Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru | Episde Ten: They work so well together.
Okay, okay. Episode ten of Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru was a good episode.
Don’t you love it when we have matches made in heaven? Those are my favourite kinds of romances. When two character balance each other out so well that everything just works between them. Although Marin and Gojou are not in any relationship, their friendship is something I really enjoy. We have the gentlemen in Gojou paired with a rambunctious Marin. What makes it even better is that they don’t step on each other’s toes, it’s almost as if they understand each other limits.
When you have two characters who are that well matched, you can never go wrong with the anime and is why I find so much enjoyment in Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru.
However, that being said, I think Gojou as a character gets pushed around too easily. He is too much of an easy target. Since we’re so close to the end of the anime, I don’t think we’ll be seeing that anytime soon but if we could go back in time, that’s something I would’ve liked to see — A Gojou who is a little more assertive.
What is crazy for me is that our characters are currently high schoolers, but everything Marin has worn has slowly gotten more and more revealing with each episode. This is something I cannot wrap my head. In a way Marin reminds me a little bit of Nagatoro, in that they’re both very outgoing and inappropriate around people they’re close with. But it is what it is, Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi wo Suru is part of the weird anime universe where everything and anything is possible.
Moving forward though, one thing is for certain. I would love to see more of this jealous Marin because her pout was very cute. As someone who loves romance, I would like there to be a point where Marin tells Gojou that she cannot be herself without him. We all know she cannot cosplay without him, but I would like something more meaningful said. I love those types of things, but will it happen this series? No. Maybe another? Maybe, we’ll just have to wait and see.
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I find myself ignoring the “canon” age of the characters and unconsciously rewrite the script in my head. That is my prerogative as an active consumer. Unless the anime rubs my nose in their immaturity, characters are as old as they act.
Seriously, they’d draw the characters exactly the same if they were ten years older.
Anime has a real youth fetish. The main part of it is because of the audience and they ARE catering to teen fantasy. But sometimes the fetish becomes too extreme for me, as when it turns into obvious lolicon or shoutacon where the immaturity of the cast is part of the attraction.
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