Kami-sama no Memo-chou: Ep 1

Narumi was so depressing in the beginning. He was being a typical character who was unsatisfied and not content with how things were. He couldn’t feel any connection with reality until his fated encounter with Alice and the others who work for her. After his meeting with Alice and getting involved does he feel like ‘the pixels begin to form a picture’.

The Fourth is a total boss. He pawns all. hah. He’s the boss of a bunch of gangsters? But he’s pretty strong. His punch packs a lot of damage. Apparently, he’s a master at sewing but refuses to have his underlings be aware of it. Him fixing Alice’s teddy bears is pretty manly~

What really caught my attention was the characters. Each of the characters in the group is a specialist at something and that’s makes it interesting. It’s fun to see what each person’s skills are and seeing them in action. It was awesome to see Hiro texting on two different phones~

It is definitely the characters that has me interested in this series. Yes, the plot is interesting but the characters outshine everything else. Also, I didn’t think Alice would ever leave her room but she occasionally does to ‘speak for the dead’.

6 responses to “Kami-sama no Memo-chou: Ep 1

  1. ….. IT’S A LOLI? Whaaaa T.T I never heard anything about the girl being a loli… I’m sorta disappointed about that..

    This kinda reminds me of Gosick now, except the characters are a bit more interesting. ^_^ lolol but I like the fourth :3

    • You have got to admit that she’s one adorable little girl. What were you expecting then? haha.

      Haha, exactly. I kept thinking about Gosick while watching this.

      I love the fourth. <3 He's like a total poss. He's so awesome and I can't wait to see more of him~

  2. This series and Natsume Yuujinchou are easily the more interesting shows currently.

    • I haven’t watched Natsume Yuujinchou but I’m looking forward to it after I watch the other seasons… and I agree that this one is interesting.

  3. I’m definitely watching this series. Interesting cast and interesting cases. Need I say more?

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