Wolf Girl & Black Prince Blu-ray
About Wolf Girl & Black Prince Blu-ray
Wolf Girl & Black Prince set contains episodes 1-12 of the anime directed by Kenichi Kasai.
Everyone knows that lies can come back to bite you, but when Erika makes up a fake boyfriend to impress her new classmates, the results may literally end up hounding her forever!
Yes, it was dumb, but what were the odds that the random guy whose picture she used would turn out to be a student at her own school? Or that said faux-boyfriend's silence would come with such a horrible price? Now Erika doesn't just have to run and fetch at Kyoya Sata's command, she has to bark too!
He's literally treating her like a dog, and she just has to roll over and take it or he'll tell everyone the truth! But that's not the worst part, because even though this wolf in hunk's clothing has Erika collared, she may be starting to have REAL feelings for him anyway! Is she barking up the wrong tree, or could true love be unleashed in Wolf Girl & Black Prince?
Special Features: Clean Opening and Closing Animations.
Spoken Languages: Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SENTAI FILMWORKS
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Comedy, Romance
- Themes: School Life
- Age Rating: 14+
- Run Time: 300
- Year Created: 2014
- Release Date: 3/8/2016
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
At first, this anime seemed to have a generic story.
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An aloof man, who is also a bit of a jerk, somehow gets together with a naive girl. Hijinks ensue.
The show does differentiate itself slightly by making jokes about their S&M relationship. Then, “that scene” happens. It is where the show goes from acceptably playful, to outright abuse. It is hard for me to call this show a romance when my greatest hope was that the female protagonist would kick the male protagonist off a building.
From a technical and artistic standpoint, the show is good. The story is generic, and the comedy is genuinely funny at times. But, that scene (and several subsequent scenes) make it difficult to recommend the show. If the tone of the series matched with how horrible the relationship was, then I could get behind it. Instead, the male protagonist is one of the most disgusting characters to exist in a romantic comedy anime, the girl still loves him, and we are expected to root for their relationship.
Fun story. Great romance. The art is great as well as the music.
Watch it for the com, not the rom
On the shoujo scale of bubbles to kinda-rapey this one's kinda rapey, so that may immediately put off some but I'd say the romance fails because there's no chemistry; he's going out of his way to humiliate her and she's a desperate doormat who's both too proud to admit her total virginity to her friends and too needy to turn him away for treating her like garbage.
As a romance it fails - you don't want to root for these idiots - but as a comedy it often works and that's the reason to see it. The sheer extent of his jerkishness and her commitment to her lies is a perfect comedic chemistry for the same reasons that it makes for terrible romantic chemistry.