It might be considered a disgrace to any or all Seto Mermaids if you don’t check this out review, because “Honor among thieves is honor under the Seas.” You may hear the main feminine lead, Sun Seto, state this signature line at least one time per episode in Funimation’s brand new romantic comedy, the BRIDE IS A MERMAID.
The plot that is basic of tale is the fact that Nagasumi (our hero) is conserved from drowning by Sun Seto (the mermaid). Nevertheless, Mermaid Law states that if a individual sees a mermaid the mermaid (and/or the individual) needs to perish. The clear answer to the issue is of course to have them get hitched!
Admittedly, from reading the plot summary, and simply from the name with this series, you could assume that it was just another run of this mill harem show with a plot that is contrived doesn’t matter. About it being a harem show, this is way more than just another boy has to marry fish girl to avoid death anime while you would be right. Envision The Little Mermaid combined with a yakuza that is japanese and just a small dash of Azumanga Daioh, and also you would have My Bride is just a Mermaid. This review is for 1st 13 episodes.
Nagasumi is visiting their Grandma during the Seto water and it will be teased by their dad about perhaps maybe not having the capability to swim.