A surprisingly earnest, interesting, and very enjoyable piece that sets the bar for harem anime.
A surprisingly decent (not necessarily good) sports/shonen of water polo / butt wrestling, naturally in a heavily ecchi environment. Not worth much past the novelty of the gag premise, scratches a shonen/battle itch more than an ecchi itch.
An effective, more classical approach to horror that lets the supernatural stay supernatural. While being somewhat one-note near the end, it does its job of keeping you up for a night or two.
A simple slice of life with very impressive artwork quality. Cute girls doing cute things, but with less "anime nonsense" and more loving tribute.
While definitely an "Early 2000's shojo anime" there is a lot here that really endures (and endears) that makes it worthwhile as more than just an important contextual piece, but an excellent exploration of growth through trauma.
Very much a cliché anime Harem RomCom, but with some good moments. A decent void filler, but nothing special.
The fun “tease you because I’m too shy to admit I have a crush on you” dynamic from Takagi-san, but in High school and a bit more sadistic and frisky.