Moyashimon

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  • 3
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4.6
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  • Awesome anime! Needs more views!
    This adorable little show about a boy who can see microbes, definitely is under-watched!

    I would suggest this to anyone who was looking for something quirky, and different. All the character personalities were great, and I had a lot of fun watching this.
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  • 菌まみれになれ!発酵食品を醸すために!偉い、偉い!
    このアニメ、超滑稽で面白い!知識深いなシリーズだね!学生の生活に恋しくなるね!懐かしい!強いて言えば、このアニメ、最高級で中鳥の酒みたいだね!日本語での意見、以上だ!This anime is deliciously abundant in knowledge! An excellent series that makes me yearn for my school days! I'm doing fine in the world of Japanese translation and proofreading now, but this series is truly a gem: I'd say the comedy level in this anime is at least a hundred proof! You'll be drunk with laughter, ...
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  • It's a college story with real character . . .
    Things ran a little long with a review of both seasons, for the full review read the spoiler below (no actual spoilers included).
    TLDR: I enjoyed this and recommend it if you're up for a slow burner with character and humor. S1 does a great job of introducing the cast and gives them all a lot of love, S2 is where the bulk of the plot comes into play but unfairly favors certain ...
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  • This has so much appeal and good heartedness
    I actually tracked down the manga. Be nice to see that here as well, it went into limbo after Volume Two was published by Random House. As there was no action from Kodansha America imprint.

    Tadayasu & Kei are a fun way to encounter a lively Ag College.

    Crunchy Roll should also have the Live Action show. Please!
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  • Very different!!!!!!
    Moyashimon was enjoyable, although it was not as funny as I thought it would be. I loved when the microbes had something to say as they added bit of adorableness to the story. I understand that microbes have a lot to do with fermenting things, but I felt I didn't need a science lesson about it. I give this four out of five stars. The fifth star I Iet the microbes ferment.
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  • Refreshing and Light-hearted Similar to Mushi-shi
    I've been hitting the "Random" button quite a lot of times just surfing through looking for good shows to watch. Then, the first episode of this series popped and I was like "Looks interesting, I'll watch one episode." After the first, I could say I was hooked. It reminded me of a feeling of satisfaction and joy similar to that I felt when watching Mushi-shi; quite more fun and cool than Mushi-shi ...
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  • The series 'grows' on you...
    ...and it has some 'grown-up' themes mixed in with the fun. First, I want to say that it's really nice to have a show oriented toward an older crowd: high-school as a setting can be fun and all, but college and adult life provide even more possibilities for interesting plots, both humor and drama. Moyashimon gives us laughs, excitement, realistic interactions, and even a few gentle tears. Artwork ...
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  • 4 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    I Love those little guys!
    This is a great comedy where a kid names Sawaki has the ability to see Micro organisms. So he goes to collage to learn what he wants to do in life while guided by a strange professor.
    not only is this a comedy it's educational where it teaches you things like how Vinegar is made and how Micro organism are used to do it.
    Usually the only Characters are human when it comes to playing of real life ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Welcome Bac(teria) to School!
    Professor Keizo leaps through the air, shocking civilians, he securely holds a microscope under one arm. Like a sword ready for battle, he unleashes it's power. He arrives just in time. Keizo saves the day...

    Moyashimon starts to ferment well during episode four where some of the main protagonists strengths finally come together for good use. Tadayasu can see germs, and Keizō, an almost ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    One of the Best!!!!!
    Great pace, interesting characters and situations, humor, scientific tidbits and super cute microbes (especially when they float upside down). Who would've thought that seeing microbes with the naked eye would be such a captivating idea! It's innovative and is one of the best.
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