My First Girlfriend is a Gal Blu-ray/DVD

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About My First Girlfriend is a Gal Blu-ray/DVD

My First Girlfriend is a Gal the Complete Series contains uncut and uncensored fanservice content not seen in the broadcast of anime episodes 1-10 and the OVA.

Junichi Hashiba’s life is the literal worst. He’s a loser, has weird friends, and worse yet, he’s a virgin! Somehow, after his pervy friends trick him into asking out sexy gal Yukana Yame, he’s caught up in a world of firsts. None of which include time in the bedroom. But Junichi will learn there’s more to Yukana and this guy-meets-gal love story could have a happy ending—of some kind!

Special Features: Episode 4 Commentary, Episode 6 Video Commentary, Promo Videos, Commercials, Textless Opening & Closing, Songs, and Trailers

Details

  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Themes: Fan Service, Harem, School Life
  • Age Rating: 17+
  • Run Time: 275
  • Release Date: 8/28/2018
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Region Code: A

Ratings & Reviews

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Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice.

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On the outside the show looks like nothing but candy coated fan service. In reality all of the sugar and spice makes for sweet series. Just like with baking a real dessert, watching everything come together makes "My First Girlfriend is a Gal" a real treat. The English cast has done an amazing job of bringing the personalities of the characters to life. While watching the characters develop into more than their stereotypes is what makes this a truly delicious show to follow.

surprisingly good

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"Gal" is an ecchi romcom that got a really bad rep that is VERY undeserved. I enjoyed it immensely, especially the dub and the raunchy and even pitch black humor. I think a lot of the bad word of mouth stems from the MC's active and graphic hormonal teenage male imagination, but I remember that phase of my life and I can't say this show gets it wrong. This being said, I don't see why an accurate rendering of the inner goings on of the MC's imagination should detract from the show. The lower a character's starting position is the more room there is for him to grow, and in Gal the MC does in fact grow quite a lot over the course of the shows few episodes. We get to follow along as he struggles and trips through all the familiar pit falls of harem romcoms, and to the writers' credit the MC is never wishy washy about his relationship. Grab it!