First Impression: Citrus

Oh man, guys, where do I even start? I’m still way too happy and excited to even sort out all the things I want to say in my head.

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Basically me being all excited for this gem of yuri anime~

Okay, so as you can probably tell, I LOVED this first episode of Citrus. After having watched the preview a few weeks back, I already knew that the animation was going to be decent, we knew about the awesome choices for the voice actresses, and it all simply looked very promising. Though, I think the PV didn’t even graze the awesomeness of what I found in the first episode, which is great, actually. It set the bar high enough, but left enough room for us to be blown away—and that is exactly what happened. It all exceeded my expectations. Seriously, what a rare thing to happen…

But first things first. The anime follows the happenings of the manga very closely, but unlike what we saw in the adaptation of Netsuzou TRap, it also adds in more, making it unique and far more interesting to follow. This one is not just the manga pages, colored, moving, and with sound. This one is the real deal, if you know what I mean.

The animation looks fluid, the voice acting is on point, and Yuzu’s ever-changing facial expressions entertained me to no end. This seems to be the yuri anime that I’ve been waiting for all this time, and I can’t even put into words how happy I am that it’s Citrus that’s been made into a yuri anime that, for once, simply doesn’t look like the budget was too low. In fact, this one looks like they put quite a lot of money and effort into making it. Definitely not a first, but rare when it comes to yuri anime adaptations.

Other than the look of the animation, what surprised me as well is the music. I guess we heard a bit of the music used for the opening and the ending songs in one of the PVs, but I was still surprised how catchy both are, after having listened to the whole thing now. Not only that, the opening featured so much of what to expect in the following episodes, and I’m just so surprised to actually see kisses happening, several even. Usually it’s all just hinted at. Characters get close, but we never see a kiss. In this opening, I can not only see one little kiss, it’s so much more than that, I was yet again just blown away.

The ending, on the other hand, surprised me in a different way, as it came with those beautiful pictures drawn by Saburouta. I really appreciated finding this at the end of the episode. It’s just such a nice touch~

citrus yuri anime kissHowever, the highlights of the show were definitely the kisses. Well, not the ones in the opening, but the two that followed during the episode. Yes, you heard right, I’m talking about two kisses, and one of them wasn’t even between Mei and Yuzu. The thing is, both kisses are not quite gentle or even nice to look at—not even the yuri one. Still, I feel like they carried a lot more emotions than how I remember the scenes from the manga. We can actually see Yuzu struggling to get out of Mei’s firm grip, but failing miserably. Seeing it like this, Mei’s words after carry so much more weight, which makes the kiss feel less like it’s only there to cover the needed yuri content, but rather as the desperate action that it is, which simply feels natural.

So yeah, I guess I made my point clear. I loved this first episode, and I can’t wait to see more. It’s been a while since I’ve been this excited for any kind of show, but seeing that Citrus was once my all-time favorite manga, I guess it makes sense. It just doesn’t happen every day that a yuri anime adaptation actually delivers the awesomeness of its source material. I just hope that it continues that way!

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HHNNNGHHHHHH!!

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94 thoughts on “First Impression: Citrus

  1. Not much to add myself. It wasn’t perfect but it was really damn good, and it allayed my worries after the NTR adaptation went as it did.

    My only question now is how those who aren’t already familiar with the series are going to take it. Mei seems to be fairly universally disliked, which isn’t surprising at all. The other element getting a lot of heat is, also not surprisingly, the kissing. Assuming the anime goes the way of the manga, it will quickly evolve away from the shock and awe of the introductory material. A decent number of people without knowledge, however, seem to now be thinking Citrus is basically going to end up softcore porn. I’m hoping it does go the way of the manga and that they aren’t left too disappointed.

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    • I’ve read through a lot of comments about the first episode online and found the same thoughts from some people. They are all either afraid of all the drama that might hit us, that it’s going to be some kind of yuri softporn or that it’ll be some kind of abusive story about Mei basically raping Yuzu whenever she can. So yeah possibility 2 and 3 are kind of the same 😛

      Since we already know that the kissing will stay a big part of each and every episode, we can at least see that it’s definitely not going to be some kind of softporn or rape story. Yeah, the manga was already ecchi and so is the adapatation, but other than a bit of naked skin and tongue kissing there won’t be much more and people will realize this within the next few weeks.

      Their dislike in Mei might stay however. So far, the anime didn’t give away why Mei acts the way she does, but I sure hope that as soon as we get into this part, it’ll be easier for people to not just see her as this robot in human clothing and instead see what made her this way and possibly feel with her- Yeah I know, hard to do when Mei constantly acts like a bitch, but I hope the anime can depict it a better or more relate-able way.

      I get it though, I’m kind of afraid that the quality will drop – especially after the first episode being so good.

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      • Quality drops are common but usually not too severe if they look like this already, I think. And of course most shows get touched up a bit for the disc release. Good first episode though, seems like it’s faithful thus far. I haven’t kept up with the manga lately (or any really, huge backlog), I’ll have to get back into it now.

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  2. I agree with you 100%. The thing I’m MOST happy with ist hey got Yuzu’s personality down perfectly, as I always say she’s such a ray of sunshine that just makes people happier merely by interaction, I laughed ather trying to copy Harumin’s phone trick, poor Yuzu. But also, the greatest Yuri friendship (yes, even more than Nagisa/Tamao) has been established, Gyaru Girls for life.<3

    I thought the first het kiss was pretty long, in the manga you just read it through but they linger on it quite a bit here, nothing game breaking but still.The second kiss at the end, oh my God that was amazing! The thing is, it was a massive momentfor Yuzu and just another thing to Mei, she's never been kissed for love that's why she forces it on to Yuzu and gets up to say 'THAT'S what a Kiss feels like' it's all she knows, her face as she walks away made me feel sorry for her. I'm notgoing to lie, seeing Yuzu gasping, and too shocked to get up off the Bed was…something else, 10/10 reaction.

    Did anyone like the little things too? I liked the OP shot of Harumin and Matsu pointing arcade guns at each other, can't wait for that pairing, here's hoping the animate her fast food date with Matsuri. I liked in the OP that Yuzu's side of her room is all colorful whilst Mei's is drab and grey. And the art of Saburouta was a touch ofclass.

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    • Oh man that picture with Harumin and Matsuri pointing the guns at each other was so good 😀

      As for the kisses, even if I think they were highlights, I can’t say I liked them. Especially the yuri one just felt uncomfortable. The anime made it so much more apparent that Mei was doing it against Yuzu’s will – even if the latter might have enjoyed it by the end of it. We saw what kind of force Mei had to use and the struggle Yuzu put up. It was long but powerful as it conveyed exactly those feelings that Mei must have carried within herself all this time.

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  3. Good lawd, all them kisses are just too much for me to handle without goin’ absolutely insane but I wonder, with 12 episodes, how far can the show cover the manga in terms of story.

    With that being said, now all the things left to wait for are Matsuri, Shira-pon and Himeko’s ever growing eyebrows.

    Also, have u checked out the new anime Slow Start?, it has yuri elements in it. (Kinda like KinMoza and Gochiusa combined)

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    • Seeing that this episode covered exactly one chapter of the manga and the fact that the episodes so far are named after the chapters, I think it might as well go up to the events of chapter 12 with maybe a slightly changed ending for this season so it either feels like a true ending or it leaves some room for another season.

      As for anime, I’ve so far only watched the Ramen lover and the camping one, but there will be more

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      • on how far (chapters) they will go: I would say (and like) chapter 16. (end of the school trip, right ?) Why ? Because it’s really gooood place to end, giving the sense of getting somewhere … and they already announced voices for sisters from that arc (so they will surely appear) ;p

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      • I don’t know if this is possible but if you can watch the dub on Crunchyroll’s ap with adverts (so not the premium account) for free, I’d would like to humbly request as many people reading this and who use this site do just that and suggest it to their friends too. Let’s help Citrus hit the top! (and as horrible as it can potentially be, I’m curious to hear it)

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  4. Agreed! Also I really hate that the anime is getting so much backslash for “fetishizing” wlw relationships. I mean those people seem to think that every yuri that isn’t all pure and disney princesslike fairytale is automatically gross and against gay women. I hate that so much. I can understand if people said the plot is too generic or boring to them, but this isn’t some Valkyrie Drive or Fate Kaleid level bs, I just don’t understand how people can be so mad about gay girls not being so innocent!

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    • I actually read similar things online and wondered why people would say that.
      I read huge posts where people got angry at the fact that the anime is a little ecchi. I don’t even understand what they were expecting when the manga itself is just the same.
      They say the breasts of the cast got bigger and the scene where Mei steals Yuzu’s phone is too sexual and made only for male viewers. It’s all the same really and I don’t see how you can say something like that and honestly get angry about it when the manga showed exactly that, only that there it’s depicted in two pictures and not a few frames.

      Long story short, people will always find something to complain about, no matter if what they are complaining about is actually true or there or not 😛

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      • Well boobs in anime are always bigger than their manga counterparts. Seem’s like a lame complaint.
        But the bust size seemed the same to me. We even see how flat Yuzu is when looking down her chest.

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      • Do pardon my ignorance, but…can anyone tell me how to discern the difference between the male gaze in anime and the ‘Lesbian Female’ gaze? Are they not one in the same? Apologies if that is a dumb question.

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        • When an Anime is clearly made for a male audience you usually see pretty girls with questionable proportions, little to no clothing and camera angles that just focus your view on exactly those questionably large body parts. In Citrus you can see that in both the scene where Mei feels yuzu up to get her phone as well as when Harumin hid her phone between her boobs… :
          Let’s just call it oversexualized maybe.

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          • Oh yeah, I totally get that but how can we tell the difference between eye candy for straight males and gay females? I’ve heard Sakura Trick accused of being aimed at males too and I was confused, dont both groups like cute/sexy girls? This reply box has shrunk to being 4 letters wide so sorry if this comes out a mess. orz

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            • Oh don’t worry about it, I think it’s an interesting question really.
              Let’s maybe take Sakura Trick as an example. While it was rather cute and all, it was also ecchi (which means like slightly sexy). What we saw there was big boobs, short skirts, no guys involved and girls making out while for some reason moaning the whole time. It’s a little further away from reality I guess.
              I’d say that yuri anime for lesbian is more toned down. The romance or well the plot is the main focus and while there might as well be girls involved with big boobs, it’s more toned down and the focus isn’t set on the said girls or their bodies. It’s less about eye-candy and more about personality and plot.

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      • I feel like I sound too much like a complainer and I swear it didn’t really detract from my enjoyment or anything, but I gotta say, I really /did/ think the scene where Mei took Yuzu’s phone was disproportionately sexual compared to the manga, and the fact that she gropes her ass (which I checked for in the manga, it wasn’t there, even though I could believe it was happening) came as kinda a shock to me.
        I still really liked it and didn’t feel like it was fetishizing or anything? In fact, I normally kinda like ecchi stuff in my yuri (I don’t care whether it’s made for straight men or not, even though I’m a lesbian, I still enjoyed Valkyrie Drive and all that), but that in particular was unexpected, and I can understand it making some people uncomfortable?
        This is probably annoying, sorry.

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        • Sorry for the long wait!
          I think you’re right about that. The ass grabbing was a little more than what we saw in the manga, even if it was similar. I read quite a few comments where poeple complained about this. It’s true that this scene might as well have been more “sexualized”, but then again it was there in the manga for a reason and so it was in the anime. And with that I don’t mean for the story (at all), I mean for the viewers enjoyment. 😛

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    • My brother is like that. It’s annoying when I watch something with girls in it without him constantly recommending porn.

      I’ve always noticed how the Yuri community is like that. How half of them likes hand holding and cuddles, but hates the sexy stuff.

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  5. i fell in love with the episode so much! its as you said it, the ep blew me away, it was just so good and so on point! so much emotion was put into the characters and the many moments (especially the kisses) by the voice actors and the animation, the characters we have come to know and love really have come to life and i really love it! the cast really did an amazing job! also im so happy that its full length episodes and with the way its going so far i cant wait to see more! still need to get used to the artstyle but still i love it so much! also its already #2 trending on twitter in japan so lets hope it continues to become popular so we can hopefully see more in the future

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    • Omg what? It’s second on trending? Can this get any better?
      Finally we have something that a larger range of people actually get excited about.

      I really hope the hypes stays strong for the whole run of the season and that this will finally do the genre some good~

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      • This bodes well for Citrus and for yuri as a whole. Just hope the series can keep people’s interest for the full season and cause enough demand for both a second season and for more yuri shows in general.

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        • yep i agree! to see that what we love is growing in popularity and people are interested really makes me happy, it can only get better from here and if it does we can hope for more citrus and more yuri animes in the future

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  6. One of the things that I love about the episode -one that you pointed out- is that their first kiss was just so uncomfortable to watch. It wasn’t supposed to be romantic, and expressed Mei’s sexual assault (even the kiss with the sensei was uncomfortable, because Mei obviously did not want it). They aren’t holding back, it seems, and I’m glad. Mei and Yuzu are messy characters that need time to be explored.

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    • How absolutely true this is!
      This is already prove enough that this won’t just be a show to watch in order to see some yuri action, this is something with an actual plot, where they so far payed attention to the things that matter.

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  7. This episode was point for point amazing. Yuzu is the lovable gyaru we know and love.
    A lot more funnier than the manga. The OP & ED I’ll be replaying a lot.
    My only gripe is that the art isn’t as expressive as it is in the manga. Mei was a lot more sadder in the manga after kissing Yuzu.

    They’ve also added the boob joke from the manga extra’s where Yuzu tries putting her phone between her breasts like Harumi.

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    • It’s honestly quite hard to beat the art of the Citrus manga – like this was top-notch and better that at least 80% of all other art in yuri manga (at least in my eyes).

      Though it’s true. I remember the exact panel that showed Mei’s face turning away from Yuzu, so many emotions showing. It’s amazing how Saburouta was able to capture so much in this one picture. I guess the anime version is a bit lacking there, but nothing my excitement can’t totally blank out 😀

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  8. I didn’t make this clear in my own episodic but the show accomplished what I hoped it would do: Making the story easier to enjoy animated than in manga form. Hopefully that will continue being the case.

    Also I “guarandamntee” that by the end of the show Harumin will be seen as the best girl. Everyone will acknowledge her greatness!

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  9. Sounds like this first episode is shattering expectations overall! The studio making it clearly is pouring everything they can to make it an awesome adaptation and it shows! Adding a little original content to make the series feel more fluid instead of a straight up basic adaptation is a really smart idea, doing that can really help expand on certain moments and scenes from the manga.

    Despite all the positive things I have read of the first episode I have also seen a lot of negative views on it too. I have no idea why people are getting so upset about the level of ecchi and lewd moments in the anime when they were in the manga as well. Seems to me that no matter what people will complain just to complain instead of just enjoying what we get. My only complaint is the het kiss that was forced onto Mei was too detailed for my taste. Thats the only part where they could skip on the animation quality and I wouldnt mind at all. or just remove that scene all together! 😛

    All in all this adaptation is off to a great start and as soon as it is subbed I plan to download it! and as soon as the series is released in the US on blu ray I plan to buy it! 😀 We truly live in some great yuri filled times…

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    • I’ll so buy the blue-rays and any other merch I can lay my hands on. This is a rare occasion and I’ll milk that cow if you know what I mean with that weird saying 😀

      The het kiss was really up on the screen for a long while, especially if we keep in mind that we saw it two more times in flashbacks 😀
      However, I think it needed to be that way so we can actually see that Mei didn’t enjoy it and that it was forced just the way her kiss with Yuzu ended up to be.
      Good drama so far, but I can already see how people will not only complain about their way of (in my eyes unreasonably) viewing the ecchi-level of this show, but also how much drama will hit us later.

      Read the term melodrama quite a view times when reading about Citrus. It’s kinda true even. Let’s hope it won’t scare people away or give them more reason to rant about it.

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      • Milk that cow Lena! 😀 we need to show that this is what we want! we want… no NEED more yuri! I’ll be buying the blu rays as well! Hopefully the drama wont turn people off as the series goes on. People just need to stick it out to get to the good stuff!

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        • Very true! I just hope that the quality stays the way it is right now and that the drama won’t get tooooo dragged out, like more so than in the Manga. Then again, I’m on of the very few people who were okay with the amount of drama in the Manga… Other people surely weren’t 😛

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  10. was a very good start, I only fear that the anime team will drop the ball after this one. It wasn’t perfect, but it certainly was better than expected.

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      • I hope that it continues, after all the Citrus anime has done something that most anime have yet to do in recent years, get people talking about, be it positive or negative, it was also top trending anime in Japan as well as being in the top 10 around the world, so it is safe to say that people are rather excited about.

        which basically means that they have done something right, if that trend continues, a second season isn’t off the cards either. Citrus Anime itself could be a game changing anime.

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        • If any anime adaptation could do it, it’s Citrus. I really do have my hopes up for this one – the time is right and people seem interested enough for once. Let’s make the genre big!

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  11. Honestly, this felt like a best case scenario. The caution in me was utterly blindsided, and I couldn’t stop smiling at the episode’s end. Everything was just so… good! I couldn’t believe it!

    As for the het kiss.

    I think that Mei showed less resistance, but more disgust towards it. The scene afterwards with her panting – she looked violated. That’s something the manga didn’t show, and made the scene at the end of getting her frustration out on Yuzu all the more relevant.

    Also, the yuri kiss. Whoah. They really went full force. I get pretty peeved when people barge in to tell me it’s bad – like, yeah, I know, it’s supposed to be bad. It was the same in that shoujo drama Say I Love You, yet nobody bats an eyelid because it wasn’t ‘presented’ so forcefully.

    (rant over)

    Mei’s shown quite a bit of depth, and some little bits show that the anime has been retroactively with later developments in mind (such as the conversation that Yuzu talked over, or little things like amazing phone-drop seqeunce being from a later special)

    Yuzu was developed amazingly in this episode. Fantastic! She was the main reason I’ve kept up with the manga, and it’s good to know they’ve nailed that here. Also a great performance from her VA (I haven’t checked out the drama CDs so I don’t know much about her performance there?)

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    • I remember the het kiss in the first chapter of the Manga a lot more forceful then what we saw in the Anime. The teacher had his hand on Mei’s head to keep her in place. On the other hand, there was this last panel where we just see Mei’s face, blushing, panting and looking… Well sexy. I think that might have sent the wrong message. In the Anime while I think there was less force, you said it right, she seemed more violated by the end of it.

      I like seeing these small changes and I think for both kisses the Anime went the better route, it just both felt weird to watch and really intense.

      As for the performance of the voice actresses in the drama CDs, I think they did an awesome job too, but I guess you could say I was also less excited about it. Like they just nailed yuzu and thanks to her perfect choice of voice actress she really stands out, more so in the Anime than in the drama CDs

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      • Yeah that’s right, she was kinda “sexy” while being forced upon by the teacher, so even though she seemed to be resisting it was still… yeah wrong messages. I like the anime version more, but obviously some people might look past the sexiness as merely fanservicey art and see that she’s resisting more. Both have merit, I think. Though being more passive is more Mei’s style IMO.

        I do like that it’s not a straight adaptation, and includes specials and things. Also that bath scene was beautifully unfanservicey, and really artsy compared to the manga. There’s a definite touch of it being handled by people that know the source material, and are applying their own feel to it.

        Much better than what NTR did…

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        • I agree with both of you about the het kiss.
          In the anime Mei eyes almost seems to be pleading to Yuzu for help.

          I’m not trying to defend Mei, but I will throw this out there:
          As for the yuri kiss, well, we don’t know Mei that well yet, but we do know that she has led a very sheltered and insulated life. The only thing she knows of relationships is what Mr. Jerkface has done with/to her so far. So when Yuzu teases Mei about special first kisses, Mei gives Yuzu a taste of her own experiences. After all that’s all she’s ever known of intimacy, and therefore the only way she knows to express it.
          Is she venting her frustration of being violated by turning the tables and being the aggressor herself?

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          • Seriously, I’ve read so many times that people online just didn’t understand why Mei did it. Next time I see a comment like that, I’ll just take a screenshot of your comment and show it to them. It’s perfect description of what happened~

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  12. I’ve never read the manga for citrus. But know how loved it is by the yuri community and i loved the first episode. It was a solid start that had me from start to finish and can’t wait to see Yuzu and mei’s relationship grow XD

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  13. Hi people! ^.^
    I am from Portugal and I really love yuri manga and animes. I have purchased 6 books citrus manga (waiting for the next ones) and I was waiting soooooo long for this anime.. This is so GREAT!! I already had the opportunity to see the very first episode and it’s really really great!! I hope not beeing disapointed at the end because the story of Citrus has a really great opportunity to be an awsome yuri anime!

    Sorry my english !! ^. ^

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  14. Have to agree with everything said here, I m far more excited for this anime alone vs anything else releasing this year, and that is because they managed to improve on the source material and IF, this is a trend for the rest of the manga, we are in for a treat.
    I almost never rewatch stuff, but this will have lots of replayability to it~~

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      • Ep2 wasnt as good as ep1, I will still enjoy this adaptation, but I do feel that the one episode per chapter was able to give more intensity and focus to each of those scenes, on episode 1 we had improvements over the manga material for those scenes, they were even longer, there was impact.
        Episode 2 follows the route of decent animation, but yet fails since if you are not going to give more emphase to those scenes, in this case, the art of the anime while being great IMO, will be overshadowed but how amazing those scenes where on the manga due to the 10/10 art.

        Simply, they look way more cute during those moments, and you feel it more intense with the manga. Only thing the anime can make to improve is lower the pace a bit and give a more extended version of each scene, like it was done in ep1.

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        • They should absolutely slower the pace. This was seriously rushed.
          Some scenes just lacked the impact they could easily have if we just had the time to focus on them more. I have a feeling as if this pacing will stay for a while, seeing that they might want to cover a certain amount of chapters to get to a specific finale…

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          • I agree Lena, but this was obvious from the start, we where just blind since episode 1, as any great episode 1 delivering everything we could have asked if not more, but that wont happen again.
            Why, well, they need to reach chapter 16 no? The introdution of those sisters proves it is the studio goal to reach and finish that arc, and it does make sense but here comes any restrict screentime rules butchering a show that had everything right to improve on the the source material.
            But lets hope they will be able to somehow deliver a bit more impact with other scenes (kiss from chapter 8)…

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  15. There really isn’t too much to be said that hasn’t been said already, but WOW. I need more of this show. Saturday can’t come soon enough, and the rest of the week now seems to be a bothersome interlude between episodes of Citrus!

    The two kisses shown in the first episode were, in my opinion, well done. Both felt slightly uncomfortable to watch (since at least one of each pair didn’t really want to engage in said kiss), which is what they were supposed to be. It actually gave me a whole new appreciation for those scenes in the manga, because I really didn’t picture them to be quite so “rape-y”.

    As mentioned several time above, I loved that scene with Yuzu attempting (and failing) to hide her phone. I actually LOLed and re-watched that scene several times over before continuing on!

    I love how much appreciation Taketatsu Ayana is getting as Yuzu’s voice actress! She’s easily my favorite seiyuu and she did a fantastic job on Yuzu! If you don’t know who she is, Taketatsu Ayana was also Azu-nyan from K-On!, Kirino from Oreimo, Mirakurun from Yuru Yuri, Leafa/Sugua from Sword Art Online and Yamato from KanColle to name a few… and now she’s the lead in one of the greatest Yuri manga adaptations so far! Eeeeee! *ahem* Sorry, uh, where were we? 😛

    I think it’s time to watch episode 1 again. Damn Saturday…..

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    • Omg what? Yuzu and Yamato share the same voice actress?!
      Okay, wait I have to listen again…. like what the hell, she’s doing the voices of so, SO many characters in Kantai Collection and yet I just couldn’t hear it.
      That yet again just proves that she’s doing an awesome job!

      Seriously, everyone is praising her for her performance in Citrus and I can absolutely see why. Well, especially compared to Mei, who is always so calm and never really chances her tone of voice (which is just the way how I imagines her to sound anyway), she just shines.

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  16. Second episode came out! Just watched it! It’s a combination of chapters 2 and 3. Let me know what you guys thought of it~! So emotional from all of it~

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    • Hmm, this time I think it was a little rushed and the pacing was off. The grandpa scenes especially.

      All in all, it was still pretty damn enjoyable and some scenes simply looked gorgeous~

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  17. This was 100% Harumin’s episode for me, she really shined and showed why she’s the best friend of 2018. That said, Yuzu had her moments too and I’m so glad they did the scene where she realizes she’s in love with Mei.

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