Side Note: Please bear with me as this is my first (non-episodic) review ever for anything. I'm always up for improvements as I go on.
Spoiler Advisory: Very Mild
Wooser's Hand-To-Mouth Life is a microseries-type comedy, slice-of-life and fantasy series about a yellow bunny-like creature, whom is cute, but has a rather questionable personality and his companions that accompany Wooser in their own misadventures alongside him.
Storyline This is a purely satirical series, so there's hardly any main plot devices for most of the shows, except for a few episodes in the Awakening Arc. The first two seasons are of different scenarios within their episodes while Season Three's episodes are mostly of one huge scenario, aside of the intro and after credits scenes.
Characters As the seasons progressed, most of the characters ended up being more meaningful than expected, especially Wooser (despite his "corrupted heart" which may end up being a good thing for some) and Darth Wooser after he quits being a silent character. From Season Two onwards, they continue to improve. The cameos from different anime series (especially from Season Two onwards) are an additional plus for the series instead of weighing it down.
Pros and Cons To get the obvious out of the way first, the cartoon-like art style for this show works very well alongside for the animation as the seasons go on. Some of the weird stuff that does go on from some episodes ends up helping on the most part alongside the humor, and at times, the show's cute appearance sometimes lightens up some of the dark comedy within episodes. Speaking of comedy, it tends to mostly work well as episodes go by throughout the series, especially for seasons two and three, the Awakening and Phantasmagoric arcs.
However, I feel that this is not for entirely newcoming anime viewers however, as you may have to already be one for a small bit of time, and much less time if they are into the moé subgenre already (because the art style is not for everyone). Like some short episode series, the humor is in a hit-or-miss fashion at the starting episodes of Season One, but it improves on the most part after episodes 3 or 4 of said season .
Final Verdict Overall, the three seasons combined will end up as an 8/10. For those wondering if they should get into the series: Yes, it's worth the hour of your time (or however long this takes you).
They all can be legally viewed via Crunchyroll, except for Season One's OVA episode.
Last Edit: Feb 1, 2016 6:27:07 GMT by Master Menos: Forgot about the hyphens in the title. I feel dirty already.
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