Thank you once more, Japan. I can already tell that I’m going to enjoy this. Hell, I’m almost completely sold. I’m already trying to see of this fits into my writing schedule. I could definitely see myself writing about Noragami.
I have no problems whatsoever with the artwork. The scenery looks great, the details get two thumbs up and I love… No… I worship Hiyori-chan. She is the complete package. She’s basically everything you would want to see in a heroine. Hell yeah!
The story does not lag behind whatsoever. It’s interesting! It’s not one of those stories that’s been done a million times. Well, maybe it is, but the author clearly gave it a unique spin. I could definitely see myself watching this just for the story. I’m already thinking about the next episode…
Yeah. It’s definitely worth the watch. That is why I recommend Noragami. It’s funny, it’s packed with subtle panty flashes, it has action and adventure… Seriously, could you possible wish for more? It would be wrong if you did. Just click away your porn for half an hour and give the first episode a shot.
Plot Summary: At the boundary between this realm and another, there live eight million gods, dead spirits who serve the gods, and other assorted spirits who help and meddle in the affairs of humans. A sweet middle school girl named Hiyori Iki has been enduring bullying from her classmates, and she goes to the restroom by herself to cry. Scrawled on the bathroom wall is a phone number and the message, “I solve your troubles.”
After Hiyori calls the number, she encounters a homeless boy wearing a jersey who calls himself a god. The boy, named Yato, is rough, moody, lazy, and never listens to anyone’s wishes, but he had the power to be a god… that no one knew of.