Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de

Title:Kimi ga Aruji de Shitsuji ga Ore de
Kimiaru (Alternate Title)
They Are My Noble Masters
きみある (Japanese)
君が主で執事が俺で (Japanese)
Keywords: , , , , , ,
Notables: Music - FUJIMA Hitoshi
Uesagi Ren and his sister Mihato run away from home because of domestic violence. When they at last reach the city they have a hard time finding work (and money). They eventually enter the service of the Kuonji family, making a pledge of absolute loyalty. Thus Ren`s days of being a butler to the demanding Kuonji heir begins...

(Summary from ANIDB)

Series aired January thru March '08.
Animation by A.C.G.T.
13 TV Episodes.

Read the translated manga online at MangaFox.

1:59min series promo/advert - YouTube Video
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Rent 8 8 9 8 6 6 Anime of dream [series:1728#3384]
They are my noble masters . . . if you have watched Hayate no Gotoku , you might think this is another duplication of it .Well , to be honest , the story is pretty much same as Hayate no Gotoku but there is reason that makes it worth watching .

Drama : Aver Comedy : Aver Opinion: Aver

Well , many people find this anime a pretty disappointing since it's a replica of Hayate no Gotoku .What difference is , the story is about a runaway of brother and sister , Uesugi Ren and Uesugi Mihato .Ren decided to do this in order to stay away from his corrupted behaviour father and to bring happiness to his sister , who he always called Hato-nee .In order to survive this new city they have just moved , they will have to work immediately but still no luck of finding a good job .Next day ,Ren stumbled upon a cute girl .The girl was really weak on handling outdoors and sudden felt weak .Later , Ren took her home and found out that the girl was actually daughter of a rich family .Here ,Ren and Mihato able to take job as butler and maid

Rating :: 78%

if you have finished watching this anime the meaning of this anime would be "Family is not about bloodties , is about support and love" Advice "Never ill treating your own children"

Last updated Friday, January 06 2012. Created Friday, January 06 2012.
Watch 8 8 8 7 7 7 Dreamer [series:1728#2279]
The cast of kawaii looking characters is what caught my interest. But then.....

Art, Animation & Character Designs
Artwork and animation on par with most other series. Character designs were your norm and architype mix. Again, nothing special here.

The OP was your typical pop-style high-pitched female vocal song. Nothing really special here and not really worth nothing.... as well as the rest of the soundtrack.

Series and Episode Story
After watching this through, I couldn't help but compare it to very similar titles... as mentioned by Stretch's review. I really didn't get into this series much. There were some funny moments and midly interesting episodes. Aside from that, nothing really special here.

Overall, just mildly fun and ok. Only watch it if you have the spare time.

Last updated Monday, November 30 2009. Created Monday, November 30 2009.
Unevaluated Forbin [series:1728#1573]

I didn't think it was as bad as stretch puts it, the S&M Student is a bit over the top, the rest is not bad,

It's not a girls bravo but it's not an AVOID.

Last updated Sunday, January 20 2008. Created Sunday, January 20 2008.
Rent Stretch [series:1728#628]
(All episodes watched):

Someone (I don't remember their name) put it best at another website:

"My first impression was: cheap Hayate no Gotoku ripoff."
"At the end, my impression was: halfway decent Hayate no Gotoku ripoff".

That was pretty much the same path my own attitude to Kimiaru took, though it took me more than one episode to come around. The title and premise of this series invite a comparison to He Is My Master, which isn't particularly risky since that wasn't the greatest show. But as I watched the first episode it soon became clear that this one is uncomfortably similar to Hayate no Gotoku! as well, which is quite dangerous because that is an excellent show. Whose idea was it, I wondered, to air this modest copy while HnG was still running? Every aspect of Kimiaru seemed to pale in comparison. The characters were nowhere near as colorful and amusing, and the jokes are nowhere near as funny. There seemed to be little that was particularly original here, and what there was tended to be of average or below average quality.

One radical difference between Kimiaru and HnG which quickly becomes evident is that whereas HnG takes a commendable (and unusual) hands-off attitude to fanservice, Kimiaru wallows in it. Just watch the ED sequence in which each female character is stripped to her 'undies. And, believe it or not, Kimiaru is actually funny enough that I don't feel particularly dirty after watching an episode (like I did early on). I think this is enough of a difference between the two shows that I can forgive this one's not particularly original premise. Another difference is that much to my surprise, Kimiaru isn't completely episodic, rather the characters do some developing and certain issues are carried on from one episode to another. Kimiaru also gets steadily funnier, I think; the "prime numbers" gag in episode three was great fun--that's the last excuse I'd have thought of when caught in an embarassing situation. I especially enjoy the parodies of other popular anime like Death Note and Initial D.

I was much too hard on this show early on. At the end, the cast has developed such a pleasing personality that I'm genuinely sorry to see them go. The conclusion, involving making peace with Ren and Mihato's abusive father, and a developing romance between Ren and one of the women in the house (which I found pleasantly unexpected), was surprisingly satisfying. Not brilliant, but better than I had expected. Whereas it doesn't look like there will be any "conclusion" to Hayate no Gotoku anytime soon, KgAdSgOd (what an abbreviation!) handles it well. It was a mistake for me to think that one good show should monopolize a basic premise, since sometimes imitations are as good or better than the original. The best indicator of how my attitude towards this show has come around would be this: I wish they'd make another season!

An ecchi Hayate no Gotoku--fairly funny, and in general satisfying, too

Last updated Wednesday, April 09 2008. Created Friday, January 11 2008.

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