Moyashimon

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4.6
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  • 1 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Not too sure about this one
    This anime is very explanatory and lacks comedy in a lot of places, if you saw and liked Nisemonogatari by any chance, you could get into this like I did, but Nisemonogatari was by far better and is nowhere near the same concept. The only thing I really disliked about this anime was the use of these strange (supposed to be cute) creatures that are supposed to be microbes and appear every so often. ...
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Great continuation of the original
    I can see how people who haven't seen the first series might be turned off by certain aspects of Moyashimon. But that's how this world is! You may actually learn something while watching this, and since it takes place in an institution of higher learning that is a natural occurrence. It's not shoehorned in like some seem to think. Yes, the microbes are meant to be cutesy and adorable, but that ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Second Series of Moyashimon
    Without seeing the first series - enjoying the second series will be a little more difficult but imagine college students that are studying the biology of alcohol. Alcohol is made by yeast microbes in the chemical process of fermentation and must be tasted for flavor, aroma and acidity. The tasting part is what the students work for, along with passing grades, so they can continue to make sake, ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Silly and light-hearted
    I like shows that have a unique setup, even if they still follow the same pattern as a "normal" series. Overall Moyashimon's plot was a lot better than I expected, instead of random whacky episodes on how quirky everyone is. Second season was really good; everyone's relationships evolved organically and they stayed away from making microbes the focus of the show without losing any of the ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Happy accidents can be fun too
    I fell into this series just exploring and then the crazy intro caught my eye. I stayed with it and I am not even a science nerd because the plots and characters are so quirky. I am already half through the second season and still loving it...however I do miss the unusual beginning in the second season. I guess I would be disgusted if I knew what these cute lil'things were but you know ignorance ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Refreshingly Unique and Original
    There's a lot of anime out there that recycle the same characters archetypes and stories, with only minor tweaks. Moyashimon starts out that way, as the main protagonist has a "special ability." Surprisingly, this story didn't take the usual route of clumsy-boy-with-special-ability-fights-evil-guy-and-saves-tsundere-girl. In fact, the main protagonist (Sawaki-kun) almost plays a supporting role ...
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  • 1 out of 1 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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  • 1 out of 1 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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  • 1 out of 2 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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