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Hachiko's Seitokai no Ichizon Tv Review

Rated: 8

I’ll bet you this: you will see at least (or maybe close to) twenty shows that have been spoofed in Seitokai no Ichizon.

But if you think this is just a set of skits about five high school students imitating , you're barely scratching the surface. It's about the adventures of the Hekiyou Academy Student Council and how Ken Sugisaki immortalizes these escapades into something tangible, something imaginable, something...worth watching.

And it's more than just four pretty girls and one lucky guy. Seitokai no Ichizon marks the debut of a new fresh set of faces that you will see plenty more of. It's a treasure chest of harems, comedy and slice of life in Sapporo just waiting to be opened.

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ghost945 ghost945
5.00

doesnt really have a story. no purpose, no theme, characters do not have a problem. an anime basically about nothing and nothing at all. ok, maybe something but i sure didn't figure that part out except their personality surfaced in each episode. don't see a point to this anime.

LonelyAmure LonelyAmure
9.25

Ok, so lemme make this clear, I know this is not supposed to be an anime with a certain plot device to it, but it does make up in comparison with the many inside jokes from different animes, eroges, and light novels. Not to mention stereotypes. Never have I seen an anime this unique in it's one-of-a-kind play. Of course, given that, Studio DEEN is not a great studio known for it's art. This is why it didn't rank too high on my scale, because most of the models, though their eyes are opaque and just cute-sy moesque, some of the characters look like they're using the same models, but hey, it's art. It only plays such a big role.
Anyway, Seitokai no Ichizon is an anime that is based off of rough inline jokes. If you're an eroge and galge enthusiast like me, stream imageboards occasionally, and also have played an eroge or dating sim or galge completely through with all the characters, or you know some of the popular animes, you'll know this. Of course, you might not get the jokes in the beginning but this isn't really an anime you can pick up from the start and start getting some head in. It, however, is addicting to watch and once you watch it you'll want to watch what the parodied if you haven't already. Character dev, however, was pretty unique, and I'll get to that later.
So, yeah, these characters are really types that you've seen before, except they give a new vamp to how Key-kun interacts with them and interprets their feelings, motives, and desires in the end of every episode, which is kind of funny. Key-kun, especially, has a thing going on with all of the girls in the student council, but he's particularily (and I must say unconsciously) targeting Minatsu (get married, tsuntsun deredere!! Lovey Dovey~) and also Kurimu (who is really sweet actually).
Of course, episode 12 does leave a cliffhanger for the next season to come (and I do hope there is another season), where you learn about Key-kun's lessons he's learned and how he's met all of these girls before in different seasons. Kurimu helps him learn that the main character always tries to make everyone happy (and he does), Chizuru helps him to realize his overwhelming compassion for others, Minatsu tells him that he and her can't be lazy and must work hard to achieve what they really want, and Mafuyu helps him to learn what strength really is.
All in all, I'm satisfied with this anime. However, if you're not looking for solid comedy from a parody theme, this might not be for you, but I suggest you give it a watch because it is a fine stretch of relaxation.

xpilot2006 xpilot2006
7.50

God I hope Key-kun gets his harem...even if he doesn't get the prez..the three others are still waaaay worth it in the end...Regardless, most of the plot in the anime is non-existent, up until the recent couple of episodes (ep 10-11) which really started to hit the despressing side of the story and really develop the sad part of the character's happy lives, primarily the male lead Key-kun, which has a dark and mysterious past which has yet to be revealed...however the more his past tends to haunt him, the more the people around him come to terms with him and begin to accept him for who he is.

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