Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (2003– )

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |  Animation, Action, Comedy

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Sousuke Sagara and Kaname Chidori return in this hilarious to Full Metal Panic! as they try to navigate the hurtles of high school, stubborn classmates, and plain old everyday life.




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17 February 2015 | JDreviews
| Never seen a funnier show!
i don't think I've ever laughed so much at each episode of an anime. This show is rather short, and has no plot to speak of, the characters basically just fool around and get into trouble. The first show in the series, Full Metal Panic!, is split between comedy and action adventure, Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu is pure comedy. Most anime comedies mix comedy together with more drama like elements (romance, drama etc) this show does not, all it try's to do is make you laugh, which it does an excellent job at, only bringing in romantic elements very rarely. The shows characters are incredibly endearing and I was never bored with them. This show is very good at slapstick comedy, and since that's all it strives for, I can't really say that anything is wrong with it, because it doesn't have a lot of elements to it, but the ones it has it's very good at, so if slapstick is what you like, you will love this show.

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10 May 2005


Japanese, English

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