鳥獣戯画~甲~


Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 9, 2016 to Jan 8, 2017
Premiered: Fall 2016
Broadcast: Sundays at 01:42 (JST)
Producers: King Records
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: ILCA
Source: Original
Duration: 3 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 5.901 (scored by 1,712 users)
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Ranked: #83962
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Popularity: #5434
Members: 5,099
Favorites: 5


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Nov 15, 2016
TheSmilingShoujo (All reviews)
This is essentially Peeping Life parodying Sengoku era's historical figures using fictional anecdotes. The characters are represented with animal and demon caricatures using classical Japanese art which you would understand the associations if you are familiar with its history - they're not random.

It's a comedy that's a hit-or-miss depending on your taste. Since the episodes are horribly short, they either fly past you without any impression for the week or they make you burst into laughter.

I find the animation a bit lacking, but it doesn't bother me as I consider that as a bold attempt at originality. I've no complaints about the plot either read more
Mar 27, 2017
Ghostfriendly (All reviews)
A 3-minute funny animals anime, with an art style based on an ancient Japanese scroll. The sketches are all of absurd, just-possibly-made-up historical incidents of the warring states period, so history otakus will find lots of references to appreciate. Nobunaga is a undersized Cuckoo, constantly terrifying much larger animals. Hideyoshi is a monkey of course, as frequently the butt of jokes as the trickster. Ieyasu Tokugawa is a plodding racoon-dog. Of course most of the warlords are out to get each other, and quite a few of them seem to be gay.

The comedy is measured, quite thoughtful and generally very enjoyable, though in a few read more