Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (2017)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Fantasy


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An office worker employs a kindhearted dragon to serve as her maid, and enters a world of comic misadventures.


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3 February 2020 | RhysStrang
Just the best
I've got to get this out of the way from the start, I loved this show, from episode 2 I was hooked, each character is fun and lovable while still feeling like real people even though most aren't.

Though I love this show deeply there are some element of the show that would give me puse if someone asked me if I would recomend this show to people. The biggest reason I would think about recommending the show, would be the sexualisation of alot of the characters, especially one whose whole character is that she has a realy nice body and belive me as a straight male the jokes and fan survice did make me love the show more but also gave it a NSFW tag.

Now after watching all of the episodes I felt a bit sad that it had ended and I think that's a realy good sign that a show was good at making not only a great story but great characters as well and for any fan of this show I 100% recomend to watch the Valentine's day OVA they put out, it's only subbed but it's a really good epilogue to the story and is the length of a full episode so please watch it if you haven't and you enjoyed the show.

In the end if you want a show to make you smile and aren't fazed by fan survice then yes watch this now.

PS. the dub for this show is realy good for those who want to watch it in english.

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Release Date:

January 2017

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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