Dog Days 3
Only a matter of time before Dog Days got yet another season. The first two were rather successful and the demand for more was pretty big. If this season does as good as the last two then a fourth season is definitely not out of the question.
The artwork is what I liked most. I watched both season of Dog Days so I can say with utmost confidence that the artwork is really nice. The characters look interesting and cute, the world in which the story unfolds looks really good and the level of detail is surprisingly high. I have no complaints about the artwork.
The story is so simple that I would even let my little niece watch this stuff. It is harmless. It’s just twenty minutes of good, harmless fun each week. Nothing wrong with that.
Do I recommend this? Sure. I wouldn’t want to write about it because I wouldn’t know what to say, but that doesn’t stop me from watching it. I suggest you give it a try.
Plot Summary: In the land of Fronaldo, the Republic of Biscotti has been aggressively attacked by the Lion Kingdom of Galette. Facing potential defeat, Princess Millhiore summons a hero who can save the country. What she gets is Izumi Shinku, a middle-school boy from Japan. Awaiting him in Fronaldo is the task of becoming hero enough to defeat his enemies while learning the peculiar rules of battle in this strange new world.