Danshi Koukousei No Nichijou – Pre-Summary

Danshi Koukousei No Nichijou – Pre-Summary

What makes this show so funny? Maybe it’s the blindingly similar connection to real life events or the stark shamelessness in each characters actions. Whatever it is this is definitely worth a watch.


Danshi Koukousei No Nichijou is funny because of how relatable the actions, or most of them, each character performs are. As well as the shamelessness and sheer slap-stick style that is presented sometimes – not to mention the more cryptic stuff.

Whether it’s Hidenori failing epicly at having a normal conversation with the literature girl, or Motoharu and the rest of the boys overreacting when seeing Tadakuni with a girl it’s a sure-fire hit. Each character has a mildly over exaggerated personality, but only at times when it is needed. This isn’t Azumanga Daioh where every waking moment is Tomo screaming or Osaka spacin’ out. This is controlled idiocy, which makes it funnier when the hilarity ensues. The boys spend a while winding themselves up and then explode into a frenzy of stupidness.

I think Sunrise really do know how to make a comedy anime that isn’t overly full of stupid content, which can get old, while keeping it down to earth and realistic. That is what makes it so appealing. It’s realism, you can relate to aspects of it and who doesn’t like laughing at someone else’s misfortune? I mean, isn’t that what =3 is all about? Not to mention half of the other viral content on YouTube.

If you haven’t checked out the hilarity that is Danshi Koukousei No Nichijou you should do so right now. It’s definitely worth the time watching, just remember to have some spare underwear next to your computer. Or wear a diaper, your choice. It will be nothing more shameful than what these guys get up to.

Verdict: Watch it, high preference.

About ツ.jp

Just some Australian who loves everything about Japan, especially the anime.

Posted on February 12, 2012, in 2012 Anime Reviews, Danshi Koukousei No Nichijou and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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