Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S | Episode 4 Review

The OP is just so good. If you’re not dancing in your seat to “Ai no Supreme (愛のシュプリーム!)” by fhána, whenever you play an episode then I don’t know what’s wrong with you. It’s definitely one of the best OPs of the season, hands down. Episode four was a fun one, I really did enjoy watching. In particular, I really enjoyed watching Tooru beat up those thugs all by herself. I thought that was pretty funny and reminded me a lot of Saitama from One Punch Man because Like him, Tooru has an insanely strong one punch. Coupled with some pretty stellar animation, that five or so minutes of butt kicking was pretty epic.

I am also a very simple person, whenever I see Kanna enjoying herself, I cannot help but smile. I also think that Kanna’s monotone voice adds to my enjoyment and happiness because her reaction is very watered down. Sometimes you cannot even tell if she has any emotion so whenever I hear her monotone voice, I get amped up. There’s something about Kanna’s voice that I find entertaining. It’s really hard explain. I guess what I’m trying to say is that while Kanna was already cute to begin with, her reactions throughout their time at the amusement park made her character even more funny. Kanna is a simple character and I love that the most.

I will backtrack on what I thought was the role of Ilulu, she wasn’t introduced to be the distributor (as of writing this anyway). That being said, I am not too sure what her real role is, from my understanding she’s like a pre-teen re-experiencing life with Kanna and Saikawa and I personally do not mind that.

Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S has definitely been an extremely entertaining series so far, I’m really enjoying myself. I especially love how each character plays a part in the shows’ comedy. Maybe it’s just me, but regarding any anime considered a “comedy”, more often that not, it’ll take more than two to tango. Episode four of Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon S is a prime example of that. Each character had their part whether it was significant or not, each one of them played a role because everyone had their own unique quirk which was used to the advantage of the episode. For example, Saikawa’s insanely weird but very entertaining blushes whenever either Ilulu or Kanna rubbed up against her.

Episode four played into the quirks of our characters and it worked to its benefit. Overall I really liked episode four, if you couldn’t already tell. I want more episodes like this one, I want more episodes where our characters are just having fun. That’s when I find the anime most entertaining and I want to keep that same feeling for the remaining episodes of the series.



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