Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Series Review

Bunny Girl Senpai - Episode 1 - Mai Sakurajima and Sakuta Azusagawa

He's Met His Dream Girl Just As She's About To Disappear, And That's Just The Start Of Their Problems

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Awakening From A Dream, And Life Goes On

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episode 13 Review - Kaede is awake and Sakuta is left to figure out where to go from here.

A Journey Forward Equals The You Now Being Abandoned

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episode 12 Review - Kaede is one of those very special characters who only comes around so incredibly rarely. And after making us all fall in love with her we are now faced with losing the Kaede we know and love. Way to crush our hearts one episode before the end Bunny Girl Senpai.

The Panda Girl Removes Her Armour

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai episode 11 review - While this episode is definitely focused on Kaede, it doesn't do this to the exclusion of the other stories bubbling away. I think that is something of a strength of this series that even when it has a clear focus it manages to balance a range of ideas in the background so that the world continues to feel rich and lived in.

Bunny Girl Is Simple, It’s Complicated, It’s Like Life

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episode 10 Review: Sakuta is just about ready for this latest round of adolescent syndrome to end. While Bunny Girl complies, it is going to take dancing idols, crying sisters, and one slapped Sakuta to make it happen.

The Grass Might Look Greener From Your Side of the Fence

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episode 9 Review: Mai's in it again, but this time the source of her problems is her younger half-sister who for whatever reason is now in her body. And just when Sakuta was looking forward to going to school with Mai.

Bunny Girl Isn’t About Getting What You Want

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episode 8 Review: Time and time again I think about how great Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai has been. The characters are solidly constructed and while they are most definitely character types they are each treated respectfully, the interactions and dialogue between them are golden, and the overall story never allows itself to get bogged down for too long as we move smoothly from one arc to the next.

How To Build A Fascinating Harem Starting With A Bunny Girl

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Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episodes 6 and 7If I needed any more convincing that Bunny Girl Senpai was an anime worth watching this season, episode 6 which concluded the Laplace's Demon Arc and episode 7 which introduces a new problem for Sakuta to solve and adds two new additions to his … Continue reading How To Build A Fascinating Harem Starting With A Bunny Girl

Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai Episode 5: The Real Fake

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There's something fairly brilliant about this show when it delivers what I worried it would do and yet manages to make me appreciate it anyway. Sakurajima Mai is in fact sidelined quite substantially this episode, being sent off to film on location elsewhere after an early scene with Sakuta and then literally just getting to phone it in for the remainder of the episode. And yet, this didn't hurt the show as much as I feared it would.

Friday’s Feature: 3 Reasons That Bunny Girl Anime is Worth Trying This Season

Bunny Girl Senpai - Episode 1 - Mai Sakurajima and Sakuta Azusagawa

While it has probably become apparent from my episodic coverage of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, this absurdly titled school-romance-comedy thing with a bit of the supernatural thrown in has really managed to grab my attention in a season packed with titles that I was greatly looking forward to. The anime I … Continue reading Friday’s Feature: 3 Reasons That Bunny Girl Anime is Worth Trying This Season