My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8 Review: The Most Beautiful Thing in The World

So it’s a date! It is now time to learn how cameras work and to explore some abandoned buildings and lost childhoods with My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8. Let’s see how everything went about in this review!

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8 Overview

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8 Title

My Dress-Up Darling or Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi Wo Suru in original Japanese is a romance and slice of life anime based on a popular manga written series by Shinichi Fukuda. It is being adapted into the medium of anime by Studio CloverWorks, a studio that hasn’t exactly been having the best time of its existence right about now. The studio has faced immense criticism in just the previous year for how it handled two anime properties, Wonder Egg Priority and The Promised Neverland Season 2.

Keisuke Shinohara is directing the show. He has been directly involved in the productions of various anime series in the past, including Wonder Egg Priority and Devilman: Crybaby. Click here to read our review of the seventh episode of the show! This episode is also known as Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi Wo Suru Episode 8.

– Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi Wo Suru Episode 8 Review does not contain any spoilers –

My Dress Up Darling Episode 8 Review- You Can Always Experience Something New

Marin Gojo My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8

It is hard to escape the concepts of “high-key” and “low-key” these days, as these phrases are seemingly included in most terminally online vocabularies. High-key is supposed to be more straight-up, while low-key is less definitive and under the radar. Out of all the episodes we have had in this show so far, the latest one was the most low-key out of all of them. It was a particularly simplistic outing that didn’t try to reach for the moon but accomplished what it was trying to do.

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The photography conversation was fine, but it wasn’t anything that your average Instagram and Snapchat user wouldn’t already know about. The conversation between Juju’s sister and Marin did not yield anything productive, and it served more as a way to introduce Juju’s sister as a more important member of the cast. It did not work as well as it could have, but it was a fine effort nonetheless. She is a great character who has the potential to be one of the best members of the cast.

Gojo Grandpa My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8

Juju’s inner psyche and backstory also get a spotlight this week, as she is revealed to be a more conflicted character than her shell indicates. She represents a whole generation who grew up watching superheroes and hoping to be like them someday, who grew up only to realise they don’t exist. She is the voice of an entire generation, even though she doesn’t appear to be a day over 13. She has a moody yet mature thing going on for her, which works well with Marin’s unfiltered enthusiasm.

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Juju serves as a way for Gojo to realise how happy getting complimented for his craft makes him. He is the perfect cinnamon roll of a character who is too precious to be corrupted by the evil in the world. Not only is he one of the most sincere protagonists ever witnessed in an anime such as this, but he also treats everything and everyone with the respect they deserve. It’s hard not to root for his success, especially after what is revealed about his life towards the end of My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8. He deserves happiness, and he’s lucky he has got someone like Marin by his side.

Marin is a positive force of nature and somehow matches Gojo in her sincerity and respect. Her cush on him gets a little more time in this outing, and they are adorable together. There’s a scene at the end of the episode that gives off serious Satoshi Kon and Hisashi Eguchi energy, and the simplicity filled with detail style worked really well for what the show was going for. This was a rather simplistic episode with not much to talk about, but the things that were there were done very well.

Verdict

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8 was a simple and sweet episode that served more as a way to build relationships and showcase friendships than to tell a story. It still worked really well as a standalone episode.

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SUMMARY

My Dress-Up Darling Episode 8 was a simple and sweet episode that served more as a way to build relationships and showcase friendships than to tell a story. It still worked really well as a standalone episode.

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