When Konoe Moyako and her little brother, Akira, were young, he said he wanted to marry her. Naturally, Moyako decided that her little brother was a complete pervert who was obsessed with her. Now that they're both teenagers, Moyako is convinced she needs to "rehabilitate" him. However, it seems that the "perversion" is entirely in her imagination, and she can't seem to help turning completely innocent situations into creepy ones in her mind!
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Ane Log: Moyako Nee-san no Tomaranai Monologue is one of those shows that you just randomly pick up from off a random anime generator most anime sites usually have. By no means is this a spectacular anime that everyone should watch its quite bland, but it has its moments.
The story begins with the 2 main characters being introduced, one is the elder sister who is a 2nd year in high school while the young brother is a 1st year. They live under the same roof without supervision of their parents. The elder sister has had a huge misconception of her young brother ever since he
promised her that he would get married to her in the future. The brother hasn't thought about it much since then, but the sister has been forever attached to it making her believe that her brother is a huge pervert and will try to do lewd things to her.
The art and the animation isn't the strongest, but there isn't much to complain about its simplistic and easy to view. The colors are quite dim and unenthusiastic, but bearable. The animation is pretty good with well drawn characters and backgrounds. The special effects that happen within the sisters dirty mind are good.
The sound quality of the anime is good. Background music fits where it needs to be nothing that is out of the ordinary. The voice acting is probably the best, they chose the right people to do the characters with Koshimizu, Ami who really fits the big sister role or the elegant lady type while Mizushima, Takahiro plays the innocent brother which he does well at.
The characters are probably the most enjoyable part about this show. You have the sister who is supposedly the "princess" of the school who actually has a totally perverted mind and a brocon problem. Then the younger brother who is pure and innocent and never has any ulterior motives towards his sister.
The sister and brother really only have 3 friends within their group Kurose, Kasumi who acknowledges how much of a brocon the sister is, other being Umehira, Brisa a half Japanese half foreigner who talks alot about Japanese culture and mixing the anime world with reality, and the last being Saeki, Fuuka who is suspicious of the the brother and sisters relationship thinking they both secretly like each other.
I don't think I would ever recommend this anime to anyone. The story is pretty average and nothing really stands out. I cant find a situation where I can be like oh this show is really good because...
For personal enjoyment I'll give it a 7 because it made me laugh a couple times with how absurd the sisters thinking can be its way over the top sometimes.
If you're bored have nothing to watch just give it a go since it only will take an hour to watch all 3 episodes. Its just a simple comedy about a sister with a dirty mind and a innocent little brother and their daily lives.
Hey folks, this will be a review for Ane Log: Moyako Neesan no Tomaranai Monologue. This is an OVA and is only three episodes long. The show itself is just meh across the board.
The story revolves around Konoe, Moyako who is the older sister of Konoe, Akira. The entire show revolves around Moyako believing her brother is some incestuous pervert and her inner thoughts on all of his actions. the three episode are broken down into parts and each part contains a new space or situation for Moyako to warp into an indecent act and get angry with her brother over.
The art and sound
just alright, nothing to really remember.
The character list is rather small. You have the Konoe siblings, who the show revolves around. Moyako as previously mentioned has the misunderstanding of her brother. She often turns things as simple as ordering food, or talking about soccer, into obscene and well thought out attempts to molest her in some way. She seems to have a secret crush on Akira, not certain of that, just guessing. Akira is a normal guy, seems pretty nice. We don't get to know much about him, hes mostly on the receiving end of twisted words and logic.
The other characters are mostly there to add a some touch of reality to the scenes. However again nobody gets any type of character building so there isn't much to talk about.
I enjoyed this anime alright. It wasn't very funny, but at least it was kinda cute and I smiled from time to time. The twisted thoughts Moyako comes up with are generally far reaching and its hard to engage with them, feels very forced. The saving grace IMO is the moment between the crazy thoughts and a situation. She acts like a loving and good sister then a thought hits her and she stops and tries to analyze what is going on. Just alright, not that long but not really something I would recommend.
TLDR: Short, just ok. Barely any character development. Poor comedy, good enough for a smile or two. Its like a person who takes a joke to far, your with them at first, then it reaches a point of not being funny.
I like to think I'm as pervy and disturbed as the next guy, so I can understand *most* of the weird Japanese stuff out there, at least on some level.
Sexualized brother-sister relationships is one of the things I don't understand though.
There are two tropes of this kind, the most common is the cute little sister who just wants to play with her brothers pee-pee because she doesn't know any better. I tend to just imagine her as a regular loli character and ignore the brother-sister relationship when this happens. I guess borderline pedophilia is disturbing enough for me to handle without bringing *incest* into it
The other and less common brother-sister trope is the overly controlling oneesan with really big boobs.
Here we have one of those. She has really big boobs, and her brain has but one thought: her little brother is a perv who wants to bang her.
The brother is of course completely innocent in this regard, but that's just to enable the male viewer to indulge in incest fantasies without feeling guilty for it. I do understand *what* the Japanese are doing most of the time, I'm just not always clear on *why* they do it!
Apart from touching upon the incest taboo, there's nothing special about this little throwaway thing. I wouldn't even have watched this show to the end if it wasn't so short (only 3 episodes).
Let's just say I'm not part of the target audience: My sister has a great ass, but I never dreamed about tapping it!
This is a 3 part ova about older sister who thinks that her brother is a dangerous pervert that is in love with her. As you can see from the premise, it is a comedy.
As you can see it is a comedy, and it mostly revolves around main character coming up with a new absolutely ridiculous delusion about something her brother "is planning" to do. This usually results in a long over the top monologue with a few images for illustrative purposes. The story managed to make me chuckle couple of times, but it is not stellar. It revolves around one kind of gag,
pretty much, but waiting for the heroine to snap into one of the delusional rants is kinda amusing - because those moments are not very predictable. Still, it could be better.
Art: 6/10: Actually, I liked character designs. They're drawn as adult or older teens, with realistic proportions, and their designs are visually appealing. So, it is much better than, say, recently watched "Saipu" (which wasn't that good). The anime uses quite a few time saving techiniques, of course, but overall it looks fairly well.
Sound: 5/10: nothing to say about this one, pretty much. Music does its job, but does not stand out. Heroine goes a bit over the top with her acting on occasion, but it is good.
Characters: 5/10 Due to short length and nature of the show, there's not much time for them to show much of their personality, and overall they're mostly caricatures with a few hints of something more. They're not completely unbelievable caricatures, hwoever.
Enjoyment: 5/10 - It was alright. As I said, the anime resulted in a chuckle or two, but it was not a masterpiece material.
Overall: 5/10 - worth a watch, but don't expect too much. It is visually appealing, and not TOO silly with its jokes.