Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji
I started watching this and I immediately realized that this was primarily created for girls. It is so annoyingly obvious that it I actually started to get distracted by what was happening around me instead of keeping my eyes on my screen.
I really have no problems with the artwork. The characters look nice, their expressions are pretty funny and it is pretty detailed from what I’ve seen so far. Not at all bad for a studio that has very little titles on its name.
The story, as stated above, is definitely aimed towards girls. I don’t think that there are many guys out there that want to know why that girl lies to other girls in order to fit in. I for one don’t really care about that. The only thing that interested me is that Erika, the heroine, forced herself into an awkward position where she has to obey Kyouya, the protagonist, as though her life depends on it.
Girls don’t need me, a guy, to tell them to go watch this. They’d probably get hissy fits anyway. It looks like a promising comedy, so I am giving this a chance. I suggest you do the same.
Plot Summary: Erika talks to her friends about boyfriends and romance, but in all her sixteen years she’s never actually dated anyone. She thought her lies had reached a limit until one day she takes a surreptitious video of a good looking guy she saw in town. She brags that he’s her boyfriend, but it turns out that his name’s Kyōya Sata and he’s just transferred to her school. She tells him what’s going on and offers to admit to her lie, but it turns out that under his sweet exterior, he’s actually a malicious sadist. Seizing on Erika’s weakness, he orders her to be his dog.