Kae Serinuma is a second year high schooler and an avid fujoshi who secretly ships her classmates, Igarashi-kun and Nanashima-kun. The death of her favorite anime character causes her to become stressed—and loses weight rapidly. Now that Serinuma has become an attractive girl to her classmates, her snarky kouhai Shinomiya-kun, and her senpai Mutsumi, how is she going to deal with them …with her constant BL-filled, fujoshi mind?! – My Anime List
Based on 6 review scores:
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Kiss Him, Not Me is a goofy comedy that treats its heroine with more respect that you might at first suspect and doesn’t do too badly by its heroes either. It has a real knack with the awkward situation and it is very clear that author Junko really does feel a kinship with her heroine, because it’s hard not to see aspects of yourself in Kae even while (in my case) admiring how she actually can handle her situation without crawling into a hole. This is a series that gives the reverse harem genre a good name with its lighthearted approach to a girl discovering that life and hobbies can sometimes intertwine in the weirdest ways.
Overall I am actually enjoying the show and always looking forward to the next episode…keeps you wondering who’s gonna make the next move or what kind of side jokes are coming lol. I remember someone saying that 2016 is a good year for us fujoshi—that seems about right!!! Given this show, if there is anyone who wants to join us on the “dark side” and spiral into the depths of fujoshism (who does, right? lol), this show just might be a good place to start
Just watch it. If you like it, you should probably watch more. If not, maybe not.
Every episode so far has be rather comical
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For a great laugh and an anime that any otaku can connect with, Kiss Him, Not Me is a great anime!
This anime, for what its worth, is an alright anime. Its a good laugh, has decent character development, makes you even root for certain people to win over the others. What it lacked was a good strong ending. Maybe it was set up for a S2, maybe its just promoting the manga. I don’t know. In that sense, this anime had potential. It had us captivated with their humor at times. But it needed an ending to bring it all in, and it dropped the ball.