Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends
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Yozora's an abrasive loudmouth whose only friend at school is imaginary. She knows she's difficult - which makes her better off than Kodoka, a new transfer student who picked up an undeserved bad reputation the second he stepped on campus. Inspired by their shared status as social catastrophes, the two loners unite and start the Neighbors Club, an organization dedicated to finding other misfits and making friends.
In no time, a third member joins their ranks: Sena, a pretty, popular rich girl who annoys Yozora to no end. With Kodoka in the middle of the chaos, the brash brunette and the blonde boy-magnet go 'round and 'round, even as the Neighbors Club begins to grow. Hopefully, the girls can get past their rivalry, because sometimes the friendship you're looking for is right in front of you, and sometimes the best friends are the friends you never even wanted. Contains episodes 1-13.
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Their personality quirks lead them on a series of misadventures. The club leader and all
the club members are completely clueless on how to make friends, but making matters worse is that each of them has personality flaws and personal issue which complicate their efforts.
While the characters are both aggravating and endearing they always remain hilarious and entertaining to watch. The animation, story and English dub are great!
Be warned that the series is not suitable for children due to all the fan service and if you're unfamiliar with the term then let me explain. Fan service means there are a lot of large jiggling breasts, revealing clothing, panty exposing character animations, poses and camera angles as well as brief nudity and strongly suggestive themes.
As far as the story, it is about a bunch of socially awkward students that develop a club for people who don't have any friends. The club will help them find out how to make friends by doing various activities like gaming and karaoke. There are many game and anime related jokes within each episode. As a person who plays video games a lot and a major fan of anime, the jokes make me laugh and I can appreciate the references that were put into this anime.
In case you were wondering this show is not child friendly. There's nudity, sexual jokes, and adult language. Thus the TV-MA rating.
The quality of the bluray is incredible. Even if you have a giant television the picture comes out really clear.
I originally saw this series in the Japanese language and that had really great voice acting. This bluray has English dubbing as well and it is not really that bad. It stays true to the Japanese script and some of the voices chosen for the characters were well represented.
I don't have many negative things to say about this series or disc set in general. I've seen many animes in past and started to give up on the new stuff until this show showed up. If you like geeky jokes and cute girls you should really try this one out.
I like the characters in this series, including the stroppy big-busted rich girl, the mad scientist, the transvestite, and the 10-year-old nun. The younger sister who cos-plays as a vampire is fun.
I enjoyed watching this show enough to buy the sequel. I recommend it.
interactions between these Loser's Club (oops, Neighbor's Club) members is what drives the show, and
are what make it so watchable.
Be warned, however: there is something in this series to offend just about anyone. But for the not-easily
offended viewer, Haganai is as funny as anything ever produced.
The way it turns anime stereotypes around is wonderful. Instead of a Big Brother with a sister complex,
there's a little sister who's sexually jealous of him. The introverted porn addict is a girl, and the big-chested
blonde turns out to be a lesbian pedophile. Etc.
I was disappointed in the fact that the characters were not allowed to learn and grow from their caustic
interactions, but I hear that there is a second season, so am holding out hope for a satisfactory conclusion.
Funimation edited out a good 12mins on S1 and had many white beams on light in other ep's
All the people I've talked to, they say S2 is even more censored than S1 ;missing a lot of the
redrawn ep's too