Juuou Mujin no Fafnir
I got to say; this season sure has a lot of dragon-related anime. What is up with that? This one turned out to be less enjoyable than some of the others. It just didn’t really interest me from start to finish.
The artwork is alright. It’s not great and it’s not that bad. The characters may seem a little plain, but I am afraid that they could work a bit more on the details. Sometimes just don’t look very nice.
I think another problem with this show is the story. It is very vague and kind of hard to follow. Not only is it hard to follow because it’s vague, it is also hard to stay interested enough to keep watching without looking away for a few seconds.
Only die-hard fantasy fans would definitely want to watch this from start to finish. I for one am not sure. I am giving the second episode a chance and after that I’ll just see whether or not I drop this one.
Plot Summary: With the sudden appearance of the monsters that came to be called Dragons, the world had completely changed. Before long, within the human race supernatural girls with the power of the dragons, called “D,” were born. The secret existence of the only male “D,” the boy Mononobe Yuu, was forcefully thrown into the school where the girls of “D” gathered—Midgar, where he saw the naked body of one of the students, Iris. Furthermore, meeting his long-lost sister Mitsuki, Yuu seems to have been enrolled into this school…?! “When there’s really no other choice, Iris, I will—kill you.” “Can I really… believe you?” The curtains open as the “one and only story” about the boy who was supposed to become the strongest assassin and the incompetent girl unfolds—! Unlimited School Battle Action!