Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father!: Complete Collection [2 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 20837022
- Release Date: 02/05/2013
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Feel-good storyFebruary 20, 2013
Genre: Slice of life, comedy, drama Length: 12 episodes + OVA "Whoever said little girls grow up in the most delightful ways wasn't Yuta Segawa! But since his sister Yuri raised Yuta by herself after their own parents' deaths, what kind of brother would Yuta be if he didn't take in her THREE children when Yuri and her husband disappear? Of course, the fact that Yuta's a nineteen year old college student, living in a tiny apartment, with three GIRLS, two of whom aren't related by blood, is bound to cause some issues. Especially when the eldest girl, Sora, is harboring a secret crush on him and would be quite happy if Yuta's social life revolved around the "family," while middle sister Miu is starting to make noises about 'older men' as well. Did we mention that it's a really, REALLY small apartment? Add Raika, the girl Yuta actually likes, as a smoldering fuse and the question isn't IF Yuta's home sweet home is a powderkeg, but rather one of when it's going to explode and how often! Some family ties bind, others may need restraining orders in LISTEN TO ME, GIRLS. I AM YOUR FATHER!" Ahh, good ol' Sentai Filmworks! Leave it to them to turn a very endearing anime series into what appears to be a potential harem/romance just by a description. It's quite misleading. The series itself is so much better. This one is very down to earth with everything that happens being very plausible. One of the best single-season series I've watched in quite a while. There's not a hint of action in the entire series which might deter some from watching. Quite enjoyable to just watch cute girls trying to live their lives after going through a tragedy. Have to love Hina the most as she's made to be the most adorable thing in the universe. Kind of sad every time she asks "when are mama and papa coming home?" Just a couple downsides. This is one series that doesn't need any fanservice. It's not in every episode but it feels out of place. No extras. Not even a trailer, preview, or textless songs. And no English dub. Probably wouldn't have listened to it with English voicing, but this was a pretty cheap release that Sentai didn't do a thing with. Pick it up if you can. Definitely glad I ordered mine. Actually got it in the mail the day it came out, too!
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