Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches is the story of a couple of student who have the supernatural power of switching body with, seemingly, anyone they kiss. They discover their power and use the supernatural activity club as the basis of operation to hide their secret and experiment with it further will still making full use of its potential.
I expect a lot of exploring of their individual bodies and cheating at exam kind of scenario in the future. The romance and harem is already strong in this one and it seems that yaoi and yuri fans will be able to delight in the beauty of same-sex sensual kisses because those teens don’t seem too shy about experimenting with one another no matter their gender and sexual-orientation. This show reminds me a lot of the way Kokoro Connect first started about 2 years ago. I am told that Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo doesn’t turn as psychological and dramatic as Kokoro Connect, but it still intrigues me greatly and I am really into the whole switching body anime type. The characters look to have some kind of depth, the show seems well done enough, the jokes and event made me laugh quite a bit. I’m into it, it is just unfortunate that the ecchi was so light, you can be sure I’d be masturbating all day and night if I can switch to the body of the opposite sex for a day.
I can only blog so many show every season and while I will without a doubt watch Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo, I won’t be able to cover it this season. There are just too many heavy hitter this season and this anime doesn’t have quite the premise that the other one I am covering do. I will still recommend the show, because as an harem romantic comedy it looks quite awesome. If you are into body switching, or school comedy, this sounds like a good one to following throughout Spring.
ZeroGhj signing off