A Condition Called Love, Put This on Your Radar!

Key points for Put This on Your Radar – A Condition Called Love:

  • A Condition Called Love stands out for incorporating character arcs into the storyline for both protagonists, offering potential depth and growth.
  • The anime, produced by the relatively new Eat Fish Studio, raises some quality concerns given their lack of notable works. However, the promising PV offers hope for satisfactory animation quality.
  • The series explores a unique perspective on romance, focusing on characters who struggle to understand proper romantic dynamics, adding an intriguing layer to the narrative.

Just like I did for this week’s manga recommendation in the last article, I want to preface this by saying that this anime likely won’t appeal to everyone. It kind of deals with a possessive relationship and I know that doesn’t appeal to everyone. But if you stick with me, I can tell you why A Condition Called Love is actually pretty good and maybe even convince you to watch it. I did find the series to have potential and that is why I am covering it.

So welcome back to another edition of Put This on Your Radar. The series where we talk about upcoming anime that caught our eye. And today we are talking about A Tribe Called Quest… I mean, A Condition Called Love. Sorry, the hip-hop head in me couldn’t resist making that joke. But let’s just get started with all the details. As always, I will cover the news and give a brief introduction to the series first. And then I will get into why I think this series is good. So let’s get started.

What do we know about A Condition Called Love?

The anime will be based on the manga of the same name by Morino Megumi. The manga has been serialized in the Dessert magazine since December 2017. As for the anime, it will be made by Eat Fish Studio… yes, that is an actual studio name. It is a relatively new studio, they haven’t worked on anything significant in the past. It will be directed by Makino Tomoe. They have worked on things like Haikyuu, Sakamoto, Rakougou Shinju, etc. Kobayashi Chiaki and Hanazawa Kana will be voicing the main duo.

As for the plot. it follows two people who don’t really understand what proper romance is. Our female protagonist, Hinase Hotaru doesn’t get it and is prepared to live out her life alone. Our male protagonist, Hananoi Saki has the wrong idea about love and hence ends up being possessive. And almost yandere-like even. And as you might expect, the series follows them finding out where they are wrong and growing closer over time.

You can check out the latest PV of the anime here

What do I think?

Just like I said in the previous article, I like the fact that we have a character arc built into the plot itself. Our Precious Conversations only did for the male MC, this anime is doing it for both MCs. And a character arc so closely tied to the plot itself can be very interesting. Aside from that, I am a little worried about the quality of the adaptation since the studio hasn’t really worked on anything notable. That said though, the PV does look pretty good. I’d be more than happy if they maintained this animation quality for the final release as well.

That is all for now!

Let me know what you guys think about it in the comments. I will take my leave here. So far though, A Condition Called Love does look to be interesting. With that said, see ya!!

Also, stay tuned for that massive Frieren review. It should be the next article up on the website. Till then, check out this week’s manga recommendation here!

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