Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, Less Romantic, More Comedy
Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun is a Romantic Comedy, actually less romantic, more comedy.
Everybody loves comedy, unless you are a sadist person, Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun is not as funny as Nichijou or Daily Life Of Highschool Boys but it is funny and that’s what I like about it.
In a nutshell it is a one sided love story of Chiyo Sakura, who likes this fairly popular manga artist Nozaki. It all begins when Chiyo Sakura gathers all of her courage and confess to Nozaki but Nozaki counts her as yet another fan and gives her an autograph as she tries to explain what she said things get more complicated as Nozaki misunderstands her hires her as a assistant.
As the story progresses other characters are introduced and they too are interesting, each with unique personality traits. Still I don’t think the story does any justice to the characters, like there could be so much more to explore with them but an anime which follows the traits of Daily Life Of Highschool Boys character development is the last thing you could expect.
There are two ways you could consume this, in the form of anime or manga. Since the anime follows the manga in a straightforward method, it is just a thing of preference. One key thing you get by following the manga is that you stay in-line with the ongoing story, since we don’t know if anime will get another season. Still I would suggest starting off in with the anime series and continuing with the manga as it will help you to get a feel of characters personalities.
As far as the animation goes there was nothing spectacular to talk about but it wasn’t bad too. It was amusing to see those sparkling effects around certain characters at certain times.
Even after it’s flaws I would recommend this anime to everyone, it is just a type of a show you can’t miss even it is nothing legendary like Game of Thrones or Fullmetal Alchemist. Just a fun delight.
BTW you can watch this series right now on Crunchyroll