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D-Frag was an enjoyable ride, i definitely liked the show but it wasn't anything to blow you out of your chair, so to speak. It had its moments that gave me a good laugh but for the most part it was just very average for me. Right when the series feels like its possibly finding its footing its over, so that was a little disappointing. The characters do begin to grow on you but not as much as they should. Having watched the English dub only this show reminds me exactly of "Haganai:I Don't Have Many Friends", many of the voice actors were exactly the same from that show in this one with nearly the exact personality type and that really killed it for me as well so that may make me bias(FYI if i had to choose which were better Haganai wins hands down). The character design and artwork are very nice, all the characters stand out and are really cute and appealing. The music used was also decent.
3/5 Why so low? It reminded way way to much of the anime "Haganai", this drained a lot of appeal for me. The show didn't really go anywhere and right when it starts to feel like it may start moving rather then spinning in place its over. Characters are almost all pretty forgettable. Its a fun ride, if you want something to give you good vibes its a good watch but if your looking for something thats gonna stand out in your head long after you watch it look else where.
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