Prejudice against fluffy anime?
M. Reynolds | Las Vegas NV | 10/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It seems to me that Amazon needs to get a new anime reviewer. The current reviewer does not seem to like, nor understand anime.
I personally love the series Doki Doki School Hours, or as I was intruduced to it as Sensei no Ojikan. It's relatively violence-free, which is rare, and it's open and friendly entertainment."
If young girls are into comedy this one's for you
Ronnie Clay | Winnsboro, Louisiana | 10/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You've got love, friendship, weirdo's all mixed up in one classroom, with a teacher whom is 27 and doesn't look older then 10 years. It's hard to say what it is about, because there are there are so many different episodes. My favorite character is Seki. He's a guy who loves acting as a girl! There is a guy also known as old man and a girl whom is very dedicated to much actually to her childlike teacher. This was very fun to watch."
Cute anime but tires quickly
B. Ackley | Douglasville, GA | 02/08/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Doki Doki School hours is the latest school anime comedy to arrive stateside. Comparisons to Azumanga Daioh will no doubt abound given that both are based in school and the students unique personalities are central to plot.
In Doki Doki the main character is Mika sensei, a young, short and incredibly cute teacher who finds her classroom students to be more in control of class than she is. The show boasts a large cast of students each with their own personalities. There is the nerd, the cute girl, the old guy guy, athlete, gay guy, shopaholic girl etc, etc. The show is fast paced and the jokes revolve around the students personalities.
in teh first few episodes we meet MIka sensei and her students. We learn Mika still lives with her parents. Her mother is a rather pushy mom telling her whats besta nd her father is a totally nice guy always helping Mika out.
Doki Doki is a cute show but after you get to know the students and the situations the comedy gets a bit tired and the jokes predictable. Still the show is a fun watch and is totally harmless fluff. If you are fan of light-hearted comedy then this may be just the thing."
Azumanga Daioh on Crack
Bryan Swann | 11/16/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Sensei no Ojikan (Doki Doki School Hours) reminds me a lot of Azumanga Daioh due to the setting and it's collection of characters. But that is where the similarities end. It adds much more ecchi humor and the jokes are for a little bit older crowd that Azumanga Daioh. But I did find the series very funny. The only draw back in the Loli-con attributes of the main character, Suzuki Mika. While much of the humor is built on that, it does start to get old towards the end."