Due to the lack of (In my opinion atleast) intelligent reviews for this anime thus far, I figured I would take the time to write one. I would like to note however, that this is only designed for users to see if they might be interested in spending their time watching this show. I have no idea how this show will end, as I am only a few episodes in, however, I will try to make this as helpful as possible. So, if the show magically starts being terrible don't come after me with flaming sporks. This is only a review for the first 3
episodes (for now).If you think I didn't do a good job reviewing those episodes, then please, bring your spork army. On to the review!
Thus far, Ookami-San is a rom com WITH A TWIST. *cue what a twist soundboard*. Like a standard romantic comedy, it has some interesting characters that slowly seem to bond from various events. Lame, I know. The way Ookami san does it is interesting however. A majority of the episodes are parody's of classic fairytales.
The way its done is not only smooth, but exceptionally entertaining. It's to the point where if you know of the story, you can catch the references immediately and if you have never heard of the tale the show is still crisp and you won't be left confused for the most part.
The show is full of plenty of colorful characters, from the main ones Ryoushi(Wimpy kid who has a crush on Ookami, I'm sure you can guess how character development will go with this one) and Ookami (Translate for epic giggles) to the typical lolis and ladies man. There really isn't a character that will make you go crazy for, but there is not any characters that will annoy you to the point you will immediately drop the show, so I can't really complain.
While not a huge deal, I'll toss this in here. The opening theme is decent. Not good, but not horrendous. I can stand watching it instead of ffing past it which is a pretty big deal for me atleast.
Overall, the show is enjoyable and just that. This isn't an angel beats or code geass or whatever anime really tickled your peach in the past. Its just a show that is refreshing, humorous, and darn entertaining.