View Full Version : Oretachi ni tsubasa wa nai, Dog Days, Softenni, Dororon Enma-kun Meerameera, A Channel
06-30-2011, 05:06 AM
I would like to hear some opinions on these anime. Thanks.
06-30-2011, 07:28 AM
A lot of people hate Oretachi with a passion but I think it's extremely funny and I'm LOLing constantly throughout each episode. If it helps any, I also find these series to be funny:
- Paniponi Dash
- Hayate no Gotoku
- Panty & Stocking
and I find series to not be funny for the bulk of their runtime:
- Arakawa Under the Bridge
- Lucky Star
I haven't seen the others though.
06-30-2011, 09:12 AM
Dog Days - pretty much fluff. Enjoyable fluff, sure. But, still fluff. It's a show thats really built around the characters. Plot doesn't go anywhere new. The angst thats always at the end of these types of shows was actually set to low for a change. I found it to be a pretty good turn your brain off kind of show. Oh, and there are some fanservice moments, but overall there isn't a whole lot.
Oretachi ni tsubasa wa nai - By somewhere around halfway through the show, I grew quite fond of this show. Before that, It was only "ok". Generally - the girls are attractive, and interesting. Some of the guys aren't to bad, like Dora (others, not so much). Fanservice level - high. Early on, the story didn't seem to be going anywhere interesting, but it actually ended up fairly fascinating by the end. I guess it boils down to if you can tolerate the early parts, or at least keep watching for the fanservice :P. Personally, I stuck with it for the fanservice, the girls in general, and the parts about Dora early on. By the end, I was glad I did.
Softenni - I dropped it after 1 episode. thought I'd watch more episodes, but no. High fanservice, but as a comedy, I found it lacking. Perhaps the first episode wasn't indicitive of the rest....but I wouldn't know.
Dororon Enma-kun - I assume that it's supposed to be a prequel of sorts (maybe a complete rewrite) of that Enma ova that was released here in the states awhile back. It doesn't have much in common with that other show though, except for the names of the 2 title characters. The characters are much younger. Instead of being a horror/drama though, its an fanservice comedy...I think. I still haven't gotten around to watching much of it. So really, I probably shouldn't be giving much of an opinion of it.
A Channel - another one I haven't watched a whole lot of. It seemed to have fairly high yuri overtones from what little I've seen. I found a couple of the leads to have extremely annoying personalities, and it was enough for me to actually drop it. I'll let someone who watched more of it actually give you an opinion.
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