Ah yes, how we all miss our perverted Issei and his harem kingdom. This OVA is 20 minute side story about panty stealing monster and overall a great preview for the third season of High School DxD BoRn.
While the OVA stays true to the show we know, I found myself chuckling at Issei's remarks and the girls reactions to his "pervertness".
If you are a fan of the show and cannot wait for the new season coming around the corner, this is a must watch OVA for fans of the series.
While thousands of fans are breathlessly waiting for the new DxD season, the producers fulfill our desires by giving us another OVA for the 2nd season, NEW.
This time, a man on the path of ero has a mission: He shall embrace his love for boobs and become the lingerie himself, devoting himself to the path that the god of ero has shown him. In a bra-taking fight he manages to defeat all the girls and only Issei remains to stop him.
In a legendary monologue about boobs and their functionality for men, Issei manages to stop the bra-monster and liberate his friends.
With plenty of ecchi, comedic
moments and the typical holy path of ero, Issei and his friends manage to make an excellent 20min OVA - a must watch for every fan.
What an outstanding OVA. I feel that the message here that people conceived after watching this are wrong. This isn't just about oppai. This is beyond oppai. This is about following your dreams and taking advice from others in order to strive further. One does not simply achieve the dream of touching oppai, without the help of companions.
S E N S A T I O N A L.
8/10 Story: The plot was well developed as the OVA already had it planned out from the beginning. It's uniqueness and subtle ecchi scenes truly grabs the viewer's attention while fully grasping onto all the important aspects
of Highschool DxD - oppai.
9/10 Art: sensational, wonderful, pink, and soft oppai. No matter what the size is, they will be always cherished.
8/10 Sound: sensational music that fitted the action scenes.
10/10 Character: Issei has truly developed from the previous seasons of Highschool DxD. I feel that he learned how to take a bigger initiative in becoming the Ero hentai god.
If the parent series was a cake, this OVA would be the topping, and what a sweet topping that was!
- Story (4.0/10):
Once again, a short animation with no important plot progression, very stereotypical, a bad guy appears and starts stealing women panties, that's where the club's members have to intervene and save the day, but of course not before every woman ever gets violated and Issei has a yet wonderful view.
Like many other Highschool DxD OVAs, the villain is just as perverted as Issei, and thus, Issei sympathizes with them, saving the day with a yet legendary quote, a mighty pervert has never spoken of
- Art (7.5/10):
With nothing fantastic about it, the same old art style and animation quality spanning this OVA. But at least, you have got to appreciate the physics that only seem to get funky the closer you get to one's chest, oddly enough, works only on female characters.
- Sound (7.0/10):
Nothing that makes you go “Wow”, I love the outro, the same one from the parent story, however, the second opening theme song hadn't aged quite healthy in my memory.
- Character (5.0/10):
I would have given this a 4/10, but you gotta have some extra points for the minimalistic screen time for the great Azazel.
All the characters didn't have anything to add to this episode, aside from getting violated.
- Enjoyment (7.5/10):
Not the best highschool DxD OVA out there, probably because of the focus on underwear? and like Issei said, it's about what's under the underwear, not specifically them, they are nothing but a support for the magnificent support they provide for.
- Overall (6.2/10):
I had higher expectations for this OVA, but while not being too terrible, I managed to get some giggles with sometimes spacing out because nothing too interesting was happening. I would recommend watching this, because it's more like a 13th episode for the second season, if you're in for the fanservice, then you're differently going to love this, but if you're like me, a man of culture but also has interest in the plot, you could skip this as it has no ties to the main plot, but skipping an episode might end up in you having some regrets, because one day, you'll finish seeing all of the episodes, and probably want more, but there are no episodes left, so take this chance if you're comfortable, and have fun.