The story takes place after the wandering warrior Leina's championship has ended. The royal court's magician Alicia uses black magic and opens a doorway to another dimension. From that door, a rabbit lures Alicia into another dimension called Melfairland. Melfairland is holding a tournament of its own to award out a Queen's Blade, and Alicia enters the tournament in order to find a way to return to her own world.
Queen’s Blade is a really moronic, asinine titty show. So, if you don’t enjoy series like that, don’t expect to like this series. This series is actually really hilarious though: the juvenile sexual humor, the epic music while ridiculous boob flopping or camel toe is happening is glorious, the implied lesbian relationships or maid girl with little boy pairings (?), and the girls, who admittedly, are well-designedーcoalesce to make the Queen’s Blade franchise, BUY THE FIGURES!
• The plot is nothing special, the first season is pretty much written like a light novel, a sexy princess is abducted from her kingdom and falls from glory to
be put into numerous, humiliating situations that are so ridiculous that you would only see it in a really bad hentai. In the first few minutes of the very first episode, a gelatin bunny girl (Melona) shoots acid milk out of her nipples and melts the main girl’s clothing off.
• No, it doesn’t burn her skin. Nope, the series just has to get her naked. The first season focuses on the princess, Laina, and her two incestuous sisters. Because, this show will use any excuse possible to get characters in sexual situations. The second season of Queen’s Blade introduces many more colorful characters, including a loli with an piece of armor on her crotch that is not a penis. Nope, not phallic looking at all!
• The second part of this, uh, masterpiece, is pretty much any generic tournament arc that you would see in a Shounen Jump series but the fat tits and pussy edition. It improves in the momentum and the ridiculousness from the first season, which is good, because it’s a lot more entertaining and epic. If you thought that the angel girl from the first season that was voiced by Aya Hirano and spilled suspicious looking milk on herself all of the time was ridiculous, I am completely ecstatic to reveal the Holy Pose.
• There’s a nun character that literally prays to God and shoots a light beam from her spread legs. Surprisingly, the OVA after the second season (there are two separate onesーfor some reason), but the only one of note is Utsukushiki Toushitachi, translated to Beautiful Warriors. The only downside to this six-episode OVA is that the first two or three are the only memorable ones, but they actually had a bit of character development.
• It’s weird that Queen’s Blade has anything akin to character development, but I actually really liked the Elina and Alleyne arcs. I wanted to like the third episode more than the first two, because Airi is best girl, but it just emphasized more of the creepy relationship that she had with Cattleya’s family, yes, that’s actually her nameーbecause she’s the size of a cow.
• So, let’s talk about the Vanquished Queens OVA. I didn’t like it at all. It was the worst edition of the franchise, by far. It was bordering more on a rape hentai than a ecchi fighting show like the other series. It made me feel filthy to watch it. It was gross and unwatchable, not as much as Violence Jack, but really, really bad.
• Queen’s Blade: Rebellion was awful and made me feel like I should be flagged by the FBIーbecause of the sheer volume of loli characters. I usually don’t mind two or three of them, but when the entire cast is just underaged-looking girls. I’m not into it and I can’t find it funny. Rebellion definitely wasn’t as campy as I would have liked it to be.
• Queen’s Blade Grimoire, the latest edition, was a lot of fun. It takes a lot of fictional characters like Alice in Wonderland and Little Red Riding Hood and makes it a trippy, ecchi fighting romp. There’s also little cameos from the original series, which was enjoyable, but overall the franchise doesn’t care about the quality of the anime. They just want you to buy pretty girl figures.
• Overall, Queen’s Blade is horrible, but it can be entertaining to watch if you want to laugh at the absurd sexual humor, like the anime: My Girlfriend is a Shobitch; just tune in to something incredibly moronic and it can repel rainy moods like an expensive umbrella! I would say that these series are more for stoners than people who are actually attracted to the characters, because it is so freaking bizarre. I rate the first season a 2/10, the second season a 3/10, the Beautiful Warriors OVA a 3/10, all of the other OVAs (like, the prequel to Rebellion) a 2/10, Vanquished Queen’s is a 1/10, Rebellion is a 1/10, and Grimoire is a 3/10.
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