Wataru is a young man who moves into an apartment next to Tomoka and Fumie Fusono, two voluptuous sisters who used to know him when he was a shy child. Now Wataru is all grown up, and the Fusono sisters are ready to take full advantage of that fact.
What are some must-watch anime for April?
Golden Kamuy - An adventurous tale of a veteran of the Russo-
Japanese war teaming up with a native Ainu girl to find a stolen stash of gold nuggets by tracking down convicts with a code to find said gold tattooed on their torsos.
Adapted from one of the most well-received, currently running manga out there, I can say with confidence from having read a lot of it that this will be the most thrilling anime oi the season.
Worries have been raised over the choice to animate the bears and wolves in (not very good) CG, but if that’s the biggest issue this anime has, it’s sure to be one of the most talked about of the season. Tada-kun Doesn’t Fall In Love - A fun, energetic rom-com from the same guys who made Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, this has the potentially to be an extremely watchable and plain happy show. It looks pretty, the character designs are plenty attractive, and from what we’ve seen so far of what the story is shaping up to be, might actually more character-development-driven than any of the studio’s previous works. Also, the OP makes me grin like an idiot, it’s so infectiously pleasant. Megalo Box - A grungy show about underground boxing with super-powered exoskeletons.
The main character seems likeable, the world is immersive and believable, and while we haven’t seen much of the fights yet, they’re sure to be a feast for the eyes.