In the 7th Anime Moment for this year, I will be focusing on Ookami-san. While I have some mixed feelings about the show, it was rather entertaining since it had a really violent tsundere named Ookami Ryoko. While not too different from other tsundere stories that JC Staff makes, it has fairy tale characters as its cast, which made it pretty interesting. (Image Source)
While I haven’t watched the whole season (only 7 episodes), the show while it seems average was a bit more entertaining than Maid-sama. Consider the male lead, Ryoshi, which seems to be extremely shy, but caring person. It’s a known fact that tsunderes aren’t really strong people and have to use violence to cover up their insecurity. Ryoko uses her violence on Ryoshi to feel better about her even though it was a compliment. Nevertheless, Ryoshi remains on her side despite this personality trait.
The most enjoyable moment I saw is the 7th episode where Ryoko and Ryoshi go on double date to help make a young girl and a baseball player act like a couple. The only problem with Ryouko and Ryoshi is that they don’t act like a couple. They go to the movies, have fun at an arcade and eventually had picnic. This is when in private, trying to save a cat from a tree, but instead the branch falls into the pond. When Ryoushi saves her, she gains a personality 3 years ago which seems to be a lot sweeter, thus the deredere side… Her 13-year-old self seems to be a lot sweeter than 16-year-old self and I enjoyed it. The date is so godly and sweet that it’s not even funny. Unfortunately, that was cut short with Shirou messing with Ookami-san mind, but it was fun!
Not to mention, Ryouko looks really cute when she wears a frilly dress and a maid outfit.
While Ookami-san may have some noticeable flaws, I still think that it’s pretty enjoyable show. Sure the narrator is so annoying and there is plot holes, but tsundere Ookami-san going tsuntsun towards Ryoshi since I am a sucker for tsunderes.