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9/10: A Pleasant Experience While I...
Thursday, August 10, 2017

A Pleasant Experience While I don't really watch anime much, I found myself liking this one. Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid is an anime series distributed by Kyoto Animation. The series revolves around a young woman named Kobayashi, a programmer working for a coding company. After an especially grievous work day, Kobayashi goes out to drink; following a couple rounds, Kobayashi finds herself in the forest where she discovers a dragon. The dragon had a sword thrust in its side; despite the dragon's warning that attempting to remove the sword would drive her insane, Kobayashi successfully removes it, which the dragon interpret as her having a lack of faith. Out of gratitude, the dragon becomes her maid. Yeah? How can the dragon even hope to do that? By shapeshifting, of course! Basically, the dragon transforms itself into a young human-like girl named Tohru.Now, there are several aspects of the anime that I liked. Take the characters...

7/10: Fish-out-of-Water Hijinks...
Friday, April 7, 2017

Fish-out-of-Water Hijinks This review will be extremely short, not because the show lacks anything worth dedicating a detailed analysis on, but because no matter how much I elaborate on why it works, at the core of it all, the reasoning is so simple that it's almost unfathomable to think that so many creators are missing this key ingredient in their works. Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid is FUN, plain and simple.That's it, that's the magical formula. It turns out that after all the overzealous attempts at trying to make "mature/2deep4u" anime to be accepted by a general audience, all it really takes to win people over, in the end, is less cynicism and more unadulterated fun. Using the fish-out-of-water foundation for its story, the show introduces us to a bevy of mythical dragons that take on human forms. After stumbling around in a forest in a drunken stupor from...

10/10: Slice of life You know...
Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Slice of life You know it's not everyday an anime can surprise someone. Kobayashi San no maid dragon is one of them. A nice change of pace from the normal or suspenseful kind using blood, and gore. Far from it. A tale of a woman named Kobayashi who befriends reluctantly two dragons in human form. Torhu, and Kanna. Torhu is a kind, yet often confused female dragon who believes that humans are worthless to the extreme. All except for her room mate employer Kobayashi since they first met. Torhu doesn't know why she is so different from the rest of the human race but mostly for the simple reason her benefactor is not estranged from the fact that she is a dragon.The tale moves along in friendly ways when another younger dragon named Kanna comes into the picture. A much smaller, and innocent female who likes school, and her new friend who she faced off with on...

7/10: A cute and memorable show...
Monday, March 11, 2019

A cute and memorable show At first, this anime might seem like a stupid show with a bunch of fanservice so that all the fans can continue to watch it, and in some ways it is. But I was surprised how much heart this anime has. It explored subjects that you wouldn't expect in this show. Like if it 's worth spending time with someone if you know that the person will die long before you do. The friendships feel much more realistic because of that. Fafnir and Takiya weren't too friendly to each other which made their relationship realistic. And even though Kobayashi and Tohru's relation was much more friendly, it made sense with their characters. The shorter scenes also helped the story to feel more realistic. Cause not every action you do is going to affect the next.But even though most of the characters felt very realistic, they all had character flaws, motivations, multisided...

8/10: Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid...
Friday, April 14, 2017

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid Kobayashi is an ordinary office worker who one day has a bit of a shock; she looks out from her balcony and sees a huge dragon! This dragon then transforms into an attractive woman who tells Kobayashi that her name is Tohru. It turns out that this isn't the first time they met; Kobayashi had previously seen the dragon during a drunken walk in the mountains during which she invited the dragon to stay. Tohru starts acting as Kobayashi's maid. Tohru's methods are a little unusual and some of the food she cooks disturbs Kobayashi notably dishes made from her own tail. Over the course of the series more dragons are introduced and they all get up to a series of amusing events.This light-hearted anime series was a lot of fun; the story isn't particularly deep but there are plenty of laughs to be had and a good collection...

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