Hey! Guess what? I’m actually still alive! After being cooped up for so long and having seen quite a bit of the spring season, I asked the other writers if we could do a wrap-up of Winter and voice our opinions of the shows we watched.
And contrary to the usual thing about Winter being cold, ours was as hot as… hmm… Ririchiyo in stockings? If you have not noticed, I’m a very lenient rater so my rating for anime will seem rather high, but I look at it from a really wide perspective. How much I liked and enjoyed the show xD てへぺろ （･ω＜） The other writers will be adding opinions too so pardon the really random scores.
(No more greetings until I think of cooler ones) This episode is basically a Miu centered episode with her going on a date. But relax all you Miu lover, it is just Nimura trying to cheer her up after she seemed dull.
This episode has the label “Light-Hearted but contains serious themes” all over it. So, I will try approaching it with this cattle prod.
Time for a double episode review special for PapaKiki. As soon as I’m done with these, I will be finally back on schedule. Yay! Now you may be wondering about the title of this post, it has great meaning to episode 8 and is a K-ON dub reference.
Seeing that episode 7 and 8 are both linked, it does not hurt to put them together, after all this means double the cuteness.
This show is completely different from what haters expected. Like the last episode, this once again proves that Papakiki is more than moe. Wow, I think I repeat myself way to often.
I have to admit this episode managed to get a little bleary-eyed. I mean just looked at what happened.
Hah! I get to say it at last! Just like a K-ON reviewer back in the day I get to say those words. This show aint (just) a moe blob, pardon my dreadful engrish.
The themes in it are not all light and fluffy and the characters are not one dimensional. All this is in my opinion only ok? Not yours, mine. ^^;
Something I really need to remind myself whenever I watch this show. Those girls are just 3, 10 and 14. Despite their looks, they are still kids and this episode pretty much reminded me of this whole point.
I have to say Yuuta is a really lucky guy, I mean waking up with Sora hugging your arm? That is just, so damn lucky.
When we left of last time, it was the touching part already, however this show does not want to let go of your heart strings so easily but let’s save that for later! So far I have to say that I am extremely glad that PapaKiki has 26 episodes, because every episode just let you feel so relaxed, like it somewhat heals you.
Since we left of, Yuuta managed to man up and take care of the three girls, in the process, pissing off every single of the girls relatives. On the bright side, the girls will still be together. But I have to say that guy has balls, but does not really think ahead.
Remember back at the first post about PapaKiki, the part where I said that the characters only have on trait and that the show might make me feel really emotional near the end? Turns out I was dead wrong. As dead as those girls parents. (Missing more like, but I wanted to be punny!)
Listen to me girls, I’m your father! That is a name that immediately sets of loli alarms. This is another anime on my list for a simple reason. There are cute girls and there are cute girls. Surprisingly, this show is a lot deeper than that.