A Centaur's Life

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3.3
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  • 12 out of 15 people found this review helpful:
    Evolution took an interesting turn.
    The first episode is cute, and it has been interesting to watch more of them. FYI this is NOT the same as Monster Musume, but has a few similarities with Interviews With Monster Girls in a general way. That being said, there are some weird things that show up that give an impression of disrupting the flow in small ways.

    It looks to be presented as a slice of life in a world filled with only ...
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  • 7 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Kind of all over the place (6 episodes in)
    This anime is a strange beast, just like the manga it's based on. It's primarily a slice-of-life series, set in a world where all people are hybrids of various sorts (centaurs, goatmen, sirens etc.) and follows everyday life of Hime, a centaur high school student and her classmates. It mostly focuses on the problems and challenges that Hime and people of other hybrid races face, some coming from ...
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  • 6 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Started out promising but loses momentum
    This is definitely the slice of life series that was expected. I personally enjoyed the first episode and perhaps the second. We are now mid season and I've had my moments of considering dropping this show from my queue. However, I am currently still watching it but it's not anywhere near my favorite list. There's a lack of character development both within the character and their ...
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  • 6 out of 8 people found this review helpful:
    Disjointed and a bit pointless
    I don't normally watch moe anime, but I watched this because I like centaurs.

    This series starts out cute at first, but definitely loses focus by the end. Instead of focusing on slice of life, you get all sorts of dangling plot threads that start to take on a serious tone, but ultimately lead nowhere. At times, they even joke about the plot making no sense, as if I'm supposed to laugh along ...
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  • 4 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    A decent adaptation of the manga. No big nits.
    Yes, the political stuff at the beginning is satire. However, it will be interesting to see if they get to any of the historical stories that happen later in the manga, which are also extremely racially and politically charged. (Hime's red hair is canon, rather than an art decision, and NOT native to Japan.)

    That said, this is, so far, a good adaptation of the manga. It's a slice-of-life with ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    It could be more, but they held themselves in. It's still a cute anime, just not very different from other ones (seen only 7 episodes so far)
    It's a show with great world building and a thin plot. I don't think there is a plot, just a girl living her life as a centaur, but because she is a centaur, it's slightly different.

    This can be great for mindless watching while doing the dishes, but with such an unique world, it's almost a waste to be about almost nothing. It's like harry potter, but without voldemort, anyone of slytherin or ...
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  • 4 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    A fan of the manga review ~
    I've read lots of the manga, and the anime adaption is pretty damn good, it has the similar "feeling" to it.
    Some people will say it's weird, the story is all over the place etc. That is just like the manga, so the fact that they stay true to the manga is what makes this really enjoyable.

    It doesn't have enough ecchi to justify watching it for boobs, nor enough humor to be a fun show. I just ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Great Slice Of Life Genre, though not a Romance despite CR tag.
    Set in a world where humans have seemingly fallen to extinction during the evolution and diversion of the race into many different sentient demi-human species (some even more physically animal like than their human counterpart). The post war society depicted in Centaur no Nayami is very anti-discriminatory, and although this is only subtle at first and the girls we see the story through have no ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Speaking so far from watching 8 episodes
    I came into watching this anime expecting romance. I have no clue why but that's me. Here is what I learned from watching thus far:

    This anime is pretty good. It is relatable in terms of real life despite the monster characters. In some episodes, real concerns that girls often have are somewhat highlighted, which I really enjoy. In addition to girl concerns, this anime also fills the audience ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Flawed, but Relaxing
    A Centaur's Life is a pleasant, if flawed show, tries to fit in a lot of information and ideas in a short time period, mixing in deep social commentary with fanservice. It's a fun ride from start to end, but don't expect anything amazing or fantastic. It's slice of life at its finest.

    Read the manga.
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