Kiss Him, Not Me Episode 12 Review:
This one I am happy to see Kiss Him, Not Me finish.
I’m going to take the positive from this series. She didn’t change. Her fundamental character stayed completely stagnant so at least it isn’t one of those stories where the girl utterly transforms herself because of the guy/s in her life.
Of course, that means we watched 12 episodes with absolutely no character development from our fairly one dimensional protagonist while the other characters around her at times looked like they were making progress before they also regressed to their basic natures’. Oh well. This final episode at least has all the characters confess and they all get to go on a date before Serinuma turns the lot of them down because she realises her true love is the anime character she liked before any of this happened. Great. Done. Just need to review the series now and I can move on.
Kiss Him, Not Me is available on Crunchyroll.
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9 thoughts on “Kiss Him, Not Me Episode 12”
I just suddenly realized now that you’re right. There was no character development from Serinuma. I did like the concept of a fujoshi being liked by multiple guys though. The anime was very funny, so that made up for the lack of character development in my opinion.
I applaud you sticking with this show for the entirety of it and I did enjoy reading your thoughts on each episode. The ending sounds bland but not outright bad.
Bland but not bad is a pretty good description of the final episode.
I watched the first episode of this show and couldn’t bring myself to go any further. I don’t know how you did it, but well done!! ;D
I didn’t watch this series, having peeked at the manga and deciding it wasn’t for me, but enjoyed this review. Thanks for sticking with it.
Frustrating but predictable end. I guess you’re right that a sudden change in her character wouldn’t have made sense, but I was hoping for at least a little progress.Honestly if I was any of the guys I would be so done with her by now.
Yes, it is hard to take any of the suitors seriously given they are pursuing someone who does not think of them at all.
I commend your persistence, Karandi. I guess you’ll explain in your full review what made you stick with it as long as you did.
Morbid curiosity maybe.