Is there no love for this show on /a/? It's got some potential.
I liked the first episode,
waiting for FFF to release the 2nd one.
I did too. This whole scene was probably my favorite.
I like how he's abusing his superior,and the animals are funny as well
Hoozuki for Satan.
great episode, but they shitted on european culture.
It's all in good fun though.
I love the OP and ED.
The ending credits this week were hilarious
I loved it.
> shit on European culture
Nah, half the joke was Satan experiencing culture shock. They even spell it out for you. They even used a common western joke about Santa = Satan.
Was it supposed to be fun? I take this appeals to the lolsorandum audience,
I really didn't know what to expect from it, but I like it. It's a little weird, but it's in a good way. Looking forward to watching more of this!
I'm digging it, for sure. The comedy is so Japanese that I end up smiling more than outright laughing, but it's fun and cozy and I like not-Sugita's deadpan.
Enjoy your Peach Boy.
FFF is just Commie in disguise, unfortunately there's nothing better for this show.
I'd rather try to fill in the blanks with CR's genuinely-attempted, if subpar, translation than sit through FFF's hamhanded localisation.
I like it
It's pretty and the OP is fun. And I like the animals.
it's interesting and fun
but it's not at all sensational so it doesn't get threads
it's my favorite of this season though
>live carving of fish
japanese are barbaric
Was it a fish or a plant?
Too Japanese for me. It has nice art and generally I'm interested in more culturally oriented shows, but this just didn't resonate with me.
Also, regarding the reception on /a/, I noticed a severe lack of pantyshots, which might be a reason.
This fucking dog is adorable.
Yeah, so what?
plant of a fish?
I'm sure it has some kind of asian mythical significance
Are you frustrated?
I like it, but if I don't get some horny girls soon I fear I might lose interest.
I really do wonder how the viewer base of the two shows intersect. Personally, I really liked Uchouten Kazoku and I'm also enjoying this series so far. They have pretty similar aesthetics, and a heavy emphasis on Japanese folklore.