It's bad, we can CLEARLY see that. The animation was awful. And because of the limited time in the anime the pacing is waaay to fast.
This is truly yaoi= sex without plot. Or w/o good plot at least. (not surprising I also never expect good animation in yaoi, neither should you)
However, taking into consideration of every other yaoi that has come out. This is a blessing from down below because, for starters, this isn't another trap yaoi and it SHOWS one characters dic- pixelated rod, which never happens at all.
There hasn't been a normal yaoi that shows "that" since Sensitive Pornograph in 2004. It's always
been just half of the screen censored.
In conclusion, It's bad, but pixelated rods are present.
(Maybe Yarichin bitch club is alright, but that's it)
Let's be clear on this. We are thirsty for some yaoi action and there are nowhere enough (I mean they don't even exist) yaoi hentai out there. Don't expect that the only one appearing after forever will be amazing with a deep relationship and well-structured scenario. Planet Earth asks you to focus a little on reality.
The art is fair enough (6), the story (5) has holes, but the enjoyment fills them all (pun intended) 10. Overall a 9 for what it is -a 5 minutes long, 8 episodes yaoi hentai.
Finally some damn action. You watch it for this and even if it is not
uncensored (or I didn't find it) you are still able to see everything and not this stupid before and after shots, the non-existent nipples, and the invisible penises -say no more!
If you need a story you go to other yaoi/ shounen ai or read it's manga. Any storyline that has a child is cute enough anyway, so why to start bitching about this one-in-a-century actual yaoi. ENJOY IT.
AGAIN AND AGAIN, AND AGAIN I have been tricked into watching hentai. I thought this was a shounen ai/boys love anime (as mal tagged it as) filled with male fan-service, and if that was the case I would be satisfied of what I had watched.
BUT this is actually a hentai, so I guess mal has its work to do.
This review may be a bit short because there is not much to cover since there are only eight episodes and they are all five minutes long.
The story: University student Asumi came to Naruse household to be a housekeeper for his part-time job. The family consists of
a single-father and a son Ichika. Among them, the father Naruse is too sexy for Asumi!! Even if he is not gay, Asumi gets conscious of Keiichi, and when he noticed that Keiichi is sexually unsatisfied by noticing him watching adult video in his room, he would unconsciously get tempted to attack him…! "Naruse-san, you're too sexy for a father with a child...!"
Papa Datte Shitai based off a manga by the same name and written by serina, seo, and it’s getting adapted by magic bus, that’s literally the best studio name ever.
I never heard of the manga, either I’m living under a rock or it’s one of them berried yaoi/hentai manga.
If you are wondering who the uke is and who the seme is, the uke is kouya asumi and the seme is keiichi naruse.
I personally didn’t like kouya asumi overall I really hate characters like him.
And I found keiichi naruse really charming and sweet.
I was happy with the drama scenes, they had a lot of emotion put into them, and that’s quite rare to see in a yaoi/hentai.
The animation was quite poor, the characters faces looked horrible.
Art: 3/10 definitely the weakest thing in this show.
Sound: 9/10 I loved the ending theme it was such a bop.
Character: 6/10 the kid and keiichi were quite cute, hated asumi tho.
Overall: 5/10 a very average yaoi I didn’t have much to offer.
I wouldn’t recommend this to many people, it was really average.
This series managed to be very sweet within the five minutes each episode had. There wasn't just smut - there were also emotions, and portrayed problems that single parents can face from being solely responsible for their child and meeting someone new.
Story (7/10): The manga is currently untranslated, so I can't speak for any possible changes that occurred in this animation. There wasn't one rigid problem throughout the series, but there were problems that gradually developed overtime that the protagonists faced and resolved, either individually or together.
Art (8/10): I liked the light blushes on the characters' faces, and the art was simple. The anatomy was
fine too. If you're fond of sex scenes, you may enjoy that aspect as well. My favourite art must be the images in the ending theme song, where we see the main couple and Ichika (the child) together. I enjoyed seeing the simplicity and joy in the ending theme song images.
Sound (10/10): The ending theme is just so adorable and wholesome. I'm glad the voice actors sang together! It's heartfelt and really expresses the family vibe that both protagonists, along with the child bring when they're together. And I have no complaints for the voice acting. There were moments when Naruse sounded genuinely conflicted or worried, and other times when he was assertive and sincere. Asumi sounded serious and genuine too, and his persistence was made clear from the bottom of his heart.
Character (8/10): Due to how short the series is, we don't know a lot of things about the characters or know them extremely well as individuals. However, their feelings and the way they interacted when they were together were genuine. Naruse, as the older person and as a single father, had his own anxieties that older partners sometimes have. Asumi, as the younger person who can probably meet other people, certainly had his own reflections too. Despite the reasons why they may have chosen not to be together, it was nice to see both parties enter a healthy relationship, and they both care for Ichika.
Enjoyment (8/10): It's not so common to see explicit BL animated, so I was happy about that. There were moments when I was curious about what would happen in the next episode, or I finished an episode feeling content. I enjoyed this series for what it was.
Overall (8/10): This series was worth my time. If I'm in the mood to watch something short and sweet again, I would consider this. There was an overall feeling that love doesn't always have a specific age attached to it. Sometimes, people don't dream of dating and finding a life partner again after they divorce or if they're a single parent, so it's nice to see that indeed, love can still happen. There were father-son moments between Naruse and Ichika which were one of the highlights to me lol, so it wasn't just the romance that got me. After seeing this series, I’m open to seeing more stories that feature single parents falling in love.
Legit I thought I was going to drop the 6th episode because this seemed like a rather average shounen ai that had no empathy for its art as well as it's storyline. However, after an hour of overthinking stupid nonsense such as asking myself if the characters are gonna end up happily ever after or what, I might as well just watch the last 2 episodes. I did that and oddly enough it change my mind a bit.
I'm still not a big fan of the art as well as it's slow pacing, but the characters were totally cute for each other. Funny enough, I
have not seen much of gay dads in the Yaoi/shounen anime world so it was kinda nice for a change that they did add this to the anime collection.
I do recommend this anime if you're a shounen ai fan, Yaoi fan or neither lol..
Well... Asumi is such a nymphomaniac and Keiichi is lacking in affection.
''Asumi: hey youre so tired hehe and if i help you TOUCHING YOUR DICK?''
Keiichi has a son, and used to have a wife, but she probably don't wanted the kid and leaved it to father. Asumi is a worker in his house. He clean things and all.
That's it. The story will develop in this, with gay romance between Keiichi and Asumi (and sex in every episode. That's tiring)
Oh, i mustn't forgot. This is hentai, and there's explicit scenes (with dicks and ass you know) so you shoudn't expect something big and really really good,
hm... a bit nonsense sometimes. could be a lot better.
nothing to say about.
could be better.
i watched, but i was thinking when it would end