To Love Ru Complete Collection Anime DVD Review

I think I hit my saturation point with romantic fanservice comedies that included the very common set up of one wishy-washy guy surrounded by many attractive women sometime between 2009 and 2010. Even before then it was a group that could be rather hit or miss with me. There were those which brought a chuckle and a smile (among them Girls Bravo, Happy Lesson [other than the ending], and the granddaddy of them all, Tenchi Muyo!), while others fell rather flat. But it was in the past couple years, after being subjected to Omamori Himari, Asobi ni Ikuyo! (retitled Cat Planet Cuties for American consumption), Demon King Daimao, and Baka and Test – Summon the Beasts, that I think I have largely had enough. I enjoy seeing attractively designed female characters, but the “funny adventures” they have in the company of a milquetoast or indecisive, muddle-headed idiot no longer hold any attraction for me. I don’t care if they all fall into an inescapable black hole.



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