Uchi no Musume Review Episodes 11 + 12

Latina Returns Home

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If It’s For My Daughter, I’d Even Defeat a Demon Lord Episodes 11 + 12

Despite these two episodes being the end of the season, Uchi no Musume didn’t really change its tone in the slightest. That isn’t really a problem now that we’re this far along, but if you were after a big finish the quiet way that this one rolls to a close will probably be a let down. Still, if you are just here for yet more cute Latina then these episodes undoubtedly deliver dressing Latina in cute clothes and showing us Latina with her friends, Latina with dale, Latina the older sister, the pouting Latina, and more.

They do attempt to bring things full circle by having Latina and Dale visit Rag’s grave once more with Latina reminiscing on the fact that she thought she was going to die in the forest before she met Dale. It is a nice gesture in bringing closure, but with so many other questions hanging over Latina’s past it isn’t really enough to call it actual resolution.

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Dale on the other hand is still adventuring and getting called away from Latina to take part in various missions. It seems clear that some sort of conflict with the demons is coming but here we get just the rumblings on the edge of it and it doesn’t really go anywhere with the anime being satisfied with Dale continuing to dote on his ‘daughter’.

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All and all, this series has been a cute but overall unremarkable watch. I’ll get to a full review of it soon but I suspect this one will be swiftly forgotten despite being relatively entertaining while watching.


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Images from: Uchi no Musume no Tame Naraba, Ore Wa Moshikashitara Maou mo Taoseru Kamo Shirenai. Dir. T Yanase. Maho Film. 2019.

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