The Rigtheous Three-Episode-Rule Of Doom. Spring 2014 “First” Impressions. Bokura Wa Minna Kawaisou.

42“I’m Shirosaki, call me Shiro. Make it sound like a dog’s name, if you can.” 

The much hyped Spring has finally fallen upon us and as is appropiate, I use the third week of the season to give my “first” impressions on the shows I’m watching.

See here Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou, a show I didn’t plan to watch but ended up doing so anyway for one reason or another.

Following a similar approach to the amazing Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo, Bokura Wa Minna Kawaisou follows our bland slash wishy-washy MC as he ends up in an apartment complex (I’m not entirely sure of why they call it APARTMENT complex as it is literally a single house with different rooms) used by a bunch of weirdos andor social outcasts: Highlights including masochist Shirosaki (Masochist boys are the new craze in aniworld apparently), foul-mouthed lovesick Mayumi (because drunk sexy women are always funny) and resident love interestintelectual bookworm, Haruhi Fujioka Ritsu Kawai.

To be honest, I didn’t like this show at all two weeks back, the humor was hit or miss and it’s everything I’ve seen before. Somehow though, I began to get attached to the characters and I learned to care for the situation they’re in. I doubt that Bokura Wa Minna Kawaisou is going to explore unexplored grounds in both the romance and plot, but aslong as it’s enjoyable it shouldn’t really matter, right?

As for the animation, I don’t understand why people are singing it praises as Brains Base is using the same light filter episode after episode and the actual movements of the animation is nothing special, I guess throwing in some fancy effect is enough to satisfy.

All in all, I will probably see this show through.

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