This is a really tough one. I kind of saw this one coming and I was waiting for it, too. But I could never have imagined that it was this direct, you know? It’s ironic that in their world, one where anything related to sex or perverseness is banned, they have a dirty character and they still censored her appearance and words.
Anyway, the artwork is surprisingly good. They usually tend to be pretty easy-going when it comes to ecchi anime. They focus quite a bit on the artwork and they often screw up on the story because they think that fan service is more important.
That’s right, they mess up the story. But something tells me that something like that won’t happen in Shimoseka. The story is actually pretty interesting and it really makes you laugh.
I can honestly recommend this to everyone that likes to laugh. It’s a little ecchi, sure, but it’s by no means pornographic from what I’ve seen so far. I’ve seen worse in the past two weeks.
Plot Summary: It’s 16 years after the “Law for Public Order and Morals in Healthy Child-Raising” banned coarse language in the country. Tanukichi Okuma enrolls in the country’s leading elite public morals school and is soon invited into the Anti-Societal Organization (SOX) by its founder, Ayame Kajō. As a member blackmailed into joining by Ayame, Tanukichi ends up taking part in obscene acts of terrorism against the talented student council president and his crush Anna.Read More
Another farfetched story about high schoolers with super powers. Well, I suppose this might be one of the better ones. I liked last season’s show with the seven witches so there’s a good chance that this will be good as well.
There is nothing wrong with the artwork. It looks good. Aniplex really does great work. The level of detail is also very nice. I don’t really see anything in Yuu, one of the main characters, but his little sister is adorable and quite well-made.
These stories tend to become rather weird, causing people to stop watching half-way. I’ve seen it happen many times and it happened to me several times as well with similar shows.
My recommendation is the same as the last post; give it a try if you like super power-genre anime.
Plot Summary: Special abilities occur among a small percentage of boys and girls in puberty. Yū Otosaka uses his power without others knowing, and lives a fairly normal, average school life. Before him suddenly appears a girl, Nao Tomori. Due to his meeting with her, the fate of special power-users will be exposed.Read More
I honestly have mixed feelings about this. I don’t think that this should be labelled as regular anime since it contains quite a lot of uncensored nudity and sexual acts. I would rather have labelled this as hentai to be honest.
Nevertheless, the artwork looks good. It’s only eight minutes per episode and although I wouldn’t mind watching more of this romantic comedy, I still think that this might be something that’s worth watching every week.
The artwork itself is pretty funny and interesting. There are similar shows out there, but this one is a little more direct (for lack of a better word).
Ecchi fans eat your hearts out. I cannot recommend this to children due to the sexual content, but yeah, I will be following this since I’m a complete pervert by nature.
Plot Summary: The story begins with Izumi Hayato running to be student body president. But when a beautiful girl swings in promising the liberalization of love while flinging condoms into the audience, he ends up losing to her and becoming the vice president. At the student council meeting, the newly-elected president invites herself over to Izumi’s house, where she promptly announces she is to become Izumi’s wife thanks to an agreement—facilitated by alcohol—made between their parents when they were only 3.Read More
I’m sorry to say this, but I found this to be quite the weak season finale. I don’t even want to dedicated too much of my time by writing a big post about this episode. I simply expected a whole lot more from this and I’ll tell you why.
First off; Koro-sensei, as expected, escaped and was just fine in the end. We all saw it coming and we accepted it a long time ago. But what I simply cannot accept is that those students were never in any real danger, making the last few episodes pretty pointless. It just makes it very hard to takes things serious.
What also pissed me off is how nobody wanted to see Nagisa end up as a killer. I mean, he is being trained as an assassin… What do you think he’ll do after that long road? Become a florist? Assassins assassinate people. That’s their purpose. They kill. You train those brats to become perfect killing machines but you’re not allowing them to kill? It renders the entire story quite pointless. I hope the second season will make up for that.Read More
I knew it. I knew this would happen eventually. They focussed so much on it that I knew that it wouldn’t be the last time we’d see that insane character. Impressive that they could find a way to make that character appear even more unstable than before.
I’ll keep it short and sweet; that insane instructor that Nagisa defeated ended up being the mastermind behind the poison attack. He even hired those assassins to amuse himself. He completely lost whatever was of his mind after Nagisa beat him at his own game. Now he’s back and looking for revenge. He even blew up the suitcase with the antidote in it.
None of this, however, has anything to do with a good ending, has it? I see no good ending coming yet. Honestly… How are they planning on ending this? Koro-sensei is still in that ball form and now they’ve got to deal with that insane maniac that plans on burying Koro-sensei and a student in a heap of anti-alien BB’s and covering them up with cement. Not the ending that I had in mind…Read More