No One Can Mess with Satou’s Happy Sugar Life
- Episodes : 12
- Genre : Horror, Thriller, Drama
- Airing Date : July 2018 - September 2018
- Studios : Ezo’la
Happy Sugar Life Introduction
Matsuzaka Satou has found love for the first time in her life, and there is nothing she won’t do to protect this love. Literally. Despite the cute high school girl facade, Satou will go to great lengths to protect her happy sugar life. Prepare yourself for this troubling romance.
One of the best things about Happy Sugar Life is that it’s completely edgy. By that we mean that it has you on the edge of your seat praying to a god that someone doesn’t get killed or hurt in some way. Heck, you are biting your nails wonder what the heck is the relationship between Satou and Shio for half the series!
2. Somewhat Realistic
For the most part, Happy Sugar Life is a bit outrageous, although it does show one thing that we all tend to forget: serial killers don’t have a specific profile. They don’t all look like creepy balding men who smell weird and make odd noises. No, they can look like normal young girls, too. Just look at the Slender Man Killers. Sure, they aren’t serial killers, but they sure don’t resemble assailants who would attempt to murder their own friend.
For the most part, things are a bit unpredictable in Happy Sugar Life. How is Satou going to react to people? What is Shouko going to do for Satou? What did Asahi just do? What is going on with Taiyou? All of the characters are a bit all over the place, but that’s what makes the events more unpredictable. You never know what’s going to happen next!
Despite it being realistic that traumatic events do happen to people every day, it’s difficult to believe that all of these things are happening one after another. Especially considering that Satou attempts to kill or hurt just about everyone, even two boys who just laid their eyes on Shio.
There are parts that are downright cringy for some people. This is especially evident when Shio and Satou do their wedding vows, something that seems to sustain Satou’s wellbeing. It’s so creepy, and then there’s that scene where Shio freezes Satou out and Satou is on the floor desperate for Shio’s love. Yeah, it’s weird.
Happy Sugar Life was an interesting watch this season, but it’s not an anime for everyone. If you are a fan of creepy characters, pedophiles, and watching everything implode, well, then this is the anime for you. It’s got quite a lot going on, but it might be the perfect anime to watch for Halloween. Or, maybe you just want to watch something where you never know what’s going to happen next. Either way, you might want to check out Happy Sugar Life then.