Siblings, Kyousuke and Kirino Kousaka, don’t get along. They haven’t for years. Then one day Kyousuke discovers his sister’s secret: She is a closet otaku. She loves anime, manga, and eroge video games. She seems to have a special thing for “little sisiter” games. And for the first time in years this brother and sister begin to talk.
On the surface it seems like a harmless premise and it is mostly a harmless show. An older brother protecting his “perfect” little sister’s reputation (she’s popular, a model, and athlete) by helping her indulge in her hobby and being someone she can finally talk about it to. And the show is this….
But Kirino is a horrible person, not a tsundere, just a horrible person.
She shows the world this:
But she is this to her brother:
But what does he get? Her acting increasingly horrible over time.
And don’t even get me started on the creepy incest themes of season 2.
However I liked the first season. I didn’t much like Kirino. I liked Kyousuke ad the supporting characters. I liked the art work. And I definitely liked the theme song:
It can be an enjoyable show to watch. I would stop at season 1.
Attention Parents: Sexual innuendo, adult themes, and incestuous relationship (season 2). You have been warned.
The show may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but not every show is