Ah My Buddha!!

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  • 8 out of 8 people found this review helpful:
    This show had so much potential but failed to deliver...
    The setting of Ah My Buddha! is actually pretty cool: the main character lives at a Buddhist temple with six nuns who are in training. When Ikkou becomes aroused, he becomes a super monk. Every character is unique and the pace of the show feels relaxed. With 26 episodes to explore the characters and their backstories, it should be great, right? Wrong.

    Like most harem shows, Ah My Buddha! ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Keeping It Quick & Simple
    The target audience for this title is people who like Harem-Sex-Comedies. If you don't this series isn't for you. If you decide to give it a try, you have a few things to look forward to, and a few things you'll have to bare.

    Pros (IMHO):
    -Fun characters that definitely made me laugh.
    -The one episode stories are actually enjoyable.
    -A nice, albeit superficial, playful glimpse into Buddhism ...
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    100% Fanservice... Not much else
    Ah My Buddha falls into the realm of Fanservice for the sake of Fanservice.

    The Plot: MC is a lazy monk who sucks at his job, but under the right emotional state (read as pervy super saiyan) he becomes the ultimate monk that ends fights in less than 15 seconds. Afterward he goes full perv and is promptly put down like a dog by one or more of the nuns he works with, and that is the series in a ...
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  • 4 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    More like: Oh, brother!
    Your run of the mill harem anime with generic characters and all of your typical anime tropes. There is an underlying gimmick typical to your generic shonen about the protagonist being some super priest capable of fighting off all sorts of evils if only he could control his powers which are tied to his "emotions" (See: innuendo). However, dont confuse this with actual story, --its a plot device ...
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  • 2 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    A lucky-pervert series with a bit of comedy
    There is no much here pass catching glimpses cute girls with unrealistic proportions in various states of undress, the creators knew this and embraced it; even the eye-catchers are 100% fan service.

    There is some light slapstick to pass the time between the skin.

    There is no much else to say for Amaenaide yo! and its sequel Amaenaide yo!! Katsu!! which Crunchyroll has bundled under one title ...
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