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Kenka Bancho Otome Girl Beats Boys Blu-ray/DVD

3.5 star rating out of 5
3 Reviews
SKU: 704400019296

Retail Price: $34.98

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About Kenka Bancho Otome Girl Beats Boys Blu-ray/DVD

Kenka Bancho Otome - Girl Beats Boys contains episodes 1-12 of the anime series directed by Noriaki Saito.

Shishiku Academy may be brimming with handsome bad boys, but it's still an all-male school for delinquents where only the toughest rise to the top. It's the last place you'd expect to find a kind-hearted girl like Hinako. But when she runs into the son of a yakuza family who could pass as her twin, she's got no choice but to take his place and fight to rule the school.

Special Features: Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action
  • Themes: School Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 96
  • Year Created: 2017
  • Release Date: 6/26/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

A Highly Enjoyable Otome Adaptation, with Great Martial Arts


Kenka Bancho Otome is a blast to watch, with tons of martial arts and otome-hijinks packed into each 12-minute episode. Our lead, Hinako, is surprised one day by her secret twin brother, who is both the son of an infamous yakuza and set to attend an infamous delinquent school. Being a wimp, he convinces Hinako to switch schools disguised as him, throwing her into an all-male lion's den. The twist being; the petite Hinako is really, REALLY good at martial arts! Each action scene is intricately animated, and clearly based on real martial arts (Hinako's style is a dead ringer for classic Jet Li).

Being based on an otome game, she gradually becomes surrounded with a variety of attractive male characters, but for the show, this comes off as her making friends her age for the first time. It's heartwarming to see her come into her own, even in such a ridiculously violent school.

I greatly enjoyed this anime, and recommend it to everyone.

3 star rating out of 5

Worth Every Penny - If On-Sale


This series is a great adaptation, for one. But beyond that, each episode is incredibly captivating. The characters are well-liked and developed - even the 'bad guys'. However, given that they're 12-minute episodes, paying more than $1 an episode is a tall order. There's so much to cover in 12/13 episodes that it's a real bummer each episode is only 12-minutes. I feel like if the normal 22-minutes, then there would've been more/adequate time to develop - they have backstory and history that is brought up, and then very, very quickly explored, because closing abruptly. I feel like if the structure of the show were different (22-minutes, or more than 1-season, for example), then this would be even better. But until then, it's really only worth the buy if it's drastically on-sale - because even the normal 'sale' of $15 is more than I'd be willing to pay for a 12-minute/episode season.

3 star rating out of 5

So-so adaptation

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I enjoyed the manga, so I tried the anime. To me, it was very so-so; the episodes are VERY short, and have even less depth to character and plot than the manga. Also, I was kind of thrown off by the (to me) weird and intermittent use of a sort of documentary/interview style to gloss over jumps in the "story" or to segue onwards. The art was quite nice, though.