28 December 2019 | troy-daniel-bush
A pleasant surprise!
Monster girl animes in the past suffered from obnoxious imagery, unfunny raunchy humor, and a lot of panty shots, so it's reasonable to assume that this one would be no exception. But no! That's not the case! This is a slice of life show with so much to offer!
The opening title sequence sucks you in right away! Not only does it develop the main characters, it also features a very catchy song that honestly picks your spirits up, and sets the tone.
Every single one of the characters is well-defined, likable, three-dimensional, and fun to watch!
The voice acting is absolutely stellar, and you can tell the actors had a great time playing their characters! Which makes the experience all the more enjoyable!
The comedy aspects are very funny, and there's a wide variety of comedy to enjoy!
There are a lot of heart-felt scenes that will leave an impression on you.
A lot of the episodes play out in ways that you don't expect.
Quite a few of the characters' plights are relatable, despite them being monsters.
Attention is paid to the buxom figure of Sakie Satou but it's strictly for the purpose of either comedy and/or character development.
The re-watch value is insane!
The animation is fantastic; it's smooth, bright, and very colorful!
As for the flaws, I felt that some of the writing was just average at times. Other times it's very well-done. Sadly, this isn't a popular anime and it deserves to be! I'm not even a fan of anime and I loved this show! They had better come out with a second season!