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Japanese Title: Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyou Dekinai
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The origin of her name- Let’s not talk about it.
Ao-chan is high school girl and bothered by her father, an erotic novel author, so she studies hard to be able to attend a prestigious university and finally start living on her own, away form her father.
‘Youth? Boy-Girl relationships? I don’t know about such things!’ That’s what Ao-chan thought until that one day, when the Kijima, prince of the class, confesses his love to her. Kijima’s approach is to not read the situation at all and while Ao-chan tries to keep studying her perverted imagination runs wild with her!
Another short series and one I wanted to watch since I saw the first trailer. Kijima looks like a pretty boy and I love pretty boys. Characters like Ao-chan are also something I enjoy because they want to be strong on their own but then love comes in their way and they react awkward… So yeah, I did enjoy the first episode, even if I think the dad is horrible. I guess that’s kind of the point in this story, so I won’t hate him too much. I can’t wait to see how Ao-chan’s love unfolds!
Definitely recommended if you want to watch a simple love comedy series, which doesn’t take much time and won’t let you take if to seriously.
In an ecchi anime with a difference, our main character Ao-chan has a slight warped view of the world thanks to putting up with her erotica-writing father. She claims that there is no need to enjoy her adolescence, and wants to get away from her household as quickly as she can. In a strange twist of fate, the guy who is crushing on her actually seems to respect her as a person and doesn’t see her as a simple sex object.
The original author of the manga is female and it shows: Ao-chan is cute and naturally sexy in a way that differs from most ecchi shows. I think the fanservice will be enjoyable, but I can’t say yet whether it can keep me here for the whole series. The real MVP here is the pervy dad. His perverted nature, childish tantrums, and fatherly concern make him an absolute mess of a character and it’s great!