I guess I’m a little late again to review this. However, with this one, I believe you might want to take your time to properly indulge, but also digest, what you’ve just watched.
Length: 13 Episodes
Genre: School, Yuri
Story by: Nakatani Nio
All her life, Yuu has wondered about the romance depicted in all the shoujo manga she’s been reading, hoping that one day, she’d experience the same.
After witnessing student council president Touko turning down a confession with such ease and maturity, Yuu can’t help but ask Touko for advice, which leads to the two bonding over the fact that they both have never experienced love before. However, things take a sudden turn, as Touko confesses that she might actually start falling in love with Yuu.
Binbou Shimai Monogatari is another anime that I found while wandering around the yuri clubs of MyAnimeList, and this one involves two sisters, but it’s definitely not Citrus or Candy Boy. It’s something more… forgettable.
Lost in the buzz surrounding the Bee Train girls with guns trilogy was Bakuretsu Tenshi, which has something that the Bee Train trilogy doesn’t have… mecha. Does that make it better? The short answer is no. 😛
I first learned of this anime while browsing the various yuri clubs on MyAnimeList, and the combination of yuri and ninjas immediately caught my attention. That combination sounded too good to be true, so I wondered what the catch was. Turns out it’s a yellow ball-like fellow that steals the show…
Summer may be over, but let’s remember the nice weather by checking out the anime that epitomizes what summer is all about, Harukana Receive~
In a year that saw a new installment in the WIXOSS series as well as Mahou Shoujo Site, the title of “Most Messed Up Yuri Anime” has to go to Happy Sugar Life. The concept alone will turn some people off, and I would have been one of those people, if I didn’t have to review it. 😛
Every once in a while, you find an anime that ends up surprising you in the most pleasant of ways, and this past summer season, there was one such anime: Shoujo☆Kageki Revue Starlight. I think it can best be described as the cure for the common idol anime, although these aren’t idols we’re talking about here. They’re stars~