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Jenilee Dunson is a geek, otaku, and lover of all things kawaii. She runs a blog in her spare time at http://geekysweetie.com where she writes about video games, kdrama, anime, technology, toys, dolls, and kawaii fashion. In 2006, Jenilee graduated with a BS in Emerging Technology and Design. In 2012 she obtained an MBA in Ecommerce. Jenilee currently works for a small manufacturing company designing websites, email marketing, digital advertising, and print advertising campaigns. Connect with Jenilee on social media or visit her blog at http://geekysweetie.com

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  1. Awww, but the socially-viewed imperfections are what make women more appealing. Sometimes even exotic. HxH’s Pakunoda, One Piece’s Miss Monday, Trigun’s Patricia Nebraska… they may not be seen as “kawaii” to most anime fans, but they’re beautiful nonetheless and taking points off on the show’s art after criticizing Risa for not being, well, generically pretty is a bit upsetting to me, but it’s not my review, and my opinion means very little (even when it is my review).

    The rest of this is fairly informative. I mean, I think so, at least. I feel you were a little generous with the other scores, especially the perfect one for the story, but I agree with its overall, regardless of who watches it (boy or girl). I certainly enjoyed the series, and I’m in full support of anyone encouraging others to check it out.

    Thank you for your time.

    • GeekySweetie says:

      That is true 🙂 Women don’t need to be “perfect”, and everyone’s opinions will differ as to what they find attractive. I take overall character designs into account when thinking about the artwork in a series, which is why I did deduct a few points.

      I thought the story was unique, which is why I gave high points to story. It’s not cliche like most anime romances with a weak girl and strong boy. And it’s unusual to find an anime dealing with height differences. It had a good balance of romance, drama, and comedy, and I felt the pacing was good, not too long and drawn out, but not too short either.

      Anyways, thank you so much for stopping by the blog to read my review, and taking time to leave a comment! – Have a nice day!

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