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Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko season 2 release date

Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko season 2



Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko season 2 release date

Boy this anime is strange. In many ways.

Usually, anything with the word "hentai" in it is instantly thrown out the window for most people, as its word association is for the most part, is towards porn, as hentai means "pervert" in the japanese language. Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko, or the hentai prince and stony cat in english uses that word in such a way, that it almost means nothing, in this pretty damn good rom-com.
First off it started like any normal anime these days: with a perverted male going on and on about swimsuits and what not. Then it turned into semi-magical anime where a cat statue grants wishes. Then it became a semi-love story with lot of harem. Then it went back to the cat statue that grants wishes, only this time everyone could use it. Then it became a mess of sorts and I got totally confused by the episode. And then it turned into a full-blown sad story through the cat statue where they go into the past to uncover the mysteries of the present. And when they return, its back to the harem non-sense. Lmao.

The story of Hentai Ouji (simplifying the title), bases itself around Youto Yokodera, an open pervert, as many can guess from the title. Through a series of circumstances involving the best friend character giving up his pervert ways, and Youto's own desire to be open about being perverted, as well as hearing about a wish granting cat statue thing, Youto meets a girl named Tsukiko, who attempts to also make a wish, only to find out that both of them are discontent with their new lives, and make a pact about getting back what is theirs. 

Above all, this story is as imaginative and original as they come. Personally, I have never seen a story quite like this before, and because of that, it piqued my interest. However, it should be noted that that story only pertains to about 3 or so episodes.





The anime's plotline is split in about 3 or so arcs where it mainly focuses on 3 of the main characters. (The last one arguably focuses on 2 at one time.) Each of the arcs having their own separate focus as a whole. It's to the point that since the anime stems so far from the original idea, that the story becomes a completely different thing altogether. However, though this sounds like a terrible thing, the story actually fits together really well, and provides a very good viewing experience. Personally, I liked how the anime went, because I was never really bored with it at all. 

I honestly demand for a second season!
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