Jul 24, 2019
We follow Yukito, who was trying to score with his favorite blond bombshell, Olga. Just as things were heating up, one of Olga's science expiriments explodes, screwing up all of time and space in the process. Now there is only one thing that can save the world: The Seven Holy Dildos! Now it's up to YuKito to find and collect the Seven Holy Dildos from the beautiful maidens who posses them. To win these seven sabers, Yukito must face off against their lusty owners in a sensual skirmish, where sex is the name of the game, and the winner is the one who can keep
going the longest!
Hooligan (AKA: Hooligan: Quest for the Seven Holy Dildos) is filled with what I like to call "Almost Jokes". "Almost Jokes" are jokes that have a solid premise an obvious idea of where they wanted to go, but just fall short of being funny due to a mix of having a poor execution and missing the mark with the "punchlines". And this short OVA is filled with nothing but "Almost Jokes".
For example, in the second episode, the show tries to make fun of the tournament arcs that a lot of fighting shounen have. If it was done right, it could have been a mildly amusing sex version of said arc, where it spends the whole episode dragging out the sex in the same way Dragon Ball Z infamously dragged out it's fights. It's sad that the jokes in the English outtakes have slightly (very slightly) better jokes.
The animation is not that great either. I know that animation shouldn't really matter much in a hentai, since the whole thing is there just for someone to jerk off to, but it can still be distracting if it still doesn't reach a certain level of quality. The art style is a bit better for what that's worth, but is a good art style really going to make up for in a hentai of all things?
This two episode OVA is the worst kind of sex comedy. The one where the comedy is lame and the sex is unappealing. Would I recommend this? No, not really. Especially not when there are better comedy hentai out there, such as, Toumei Ningen R (The Invisible Stud Returns), Teizokurei Daydream, and Spaceship Agga Ruter, which is written and created by Masaki Kajishima, and set in the same universe as "Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki!" and "Tenchi Muyo! GXP", which is also created by Kajishima. Give it a skip.
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