They are by far the best anime! We counts down the best anime to come out all the time, including the likes of Asa made Jugyou Chu!, Seitokai Yakuindomo OVA, Seitokai Yakuindomo* OVA, and more!
3: Asa made Jugyou Chu!
MAL Score: 6.09
The story revolves around Yuuki Kagami, a boy who enrolls in the academy of his dreams as a honors student — and is mistakenly put in the girls’ dormitory where boys are prohibited. Faced with the possibility of having to leave the school, Yuuki has to dress up as a girl in the dormitory. On top of things, he ends up rooming with the female teacher Ayana Kakinozaka, who has to watch over him.
well see how he manages it in a 1 episode OVA. Wished there were more.
Simple themes, little to no plot and flawless fan-service will always bring in an audience filled with hormone raging males, sometimes a few ladies.
I think the problem with the anime audience now a days is that a majority of anime titles are aimed at the male audience in one way or another. Rarely do we get to view material that is worth watching and doesn’t fall between average and good. I use “Good” as more of an average term because its neither great, very good or amazing.
Regardless, why not give fan-service a try every now and then, its good for your boner.
Yuuki, the androgynous boy lands himself in a split school, where he is mistaken for a girl. He manages to get the attention of two very blessed women and hilarity ensues. I find it hard to sit through nonsensical fanservice gibberish and feel that the comedy for this short OVA was the only redeeming quality.
As for animation goes there really is nothing special, if you actually took the time to view this you were probably preoccupied with massive breasts instead of the scenery. The story and characters were average at best, not anything particular stood out to me. But in reality you need something average or bad every now and then otherwise you lose sight of what is true quality.
On another note, lets talk about awkward moments. Ever been shackled to a woman with cow tits while you fall into dreamland? Probably not. Ever been shackled to a woman with cow tits while she rolls onto you and her undergarments magically fall off? Definitely not. I’m a huge fan of comedy and moments like this are hard to watch but they still get me to chuckle here and there.
The sexual quirks and awkward moments and a delicious trap gave me some enjoyment but really its just average.
If you’re into large breasts and fan-service this is up your alley.
Art: Good 7.
You know why.
Sound: Good 7.
I guess I kinda like the cutesy voices of the cast.
Character: Pathetic 1.
Well, I kinda hate the fact that the teacher, Kakinozaka Ayan is poster child for a bimbo, she has a hot body but has an IQ of an 8 year old. As for Kagami Yuuki, I guess you might say that he is in a position where every guy under going puberty would wanna be, but he’s too stupid to even take advantage of his situation co’z he fears being kick-out from the prestigious school where he is staying. I kinda like Takabane Risa to be Yuuki’s love interest, but I kinda hate the fact that the author made her a lesbian.
Enjoyment and Overall: Dreadful 2.
Since this is only a 1 off OVA, there isn’t much of it to make out of it, since the author is only banking on the fanservice, but hey! You like the fan service and don’t mind that this OVA’s lack of any sense into it, then enjoy, overall this is OVA is “FOREPLAY”……….I may have said that already.
2: Seitokai Yakuindomo OVA
Japanese: 生徒会役員共 OAD
MAL Score: 7.78
It is the start of Takatoshi Tsuda’s second year as the put-upon vice president of the student council and his sister Kotomi is entering school as a first year. New friends and double entendres are made.
It is always a grand move when anime series release OVA episodes as means of taking more risks with their audience along the way and present something that is a bit edgier and riskier without being too radical. SYD did just that and then some. Honestly, if you’re not at all feeling shocked and amused with “Dried Squid and Takatoshi” mini arc, then perhaps it’s best for you to switch to one of those Marvel or DC Animation realms.
Anyway, let’s keep this review short because there’s still Season 2 to binge-watch literally after writing this review.
I do have two reasons for why I don’t think the ovas and season 1 are equally as good. The first being that the one reoccurring segment kind of gets old fast and it’s not nearly as funny as the other jokes. The second being that the animation and art quality seemed to drop a little in the last episode or two. A lot of scenes seemed to be really grainy compared to scenes from previous episodes. These are the only complaints I have.
If you liked season 1, check this out. I think you’ll enjoy it like I did.
The OVA directly adapts several chapters in the 4-koma, and possibly could have added some anime-original scenes I couldn’t point out anymore because in contrast to last time, the segments are more focused on the gags of the Student Council themselves and not some random unimportant illusionary characters. In a surprising turn of events however, I think that the quality of the jokes’ executions were a big leap compared to the first season. Everything was delivered at a faster pace and gives enough leeway to set up for the next punchline.
Since this OVA also covers the times the manga’s episodic nature becomes more lengthy in duration, everything was better because it does not become confusing as much as the first series. Story arcs were also introduced and provided much of the character relationship development I felt was lacking in SYD. Not to say that it is significant whatsoever, as this is still a comedy, but the Tsuda-Shino moments seem to have increased, making everything have much more motive in plot progression. The sex jokes may be smart, but their effect won’t last for long.
One of the reasons why everything felt more funny was the voice actors, who seem to have handled their characters with more conviction than the original. Particular praise for Satomi Arai for her improved iteration of Hata, who was already a funny character but her effort in making the resident paparazzi more expressive than her 4-koma counterpart made it better. The music was more or less the same, but it was never that important to begin with.
The inclusion of a new character, Uomi (who, later on gets a much more significant role so keep an eye out for her) was very welcome to the cast. Not that I’m being biased because she’s voiced by Chiwa Saito or anything, but her appearance adds some new chemistry (and friction! Finally!) to the mostly-lewd characters.
SYD’s first OVA spans eight episodes, so it might as well be a new season. It obviously learned well from its previous mistakes, and did a better job of adapting the manga while being a solid comedy show all in all, making me even more stoked to continue with the show’s second season.
1: Seitokai Yakuindomo* OVA
Japanese: 生徒会役員共＊ OAD
MAL Score: 7.88
OVAs of Seitokai Yakuindomo* which were either bundled with the limited editions of the manga volumes or as standalone OVAs.
The only main point I can really make about this set of ovas is that they take place before Shino and Aria graduate. I’m just assuming that they are extra adventures that weren’t shown previously. Besides for that, there’s nothing else to really mention. Side note: The somewhat stupid Tseuda and squid segment is gone except for like one last appearance; I’m thankful for that.
I obviously enjoyed this or at least I should’ve if I’m still watching the series. If you’ve loved loved all the previous installments like I have, watch this last set of ovas and enjoy the comedy, characters, and such that you’ve come to love.
Man vs Female Logic
Seitokai Yakuindomo is a ribaldry, or blue comedy. The anime focuses on the life of high school students, where the main character is a guy. Surrounded by girls, Tsuda tries to enjoy his high school life. However, do not even compare Seitokai Yakuindomo with banal harem anime. Seitokai Yakuindomo is very similar to South Park; both have humor that can be described as ‘this is too much,’ but there is still something special about them, which makes it like a forbidden fruit.
There is no story. Everything, story wise, has been mentioned long time ago in the first season. From the first season, it continues to be that kind of a show, where character dialogues play a very important role. Indeed, what else would you expect from a school that has been ‘all-girls’ for a long time and now these girls see a boy and can talk to him for the first time. Of course, it will be a number of perverted dialogues from the side of the girls and Tsuda will need to cope with it.
All in all, it is that trash comedy that you will not want to discuss with your friends, but there is still something that makes you want to watch it. So if you like blue and trash comedies, make sure to watch this anime from the very first season.
Storywise, no development on the plot, in fact the OVA itself took a step backwards, I mean, the toilet humor was still there, the naughty gags were still the usual, the green slap sticks haven’t change, so it’s just a mediocre (5) all the way.
Art, mediocre 5, what do you expect? Some panty shots or fanservce, not in here, except the usual eye candy girl’s school uniform.
Sound, rating is the same as above……..it’s the same seiyuus, dummies. also I have neither love or hate for the opening and closing theme.
Character, also a 5…..and not even the addition of the other student council president, Uomi from Eiryou High School’, makes any difference.
Enjoyment, also a 5 , cu’z , watching this was more of a chore than and enjoyment, besides , what’s there to enjoy, when there hasn’t been any development, in any of the genre.
Overall, Amakusa, Shino and Shichijou, Aria have already graduated in the last season, so for studio Go Hands to take a step backwards , instead of continuing from where the two have graduated would have given this OVA a new lease in it’s enjoyment, somehow breaking the mediocre, also I kinda hate it that Studio Go Hand is going wishy washy on this anime, and now they’re making an upcoming movie of this series, now, why do I have a feeling that they might change their minds again and opt for another sequel? Sheees , no more pls, the fact that they can go forward without the two makes this OVA as lame as a poor 3 in may book.
Tong, tong, tong, prrt, prrt, prrt
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1. Seitokai Yakuindomo* OVA
2. Seitokai Yakuindomo OVA
3. Asa made Jugyou Chu!