Has anyone seen this shit?
The that-guy best friend >alien man> MC > alien girl> christmas cake> ponytail >>>> this shitty show itself > can't-see-boys-chan
Dropped the anime after two episodes, ended up reading the manga. It wasn't particularly good. I thought the fate particle sharing plot device in the end felt like a pretty forced way to resolve the love triangle. By the way, why did nobody in the world try to contact the aliens after they had announced their existence to the world?
And I don't understand why they bothered to have it be a genderbender story as the MC acted like a girl even before the aliens turned her physically into one, immediately adapted to her new form and had no internal conflicts about it, while everyone in the world immediately accepted the change. Kind of defeats the point of it.
It's not so much not being able to see people or certain people, but an issue with pattern recognization. There are some people who can see faces but don't register them as faces - they can't make them out or remember them.
The show wasn't good, but the OVA completely reversing the ending was definitely the worst part.
>OVA completely reversing the ending was definitely the worst part.
Manga ended with Twintails being the ultimate winner. The OVA is much less reversing but more on correcting.
Boy do I have some news for you.
This is one of the few series where the Childhood Friend won the MC-bowl.
Them being gay little girls is just icing on the cake.
Then again, MC used to be a guy, so when he became a girl, he probably retained his sexual orientation. So while he may have the body of a girl now, he still likes girls just as he used to when he was a guy? I dunno, genderbends are kind of a grey area/
Let's be honest here. The reason you dropped it was because the main character was a lesbian and didn't turn into a cumdumpster. The MC was pretty much a lesbian girl mentally already as a boy and probably cried of joy when he noticed his willy was gone.
The MC was more feminine as a man than most women. Even /u/ considers this to be a yuri series.
Not really. When the anime came out I wasn't even into genderbending. I dropped it because I didn't find it interesting. I picked up the manga more recently and finished it, but I found the resolution to be rather forced and the genderbending element seemed out of place.
I feel the focus was more like that the MC's gender was corrected and how the world around her reacted. The childhood friend sorting out her feelings and coming up with that she loves the MC regardless of gender. Lesbian vision girl proving she's a bitch etc. If you watch it hoping it will be like every other "serious" gender bending anime out there you are doing it wrong. It was quite clear from episode 1.