Even though Valentine’s day is over I decided to do a video listing my favorite anime love stories. Also see if you can hear my dad knocking on my door while I was recording. Plus comment down below on what your favorite anime love story is.
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Hey everyone! So I’m apart of this group named OWLs (Otaku Warriors for Liberty and Self Respect) and each month we have a theme and then we talk about that theme with references to Anime or pop culture.
For the month of July the theme is Mirrors and what do you see by way of self confidence, self acceptance, and other things. I decided to talk about this topic using the anime Paradise Kiss. So check out my video on the topic and in the description box of my video are the links to the OWLs social media pages as well as mine. So enjoy!
So as I’m sure everyone has something or another going on in their life so I would like to know what anime or anime’s describe your life currently?
For me there is really one anime that dis similar to my life right now and that is Paradise Kiss.
I guess this is because the main character is dealing with so much in her life and isn’t sure what she should really do with her life. I’m sure that many others have felt this way as well.
But what anime fits your life right now? I would love to know. Comment down below and I can’t wait to read your answers.
So I’m sure we all know and have seen anime’s that have the same theme or cliche’ around it but we still enjoy it.
Now what I means why these recurring cliche’s are genres such as action shows that have the recurring theme of a hero that has someone to beat so they have to get stronger to beat that enemy. Then the theme just continues until the show ultimately ends.
Many times these cliche’s can appear differently but they still have the same ultimate ending. Now the question that I have is what anime cliche’ would you like to see end or changed?
For me I would have to say the romantic comedy genre since even though I do enjoy a good romance anime I would still love to see them genre get a makeover or not be so predictable.
Some shows have changed this genre around and actually did make the show less predictable or took it further than normal. Those shows were Paradise Kiss
& Itazura Na Kiss.
If you haven’t seen them check them out!
But what anime cliche’s do you wish would end or how would you like to see them changed? Like how would it be if the hero actually lost instead of won or if all the characters didn’t survive in the end? Comment down below with your answers I can’t wait to read them!
There are of course several different anime’s out there and of course different lengths but which do you like best? Long or short ones?
For me it depends on the day or what I’m in the mood for. For example I enjoy long anime’s like Bleach, Naruto, and Fairy Tail.
But I also like short anime’s like Paradise Kiss, Angel Beats, and Another.
I like long anime’s because I feel like I get to know the characters more and plus long anime’s definitely keep me occupied a lot longer. The cons of a long anime though is that the story lines can go on for too long and then of course there are the filler episodes.
Now when it comes to short anime’s I like them because I can finish them within a few days and the story line many times gets right to the point. Then con of short anime’s though is that well I know I miss it when it’s over. Also sometimes I don’t get to know the characters like I thought I would.
But which do you all like more? Leave your comments down below and I will answer you back
Yay!!! I finally got around to watching an anime that I have been meaning to watch for a while now and that’s Paradise Kiss. I had first heard about Paradise Kiss while looking for a good romance anime to watch but I wasn’t able to find a good website to watch it on. But finally I was able to and it was worth the wait. Also just to let you know there will be a few spoilers so if you don’t want to know about it then you may not want to read this review.
Here is the synopsis:
“Yukari is a typical high-school student who listens to her parents and attends school everyday. As she starts to question her way of life, she encounters a group of fashion design students who have a clothing label known as “Paradise Kiss”. The group needs to find a model to showcase their designs in an up-coming fashion show and decides to pick Yukari. Initially, Yukari is reluctant to be associated with this seemingly eccentric group, but eventually she realises they are really nice people. Furthermore, their passion and enthusiasm to follow their ideals and dreams make Yukari realise that she has not been enjoying her life and thus motivates her to pursue her own dreams. The story follows Yukari as she gets involved in the group and eventually falls in love with the leader, George.”
While Paradise Kiss may seem like your run of the mill romance anime it actually goes a lot deeper than that. It’s a good coming to age anime to show how many high schoolers may feel when they aren’t for sure where their life is supposed to go next or if they are just doing what they are doing because of their parents. I definitely felt that way while in high school and I feel that way now and I’m an adult.
Also the romance with Yukari and George while it does happen fast it still gets you excited as a viewer as to what will happen next with them. George is a strange character because he is very mellow toned and your not for sure where he is coming from at times. At one point he has completely fallen for Yukari and in another scene he is not sure about her. It keeps you on your toes since there are many times during the series that I thought they were going to break up.
Paradise Kiss also had the perfect mix of characters where they were very comedic but it didn’t take away from the drama or romance in the show. It made it much more light hearted and I looked forward to those moments.
The music in the show was also amazing! I loved the opening song! It had a nice beat to it that made me not mind listening to it for 12 episodes.
Now the most surprising thing about Paradise Kiss had to be the ending. The two main characters Yukari and George who are the main couple in the show don’t end up together at the end. Due to certain circumstances they end up going their separate ways and at first I didn’t like this since I invested 12 episodes into this couple but then once I thought about it, I realized that I was glad that they didn’t end up together. George taught Yukari a lot about herself and what she wanted to do with her life and I think that is what he was there to do. There is no denying that they loved each other but they weren’t meant to stay together.
Now I did watch Paradise Kiss dubbed and it was good! The voices to me worked well with the characters. Also the show is rated R 17+ due to profanity and there is a few sex scenes but nothing raunchy so don’t worry but if your someone that doesn’t like that kind of thing then you may want to skip this show.
But overall I give this show an 9.5/10. Paradise Kiss wasn’t your regular shoujo anime and it made me think about when I was in high school. So check out Paradise Kiss if you haven’t already. So comment down below what you thought of this review or let me know what you thought of this show. Like always I will answer back.