Is Heine Wittgenstein a royal tutor in A Royal Tutor? This ryuanime review will examine the storyline and production values. As a tsundere, I have a bias towards conservative comedy, but I also appreciate a story that makes use of the royal tutor motif. The Royal Tutor is a pretty decent shounen series that looks like it could change the world.
Heine Wittgenstein is a royal tutor
The titular character in the Heine Wittgenstein is a royal tutorial series. Despite his child-like stature, Heine is a brilliant man who commands respect. He is hired by the King of Grannzreich to teach the king’s four sons, and he is charged with turning them from princes into tyrants. The series is based on a manga series of the same name. It airs on Tuesdays at 2:35 PM EST.
ryuanime is a tsundere
Tsundere is a Japanese term that means “to alternate between love and disgust.” It describes a character who acts cruelly towards others but shows a softer side over time. In ryuanime, tsundere characters often fall in love and call their love interests “baka” or “Ma Lu.”
Its comedy is routine
While the plot of A Royal Tutor is nice enough, the animation is rather ordinary and lacks a certain spark. While the animation is nice enough, the character designs and direction are largely lackluster. The show’s tone shifts between melodrama, quiet character moments, and breezy comedy. The character shading is distinctive but not distracting. This makes the show a bit more enjoyable than it may initially seem.