The protagonist, Tsukiko Yahisa, enrolled to a school that was recently changed from all-boys school to co-ed. Since the area where the school is conveniently rural and the rather exclusive curriculums the school has, up until now the protagonist is the only one female who enrolled to the school.
In Starry Sky, the 13 constellations of the Zodiac are personified into handsome young men. The anime will be directed by Kiyomo Sayaka who worked with Vampire Knight. Similar to Hetalia - Axis Powers, Starry Sky's anime will be distributed through the Animate.tv website and other means.
As someone who played all the starry sky games, this is a pathetic attempt to try to squeeze every single character's plotline into 1 show. They only give 2 episodes per guy (which is only 11 min per episodes so a full episode per guy). They don't even use this time wisely to fully cover or describe the character. In fact they have tended to add original stuff (like Homare's episodes) and completely change the perception of characters to those who never played the games. The animation & character designs were transferred poorly and everyone had derpy faces 90% of the time.
one of the worst game adaptations I've ever seen and if you really want to know the stories of Starry Sky, go play the games.
My first reaction to this anime was, "Oh, this will just follow the girl with all the guys being a constollation.. okay." But after I caught on to the actual story, I started to enjoy it better.
First off, this anime is a good one to sit down and watch with a friend, when you are sick of another anime, just bored, or you want to find out about these constollation things. It is really interesting how every two eps a new character is brought in with a celestial sign of their own. How the said person acts throughout the two eps is all upon their
I gave this anime a high rating because it really made me think of everyone I know and their own signs. If they'd act similar as the characters whom match their signs.
What caught my attention with the art work were the eyes of everyone. To me, if the anime doesn't have good detail on the eyes, it's not worth it almost half the time. However, this one reached the bar for my liking and didn't disappoint in another after that.
How this anime ended left me satisfied. The creators wrapped it all up so perfectly that I never imagine another season.
Just finished rewatching this series (yeah rewatching since nostalgia hit me and I'm bored so why not?). I'm rating this as a person who has not played all of the starry sky game franchise (I've only played Spring... Suzuya-samaaaa//slapped) so I don't have the capability of comparing between which is better or worse. That's why I can rationally say that this anime is a good watch if you just want something light and fluffy and a must watch if you're planning to play the game itself.
Okay, this anime is about a girl who loves astronomy so she decided to enroll to
a school that specializes it. The school recently became co-ed so she's the only girl in the whole academy. Erm, we definitely heard about that plot before so what makes this series slightly different from the rest? It's the atmosphere. Watching it made me feel at peace. Like a poem... or maybe a karuta. The anime sings and has it's unique melody for each episode that makes you cling to it even though it is all just speeches. Haha
Art is good though there are times that the animators got lazy and they just spawn pictures. Though they are nicely drawn, I would still like them to move, you know.
The ending theme is just... no effort. I understand, though because of budget issues but... sigh.
No opening song. They have no time for that because if they did, there would be no show because... there would be no time *laughs*
But they made up with their seiyuus (I like the female protagonist's voice... it suited her). The opening song is okay, no complaints.
This is where Starry Sky shines - their beautiful sets of handsome shounen, all according to season. Because that's what this anime is all about, introducing these guys and their backstories. Each character represents a certain zodiac sign, which they represent astoundingly. My sign is Cancer and my best friend's sign is Taurus and this show hit the bulls-eye for each of our sign. That's why I assure you that you can definitely enjoy this anime... because it connects to its audience.
Like I said, this anime is like a poem that sings. It touches your soul and makes you feel at peace. It speaks to you by speeches of harmony. It makes your heart aflutter for each character. Definitely a shoujo worth watching.
All in all, watching and rewatching this series made me search youtube and search for video walkthroughs of the game series because I want to know more and explore every lovable character in this series. Because they're awesome and I especially want to explore more of their stories and how they connect to the female protagonist. And love their stories.
Recommended – No.
Read the Manga – No.
Best Characters – n/a
Worst Characters – n/a
Each character only gets 20 minutes to shine, which is far from enough. You only learn a bit about their personalities and pasts. Thankfully, the anime doesn’t focus too much on the heroine; there’s ample time to see the guys interacting with each other and building friendships.
All the ikemen are so nice and wholesome I felt like my soul was being purified. However, they are still super bland and their “love” for the heroine very forced.
ART STYLE ❼/❿
Art in general and character designs are great, but the uniforms and hairstyles in
particular are fantastic.
I watched this for the all star seiyuu cast. It’s a reverse harem with typical reverse harem problems; fantastic art, hot guys that have similar personalities and little depth, and quantity over quality. Theoretically, this is a good anime to use as a sampler to figure out which guy you like best so you can go read his wiki page for in-depth content, but personally for me, I wasn’t even interested in any guy enough to spare that amount of effort.
Anime boys come in all sorts of different hair colors; each one with their own charm and set of cliches/tropes. This time, let's focus our attention on white haired anime boys who tend to be a little bishi-er than most.
When you don't have the time or energy to indulge in a long and complex anime, but still want to watch something, there are a number of fantastic short anime options to choose from. Here are 20 of the best, as chosen by Japanese netizens!