First Episode(s) Review for: Kamigami no Asobi
A young shrine maiden who is following the path of the sword rather than getting ready for her entrance exams, is transported by an ancient sword to some form of Hogwarts’s cross with the playboy mansion but for young girls, in this case she is alone with a wide variety of very hot young men and the odd flying horse, it turns out that they are all young gods here to be taught about humans BY humans what could go wrong
This series is filled with the clear bright animation that makes me wish I lived in an anime world, not too shinny but just enough so that you think every day will be a bright new future, detail where it needed but not over done or seemingly trying too hard, A very nice middle ground with good use of light.
If it’s got a plot I have not yet found one, that might be because I’m rolling around on the floor at the sheer “teenage girls fantasy” nature of the environment, of particular note was the stunned “it’s so big” line when the flying stallion is standing next to the girl..
Lots of slow piano tinkles going on in the background (I honestly was expecting to hear Barry White a couple of times)
Reminds me of:
Anime often makes me chuckle in that it is seen to cater only to a male hetero audience but the number of truly beautiful young males is nearly equal to the number of imposable women, and this is a fun example of the former. easy watching
Disclaimer: These are mini reviews of anime’s that are fresh out in Japan and are not licensed in the UK, buy them once they have been licensed or at the very least buy the merchandise, remember if the anime makers make a loss, THEY WILL STOP MAKING ANIME!!