SeijakuF's Mahoraba Tv Review

Rated: 9

Mahoraba has a lot of different elements in its story. This is a good thing since watching another Maison Ikkoku would not really be that interesting, now would it? There's humor, drama- a bit of everything. And guess what? They all work. I've laughed so hard my stomach hurt, cried like a baby, thinked hard about certain situations. While Mahoraba is no complex series, it has a deeper meaning there too and leaves the viewer to choose how to see the current situation.
Mahoraba is easy to view, simple enough to show to your friends who are new to anime- but at the same time it's refreshing in it's own special way and offers new stuff to the otakus as well. The episodes follow a certain path but there's still enough room for altering the story to keep it interesting.

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Ladholyman's Mahoraba Tv Review

Rated: 10

This is the epitome of the harem genre. Every character is so memorable. Sure, Shiratori needs some testicles (like I said before), but the way he bags the women is hilarious. He is not a wuss, but a slob. The four personalities of Kozue add to the hilarity factor too. I can`t find humor at the plight of poor people, but this show does teach some deep moral lessons. Shooting Star Johnny needs to let the old man Haibara talk for once. Tamami is scary, Shiratori`s Friends A, B, and C crack me up, and all I need now is an obligatory beach episode and I`ll be in heaven. AND LO AND BEHOLD, EPISODE 12!

There are no explosions, no real deep prodding plot (up to the fourteenth episode anyways), no life-threatening conflict, and no robots.

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