Asami Onohara is a seventeen-year old high-school student with a secret which has not been revealed to anyone: She is already married. Her husband, Kyosuke Ichimaru, is a Physics teacher in the same high school as her. However, even though they are officially a married couple, Asami's father forbids them to have any sexual contact until after Asami has graduated. Asami has to hide the fact that she is married to Kyosuke while trying desperately to further their relationship, and it does not help when there are so many interferences and obstacles from her father and other third parties.
It's a Crash!!! Well, I'm pretty sure many of you are stressing out since the MAL crash, so to lighten things up a bit let's start another course in ANIME HATING!!! This time I'm going to show you how Mediocre some animes are by intoducing you to this fun filled peice of shit Called "My Wife is a High School Girl". Yes, that's the fulll entire English translation of the name so bare with me.
To begin with, this series is slow and boring. The character development doesn't really change, and you become more facinated with the support characters over the main characters. The story
to this series goes like this:
The main Heronie, Asami Onohara, is a 17 year old High School student who is mairred to Ichimaru Kyousuke, a 22 year old High School Physics Professor. They both try to keep this a secret from basically everyone in the whole entire series (besides the Father of Asami). And they are deeply in love with each other, so much as wanting to kill them. The one thing that Asami really wants from her Professer Hubby is his cock, yes his fucking cock. She hopes that her relationship with him will grow when they do the midnight games. On the other hand, Kyousuke can't really do anything to her yet until she Graduates High School, an agreement he made with her Father. Basically he turns to a wuss when she tries to advance on him because he is afraid of her Father cock blocking him, which basically happens all the time when they get into the mood.
As each episode passes by, they go through this random situations that tests their love for each other. In other words, there are other women out for Kyousuke's cock, and some random perv out for Asami's giant rack. Eventually their secret is revealed to select characters in the series that basically stalk them. But guess what...NOTHING HAPPENS!!!!! No concequences, no back draws, no drama, JUST ACCEPTANCE!! What a way to make an Anime not thrilling.
26 episodes, thats how long it is. They are actually 15 mins each but many Sub-sites puts them together so it doesn't waste whatever time you have, making it 13 episodes. Art, nothing much there, just the same stereo typical big eyes, big rack, and no serious complections. Don't get me wrong the story is not a bad idea, but this series is basically better off as Soap Oprea of some sorts. The characters were obviously made for some Ero Manga, or it probably is already. This Anime just reeks of Formulated crap straight from a pigs ass after eating a weeks worth of Taco Bell. So if you want to waste time on filler anime, you're not missing anything here. I rather suggest Ikkitousen for the major Boobage you guys are looking for, because you ain't finding it here. Not even Shojo fans will like it because it lacks any sort of serious drama. Just pass on this, don't even double take on it. Just let it go. I watch this anime to tell you this.
It’s all about forbidden love… A high-school student living together and already married with his physics teacher will keep their secret from everyone until the right time comes.
The introduction in every episode is somewhat irritating. In every episode they encounter difficulties on how they will hide their relationship to others, as the story goes on it’s becoming repetitive and boring, and at the end they live quietly and happily ever after, and then poof ‘fin’… It’s a kind of simple family composed with somewhat simple characters to begin with, nothing very exciting happens rather it’s very quite simple.
The other view
in this anime is that Asami Onohara (the student) always trying to seduce Kyosuke Ichimaru (the teacher) that leads to failure each time so I’m tired on watching and waiting for it. It lacks on story development, a slow and somewhat boring story to watch on although this series tries to gather some viewers from its ecchi scenes, but I think it’s a failure.
The main characters are daring and timid that doesn’t develop and doesn’t make any sense at all. Still, the other supporting characters somewhat add some twist to the story though it’s not enough to excite me, to sum them up it lacks on character development.
The animation is quite simple and nothing to impress on just like its art.
The OP is like a children song so I skipped it always while the ED is quite normal and simple, nothing to excite.
If you're seeking for some great enjoyment don’t watch this because it awfully lacks on everything, but there are few scenes that I somewhat like.
It’s a great mess, such disappointment and a sadly attempt as an anime. There’s nothing special on it, it bores me sometimes though it’s quite interesting in the beginning but at the end, it’s a failure. Many unanswered questions that was left behind at the end.
It’s a kind of anime that may people watch when they’re not feeling well.
Futari Ecchi meets (a reverse) Onegai Teacher in a different twist of the genre. The series finished up, but still left some unanswered questions laying around. The series live up to the potential that it had and even though it does have a lot of fan service, it’s of a tolerable nature. I am glad to see that they are staying somewhat close to the manga, but it did not (so far) follow the manga exactly. The manga has some rather sexually explicit chapters in its later volumes (especially volume 5). In that way it is similar to Futari Ecchi's manga (another personal favorite).
For once, I am rather satisfied with an Avex Mode produced show, which is hard to believe after the mess of the Ichigo 100%'s anime.
Look I'll be upfront about it. It's dross. Not even the kind of turn your brain off and take a vacation dross that I call "mental junk food" like say Infinite Stratos, but like Infinite Stratos I was surprisingly enthused with this, not quite to IS levels, but impressive for it's genre. The title had me expecting a sub par anime based on an ero-manga I hadn't read. Instead I got an average to above average for genre anime based on an ero-manga I hadn't read.
An interesting concept at least, and handled at least semi-seriously in a rare turn of events. Sure Asami's focused on
getting some nookie out of her hubby when all the universe and the gods of luck are actively preventing them, but really the focus in the anime is kept tight on our forbidden young married couple and how they react and respond. There's some middlin drama, and some cringe worthy moments that will have the relationship experienced amongst you yelling at the screen like an old lady watching her soaps. (Or maybe that's just me). I came to actually enjoy our lead's relationship, and it could be quite sweet at moments. If anything the things that bothered me were things not covered.
It's standard issue, but not bad per say. Just common. Run of the mill.
Same. Some music was really well used here and there, voice acting's crisp and clean with reasonable performances for the material.
As with the art and music, boilerplate with some stand out moments. Asami can be surprisingly sweet, and the character comes off as being earnest, as does the husband, which is nice for an anime couple.
Like I said at the start, I rather liked it. It's not a bad little time sink and bridges the gap between ecchi and a romcom in a more positive manner then I've seen before.
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