You and I Series 2
People who have watched Kimi to Boku know exactly what it’s all about. The people who haven’t seen it, may, or may not have a clue. Kimi to Boku 2 is a slice of life that proceeds with the lives of High School boys, and their daily lives, activities, and affairs. The show revolves around 5 friends who’ve known each other since they were children. It has many scenarios that teenagers may have to deal with. They throw in comedy that gives it a nice spark.
I’m a teenager myself, so I can easily relate my life with the teens in Kimi to Boku. I’ve gotta deal with tests, studying, love, friendship, and figuring out what I want to do with myself. This definitely appeals to the teenage generation as it talks about teen problems, and what they tend to do. I can watch this anime and chuckle to myself about small things they do. Like Chizuru running up the stairs skipping a step. I always do that when I go up the stairs. It’s pretty simple things to relate too, but it’s funny and great to notice that you’re not the only one!
The characters also have their own personalities that are played really well. They all have something special about them. One’s good at sports, one’s good at destroying things and being noisy, another’s a great student who studies and gets good grades, and etc. You can relate to at least one, or more of them whist watching.
Kimi to Boku may have their bad episodes, but they normally top it off really well. If they set out more episodes I definitely would watch it religiously. Well, maybe not that much, but I’d definitely watch it. It’s got a great mood towards it, as it’s a slice of life comedy and it’s nice and calm to watch. Especially if you’re watching something intense and want a break and watch something differen’t. Kimi to Boku would definitely be my pick of a slice of life too, since it’s differen’t from the rest. Most slice of life anime have teenage girls, and you should try it out if that kinda stuff is boring you, or doesn’t interest you.
I’d definitely give it a watch. It’s not for everyone, but it sure appeals wonderfully to the teenage generation and maybe the adults too. They’ve been to highschool, so they should know what it’s like!
Liam’s Score: 9 Meeps out of 10 (Great)
Alex’s Score: 9 Meeps out of 10 (Great)