kamigami no asobi anime

The signs as reverse harem anime

Aries: Hakuouki

Originally posted by labyrinthofleah

Taurus: Norn9

Originally posted by hamatora

Gemini: Ouran High School Host Club

Originally posted by mean-mugen

Cancer: Uta no Prince-sama

Originally posted by bonbonbunny

Leo: Amnesia

Originally posted by benjandan

Virgo: Arcana Famiglia

Originally posted by anime-manga-forever-otaku

Libra: Diabolik Lovers

Originally posted by melty-love

Scorpio: Kamigami no Asobi

Originally posted by hamatora

Sagittarius: Vampire Knight

Originally posted by keiki-senpai

Capricorn: Akatsuki no Yona

Originally posted by r-en-19

Aquarius: Fruits Basket

Originally posted by keiki-senpai

Pisces: Boys Over Flowers

Originally posted by muchalu4ever

Descriptions of Anime by my friend who has never seen any of them
  • Free!: This is about swimming why the fuck is it called free?
  • Noragami: Track suit, John Cena, and sword boy sweep the nation
  • Attack on Titan: This is actually pretty fucked up
  • One Punch Man: The six million dollar man dyes his hair and teams up with Baldy to save the world
  • Uta no Prince Sama: music is love, music is life
  • Kamisama Kiss: I stopped listening after you said "fox guy"
  • Magi: One thousand and one nights, but with more colorful hair
  • Black Butler: Great Expectations the anime
  • Kamigami no Asobi: Mythology the anime
  • Hunter x Hunter: Twelve year olds kick ass
  • Tokyo Ghoul: cannibalism
  • Soul Eater: People are weapons? wtf?
  • Haikyuu!!: Volley Ball the anime
  • Owari No Seraph: Dystopian Twilight with demons
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Robot and blondie try to get their bodies back
  • Akame ga Kill: Assassins "R" Us
In honor of Valentine's Day, I thought I'd recommend my top ten favorite romance anime.

1) NANA

A frank depiction of the love/sex life of a woman in her twenties, this anime follows badass, chain-smoking, aspiring punk rocker Nana, and her clumsy, feminine roommate of the same name as they struggle to find a meaningful connection with someone in the big city, and also find themselves. Features the struggle of love vs. career, the consequences of giving your heart (and body) to the wrong person, the difficulties of long-distance relationships, and the joy and pain of living on your own. 

Warning: depicts sex, drinking, smoking, domestic violence, and a male prostitute character. Not a show for kids or anyone uncomfortable with these subjects. 

2) Peach Girl

Teenage protagonist Momo takes absolutely zero shit from the characters around her, be it her love interests or her female rivals. That’s one of the reasons I love this series. It’s got an insanely complex and dramatic plot with a million twists and turns that would be impossible to explain concisely here, but the basics are this: Momo’s years on the swim team have bleached her hair and tanned her skin, making her think her crush, Toji, will never be attracted to her and the rest of the school think she’s a Barbie-copycat bimbo. Her “friend”, Sae, bullies her constantly, and her one actual friend, Kairi, is a perverted knucklehead who she can’t quite figure out her feelings for. How can she survive the minefield of rumors, miscommunications, and mean girls that is high school?

3) Suzuka

This anime is unusual in that it’s a love story (not a harem and/or ecchi series) told from the perspective of a teenage boy. Yamato falls in love at first sight with the beautiful Suzuka when he sees her practicing her high jump, and summarily joins the track team in an attempt to impress her. It….doesn’t work, at least not at first, but Yamato vows to keep trying, because she’s the only one for him. Yamato and Suzuka are also hilariously tsundere to each other and manage to say the exact worst thing at least a dozen times. XD But, there’s also a lot of real drama here that will hit you right in the feels. 

4) Uta no Prince-sama

This admittedly cheesy reverse-harem anime follows young Nanami’s quest to write songs worthy of the seven handsome musicians she attends performing arts school with, in hopes that one day they can all debut as idols together. Many of her scenes with these boys are incredibly romantic, despite the fact that not one of them actually kisses her in the entirety of the two currently available seasons. -_- This series is full of awesome J-Pop, beautifully animated bishies, and far more heart than you’d expect.

5) Kamigami no Asobi

Revolving around a mortal woman named Yui who is spirited away to an extradimensional island and commanded by Zeus to teach the value of humanity and love to gods from Greek, Norse, Japanese, and Egyptian mythology, this reverse-harem series starts out cute and fluffy and then heads right into Feels-and-Yandere Land with no goddam warning. It also has copious amounts of manservice. ;) I highly recommend it! 

6) B Gata H Kei

An extremely frank depiction of high-school sexuality that’s also over-the-top comedy, this anime tells the story of horny teenager Yamada, whose dreams of having casual, anonymous sex with as many boys as she can get her hands on (a total 180 from the usual blushing, innocent shoujo heroine). But, every sexually liberated woman has to start somewhere, and so Yamada chooses naive, awkward gentleman Kosuda (what a role reversal!) to be her first sexual experience. But, seducing him proves much harder than she initially imagined, because he’s the most oblivious boy on the planet! This series bravely features scenes other anime would consider taboo, like shopping for condoms and visiting a love hotel.  It’s also one of the funniest comedies I’ve ever watched.

Warning: contains nudity and arguably “ecchi” scenes. 

7) Fruits Basket

A shoujo classic suitable for any age group, this anime tells the heartwarming tale of how unfailingly optimistic orphan Tohru heals the emotional wounds of a beautiful but broken clan of cursed shapeshifters. 

8) AnoHana

You’ll bawl your eyes out over the tragic love between emotionally stunted Jintan and the ghost of his childhood friend, Menma, who he was never able to confess his true feelings for (and the unrequited-ish love of his other friend, Anaru, who still lives, but wonders if she can ever compete with Menma’s memory). 

9) Ouran High School Host Club

Another classic, this anime tells an unconventional but unforgettable love story about a blue-collar, arguably non-binary teen and the ultrarich, clueless coterie of boys who she forms a host club with. It’s half parodying comedy, half feelsy drama, and all awesome!

10) Princess Jellyfish

Tsukimi is an agoraphobic, extremely socially anxious, awkward, nerdy NEET girl with a bizzarre obsession with jellyfish. Kuranosuke is a rich, extroverted drag queen. You wouldn’t think they’d fall in love, but they do, and it’s one of those stories you just need to see. 

I definitely reccomend all ten of these anime to anyone!! Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day, followers!!

Reverse Harem

So, while perusing the “Dance with Devils” tag last night, I saw a lot of: “This a breath of refreshing air! FINALLY a reverse harem where the main protagonist is smart! Oh, look, actual story and plot!”
I just want to facepalm because there are WAY better reverse harems with MUCH smarter female leads and far better plot. And the most important part: males actually considering heroine a real human being and not a prize to be won.
So, let me instill that breath of fresh air for a moment.


The one everyone knows:

Ouran Highschool Host Club: Literally everyone knows this anime and the protagonist is ridiculously intelligent and puts up with no shit ever. Even when she finally starts to fall for Tamaki in the manga, she still maintains her sense of strength and wisdom, though still oblivious as always of course. And the main cast all think of her as a person and respect her, though Hikaru and Kaoru had their problems in the beginning.


Akatsuki no Yona: While Hak does struggle with an extreme desire to possess Yona, we see him overcome that and instead change it to “I want to show you off to the world, show everyone who you are, what you’ve become and how strong you are” obviously those aren’t exact words but the point is clear. While everyone is consistently concerned for her life (she does make a lot of rash decisions), they all respect her and adore her. Plus the plot is AMAZING.



Hanasakeru Seishounen: While this plot IS more romance based AND the father literally sets the daughter up with all of these men almost as if she were a possession, he makes it clear later that he did it for her choice and not to actually force her into something she wouldn’t want, he just wanted a back up plan. Even the main character who does want to possess her never forces her into anything EVER. He makes efforts to protect her while also understanding her free spirit. Plus, this is also highly politically based and has an amazing plot.


Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge: While the art style may not appeal to everyone, this show is HILARIOUS. The romance is barely touched on in the anime (the manga concentrates on it) and for once not everyone wants the main character, who is one of the most eccentric heroine in reverse harem anime ever.

There, four anime that don’t have bland heroines and actually have a purpose. I could name a couple of others (like the first season of Uta no Prince-sama, though the main character there is a bit bland in comparison to these four or Kamigami no Asobi) but I’d say these four reign supreme over the others.

This isn’t meant to attack Dance with Devils fans, since I obviously like it too, just to say it isn’t necessarily a breath of fresh air, LOL.

The signs and their reverse harem husband

Aries: Kyoya Ootori

Originally posted by ourandaily

Taurus: Hades Aidoneus

Originally posted by shinkai--hayato

Gemini: Urie Sogami

Originally posted by urushenna

Cancer: Lindo Tachibana

Originally posted by reijikotobuki

Leo: Tamaki Suoh

Originally posted by chocobunssss

Virgo: Ikki

Originally posted by matsunagatomoyah

Libra: Ren Jinguji

Originally posted by toushir0

Scorpio: Laito Sakamaki

Originally posted by pipulero

Sagittarius: Toma

Originally posted by anime-is-my-lifee

Capricorn: Ayato Sakamaki

Originally posted by unicornvatanuki

Aquarius: Ranmaru Kurosaki

Originally posted by ulquimaniac

Pisces: Loki Laevatein

Originally posted by spirit-bombed

anonymous asked:

Hot anime guys that fit your personality for each sign?

The Signs As Hot Anime Guys 

Aries: Tamaki Suoh 

Originally posted by musicroomnumberthree

Taurus: Izaya Orihara 

Originally posted by hamatora

Gemini: Kise Ryouta 

Originally posted by penaldoh

Cancer: Oikawa Tooru 

Originally posted by nanasaes

Leo: Ichinose Tokiya 

Originally posted by tomoelda

Virgo: Kakashi Hatake 

Originally posted by kakashitting

Libra: Yuu Hyakuya 

Originally posted by morgianafanaliss

Scorpio: Loki Laevatein 

Originally posted by royalreiss

Sagittarius: Uta 

Originally posted by kyoncchi

Capricorn: Levi Ackerman 

Originally posted by koujichan

Aquarius: Rin Matsuoka

Originally posted by rinzmatsuoka

Pisces: Laito Sakamaki 

Originally posted by chizuruyu

Reblog if you would like a second season of the next anime series.

- Binan Kokou Chikyuu Bouei Bu-Love! (and more kinatsu or enatsu,or imagine this show converted in a tipical otome,with a inutil cute heroine not desided for  none boy, because,she is a fangirl and love shiping the boys)

- karneval (and gareki return)

- Gugure!-kukkuri-san

- Meganebu (and more megane and pretty boys)

- Bakumatsu Rock!

- Black Bullet

- kyoukai no Kanata

- No Game No Life

- Ookami shoujo to Kuro Ouji

- Brothers conflict

- Vampire Knight

- Inu x Boku ss

- Love Stage!! 

- Gekkan shojo Nozaki-kun (and more mikoriin)

- Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist (and more Dantalion,and the cuteness of sytry)

- Pandora Hearts

- Kamigami no Asobi