English: The Qwaser of Stigmata
Synonyms: Seikon no Quasar
Jan 10, 2010 to Jun 20, 2010
24 min. per ep.
R+ - Mild Nudity
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SynopsisWhen Mafuyu Oribe and her adopted sister Tomo rescue a strange wounded man, they have no idea what they're getting involved with or what the consequences will be. Alexander Nikolaevith Hell is an Iron Qwaser, one of many opposing factions of super-warriors who can each draw upon the power of an element and wield it as an almost unstoppable array of weapons. And unfortunately for Mafuyu, Alexander's faction is there to gather the mystical relics known collectively as the High Circuit, which puts her friends, family and school at ground zero in a battle for the fate of all mankind! But there's an even more disturbing twist, as Qwasers require a special liquid diet to manifest their powers, one provided by the women who serve as a Qwaser's partner. And THAT means that the nursing Mafuyu's already given Alexander isn't the only kind of nursing he needs!
(Source: Sentai Filmworks)
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Characters & Voice Actors
Opening Theme#1: "Errand" by faylan (ep 1-12)
#2: "Baptize" by Yousei Teikoku (ep 13-24)
Ending Theme#1: "Passionate squall" by Ayumi Fujimura, Aki Toyosaki, Minori Chihara, Aya Hirano and Yoko Hikasa (ep 1-4, 6-12)
#2: "Mimei no Inori" by Minori Chihara (ep 5)
#3: "Wishes Hypocrites" by Ayumi Fujimura, Aki Toyosaki, Minori Chihara, Aya Hirano and Yoko Hikasa (ep 13- 23)
#4: "Errand" by faylan (ep 24)
100% i'm gonna be the worst review person ever, though i can only go by art, sound, and animation. So the story part I can only do the plot. Along with that, deal with my worst spelling NA :D Though I need to do it along with the 2ed season because I'm kinda lazy to do them at the same time.
AHEM! Let's get this over with Seikon no Qwaser!
Seikon no qwaser
Though it wasen't rushed too much and did give enough information about Qwaser, soma and many things. Though To much nud for me in the start. So that's why I had to back it down because of it in the start and I wasen't expecting any of that.
Seikon no Qwaser 2
Though it got back to were we started from, were Sasha comes back and crazy stuff it still goes to 7. BECAUSE SO MUCH NUD!
The art is prett good on both series (Because it's the same lel) though, I found a error in episode 14 (or 15) in Seikon no Qwaser I in the animation. When the screen was moving to Teresa, I saw that his hair was cut off. '-' Did no one see it? Cause I did.
OMG BEST SOUDNS NA!!!
Please, You should know people. so much nud. And why a 13 yr Sasha? Y' know I don't wanna know...
Too much nud for me.
Not good for children, unless they wanna suck on soma. read more
So, i discovered this anime a while ago but i basically judged it on the reviews i've read. The fact that it was an ecchi genre put me off since i'm not that into ecchi and i thought the whole sucking on boobs was just wtf, but i began to be all curious about it so i thought i'd try it out. this review is based on the uncensored version since i didn't bother with the censored.
Story - 7:
Basically, there's a Russian transfer student called 'Aleksander Nikolaevich Hell' but to the ones who have touched his heart, he goes by the name 'Sasha'. He's a qwaser that controls the element 'Iron' and can manipulate it's shape to what he wishes. Qwasers need their source power to obviously, power them up, and that is 'Soma' in other words, 'breast milk', it's unbelievable how many boobs he's sucked on and he's only 13. He meets two girls called 'Mafuyu Oribe' and 'Tomo Yamanobe' who are childhood friends, well actually, Mafuyu was kinda adopted into Tomo's family to protect Tomo so it kinda makes them sisters. Tomo is basically a target to other qwasers, thus, Sasha and Mafuyu have to do whatever it takes to protect her, but you'll have to watch it to see why :3.
When i watched the first episode, i don't think i've ever seen so many boobs in the first 10 minutes let alone the whole episode and obviously i was pretty biased about it from the reviews but i'm pretty sure that most people would fine some scenes quite cringing. For instance, there's some unnecessary jigglin' with the boobs like when someone tilts their head, why would their boobs jiggle?! but despite that, i actually dropped this anime but i only recently picked it up. I'm kinda glad cos the story DOES get a whole lot better and you kinda get used to the overly extreme ecchi scenes. I think the plot has actually got potential and some others, like me, are watching this for the plot, not for the fanservice (but i'd understand if they did actually enjoy the service.)
Art - 9:
i actually really liked the art! it's not unique but it's still pretty good, although i have to admit, it does seem like they put more work on the bigass sized boobs and the panty shots than the rest of the anime but meh, if you want some ecchi, you've got it. (but it's just a bit OTT) but like i said, you do get used to these scenes and you do get some really moey facial expressions, especially with Tomo.
Sound - 6:
To me, the OST was a bit of a let down, i didnt like the OPs nor the EDs, i actually had to skip them but the 1st ED did grow on me after a while but then they changed it >_< but! the music during the action scenes are pretty satisfying so it's s'all good. The seiyus are decent too, i think they suit their roles but when i found out some of the seiyus in the anime, i was pretty shocked, especially with Sasha who's voiced by the same person as 'Chizu' in 'Kimi ni Todoke' although i don't think you'll need to find out who's voicing Tomo, you'll recognise straight away xD (GITAAAH~)
Characters - 7:
Well, you've got the main bishie protagonist, the strong female who will do what it takes to protect her loved ones and also has the 'kyaa, pervert! *slaps*' personality, the ditzy (but lovable) damsel in distress, tsunderes, lolicons and some others where you think 'why are you even here?' So yeah, it's pretty much the same old, same old. But! Sasha isn't actually your typical protagonist, he's pretty short (but then again, he is like 13) and he's anti-social but if you ever saw him on the street (without his scythe of course) you'd obviously think he'd be a emo/goth, especially with his scar, jesus.
Enjoyment - 8:
Despite the fact that i'm not an ecchi fan, i actually enjoy this anime. I'm pretty much not bothered by the boobs and panty shots but i do understand where others are coming from, there are scenes where others may think 'that's just terrible' but others, like me, will just laugh it off.
Overall - 8:
If you know that you can't handle explicit ecchi scenes that can be considered as borderline hentai, this isn't for you. But if you are thinking about trying this, i'd recommend the uncensored version, and to those who dropped this anime at the first episode: give it a chance! try watching further than episode 5, if you still don't approve of it, then at least you gave it a shot eh? read more
What would you do if you had the power to control an element, and power it up through breast milk?
I'd be scared of babies.
Anyhow, Seikon no Qwaser is... a unique concept. I first did not want to watch it due to the overwhelming amount of boobs. Really. Then I heard that it had a second season. I gave it a second try and found it amusing.
Since the plot summary is already written in the anime info, I won't bother including a long one.
Alexander BlahBlahvich, aka Sasha comes to this school to find this relic. He clashes at first with two female students, Mafuyu and Tomo whatevertheirnamesare. Turns out they're special. And now Sasha has to protect em by sucking girls' breast milk, or 'Soma' to empower his control of iron. Other Qwasers, like him, control a metal element (and I whip up my periodic table), well whatever, you'll just understand if you are good in chemistry. An example would be Katja-sama and her wonderful copper. There's a catch though. They all want that relic as well.
The story is normal. And what do I mean by normal? I mean that there is a main character and his mascots searching for something, and bad guys want it too. That's all there is to it, really. Just prepare yourselves for some plot twists and awesome wtf moments where Sasha just beats the shit out of stuff after sucking on breasts. Isn't it just normal?
The characters of this anime are your unoriginal harem characters. Tsundere Mafuyu, airhead Tomo, quietly obedient Teresa. And then comes Sasha (Alexander). How cute, a tsundere shotacon. Not much creativity in the character department, and as always, the female tsundere will have feelings for the male protagonist. Other characters make the show more fun to it. Who could ignore lovely Miyuri? And you should definitely bow down to Katja if you like BDSM. I'll shut up now. Did I mention that Sasha has a horrible past? Hence his name Sasha the Martyr. Maybe.
It's nice to see Sasha's development throughout the anime. I mean, he turns /nice/. And Mafuyu? A bit more honest than before. Otherwise, there is nothing else to include. Maybe the fact that Tomo can cook a bit at the end of the anime.
The background music was boring. I could remember the only 5 tracks it has (I'm guessing here). Once you hear one, you can tell what's going to come next. There's one for breastfeeding time, two battle themes, bah. It's fitting but not good enough.
Voice acting is good. If you watch it, you can tell. Problem is the Russian they put in and the way Mafuyu pronounces Alexander. Damn she makes it sound painful. I was glad when she started calling him Sasha. Another flaw with VA however, is the moaning noises. Please, make it stooooop. Does sucking breasts really create such ecstasy that you cannot keep your mouth shut? Well maybe it's different when the Qwasers do it. I wouldn't know.
OP and ED were fitting. Had a slight, how do you call it, 'church' feel to it. The first ending was so eargasmic. All those lovely voice actresses singing one song. /applause. Nothing special after the first ED. Beats the rest.
Art? What art? These things are just women with large blobs attached to their chest. I'm referring to the majority of the characters, of course.
Okay, fine, the art is good. Only parts when you can wince is when there are naked breasts. An overload of them. When I see Tomo, it's like a walking pair of fleshy blobs. And then I see nothing else.
Huh? Of course I watched the uncensored version. I didn't understand it when it was censored. So watch the uncensored one; makes more sense.
Pfuuuu, enjoyment. I enjoyed this anime. This actually made me feel like chemistry lessons were useful. I also liked the characters, especially Sasha and that tomboy with titanium powers.
Final verdict? Watch it if you want to. 24 episodes of boobs is a lot, and I watched them in 3 days. or something.
Art was good, story was okay, sound was bleh, except for voice acting, character was bleh. Overall: GOOD.
Off to watch the second season.
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After 5 days I finally did it. I finished the worst show I have ever seen in my life… but that was to be expected since I watched it for the sole purpose of proving my nerves of steel. Before watching this I didn’t know what a show had to put me through, so I am forced to give it the lowest score possible and to be honest I didn’t think this show would cut it. So what happened?
Let’s get down to business, shall we?
(note: This might contain minor spoilers)
To summarize it vaguely: This anime follows a generic shounen plotline, filled with borderline pornographic scenes, which take up a big part of the screen time. For the interested, these scenes consist of powerful human creatures, regardless of gender, literally sucking a magical energy-drink-like fluid, called “soma”, out of a female virgin’s breast. These creatures, called Quasars, possess the ability to control a certain type of atoms to a molecular level, unique to each individual quasar, but without having consumed quality “soma”, they can’t use their powers and thus are as useless as the rest of the normal humans in this show.
Let’s start with the characters:
Hell, Alexander Nikolaevich (“Sasha”) _ 13 year old Russian exchange student and Quasar of iron. He has a dark past, which fails to grip the viewer making him even more unlikable than he already is. For some unclear reason he gets into a mutual love relationship with the female lead Mafuyu.
Oribe, Mafuyu _ around 15 years old. She is an uninteresting character, which only serves as the love interest of our MC. Her stubbornness and misjudgment of all the important scenes made her unbearable.
Tomo Yamanobe _ around 15 years old. She has the biggest breasts in the show. She is the one Mafuyu promised to protect. I have to give props to Toyasaki Aki, her voice actress, for the voice acting of both the female Tomo and the manly quasar of gold. Her childish personality was really enjoyable, giving refreshment to the rest of the bland characters.
Ekaterina Kurae (“Katja”) _ (no idea about her age) She is a masochistic loli and was for me the only enjoyable character in the cast. The show started off promising torturous scenes, which she embodied perfectly. Sadly enough the show didn’t deliver those as it progressed, giving Katja even less screen time and making it even less enjoyable than it already was.
(those are the only characters worth mentioning)
The story revolves around our Russian exchange student called “Sasha”. He is a quasar and has a job to do in Japan. On my first watch (and I’ll be damned if it isn’t the last) it was unclear what his goal was exactly, since you easily lost focus every now and then because of the seemingly scheduled soma feast, our important characters had to go through every episode.
In the first 12 episodes you get introduced to the protagonists and their friends with some backstories here and there. The show starts off depicting a torturous murder on a young girl. Regardless of the presentation, I somewhat liked this kind of tone but soon enough it was clear this was going to be bad take on a shounen series with tons of fan service. In the next episodes you see “seemingly pointless fighting”, which turns out to be the master plan of the evil guys, to prepare our Sasha to be sacrificed for some reason (because that always works out...).
Surprisingly enough there was a good episode in this mess.(I will now take a detour to describe the only good moment in the show)
I have to give credit to episode 6 of the series, since it was the only episode in the series where I said: “wow they did something right”. Our gang of friends has to play maids for the rich girl, Tsujidou, Miyuri, so they can get a key for some villa to find something. While fooling around they get raided by a group of hired Russian soldiers who were ordered to find some sort of magical egg. At that point our main cast was consisting of tied up attractive underage girls and a boy who were lustfully glared upon by pleasure seeking soldiers. Everyone who hasn’t lived under a rock will surely know what is about to happen. Surprisingly enough the rich girl decides to sacrifice herself and offers to strip for the soldiers, so her beloved friends can get out safe. In an earlier dialogue the loli of the cast, stated that she is like jewelry, once you get bored of it or it loses its worth you throw it away. This is how she indirectly described her relationship with the rich girl, who is obsessed with wealth, as something temporary depending on how long she can last as her “little princess”. The stripping scene was accompanied by a melancholic piano which made you care for the first and last time about any character in this show. The loli ends up wanting to strip too and takes sip of soma while at it, so she can brutally massacre the soldiers and satisfy the viewers, in the meantime developed, cathartic thirst. The episode ends with the commander of the soldier group committing suicide and blowing the whole place up. Miraculously, our cast of characters survives. After this the show went downhill, dropping the themes and atmosphere developed earlier. But let’s get to the second half of the show.
Episode 13 and 14 are to be labeled as pure fan service (although eps 14 was somewhat unique and slightly fun to watch with the rich girl being a superhero or what not BUT this will get too long if I start talking about another episode in detail. In short: “boob lasers” and “reminded me a bit of Gurren Lagann”).
In the remaining episodes 15-24 the story goes really fast to reach the finish line. Introducing more Characters no one cares about with some of them ending up getting killed, and letting characters die who were established in the first half (no one from the main cast though). Our MC, Sasha, is now powered up and ready to fight the end boss. With the help of his friends, and the big breasts of Mafuyu, he somehow succeeds, defying all the established power levels in the story this far. The Last fight doesn’t make sense at all; victory isn’t achieved by any masterful strategic battle plan to defeat the superior enemy, but by the inability of the final antagonist to instakill the whole cast (as we have seen him do in other scenes), because of… reasons…? I don’t know, I get really angry when bad guys mess up for no reason at all and give the good guys an easy win…
After the final fight most of the new characters, which didn’t end up dying, just disappear and don’t matter anymore, but hey I guess that’s what happens when you defeat the end boss. In my opinion, the Hydrogen and Carbon Quasar combo should be able to annihilate everything, but they only get one fight, which ends up being pointless.
In the last Eps Sasha has to leave because his job is done, letting us watch him and Mafuyu being together for the last time. This would be a heartwarming episode, but only if we actually cared for them or simply understood why those two got into a relationship in first place.
The quality of the show is on relatively low standards, considering it’s a 2010 show. It looks and is animated even worse than older shows like Studio Deen’s Fate/Stay Night. All the character designs look like uninspired textbook shounen characters. Most of the fights are portrayed in a way which does not require good animation nor choreography, and if it does… then we have Deen-like movements.
Music was used to make scenes emotional, but as stated before the generic dark backstories don’t sell well. You end up not even caring if someone gets hurt or has his loved ones getting killed in front of his eyes. In other words: nothing noteworthy.
Enjoyment was nearly inexistent for me. The constant slap to the face of boobs, panties and lewd scenes made it unwatchable, even forcing me to pause and tab away for some minutes… or hours. It’s clear as day that this show was made with the clear aim to make it appeal to certain demographics, such as horny 13 year olds or hard core ecchi fans. I don’t belong to any of those and thus this show was a big miss for me in the end (as expected). If the show was presented in a more mature way, or just kept its tone and atmosphere from the first episode I would have enjoyed it a bit. But then again I wouldn’t have watched it in the first place. It’s like saying “if the show was better it wouldn’t be bad” so it doesn’t matter in the end.
For the interested in numbers:
(Art and sound didnt leave any impression which could influence the overall quality/enjoement and were thus neglected)
If you think you can jerk off to minors sucking each other’s breasts in borderline pornographic presentation and scenes, then this show is for you. If not then be happy to leave.
If you like Seikon no Qwaser, you probably like High School DxD. Both have high-level of ecchiness, loads of action, decent characters and a good plot (though Qwaser has ridiculous breastfeeding plot).
Same echhi kind of stuff . Has a bit of ''story'' and well both MC seems to need do/think perverted things to power-up. One of the major difference are probably that the comedy are different ( also at High School DxD there are comedy in it)
While both carry the traits of a more typical shounen anime, there is also a heavy emphasis on more extreme levels of ecchi content. Regardless of their lack of any particularly extensive narrative depth, both are very enjoyable action series with great characters and decent fight scenes.
Pretty simlilar , Seikon no Qwaser is more serious and more detailed but the ecchiness is the same ;).
I would really recommend Highschool DxD, if you liked Seikon No Qwaser, then i'm sure you'll enjoy more this one, even though it's not as ecchi as this one, it includes good enough amount, as also includes some good comedy as well, as good fighting scenes. Plus the animation is good as also, who doesn't like Rias Gremory.
- Intense Ecchi in both Anime
- Main Male Character has abnormal powers
- Both Ecchi, Harem, School, Drama & Action Genre'd Anime
- Makes you want to watch more
Lots of ecchi and uncensored nudity, action/supernatural elements and hilariously stupid (albeit interesting) plots are present in both anime. If your looking for comedy and fan service both will be sure to meet your needs.
They are similar because:
- They got them all. Oppai, boobs, chest, mune, TT's, nips and oppai!
- Action! Fighting scenes, and most of the times, they are including oppai!
- Supernatural element to make it more awesome, and oppai!
- A male protagonist surrounded by girls with oppai!
- Decent characters, good story, although Seikon no Qwaser is more extreme, when it comes to ecchi and oppai.
- the ecchiness and oppainess.
- Did i mention oppai?
High School DxD has to unite a number of breasts, while Seikon no Qwaser abuses them by sucking them.
Both are also accompained by shounen action and a large number of female characters.
Both have a dark mood, and share the same supernatural/action/super powers genre. The main difference is that Seikon No Qwaser has extreme ecchi.
In both the protagonist is a lovely, white-haired shota boy with a red mark/scar through his left eye (yes, Allen & Sasha almost look like twins) and with a sad, painful past.
Both anime are quite faithful to their manga adaptations.
The Main Character in D. Gray Man, Allen Walker, looks very similar to Alexander in Seikon no Qwaser. They're both related to religion and have action as well ^^
Both main characters look alike, have cursed left eyes, and are younger the the people they hang with. The shows are also kind of alike because they have a dark religious vibe and the bad guys go after ancient stuff d gray man innocence sekion no qwaser icon. But the big diffenrence is that seikon no qwaser is sort of ecchi
Main male protagonist is very similar, they both have power and isn't afraid using them. Appearance is also very similar, after watching this series it really did remind me of D.Gray Man
The end of the 2000 decade marks the advent of uncensored, hardcore ecchi being shown on TV. These are certainly similar not only in content, but they're also greatly produced. T&A.
Well, if there's an series tagged as ecchi involving combat, there's no doubt that Queen's Blade and Seikon no Qwaser share this characteristic. As such, both series has quite a lot of similarities:
*Both series has dominant female characters with supernatural abilities as well as skills in the art of combat.
*Both series has a lot of ecchi/fan-service with boobs occasionally used as a source of power.
*Both series has similar artwork styles.
*Both series should only be watched if you don't mind the fan-service as there's large volume of it.
Boobs. Oh, boobs. Big, huge, giant, round, firm, fallen. They are everything. In "Seikon no Qwaser" and "Manyuu Hikenchou" put aside the characters, disregard the poor plot, despise the median animation, and don't pay attention to the weak soundtrack. Be boobs being stolen or boobs being sucked, these two animes idolize and abuse of this female body part.
Excluding the strong ecchi content, they are nothing more than a bad and forced comedy. But in the case of these two animations, it would be stupidity expect something more ...
Same director and studio as Manyuu Hikenchou.... Same amount of ridiculous fan service with a "passable" plotline.
Plot = Oppai. You've never seen this many boobs in your life.
Seikon no Qwaser = Sucking breasts. Manyuu Hikenchou = Stealing breasts.
Also, both animes include a fair amount of fight scenes.
Finding for an anime with similar fight scene with frequents exposures just like Seikon no Qwaser? Here's the deal. I'd dare say, Freezing is much better!
If you like action, ecchi, romance, drama, and fighting, then you'll love both these series. Freezing focuses a bit on the science fiction side while Seikon no Qwaser focuses more on the supernatural. Both series contain girls with large boobs that eventually develops feelings for the MC.
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