Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji (720p – 100MB)
Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji; Wolf-Girl and Black Prince (synonyms)
Anime Type : TV Series
Total Episodes : 12
Rating : 7.62 *
Genres – Comedy, School, Shoujo
Airing Dates – Oct 5, 2014 to Dec 21, 2014 (Finished Airing)
~ MAL score
The story centers around Erika Shinohara, a vain 16-year-old girl who tells her friends about her romantic exploits, but she actually has no boyfriend. She claims that a handsome boy in a candid photo is her boyfriend, but it turns out that boy is a schoolmate named Kyouya Sata. She has no choice but to make him her fake boyfriend. Unfortunately, Sata may look like a sweet person, but he is actually an ultra-black-hearted sadist. Sata takes advantage of Erika’s weakness and treats her like his dog.
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This anime was subbed by HorribleSubs and CommieSubs. Once, BD version’s out, it’ll be updated again…. ;).
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I have actually been on an anime break for almost a year now (except for the occasional weekly Naruto/One Piece episodes) and was looking into getting back. I’m very picky about the anime that I watch so I actually spend more time looking at possible animes to watch than I do watching them.
(This is my first review so bear with me).
Anyways, I have read the manga of this anime and so far, it follows the manga religiously. The reason I’m making this review is in defense of the whole series (warning: obvious spoilers ahead).
Yes, the girl is an annoying liar and the guy is a terrible, sadistic a-hole that is borderline verbally abusive.
With that being said, this anime was actually pretty refreshing to me. The reason I was on an anime break was because I was so tired of the washed out, typical hot-mean-guy-but-actually-has-a-golden-heart and nice-innocent-girl-just-looking-to-fit-in characters (or overall, characters who are made out to portray perfect qualities). This anime provided more of a realistic view on the characters.
I liked this anime because what you see IS really what you get. There’s no over the top backstory to why the characters are the way they are; they weren’t borne into a noble family, they aren’t ridiculously poor that they have to work to their bone, they didn’t go through terrible childhoods – they didn’t have any unfortunate events that happened leading to their personalities/behaviors (I’m in no way bashing KWMS; I liked it but it wasn’t really realistic). There isn’t any bullshit love story with multiple characters nor is there dramatic events of dreadful he/she loves me/loves me not. Here, portrayed a realistic, CLEAR relationship between two high school teenagers and their pending development. If you read further into the manga, there is ACTUAL progress. The guy doesn’t stay a complete a-hole and the girl doesn’t stay a complete dunce who abides to his commands. However, there isn’t any unrealistic, dramatic change either.
I can understand other viewers who don’t really like this anime. Believe me, when I was reading the manga, I was super pissed at the guy for being such an a-hole and the girl for being so stupid. Nevertheless, you’ll come to find that the two characters, though not perfect, fit each other pretty well. They both will come to realize their own flaws and will continue to build and compromise with each other in order to stay healthy and happy. Not all characters are perfectly nice and polished. I find it way more entertaining to watch flawed characters than ones who are made out to be perfect, super nice, and wonderfully talented.
In summary, please read the manga… Lol. Hopefully you guys will come to enjoy it as much as I did.
Demographics can be tricky thing to talk about when talking about anime. They aren’t specific genres, but are more used for targeting specific groups of people. However, just because they are targeting a certain age group and/or gender doesn’t mean those shows are limited to that group of people alone. But in Ookami Shoujo’s case, I firmly believe it the vast majority of people who enjoy this show will be in the shoujo demographic, which is primarily why I found this show mediocre at best.
The shows first problem for me was came right off the bat. The basic premise of the show is Erika trying to remain friends with two students by lying that she has a boyfriend, because that her two “friends” basically only talk about their boyfriends. The thing is, those friends are absolute assholes, and even tried to sabotage her “relationship” with Kyoya early on. If Erika was completely friendless, I could, at the very least, understand why she would want to be fake friends with them, but she already has a really good friend in Ayumi to begin with, so one of the major drawing points of the entire show just feels pointless and redundant to me. However, I can only help but feel like I can’t understand Erika’s plight simply because of the whole shoujo demographic thing, and that the whole premise might be much more relatable to actual teenage girls than to me.
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