Nanaka 6/17 ✧ Review

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Hi everyone~ This is review number four, this time with an anime entitled “Nanaka 6/17”. The genres are Comedy/Romance/Drama/School Life/Slice of Life/Shounen.

I was looking through some old drawings of mine and found an old one of Nanaka, so I hunted this one up and watched it in a single sitting (´◠ω◠`)

The anime is produced by J.C Staff. The anime has a total runtime of ~25 minutes per episode. It’s about a 17-year-old girl named Nanaka who gets brain damage and her mental age regresses to that of a six-year-old. With the help of her friend Nenji, she tries to live a normal life while going through the struggles of high school and growing up all over again. It’s a cute and enjoyable show but not without it’s flaws. Let’s read on, shall we?

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Aiura ✧ Review

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Hi everyone (´∀`)♡ This is my second anime review.

I’ll be tackling an anime called “Aiura”, a Slice Of Life/Comedy about the daily lives of the three main characters. Yup, it’s another one of those moe slice of life’s featuring uber-desu girls.

The show has a runtime of four minutes, including the OP and ED. The studio that animated it is Liden Films.

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Ai Mai Mi ✧ Review

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Hi everyone! This is officially my first review and post on this blog (・∀・)

So today, I’ll be reviewing this anime called “Ai Mai Mi”, categorized as a Slice of Life/Comedy. Don’t let the genres fool you though. This is hardly a slice of life, and not an ordinary comedy. I’ll also be tackling the second season Mousou Catastrophe as well, and although the second season is still ongoing, it’s basically the same format.

The anime is by studio Seven and has a runtime of three minutes per episode.

The story is about three girls – Ai, Mai, and Mi, along with Ponoka-senpai who pops up occasionally – and their misadventures during their spare time at their manga club. This is probably one of the weirdest animes I have ever seen.

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