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» Company
Media Blasters (Anime Works)
» Running Time
90 mins
» Genre
Action, Ecchi Humor, Drama
» Type
TV Series
» Final Score
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Mouse Vol. 1: Stealing Temptation

» written by Wai Yung (Wayne) Chim [Discuss]

Sorata is an art instructor at Yamanoue School. At the young age of 20 he is already a full-fledged teacher with a meek and nerd-like disposition. Yet Sorata has a secret… he’s Mouse, the internationally infamous thief and a shameless flirt to boot. This mischievous rogue is assisted by three scandalously endowed attendants. With Mei Momozono the genius math teacher, Hazuki Kakio the rough and ready phys-ed coach, and the lovely school nurse Yayoi Kuribayashi, Mouse can steal ANYTHING.

Mouse mouse mouse. This title seems like a fun series, but the originality is just nonexistent. It is like DN Angel mixed up with Steel Angel Kurumi. All you have to do is just take the phantom thief from DN Angel and three female servants from Steel Angel Kurumi and you will get Mouse. This series to me just does not make a big statement from the get go. It felt like any other ordinary shounen title that strives for fan service rather than attempting to give the viewers another look, a better look, such as, a story that is intriguing with a less emphasis on the ecchi-ness.

Not everything should be based on the big boobies and hot babes, but Mouse does not give me any other perspective to view it other than a fan service filled anime. It feels nice and fresh during the first episode… then it begins to deteriorate by episode. And at the midpoint of the DVD, I was just rushing for it to end already, because I had other things to put my time and energy in; mainly, other anime of course.

Probably the only reason that will allow me to make an effort to continue Mouse is because this is only the first volume. Sure, I will give it a chance to repent for volume one, if volume two still does not satisfy me then… that is that.

The Breakdown
Mouse is an average ecchi humor anime. While there are cosplay, servant-type ecchi things going on, it tastes like stale milk overall.


» The Pros
One volume, six episodes; that is quite a deal for $19.99...

» The Cons
... But as for getting six entertaining episodes, that is another story.

» Animation
Clean and crisp, and yes the twins jiggle. :P

» Sound
The opening theme is just whack. Mouse chu mouse? Sounds pretty corny to me. Voice acting was okay, cannot complain about.

» Story
Mouse is pretty much average in story. It does not excite nor does it latch onto you. To me, this is just another ordinary shounen title.

» Recommend
When the cats are away, the Mouse comes out to play... but the thing is, the cats were not really away so that leads to... imagine.


» Other Information
Language: English/Japanese Dialogue with English Subtitles.


Mei Momozono graces the cover, sex appeal sells, anyone?



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