For the invincible and basically happy punk lads Hiroshi and Toru, what they care about every day is to get a lot of attention from girls and to win the fights against the lads from other schools. Whenever provoked, they just go out fighting and settle the situation no matter what it costs.
#1: "THAT IS MY DESIRE" by COOLS (ep 1) #2: "Ikashita Good Motion (いかしたグッドモーション; I gotta a good motion)" by COOLS (ep 2) #3: "DANCE DANCE DANCE" by James Fujiki (ep 3) #4: "Kibun wa SUPER TOUGH (気分はSUPER TOUGH)" by James Fujiki (ep 4) #5: "Koi no Overheat (恋のオーバーヒート)" by James Fujiki (ep 5) #6: "GIMMIE SOME MORE POWER" by James Fujiki (ep 6)
This is my first review and have only seen 2 episodes, so I'll keep this short.
I decided to watch Be-Bop Highschool by chance and because I don't normally watch anime that aired before 2000, I didn't know what to expect.
But to my delight it turned out to be the funniest, most enjoyable anime I've seen in a long time.
The two main characters are hilarious. They don't take shit from school teachers, violent gangs or even their own friends. Also, Saizen + HnG's subs fit the show perfectly with the extra profanity added within the dialogue.
For anyone looking to watch two cigarette smoking
delinquents beat the crap out of each other and chase girls, this is the right choice.
Be-Bop Highschool is an OVA that I, personally, wouldn't be too interested in, but somehow after watching the first episode, I really got invested in the anime. The anime is about these two highschool students, who in the beginning of each episode, really just mind their own business by smoking cigarettes behind the school, and talk about getting some pussy. The two main characters, Hiroshi and Nakama always seem to get into trouble with their impulsiveness. They can also be very short-tempered, which gets them into most fights; but since they're thugs, it makes a lot of since.
Speaking of fights, the fights in this anime
are great! You're always hoping that Hiroshi and/or Nakama win against the big bad. (By the way, the "Big Bads" are usually the leader of a gang that the main characters piss off.)
So, I ended up really enjoying this anime. The music is pretty cool with it's Elvis Presley-esque style, the animation is good, and the characters are well-written. The last two episodes haven't been translated yet, but I've seen enough to have an opinion. I give this anime a 7.2 out of 10.
(It sucks that the rating system on MAL doesn't have decimal points.)