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Anime Review: Princess Jellyfish

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I recently just finished  Princess Jellyfish, and it was totally amazing! First off, the characters are super quirky and adorable. They’re portrayed to be these geeky girls living together, but deep down they’re all very passionate about their own quirky interests. I personally fell in love with this group of jellyfish-loving, fashion-obsessed ladies. They’re just so bubbly and full of life, and you can’t help but cheer for them as they navigate through their adventures, and heartwarming friendships and explore romance.

Also, the art style is like a burst of pastel-colored joy! The animation was lively and expressive, capturing all the characters’ emotions in the most adorable and derpy way possible. Every small detail, from their unique fashion choices to the way they fangirl about their hobbies, is just so relatable and heartwarming to see. Plus, the humor in Princess Jellyfish is cringe but cute. I mean, the purposely bad jokes and embarrassing situations they get into will have you laughing and wanting more.

This anime has a fantastic overall message about embracing your passions and being true to yourself. It’s all about finding your inner confidence and accepting the parts of yourself that make you special, even if it’s a huge obsession for jellyfish or a unique fashion sense. Princess Jellyfish was like a big, warm hug wrapped in an anime series. It’s the kind of anime series that brings joy into your day or will leave you with a smile. So, if you’re looking for something cute, funny, and heartwarming, this anime is a must-watch.

“Every girl is born a princess, some just forget is all” -Koibuchi Kuranosuke

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