Dog Days’

42105lShinku Izumi (CV: Mamoru Miyano) is returning to Flonyard as the hero of Biscotti and he’s taking his childhood friend Rebecca Anderson (CV: Mikako Takahashi) with him when he’s summoned by the princess, Millhiore Firianno Biscotti (CV: Yui Horie). His cousin Nanami Takatsuki (CV: Nana Mizuki) is summoned by Leonmichelli Galette de Rois (CV: Ami Koshimizu), the ruler of Galette, to be their hero during the war between Biscotti and Galette held to welcome the returning hero. While seeing the broadcast of the war in question, the princess of Pastillage, Couvert Eschenbach Pastillage (CV: Aoi Yuuki), decide to make Rebecca her hero. Now the three friends are spending a summer vacation filled with fun and adventure in Flonyard.

Where do you find no deaths in war, a bunch of fan service, a female King of Heroes, a Demon Lord that is just a pervert, a world where everyone has animal ears and tails, summoning from our world to a different world, a witch-like spell caster with a weird transformation sequence, ice-skating, an idol princess, bandit rabbits with underwear on their heads, a ninja, clothes and armour being ripped apart… all that and much more in the same anime? Yes, you got it. It’s Dog Days’!

It’s a pretty lousy anime, I honestly just watched the first season because I had nothing better to do and this season I watched simply because I was told there was a magical girl in it. There’s no real story to it. At all. In the first season they at least tried to find out how to get Shinku back to our world, but in this season they just had fun. Training camps, two wars, duels, travelling between countries like they were just walking over to the neighbour…

I already said it but it was bad. Not terrible, but still bad.


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