Myself; Yourself

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4.7
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    A Perfect Story.. LIFE. As real as it gets.
    I have to say, this anime deserves a 5 for everything..

    Storyline
    The story is about a young boy, Sana, who moves back to his hometown. He wanders around, looking for changes in his hometown, and he notices a girl looking at him. This girl, used to be one of his best friends, yet he did not recognize her. He later on becomes friends with his childhood friends once again, but the girl ...
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  • my brief review by gogadan
    Myself, Yourself is a laid-back but very dark anime. The story follows a 16year-old Japanese high school student returning to his home-town after 5 years away. The story takes some very dramatic twists at every corner whilst keeping a easy going pace that makes it easy to watch. The artwork is outstanding, it has very clean lines and the colour is used to great effect setting the tone superbly. ...
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  • 3 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Cute with a touch of horror
    What starts off as a cute harem show with the usual cast of tomboys, ice queens and lolicons turns dark when the hidden pasts catch up with the characters. It's remarkably understated throughout most of the 13 episodes, the dialog smooth, and technically very competently done. Two thumbs up.
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  • 7 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Knowing how Myself relates to Yourself
    I'll structure this review in a way that addresses each rating individually and then conclude on what I personally thought over all. I hope this helps visitors to the site understand and enjoy the anime as much as I did.

    Storyline
    The plot to 'Myself;Yourself' is a mixture of intriguing narrative complexity brought into the 'Slice of Life' genre with your more traditional ...
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