YMMV: Tokurei Sochi Dantai Stella Jogakuin Kōtō-ka C-bu

  • Base Breaker: Is Yura justified in zombie-ing vs. Rin?
  • Counterpart Comparison With K-On!:
    • Yura and Yui are the protagonists with a silly side, and share the same first name initials. Both also shown to treat their equipment (gun and guitar respectively) obsessively at home.
      • Yura's similarities with Yui becomes hair-thin as she tries too hard to become an ace airsofter.
      • Yura can also be compared to Azusa, who is a newcomer.
    • Rento's a Cloud Cuckoolander, a trait that can be thought of as shared with Yui.
      • She also has Tsumugi's soft-spoken, nice nature, is drinking tea in the first ending, and tries to use cakes to convince people to do things.
    • Sonora and Karira can be compared to Ritsu. Sono is the Club President, and along with Kari are Tomboys.
    • Despite the Meganekko and Girlish Pigtails, Honoka is somehow similar to Tsumugi, both providing the snacks for their club, as well as Mio, if you take away the aforementioned glasses and pigtails.
    • Yachiyo and Azusa are the shortest and youngest of their respective clubs.
  • Ear Worm:
  • Les Yay: Between Sono and Yura. The anime actually tones it down.
  • Supporting Protagonist: Arguably, Yura is this to Sonora's Hero role. While most of the plot does revolve around Yura's character arc, she often isolates herself and does a Face-Heel Turn that eventually leads to her essentially disappearing. Meanwhile, C stays relevant, and we see them worrying about Yura more than we see how Yura is feeling. Sonora is also the character to have a Dead Mentor and The Rival, normally reserved for the main character, and the show ends when she is about to leave to study overseas. In many ways, the show is written like a sequel to a series where Sonora was the main character and now she's in the process of Passing the Torch to Yura.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks: If the sales figure is any indication, the anime adaptation doesn't seem to be very well liked. Believe us, the manga is nowhere close to being Spec Ops: The Line.