I in fact usually run from most of the anime with all female cast.
I respect the people that enjoy them, but in my experience anime with all female cast trend to go absolutely nowhere. Nothing usually happens in the entire show
And its not the kind of thing I want to see in anime. The good thing about anime is you can do crazy things relatively easy, looking girls talking is not the kind of anime I want to watch.
However if the girls actually do something I'm perfectly fine with that. So ocasionally I give the chance to anime with female only casts if I think they will do something.
If they efectively do things, I watch it, if not I drop it.
There's not a single show that has zero guys. Prove me wrong.
Strawberry panic has that one frame where they showed that male drawing in their history class
Neptunia has the queer robot thing, but still a guy
Every other show, there's always some male wandering around in the background
Neptunia had a guy a few minutes into the first episode. Of course theyre not the focus though
Interesting, I missed that. Also, I remember an interview that specifically states that there will be no men in the show; guess the staff didn't get the memo.
Also, Rom is super cute in that picture as well.
I'll never watch Idolmaster and that's only because of the producer. Im sticking with Love Live.
The ratio of males to females is an easy way to tell if a show might be good.
If a show has zero males: might be good.
If a show has more than zero males, but less males than females: shit, do not watch.
If a show has equal or more males than females: might be good.
This system is flawless.
You could maybe watch Puchimas. Same cast, no psychological scarring where you're screaming at the screen just to let the girls be happy for 5 minutes, all the girls have a mini version of themselves wandering around, and there's a different producer who's actually a character and not a self insert.