And yet again another anime where all the characters are Loli’s. Seriously, the Japanese have some issues to work out, lol.
But anway, this time it’s about Loli’s and their love for Basketball. So yeah, it’s a show about sports. Now, I do happen to like animes that center around sports, but this is something else. It doens’t look sportive at all.
Hell, even the aunt of the one of the main characters (Hasegawa Subaru) looks like a Loli, and yet you see her driving a car from time to time.
But all that aside, it’s drawn pretty good and the storyline isn’t too bad. but it’s definitely not the type of anime you’d want to see 24+ episodes of, because at one point it gets boring.
Plot Summary: Hasegawa Subaru enters a basketball club of Nanashiba High School, but the activity of the club gets suspended because the club leader falls in love with an 11 year old daughter of the coaching teacher. Subaru’s aunt asks him to coach a basketball club of elementary school girls. At first, he is reluctant to teach small girls, but he devotes himself to the club as he knows the complex circumstances of themRead More
A story about a female NEET detective. Right, well.. The show started right away with some action and ended finally explaining the anime. It’s drawn pretty good but i’m having second thoughts about the story.
It’s pretty clear, from what i’ve seen about this show, that they are trying to make the main character, Alice, as Loli as possible. Stuffed animals everywhere, kuma-icons all over her screens and that small and fragile body.. It all pretty much speaks for itself.
Despite all that, I still think that the show is very entertaining and I enjoy watching it.
Plot Summary: Narumi Fujishima is a plain high school boy, who has been isolated in the class. His classmate, Ayaka Shinozaki, invites Narumi to the gardening club and introduces a hikikomori detective named Alice to him.
Alice hires Narumi as an assistant to solve mysterious cases involving an illegal drug “Angel Fix”. But the drug entraps Ayaka into danger.Read More