Mr Kusunoke tries to protect Mari but is too weak to be of help. Quite a rollercoaster ride if you ask me. Accidentalmente, Gris utiliza su misterioso objeto en él, por lo que se verá obligada a convencer a Seiji a besar a Akane Hiyama, la chica más popular de su escuela. The only exception is Aqua when she sees his true form for the first time, calling it beautiful to the shock of Seiji and the joy of Korari, but his cat form still scares her off. As part of the cultural festival the class decide to put on a play with Shikimi, Akane and Guri as the Princess, Knight and Knights Rival respectively. At the festival the boy tries to kiss her, only to be rejected as Guri cannot stop thinking about Seiji.
As a whole, I would say it's pretty unoriginal yet amusing at best. Yuzu attempts to befriend Aqua but Aqua accidentally reveals her own feelings for Seiji. Some of the comedic moments were alright and the initial set up was good, but unfortunately, the show was not funny in my eyes. Ren'ai Bōkun , also known as The Very Lovely Tyrant of Love, is a Japanese comedy series by Megane Mihoshi, was serialized online from May 2012 to January 2019 in Flex Comix's Comic Meteor website. However, Guri rejects the request because she could tell there was no actual love in her for Seiji. A girl named Shikimi approaches Seiji and Guri for help with her crush.
In the ensuing confusion, Guri is able to pair Seiji with Akane in the Kiss Note, temporarily saving Seiji from any further bodily harm. This doesn't happen in this show and each joke feels as bland as the last. She convinces Seiji to go kiss his crush, Akane Hiyama, the school's popular girl, who turns out to harbor even stronger feelings for him, bordering on obsessive and psychotic. He is a rather boring character, who is pushed into playing the straight man role for the group and nothing else beyond that. . The only character I liked was Guri, mainly because I have a soft spot for his aloof idiot types of characters, but I generally found her to be kind of charming in her own little way. They are basically forced together with the end result of their shenanigans being rather bizarre at times.
Seriously, the characters all feel unique and though the point isn't for viewers to identify themselves as one of the character in the show, you just can't help laughing at each of their hilarity. Seiji suspects Shikimi is responsible and confronts her. The humour never dies, the seriousness never shines. Yuzu receives a little bit of exploration into her character and reasoning behind her love for Akane, while, at the same time having superpowers which the show never actually explains why she has those now that I am thinking about it but, again, it feels like I'm repeating myself here, needed more in the way of development in order for her character to be good. The girls decide to find out if the two would make a good couple, despite being a teacher and student. Even worse, Guri reveals that if Seiji is not coupled with anyone soon, not only will she die, but Seiji will remain a virgin for eternity! Coupled with poor comedic timing and a newbie seiyuu for Yuzu whose voice grates the ears, I honestly have a hard time finding many redeeming merits for this show to watch. Yo Minna, how are you? Suo almost beheads Seiji herself but Akane saves him.
The two eventually make-up, with Guri revealing her status as a cupid from heaven, and pairing them together with the Kiss Note, but not without including herself into the harem. Stolas doesn't necessarily speak per-se, it's just implied that based off Stolas' eyes what he may be saying. After Akane ignores Seiji it is concluded that all the couples brought together by the Kiss Note will break up, including Seiji and the girls. However also due to this she goes over her quota for couples to be formed per month. Often described as a beautiful yet emotionless woman, Suo fell in love with the same man as Ameisha did. While the characters did bring a smile to my face once in a while, I would not go so far to say that they have depth.
Would I recommend this series? Seiji arrives to protect Aqua but finds she no longer needs protecting. Interestingly enough, Guri is a living and breathing oxymoron herself. Nevertheless, the animation team behind Renai Boukun did a great job. The main character is as boring in personality as he is in visual design. The constant juxtaposition of presenting different deretype characters really adds to its comedic value, plus the dialogues go from corny to cheesy to somewhat deep at times.
The next day, Seiji's crush, Akane Hiyama becomes jealous of Seiji and Guri's apparent relationship, and attempts to murder them both with. If they don't… they will remain a virgin forever and c'mon which person would want that? Shikimi offers to talk with Guri about it and they disappear together. Seiji claims Guri wouldn't be interested as she is too free spirited. She is in love with Akane, both as a sister and as a woman, although she later also develops some feelings for Seiji. Only read if you have finished the series.
Seiji gets pulled into the fight and the Kiss Note is burned. May 25, 2017 2017-05-25 At the Akane household Akane tries to get Seiji, Guri and Yuzu to leave before fighting with Guri who threatens to steal Seiji unless Akane stops her. Do you like a bit of fan service? Seiji saves Aqua while Stolas is arrested. Eventually Guri gets the two to kiss, calming Akane down briefly before aggravating her again by revealing that she added her own name as well. In addition, the jokes and comedy itself feels extremely forced and most jokes can be seen a mile away before they're even delivered! × Moshimashite o Nakama Desu ka? He eventually reveals his crush for Akane, only to find out her yandere tendencies. Upon discovering Seiji's newfound harem, her discontent grows further as she would rather have him to herself.