Okay, so the child-oni turned out to be a bust last week but the addition of a back-pack sized dragon gave this show a nice boost back into being the single most adorable thing ever. Not to mention, despite introducing new cast members, Mii-Kun managed a decent amount of screen time in this episode and we finally see Sora considering his loneliness and history a little bit more seriously.
Add in that Motegi is a fun supporting cast member in her own right and I’m glad she got a bit more of a role this time round rather than just being an obstacle for hiding Mii-Kun’s existence. Her reaction to lizards and then the dragon were also pretty amusing even if they were completely overblown even by this anime’s standards.
However, this show wouldn’t be itself if it didn’t bring the two together in the end. I would like to know more about Tazuki’s deal with the dragon (though we know he did get scarred previously the details were a bit limited).
All and all, this was a nice recovery for the show and we’re back to blissfully cuteness.
- Episode 4: And Without The Star What is Left?
- Episode 3: The Word Cute Will Not Appear In This Review Even Though Mii-Kun is The Cutest Ever
- Episode 2: There’s No Real Story But It Remains Pretty Cute
- Episode 1: That’s Adorable and I Want One
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