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Kaze no stigma (2007)
Won Me Over
I'm not gonna lie I was pretty convinced I wouldn't like this show when it started considering that I found the main heroine really annoying and well....hot headed. However, though it took a while she started to grow on me and so did her relationship with the main hero. In fact her quick tempered nature even developed into a sort of charm about her and highlighted how Kazume bettered her as a person and a future leader. This show is highly enjoyable and my biggest problem is that they didn't have another season. The series is definitely worth giving a chance and I doubt you will be disappointed.
A Certain Funny Element
This show isn't perfect but it's such a fun and enjoyable time. The show is chalk full of wacky situations, somewhat pervy antics and a over all great sense of humour. I found myself constantly shaking my head and smiling uncontrollably (maybe a slight exaggeration). There is also no shortage in likable characters, especially the main cast and obviously the undeniably cute pet wallaby . I got to say I highly recommend to anyone just looking for a light hearted good time.
P.s, the show is full of adult themes so don't say I didn't warn you haha😉.
Tada-kun wa Koi wo Shinai (2018)
One of a kind
This story took hold of my emotions by the surprise and before I knew it I was entirely invested in the crazy tale of love and friendship. As much as I want to go in detail on the plot and lovable characters. I feel the best way to enter this anime is with a clear mind. That way you can go on the ride with the characters and watch with them as they truly grow as people and photographers. This anime will fill your heart with a warm fuzzy feeling and truly make you care for every single character introduced. I highly recommend to any romance lovers out there. But I will warn you that there are a few small plot holes in this story after all its only 13 episodes so that's to be expected but still if you have the time give it a try, I believe that it's worth it.
Seikoku no Dragonar (2014)
I truly liked Dragonar Academy even though like a lot of 12 episode series it ended without closing up all the story threads.Beware though this show does have quite a few cliques but I think it is just that kind of show. It was light hearted action fun. I however do believe it would have been much better if they continued the story and cleared up all the plot holes. Still I recommend to anyone just looking for a nice way to pass the time.
This show left me asking myself "what the heck am I watching?" after every single episode. However, even though it was definitely weird it was also oddly captivating. The plot was interesting and though I was repeatedly baffled by the strange nature of the situation I still continued watching it.
To be honest the show isn't bad but it did bother me how they tried to give a redemption moment to the father when he did very despicable things to his daughter from taking nude photos to slapping her repeatedly and destroying her relationships with others. I would have felt better if they didn't let him still have some leeway into her life (undead or not). Over all, it was definitely a step out of my usual comfort zone for me and would recommend to people who enjoy something odd and different
Kokoro Connect (2012)
The show revolves around 5 friends who are being tormented by Heartseed, an entity who took particular interest in the group and decided to "help" them discover themselves and each other for his own entertainment. Therefore he forced them into unimaginable circumstances like switching bodies or being compelled to act out your strongest desires. However he claims he will only stop doing this when he loses interest until then he calls the shots and will even go as far as to cause one of them to fall off a bridge to keep things interesting. Leaving the club with the task of just trying to keep there sanity.
Though the show isn't terrible, it's very slow paced and for a plot that does have some potential it's executed in a way that could easily be seen as boring. In my opinion it was average and if they created a more exciting and captivating tone it could have been MUCH better. However, instead the story comes across as forgettable and floats on the line of a darker themed story and a light hearted high school romance but refuses to commit to either. It's not something I would personally recommend.
Mayo chiki! (2011)
So basically the story is about Kinjiro Sakamachi who is a high school male with a fear of women. During school he accidentally walks in on Subaru Konoe, a butler of the most rich girl in school. Doing so he uncovers Subaru's has been pretending to be a guy in order to continue being a butler.
Though, the concept isn't terrible the anime is rather average and in the end fails to truly deliver on the romance of Kinjiro and Subaru. Also you should know that the english dub stops after episode 13, leaving the story unfinished. I didn't hate this anime but I feel like it slowly decreased in enjoyment as the show went on. The shows not horrible in fact the attics and comedic misunderstandings were pretty fun but not enough for me to recommend to anyone.
Kaichou wa meido-sama! (2010)
This story quickly worked it's way to one of my favorite animes of all time. It's not only extremely captivating from the first episode to the last, it also has amazing character development that left me feeling connected to the characters, even the ones who didn't appear in every episode. I recommend this to any romantic out there who enjoys a good laugh and plenty of fangirl moments. I hope you love it as much as I have.
A Good Ride
I got to say that I honestly really enjoyed this show. It was a nice blend of funny and dorky and I smiled my way through all 12 episodes. Though I didn't understand all the references due to my newbie status to gaming, I did find them fun to pick out. The show rides on a bunch of wacky misunderstandings between the five main characters that pretty much lead to everyone thinking someone is cheating on someone. Though it's definitely a plot device to move the story along I did find them decently entertaining. I highly recommend if you enjoy shows like School Rumble.