Haiyore Nyaruko-san First Impressions

So, I’ve already decided not to blog about this show, but I took notes while I was watching and I’d hate for it to go to waste. Basically, this show follows Yasaka Mahiro, whose life is changed when he meets Nyarlathotep (or Nyarko), an alien sent to protect him from some criminal organization that’s smuggling on Earth or something. Most of the show is just random comedy, with a lot of references to Lovecraft that I don’t get (I have limits, you know!). I have a bunch of questions, though. Maybe I missed it, but what’s so important about Mahiro? I get the bit about chasing the criminal organization, but why does he need to be protected?

I have to admit, some of the parts like the fast-forward part were pretty funny. But still, did they have to break the fourth wall? That annoys me so much when shows do that. As for the music, the opening was facepalm-worthy and the voice in the ending theme was killing me the whole time. Both of the songs give me shivers. Anyways, random comedy is random. Like I said before, I’m not blogging about this, and it’s for a very specific reason. It’s nothing against the show itself as I’ll keep watching, but I don’t get any of their references, so I’d feel bad posting about it. I’ll end with this: lolwut random Pokemon reference?

8 thoughts on “Haiyore Nyaruko-san First Impressions”

  1. Ahahah, the opening was CATCHY just like the series! Filled with tons of reference damn…too many to count…
    I’m loving this series…really! 😀

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  2. Despite the retarded typical bot meets girl story this show was very entertaining! But random comedy tends to be annoying so im not sure how much I will continue to like this.

    Anyway, the OP is indeed worthy of a face-palm. Espcially the begining of it.

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  3. If you haven’t seen it yet, check out the web anime of this. The opening song is so much better. In fact, just watch the whole web anime.

    Just remember, the opening will never be as bad as the kill me baby opening. Let all those bad memories resurface

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