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If it has good sex scenes, art, and sound.. Isnt that pretty much all a hentai needs? Some attempt to through in a story, which doesnt really go in depth, because of how short hentai series are.
So, there you have it. This is a typical hentai series with nothing special really.
I do find the ending kind of humorus. (All the girls he raped say they want join in, while hes having sex with someone else.) Oh, i almost forgot: he also commits taboo in the course the two episodes. (Yes, sex with his sister)
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I have to say, this was one of the first hentai I watched all the way through, with full attention. I usally watch hentai.. For the porn, but here, i actually paid attention to the story.
Artwork is one of the most important parts of hentai.
The artwork here, well, looks kind of aged. Not the best, but its watchable. (There are some hentai out where the artwork for sexual parts just plain suck.)
Overall, its worth it. I mean, can you really be that picky about hentai?
90 of ? chapters read
So a guy named Ikuto gets into a fight with his dad, then runs away from home to take a vacation. While on a boat, he gets washed off during a storm. (The people on the boat don't bother to save him, which is pretty cruel if you ask me.) He then washes up on an island, and due to certain circumstances (I wont say because its a spoiler...?) hes the only male on the island. Having never seen a male before, all the young women are eager to marry him. Expect one, named Suzu, who he moves in with.
The story is nice, but development is really slow. I personally like it slow for this manga, but its just too slow. (At around chapter 50, there's a bonus chapter acknowledging how little progress Ikuto has made.) It mainly just portrays living on an stranded island, and showing Ikuto's daily life living on the island, along with many many girls. It also explores the island in depth, and the mysteries of it. (You know when some stories are really vague about the fantasy world they its based in, and leave your imagination to come up with the rest? Well here, you can actually get a good look at what the island has, and whats in it.) Which is nice, I wanted to read a manga for a long time where its just about living, social life, or going to school, etc. So there's nothing dramatical in Nagasarete Airantou.
The style of art for Nagasarete Airantou, is one of those where, if the author were to draw a poster or ad in the same style, you could point it out. I other words, its unique. Most good manga series's artwork are usually unique. (Lets, take Detective Conan for an example. You probably wont find a manga with similar type of artwork, at all. Or the artwork of Bakuman, if you've read death note, one of the first things you'll notice is that the artwork resemble each other.) It doesn't necessarily mean the artwork has anything special or anything. To make a long story short, it means that the manga artist surpassed the typical amateur shoueun dawning sytle.
Each heroine of Nagasarete Airantou has her own personality. Some are typical everyday personality, some are mixed, some you've probably never thought of before. And each usually gets her own chapter to spend with Ikuto once in a while.
Like I said earlier, I wanted to read a manga or watch an anime, where it isn't just dramatically or battle-action filled once in a while. Nagasarete Airantou was perfect for that.
I've noticed that people either hate Nagasarete Airantou, or just find it plain boring. If your the type that wants to take a break from drama/battle mangas, or just dislike them, then you'll like Nagasarete Airantou. If your the type likes a fast paced story, then, you'll probably find it boring.
37 of 150 episodes seen
And, you know how like a pack of yugioh or pokemon cards cost like 12$ a pack? Well, I saw zach bell trading cards at the dollar store. (Proof of how unpopular it was).
Putting that aside, Zach Bell is another one of those animes where a guy gets a partner and has to fight others until the last one left. Just like Sekieri and Akikan. Its pretty much a comedy. They battle styles are, I think, suppose to be humorous.... The story is pretty much what the synopsis says.
For the art and sound and all the other stuff, I can only say,
Is nothing special. The one thing I would say about it is it kind looks like Bobobo-bobobobo's artwork.
The opening and ending rant anything special, just the usual listin-to-it-while-watching-the-anime-then-forgot-about-it. It wasn't one of those where I liked it so much I went and downloaded for mp3 player.
Well, nothing more I can really say. I found it pretty boring, I only watched it because it aired before one piece and after naruto. (or was it the other way around?). It didn't make me laugh, unlike the other comedy battle animes like Akikan or Sekieri. (Try those If your looking for a good laugh) read more
12 of 13 episodes seen
Which is true. It's actually based off of different chapters from the light novel. The manga covers different chapters from the light novel than the anime.
Another reason the episodes don't connect is that each the episodes are directed by different people.
So pretty much each episodes tells its own story, and each has a different taste of comedy to it.
I would actually give the story a pretty high score. Each episode has it's own story. (Like going to the beach, or the school festival). They all made me laugh, especially the filler episodes. (Which is rare, cuz most fillers are boring).
There were some generic and common types of characters, like a stubborn rich girl, and a 2-D world addicted otkaku.
But their personalities and the way they all react to the protagonist, made me laugh. Alot.
There was also some unique personalities like Fumio's (heroine) that I haven't seen before In other animes.
The type of artwork caught my attention.
You can seethe characters facial features even if some of their hair is covering their face. Another animes such as The Familiar of Zero also do this in their artwork. But it isn't quite common.
It does however, standout alot.
I found the opening to be quite catchy... But maybe thats just me.
There was different endings for the filler episodes that correspond to what happened in the episode.
(like the otaku singing about bloomers... That made me choke on gum)
Overall, Mayoi Neko Overrun was really good for a comedy anime. It lacked a plot, but Comedy are suppose to be funny and make you laugh, so as long as it does, who cares? read more
12 of 26 episodes seen
I before watching the anime, have read the manga. So I know what's going on since Maid-Sama closly follows the story. But, a person who haven't read the manga would be confused.
Hence, in my opinion, this would have been better suited for an manga OVA series. (Which usally is epsiodes which basically are almost just animated chapters)
A TV animes series, would usally explain the plot and story more, or in some cases change the plot to be suited for watching without reading the manga. An example of this would be Kiss x sis, where there is a OVA series and TV anime series.
Maid-Sama in the later epsiodes begin to move on it's plot.
As I said before, in the begining it seems like randoms events are happening with hardly any connection. Now in the later epsiodes, each epsiode and events connection and you can feel that they are happening in order, after one other, thus forming an actual movable story line. read more
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I forced myself to finish watching this OVA. It honestly, was a waste of time. Let me break down it for you:
The story would've actually been quite interesting for a side story. It's about the boys staying at the girls school for a trial period (instead of vice versa like in the anime)
But, the animators and director ruined it. Everything seems to happen randomly. It's shows the girls preparing for the arrival, then 30 secounds later, Yuske is there. Then all of a sudden everyones there and is in the middle of class.
There were however, parts that made me laugh. The style of comendy is actally quite good. Slightly better than the average green green fan service comendy. But again, the animators ruined it.
The opening and ending were really good. Basically a rock/punk version of orginal green green ones. However, the background music, when there actually was any, sucked. It didn't match the mood at all.
The characters personalites are the same, but are very emotionless when talking. Seemed like voice actors just reading out of a textbook.
Also, the characters seem like they suddenly all know each other, when they susposly just met.
Really, don't watch this. If your dying for ecchi things, wathing hentai and getting caught by your parents is probaly better than forcing yourself to watch this. read more
13 of 13 episodes seen
Then, shit happens. The anime goes totally random and it made LOL. So hard I almost chocked and spilled soda over my laptop. The humor in Sora no Otoshimono is random, but yet it always seems to make me laugh. The ecchi things stuff tomoki does has yet ceased to bore me.
The characters are also, setup in such perfect proportions for a comedy anime. A perverted boy with his childhood friend, creepy sempai and class prez. Each character has his/her share of randomess to make you laugh.
(The humor and story of Sora no Otoshimono, I can't help but say, reminds me of Inukami. They way Yoko punishes Keita is so similar to what happens to tomoki.)
Sora no otoshimono is a must watch, if you like an kind of comendy anime. Espically if you life fan service comendy, I garentee you, you'll laugh your ass off. read more
13 of 13 episodes seen
I, being a big fan of romance and drama animes, was expecting To Heart naturally to have alot of romance in it.
To Heart is a perfect example of "Dont judge a book by it's cover" (In this case it would be "don't judge an anime by it's name"
Once I start a series, I have a habbit of forcing myself to finish it. Some go really fast because I enjoy it. Some go really slow because it bores me. To Heart was in the "bores me" catigory.
Despite being looked at as a romance anime at frist glance because of it's name, To Heart is probally purely slice of
life. Its about a guy, and his school life. He meets people... And befriends them. That, is, the best possible summary you can give To Heart. Every episode is about either him or a heroine meeting a person. Then moves on to another person.
I, after watching to Heart, asked my self countless times "How the hell does a dating sim's anime turn out like this?"
In conclusion, To Heart fails as a anime that's susposly based off a dating sim. (I mean, look at kimikiss, the anime came out perfectly). Unless you want to experince 24 x 13minutes of boredom, do yourslef a favor and don't watch To Heart.
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The other heroines, you could say, are more like support characters than heroines.
Animamation/Artwork: The way the series is animated looks like code geass. The way the characters move is differnt from many animes. (this Is more of a good thing than bad thing)
Story: The story doesn't really dig deep into the characters past or anything. So the story begins, and the things that happen add on to the storys plot, rather than reveal things.
Princess lover also has it's fair amount of action in it. (bad guys, guns, fighting, etc) You'll get a kick out of if you like romantic comendy, harem, drama, or even action. read more