The Comic Artist and His Assistants DVD
About The Comic Artist and His Assistants DVD
The Comic Artist and His Assistants collection contains episodes 1-18 of the anime directed by Takeshi Furuta.
Lechery, perversion, and a lack of respect for the feelings of others are all qualities that would normally look really bad on one's resume. For manga artist Yuki Aito, however, they're the fundamentals of his art. And that art is good enough that managing editor Mihari will put up with the panicked panty runs, barrages of breast jokes, and other even lower-brow forms of self-amusement that Yuki wallows in.
But when the continuing cavalcade of carnal crudity causes Yuki to get off his work schedule, Mihari's last straw breaks and she's forced to bring in a team of assistants. Young, attractive, female assistants. Needless to say, it's not the schedule that Yuki will be trying to get on top of now, and getting a four-panel strip out on time may involve stripping AND drawing and quartering.
Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing, Japanese Promos.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy
- Themes: Fan Service, Slice of Life
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 205
- Year Created: 2014
- Release Date: 9/15/2015
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Heavy on the perverted side, but still entertaining to watch
At first this show just felt like a typical comedy harem, which as a whole, isn’t all wrong, but it turned a little more than that. The main character can be funny and charming at times, but other times he can be a little much. He’s like Tomoki Sakurai from Heaven’s Lost Property in a sense. The show does have it’s moments whether it be funny, cute, or heartfelt. There were a few times where I was like “whoa, are they actually going to do that?,” which they did and kinda left me a little uneasy. But many other times it made me chuckle, go “how cute”, and by the end I actually wanted to see more, but was content with what they had. The story might not be much but the whole thing was entertaining to watch.