Have you ever wondered what it would be like to watch someone make a porno using only Papier-mâché!?
No? oh, i thought you would be into that kind of thing.
....Shit man that was like my whole shtick to this review..Yah man it was like THE ENTIRE review, I was gonna ask you if you were into that thing, you'd say yes, I'd jokingly say it was great and overthrow that tyrant Foggle and his mars of destruction review and Archaeon with my witty ironic banter and conquer the prestigious "RULER OF MAL REVIEWS" title, then everyone would laugh and praise me
for my accomplishments, chanting my name in the streets:
HITLER!, HITLER!, HIT- Actually on second thought we shouldn't do that.
But regardless my whole review is just fucked now, i mean i rated this shit a 10 and now that just looks like i actually think its a 10....
...what do an actual review on it now? The fuck is there to review. Its just a 20 minute hentai made in flash or some shit with every girl looking like a cross between your generic mid 90's anime girl and the repainted version of Ecce Homo. I already made the joke about how it looks like a porno made with Papier-mâché, or paper mache or however the fuck you actually spell it I just used Google cause I wanted my review to look pretty but I guess that was too much to ask for.
And whats the point of talking about the story, hell i don't even know what the fuck happened, it starts off with some green hair girl who looks like her face is melting is about to jump off a building when Kaworu Nagisa's 3rd cousin whose not invited to the annual family Christmas party shows up, says some pretentious mumbo jumbo about relativity or something then the girl dies, all of which while this supposedly high school kid sounds like hes hit puberty 15 times than smoked a pack of cigars while he fucked an entire county's most attractive women. Seriously this guys voice is like alone worth the price of admission, its the most hilariously unfitting voice I have ever heard, then once you laugh at the voice you can go outside and beat the crap out the guy who charged you money to see this.
The rest of the story just consists of the MC fantasizing about doing a chick, A bit of some family friendly rape, some more technological mumbo jumbo, and then some good old fashion horrifying mutual sex between the the 2 "protagonists". So yah what the hell is there even left to talk about
The way I see it you're the reason this review went so south, so just do me this one solid alright, just pretend to say you're interested in paper mache sex alright, you will? ok, FROM THE TOP....3...2.....1
Hey you! Yah YOU!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to watch someone make a porno using only Papier-mâché!?
You do? Thats fucking disgusting, get away from me you weirdo.
“I believed in reincarnation until 5 minutes ago.”
“Then what happened?”
“I died.” - Johnny Hart
What would you think of a story that begins on a school roof, with a girl standing beyond the fence on the verge of suicide, and suddenly she starts to discuss death and reincarnat- oops, "metempsychosis", with a young boy voiced by some 40-years old guy, and then to resolve their argument they have a rape intercourse in a different dimension? If your face is now twisted in some confused or disgusted expession then you have a clear idea on how people react after watching this “anime”.
Tsui no Sora, commonly translated as Endsky, is a weird show, but
not weird in the sense that eyes weep blood in a pool or black tentacled ball float in the sky. They probably couldn't afford these scenes so they were cut off from this OVA.
Originally an eroge from SCA-JI's KeroQ company, Tsui no Sora came out in 1999 as one of the most controversial and bizarre titles produced at the time. It fell right under the newborn genre called “Denpa”, which refers to when ordinary settings are suddenly turned upside down for mysterious reasons and cause people to act odd, victims of the spreading madness.
Tsui no Sora fits perfectly under this description, though the “ordinary” and the “strange” have never really any established border throughout the whole episode. In all likelihood, it is the production studio behind the adaptation that is to blame for it, among many other problems.
As some readers may know, there are some canonical ways to adapt a visual novel into an anime. The first method is to cover all the major points in the story and, if there are many branching endings with the same value, choose one and conclude the series while sticking to it. The second is to do the bare minimum in order to gain as much as possible from loyal fans, without giving much care toward the actual result. The last one is not having the will and money to do any of the aforementioned, and produce a few hentai DVDs that can promptly be used as paperweight or frisbees.
Such was the fate for titles like Kara no Shoujo, YU-NO, MajiKoi and, object of this review, Tsui no Sora.
Despite these ominous results, those who tried to squeeze the story into 23 or so minutes (13 without the ero scenes!) should be praised for their attempt to preserve some of the story's main themes. The result is something that is literally unforgettable.
From the very beginning, the viewer is presented with an ordinary love comedy between a common wimp and his childhood friend which is (unbelievable but true) a tsundere. But this joyful routine is interrupted by an unfortunate chain of events, which involve rapes, lesbian fantasies, more deep reflections about metempsychosis, and a confession that sounds more like a prostitute advertising her body than a girl expressing her love.
Also, it seems like normal people may recover from the trauma of a close friend's death just by eating a hamburger; maybe this is a reference to how real life is more complicated than we make it, and that every bad event just doesn't mean anything if you have someone to rely on (and to scrounge a meal from, for that matter).
By the end, everything will finally come together, and with a little help from some ghosts we'll understand how raping girls is actually fundamental in having mystical delusions about metempsychosis. What would Plato think about this?
So, are people actually able to reincarnate? Watch this and find out yourself; if per chance you find an answer, then you probably understood this better than the studio that produced it.
Story aside, what makes Tsui no Sora truly unforgettable is its technical feats: the art and animation are revolutionary, something totally different from every other production. In fact, it's an incredibly audacious and daring move to use both MSPaint and Power Point toward making an anime. No one had ever thought of this, and the sheer originality of this choice provides for some of the most incredible animation ever seen (in the literal meaning that it's hard to accept them as reality).
For those of you who were lucky enough to watch the uncensored version, wait patiently until 2:10. You will certainly feel the urge to screen that single frame and set it as your desktop indefinitely. Last but not least, a great cameo from an american show! They hired the guys who worked on South Park to make the backgrounds, and their work clearly oozes emotion from every monochromatic, two-dimensional building.
The sound is also top-notch; what a magnificent idea to hire random passersby as voice actors in order to give the whole anime a very authentic feeling. As a result, we have the bad guy which is basically a short adult who got a plastic surgery to look like a teenager and a protagonist that suffers from a cold in the middle of spring... or summer. It's not very clear what season the anime is set in.
Aside from that, we also have the pleasure of feeling the implicit connotations of every sound effect. For example, they illustrate that raping is a bad thing by replacing the sound of ejaculation (which actually has no sound) with some random ripping, as if the guy held onto some paper and ripped it the moment he came.
Long story short, Tsui no Sora is, for various reasons, something that you will unlikely forget. Luckily, you also won't wake up screaming in the middle of the night, but the side effects of watching this will affect your mind so much that everything else will appear like a piece of fine art in comparison.
Or you just look up hentai online and watch it for free because you're an unsupportive freeloading fucker.
After having my most joyful 23 minutes of my life spent, I'm here to share my joy with you guys because I'm a fucking saint.
So you have this suicidal girl who's gonna jump off a building as she feels life has no meaning and she meets a guy. He proposes that there still is a chance, he will offer the most sublime and supreme
pleasure in life. Next thing you know, they are fucking like no tomorrow
Now I gotta say, this hentai's fuck scenes are top notch, and I don't lie. You have loop animation because who gives a shit about drawing extra scenes, just repeat 2 zooming in and out scenes for 5 minutes and you have a spot on hentai, gets you harder than Diamond every single time!
Anyways, after fucking, the girl still jumps off the building, so much for suicidal remedy.
So now this twisted fucker goes out kidnapping schoolgirls, whips them, and makes them do his bidding. At one point, two schoolgirls fuck each other, because why not? And in the end, some random school boy saves them and he gets a girlfriend. SPOILERS: In the end, the rescued girl rewards him for his "bravery and heroic deeds" (aka punching a delusional guy in the face) by giving him a nice fuck fest.
But the story isn't what makes the hentai so good. The 10/10 comes from the art. First, with a budget of about 10 yen, what are you gonna do. These animators are smart and they made the most out of their amazing budget. First off, the software used to make this hentai is: Microsoft Paint, Microsoft Powerpoint and occasionally Microsoft Movie Maker for the transitions. On top of that, these guys took the extra step and made half of their scenes with construction paper, truly a new dimension of art in hentai, now why can't Ufotable take lessons from these guys! You call these animators lazy? I call these hentai artists geniuses.
Voice acting is great as most of these guys sounded very arousing even after smoking 20 packs and the girls screaming for no apparent reason
The censoring is spot on as they keep things appropriate by flashy rainbow coloured pixels covering half the screen, you could probably watch this hentai with your child as they'll never see any inappropriate content due to half the screen being obstructed.
Anyways, Everything about this hentai is perfect. You thought Oni-chichi was gud? you thought Mankitsu Happening was top of the line. After watching this, you'll bless your disk drive and your dick the most "sublime sensation of all time" and you should throw out any hentai you thought were good into the trash. This is the only hentai that should be on your shelf.
"The world never has a start, nor an end, there is no endsky", these philosophical words, so deep, yet another reason to fuck like no tomorrow!
So give it a try, spend your hard earned cash, and enjoy construction paper, and Microsoft paint at its finest in Tsui no Sora!
Tsui no Sora is a hilariously bad hentai. Mars of Destruction is better on a technical standpoint in basically every way. No joke.
Every scene is very poorly paced, and really awkward. The animation is really bad and riddled with mistakes. The lip-syncing is awful, and there are many parts where there is so little animation that it's embarrassing. Characters almost never even blink. Almost every background looks lazily made and lack detail. Some of them are just lazy colour-gradients.
During sex scenes, they reuse clips a lot and use animation-loops for way too long. There's even a part where they loop something for 37 whole seconds.
Sometimes the animations don't even loop correctly and have a little 'hiccup' in them. Several times instead of cutting to a new angle they show you the same shot again but cropped.
There's some repetitive music and unfitting sound effects. For the sound of ejaculating, it sounds like they ripped some tissue paper in front of a microphone. The dialogue is weird and awkward. The antagonist's voice also doesn't fit. He sounds way older than he is.
Overall, I give 'Tsui no Sora' a 1 out of 10. If you're on the hunt for the worst anime then definitely check this one out. If you know something as bad or worse than this that I haven't seen already, please send me a message about it.