Feb 26, 2022
It's a shame that vanillas and h*ntais with good plot don't get the proper adaptation they deserve and get poorly excecuted while we are left with sh*ts like NTR. It is an h*ntai with great story and characters but with poor excecution. But still, I managed to enjoy episode 2 & 3. I should let you know, I'm not into Shotas and I'm definitely not into Lollis. But concept of the episode allowed me to make an exception and include it in one of my favorites. And it is the only one in the series to have a continuing storyline.
Honestly when I started to watch
episode 2, I was hoping to see continuation of Akane's story, but was disappointed. That disappointment grew further when I saw it was about a couple of children. However as I progressed, I started to appreciate it more than the first episode, but the I prefer the third one over the second because of obvious reasons. I read the manga as well and there is a third part to the story where the kids (now teens in episode 3) goes to a Love Hotel and have s3x and comes to term with their feelings for one another and discusses their future with s3x. It's a shame that this one didn't got animated. I would love to see it remade by a better studio or just focus on their story. It's a shame that there aren't as many h3ntais with great plot as this. And the ones that do have, don't get proper adaptation.
Some may argue that the first episode was NTR, but I disagree. Because I have seen enough NTR to know a B*stard. And the guy that Akane ended up having s3x with was not a good guy but he was not a b*stard either. He didn't even took a picture or blackmailed her further after the deed was done, but rather he said that he will lend her some more doujins to which Akane replied that she wanted something more. This meant he was willing to put his past with her aside and form a new friendship (with s3x) with her. That is not a quality of a b*stard. So, that is not NTR.
Reviewer’s Rating: 7
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