Synopsis: Kenichi Shirahama, an regular 15-year-old weakling, whose life turns to Hell with the appearance of the naive, beautiful, and strong transfer student, Miu Furinji. After Kenichi witnesses Miu’s skills in martial arts, he joins the Ryouzanpaku dojo, the joining place of those who are truly strong, which also happens to be Miu’s home. After defeating a karate student in a match, he is soon challenge by all the delinquents in the school. Since then, Kenichi’s routine is divided between his hellish training with the masters of Ryouzanpaku, and his fights against the members of Ragnarok, a gang who views him as either a possible ally or an impending threat to their plans.
Aired: Oct 7, 2006 to Sep 30, 2007
Genres: Action, Comedy, Martial Arts, School, Shounen
Alternative Name(s): Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi, Kenichi, 史上最強の弟子 ケンイチ
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Cats, survival, and Siegfried… oh my.Amazingly, actually a rather quality episode for absolutely nothing really happening but more generic training that will end with some Kenichi epiphany. Unlike most, it actually seemed to have a budget… although I could really have done without the 45 second 3 frame Sieg singing sequence. Aside from that, the Kisara moments were pretty funny/cute and the Elder makes a rather good antagonist for poor Kenichi.
Why don’t anime characters ever just come out and say the reason that they’re pissed off at each other?Not a bad episode of Kenichi as far as Kenichi is concerned. The first half was certainly interesting enough with the Odin/Kenichi showdown. As soon as the eyecatch hit though, the entire tone and momentum of the episode changed as we went to nonsensical comic relief with Niijima, Siegfried and Tanimoto before trying to go back to being sort of quasi-touching with Miu and Kenichi. While it did include the arguably important return of Siegfried, it was a complete and awkward shift that totally lost the drama and impact of the first 12 minutes and really stuck out as fairly shoddy filler to pad out the episode.