It’s time to return to the land of Flonyard filled with people with animal ears and tails.
I admit that I enjoyed the first season of Dog Days even though I had mixed feelings. Obviously, the drama that the producers decided to inject half way through the season didn’t fit so well since most of the show had a light-hearted feeling. With the second season, it was a noticeable improvement since it avoided any seriousness and instead, focused on stuff like friendship and adventure as Becky and Nanami experiences life on Flonyard for the first time. While some people didn’t like this approach, I still enjoyed it.
If you wondering what specific moment that makes this show entertaining, there is a lot of them I can talk about ranging from defeating demonic hares, a deity controlling people’s bodies, body swapping, Éclair forcefully kissing Shinku and a Demon King that turns out to be a complete pervert. However, there is one particular episode I found endearing and it’s Episode 7.
While it sucks to have your power cut in half by those age changing rats and cause one to digress, the girls’ younger form of themselves looked adorable although I don’t have any particular preference. At the same time, Shinku’s hero form gets introduced thanks to the crystal Adélaïde gave him and he looks handsome and awesome after changing into his older version of himself. His attractiveness from the Hero Form also catches Becky’s, Yuuki’s and possibly Éclair’s attention.
Thankfully, it didn’t stop there as Becky got the same treatment with the Demon Crystal, although it’s subtler in comparison. Even so, it’s a good thing that Shinku started to have some kind of interest in her after she let down her hair. Otherwise, we would have another childhood friend Friendzoned again. Maybe now, she will have a fighting chance in winning his heart even though it’s not clear which girl he actually loves. I guess we have to wait until the next season. With that, I’m hoping that Shinku, Becky and Nanami will bring Millhi and her friends to visit earth.
Tomorrow: A Girl finally rediscovers her Mother’s passion for music
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