Keisuke Iwasaki is a popular high school PE teacher by day and the notorious "Rapeman" at night. As a masked avenger, he collaborates with his uncle, a former surgeon, to dispense his brand of justice on behalf of clients who seek the assistance of their business, "Rapeman Services." Be it exacting vengeance on an ex-lover, mending the relationship between a daughter and her parents, or suppressing the anger of a disgruntled employee, Keisuke never falters in completing his assigned contracts. Whenever corrupt women wander, the Rapeman arrives to forcibly change their sullied hearts.
Never have I seen such a great anime since the end of evangellyfish! This trancends art and anime to create a superb piece of art which would make Micheal angelo himself weep after being overcome with sheer manlyness, never before have I seen so much gar in one anime in my life, and the characters were so fleshed out it was like I could touch them! Truley a series worthy of a 10!
All procreation in Japan is done by Rapeman.
-The Endless One
This is a 10 out of 10 would fap again. This is the best hentai ever made and i hope they make 100 more episodes.
i love these japanese animes.
Why are we still here? Just to suffer? Every night, I can feel my leg... And my arm... even my fingers... The body I've lost... the comrades I've lost... won't stop hurting... It's like they're all still there. You feel it, too, don't you? I'm gonna make them give back our past!
I really don't know where to start with this review or end. It's not even fitting. I don't understand how the other reviewer gave it such a commendable response. But it really doesn't deserve it. There are Japanese films that can fall very easily into this genre and they are far more commendable. A guy gets hired, mainly by rejected men or something---or he just takes it upon himself and he basically runs around raping women who seem to love it after ward.
It makes you question the morality of a society and the people who came up with it.
If I take it as a feminist that I am, I'm utterly offended. If I take it as tongue-in-cheek nonsense...well it's...fitting. Basically this story was developed to appeal to the adult male audience (no not the pubescent) so they can start reading mangas. I don't really think adult males need such story concepts in order to get into reading mangas. Berserk is a good example of good story with extreme themes.
In any event, as a manga it was a bomb---so it boggles my mind why it was turned into a mini-anime.
As a short analysis of each rated part of the anime, it's not going to be pleasant.
Story---there actually is a meaning as to why the guy does what he does. You just have to wonder how rape is a plausible teaching lesson. Is the story rich and developed and grasping...no---there's just violence and misogynistic behavior towards women.
Art---it's like that 80s style art from like yaoi hentai with the same style of music. You decide if you like it or not. I find that sort of thing really trite, like watching 70s porn or something.
Sound---Meh, all you hear is screams and squelching sounds. There isn't much dialogue to listen too.
Character----you get no real character development. But if I remember correctly, because it's been a while. I wanted him to hook up with his secretary I think. Love for a rapist?! I know, I know---the way these animes make you think...~sigh~
Enjoyment---I remember it, I can't say I enjoyed it since I found it an utter disappointment. Don't ask what I was thinking I would get from watching it. At this point I just put it down to me wanting to see as many animes as I could so I can say I watched them, even if they are crap.
Overall---it got hire than I thought it would. ^_^