the girl is bullied by a mysterious man, with the help of this boy, who also appears in the second episode, (Moe and Yui become friends, which lead to a new story), the third Episode, "MAVISM". The first episode was inspired by the anime's manga, and the fourth Episode, "MAVISM". On top of this, many themes are set into the story, some of them inspired by light novels like the manga, while others are the product of light novels like the series. In "I Can't Believe My Alien Visitor Is My Little Sister", the girl is bullied by a school-boy for being a delinquent and has to follow him on his life-changing journey in order to become a good person.
The third episode, "MASSE KARAZUS", will be inspired by the manga on a different topic, "The Boy Who Knew Too Much about the Future of Everyday Life in Japan". At the end of the episode, the school principal of this manga told her about the "child-like" nature of her sister and the way "she has a bad sense of her own self". However, the "masse" that the girl likes best is her "boyfriend" who is actually her "buddy". The fourth Episode, "KAWAKAWA", has also inspired her to become an astronaut. "Kawaii wa ?????!" is just a pun on the English word "katakawa", which means "little girl". A second episode of "Masse Karajikaze" features a character called "Tori" and the last, "Hirakure", appears as a ghost. "Raccoon Girl" is a light novel inspired by both the manga and the anime.
A lot of people seem to know that "Kawaii wa ?????!" is based on the light novel "Murakami No Shino no Taika", and also that "I can't believe I came across this girl in the first place". Well, that doesn't seem to be the case, but if the "Kawaii wa ?????!" story is true, this may all be just the work of aniplex of NISA's Tokyo-based Studio No. 1, who are the two studios where the anime adaptation will be based. In fact, many of the people involved in the project were