Apr 9, 2012

Posted by in Acchi Kocchi, Spring Anime 2012 | 3 Comments

Acchi Kocchi

Acchi Kocchi, huh? I liked it. I enjoyed the first episode, even though I sometimes felt that they were trying a bit too hard to squeeze out a few laughs. I think that this anime has potential, and that it will do well with an older audience. Don’t get me wrong, I would probably let my kids watch this, but I think that your average adult (eighteen years and above) would probably be able to grasp the complexity of this show better than someone younger.

Anyway, the artwork is pretty decent. I especially like Tsumiki, one of the show’s main characters. She looks so freakin’ adorable, absolutely unreal. I also believe that the personality fits that character really well, so I have pretty high expectations of this one.

The story is nothing special. It’s just another one of those romantic high school comedies. Don’t get me wrong; there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. In fact; I think that they could do a lot of good with this set-up, especially with characters this good. I’m looking forward to it!

So yeah, okay… I do, believe it or not, recommend this anime. It’s funny, fairly romantic and the characters look very interesting. I think that we can expect a lot of good things from this one. Please guys, do not let me down!

Plot Summary: Wouldn’t you just love to poke in a relationship between two young high schoolers who have a subtle distance between each other? Of course you would. Tsumiki and Io have this subtle distance that anyone would want to jump in between just to bug them. That’s what the other characters are there for. Tsumiki, being a tsundere and all, won’t be honest about her feelings toward Io. Io on the other hand is unaware of Tsumiki’s feelings, hence the subtle distance between the two. Now, let’s watch these two and see what events await them…

  1. Fukou da says:

    I agree, Tsumiki’s so lovable it shouldn’t be legal :3.
    I really looked forward to this show as I usually enjoy 4-koma anime and it didn’t disappoint. This is the just the light hearted kind of thing I’d like to watch after a frustrating day and I just feel like I want to be completely detatched from the world.
    By the way: Does Tsumiki remind anyone else of Konata from Lucky Star in regards of looks?

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