Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyou ga Dekinai (First Impression)

Midara na Ao-chan wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Studios: Silver Link.
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Ecchi, Shounen
Synopsis: “When Ao was in kindergarten, she smiled ear-to-ear as she told her classmates how her father, a bestselling erotic author, chose her name: “A as in apple and O as in orgy!” That day still haunts her ten years later as she studies with a single goal in mind: to get into an elite university and achieve independence from her father once and for all. She has no youth to misspend and no time to think about boys…until her classmate, “King Normie” Kijima, approaches her with a shocking confession of love. She tries to lose Kijima, but he just can’t take a hint…and as her mind runs wild with dirty thoughts, she realizes her father has totally influenced her!” – Kodansha Comics USA

First Impression:

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First off, I wanted to talk about how incredible the composition was for the opening. It really sets the tone for the show. The great animation and different color schemes pack quite a punch! As for the story itself, it’s just as entertaining as I hoped it would be! The art and character designs are eye-catching as they are in the key visual. With 12-minute episodes the story is easy to digest while still being entertaining. The Dad, being an erotic novelist but also a pervy old man always messing with Ao-chan, might kill the show for me, but let’s see where the show decides to take it.



This really depends on your preference for anime. As the synopsis suggests ecchi plays an important role in the comedy of the story so if those things aren’t your cup of tea then I suggest passing on this. If you’re an ecchi fan, then welcome to the fan club. I suspect this will be a very good watch full of “fan-service” and moe enough to fill your needs for the week until the next episode!


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