I am flattered and honored to be the first person to review this masterpiece; however, I am, at the same time, disappointed in the community for there not already being mountains of reviews and memes of this work already existing. I feel like the Norwegians when they rediscovered bouvet Island and claimed it because no one else has gotten around to claiming it (I know that isn’t 100% accurate). But unlike Bouvet island, this work of art isn’t useless—bad yes, useless, far from it.
I’m gonna be real with y’all. This two episode OVA hentai jawn was pretty bad if we are looking
at it in terms of being good porn—I know I didn’t get off to this. But something I say about anime, and art in general, is that every conceivable idea can be presented in a way that is intellectually stimulating. Basically, unlike a classical elitist who will likely hate on ideas for being stupid, I hate on ideas for not being writing well, and wish that they will be reused in better stories to keep the flow of ideas going. For example, I don’t hate on Attack on Titan because it is simply giant naked men getting cut up by edgy teenagers, I hate on it because the writing is sub par. And I hope for later shows to build upon the ideas of their failed comrades to make better anime moving forward (even though Gurren Lagann is AoT but a thousand times better).
So what is with all this talk of ideas and themes doing in a hentai review? To simply put it, I actually think the premise of this porno is actually really something special. I don’t know if it’s been done before (If yet please inform me); regardless, the premise isn’t your standard brother with loli sister we have grown so accustomed too. This hentai tackles the hypothetical scenario of r@pe becoming legalized. This premise is as stomach turning as it sounds. When watching this, I wanted to vomit out of fear, and I am a dude.
How the show tackled this idea was obvious very juvenile and counterintuitive to intellectual property. If this was trying to seriously tackle this hypothetical, it would have to show in detail, how this policy made it through the Japanese parliament and what political atmosphere would lead to such a policy to even be proposed. Instead of all that political jargon, the show was shows a newswoman getting r@ped on tv as she informs the people of the new policy—unnervingly humorous, yes, mature writing, no.
Pretty much the whole show is just women getting r@pped because it is legal and that’s about it. It is really as juvenile as that. The ending of the show tries to be all psychoanalytical in showing how women all develop a kind of Stockholm syndrome where they all fall in love with their initial r@pists. And it goes so far as to have them talk about how much they love legal r@pe. This kind of an ending comes with very little in-world psychoanalytics to back up its conduction; it just sorta says this is what happens when r@pe is legal, and we are just supposed to take its word for it.
With all that being said, this is a hentai truly fitting for a Jordan Peterson fan, but as for me, I got nothing out of it other than “yeah that’s a cool idea for a story.” I might write a screenplay with this idea and try to make it actually good, but until then, this hentai is pretty bad. I would only recommend it as a gag watch with friends. It is only two episodes, so it makes for an easy MAL entry to help make you list look bigger than what it really is.
I apoligies if the subject matter of this review was off putting; I’m only saying what this hentai is about. If you found yourself liking my rhetoric, I have a twitch and I stream regularly and love talking about anime, politics, philosophy, and literally any other topics that come to mind (I have a working link on my MAL profile). Feel free to catch me live and chat with me or make fun of me—whatever works for you. I also have a discord server on my profile if you want to chat directly with my over voice; I’d love to hear from y’all. Have a nice one, Peace!