My First Girlfriend is a Gal Essentials Blu-ray
About My First Girlfriend is a Gal Essentials Blu-ray
My First Girlfriend is a Gal contains uncut and uncensored fanservice from episodes 1-10 and the additional OVA of the anime directed by Hiroyuki Furukawa.
Life for Junichi Hashiba is the literal worst: he’s a loser, has weird friends, and worse yet…he’s a virgin! With his life going nowhere, he lets his pervy friends talk him into doing the impossible—asking out sexy gal, Yukana Yame! After all, a girl obsessed with makeup, showing skin, and being fashionable af, is totally an easy score for a guy like him…right?
Down on his knees, heart racing, and face flushed, Junichi makes his move to ask Yukana out. And nails her—err it! But if Junichi thinks he’s got a one-way ticket to her bedroom, he’s got another thing coming. Instead, he’s pulled deep into a world of firsts while also catching the interests of other girls. And though he’s drowning in DDs and invitations to lose that precious V-card, Junichi realizes that for the first time—he’s in love! Is this guy-meets-gal love story meant to be, or will the only thing he’ll be screwing is his first chance at love?
Special Features: Episode 4 Commentary, Episode 6 Video Commentary, Promo Videos, Commercials, and Textless Songs.
- 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
- Year Created: 2017
- Release Date: 9/10/2019
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
Bodacious Beauties and Adorable Waifus!
by Mikail -
I am addicted to this show, I've watched it so many times that I just HAD to buy the Blu Ray and let me tell you I DON'T regret it! This anime continues to be hilarious and titillating, it's got amazing humor and a heavy amount of fanservice! I highly recommend.
Must have series for comedy fanservice fans.
by Fafnir -
How to summarize this series: while fanservice heavy, it is actually more comedic with a dash of high school romance thrown in. Most of the characters except for one obvious standout are more complicated than they initially appear and the main character is surprising honest with himself about his motives for asking her out in the first place. From there you get a lot of chaos out of the situations portrayed and yes there is a beach episode and a school festival episode. But is largely all done with a sense of humor in mind. Definitely worth picking up if fanservice series are your thing and you don’t mind laughing in the process.