An average boy named Norio is suddenly getting a lot of unwanted romantic attention. A fall down the stairs into the arms of a handsome stranger sets off the beginnings of an explanation, and it is one Norio never could have possibly imagined. Soon a whole new world opens up for Norio revealing a secret society of special people evolved from animals other than monkeys. Norio turns out to be a particularly rare breed and his DNA is in high demand. Now that he's suddenly the prey, it'll take much effort to survive in this modern jungle.
This story revolves around a high school boy who discovers that he is part of a select group of humans who did not evolve from monkeys, but various animals such as leopards and black bears.
It was hard to rate this one because I liked the concept but not the result. And there's a list of reasons why, and I'm going to be blunt.
The story had little depth. The emotions portraryed were often uneven or strange and made gay or bi guys seem to be dumb whether they were complete "bags", silly or gutless or that it is necessary to apologize for loving someone of your own gender or its a mistake. The backgrounds of the characters were too brief. Conversely, when they do give some background, such as in the case of Madarame, the reptile guy, what they did
tell was so mixed: sometimes sensitive, sometimes a total ass...made no sense (even though, yes I did get the madadurai/non-madadurai aspect) . Or he's abusive to others, the so-called tough guy, then he gets punked out and embarrassed himself and does nothing! I could understand some shaky parts, as far as story goes, but it it too uneven too often throughout.
Yes, this is BL for those who can't have gay sex (m/m) themselves or don't really know about it or who don't care that it is even passably accurate in any way. Foreplay is a definition that should be reserved for hetero sex. Generally we don't need foreplay to want to do the deed. We can get it done and then do it again (especially at the characters ages), so the lamenting of "wait for me next time" is completely stupid and doesn't apply.
That being said, I could get the comical aspects of some of the "sex scenes" but I entirely get tired of yaoi that tiresomely puts forth a guy will only have sex with another if they are raped, and that they like or accept it as normal somewhat or afterwards. And if it wasn't that, the scenes were boring.
Shiro, the regular human, was especially boring to me though I liked the cat spirited guy out of all of them all, Norio. I could see where the idea of the storyline might be intriguingly different but so many ideas or suggestions was too sketchy, moving so quickly point to point: sex, conversations, confrontations: almost total incoherence. Most of the time I was asking myself, why characters were saying or doing a certain thing, because it made no sense! I didn't understand why it had this title either.
A few laughs and cute moments provided by Norio, but as some others have had, nothing special and the frequent misrepresentations of gay love and relationships is totally unacceptable. Many bad messages, and hope no one believes that how gay love is or that its normal like these poor examples. Sex Pistols could have been so much more but was just too flawed in my opinion.
Okay first of all I watched this without reading the manga, like everyone suggests doing, and I understood it alright without knowing about the animal spirits at first. You have to watch all the way through to get an understanding of it.
If you've never watched a yaoi anime I suggest trying out something mainstream first.
I really liked this and I would gladly re-watch it.
This yaoi has females to help with the plot and story! I'm very glad the writers included women because they are usually forgotten in yaoi
I wish they would've explained what was going on with the animal
spirits because when Norio suddenly turned into a cat I was very confused. As the story goes on you are able to pick up on what's happening. The main couple don't have a dramatic sex scene, unlike most yaoi, however I think that the romances throughout the other couples made up for it.
No big yaoi hands! The anatomy is closer to an actual human's in the anime so I enjoyed that. The colors they used really helped pull the story together. I thought it was adorable that the second opening was a chibi version of the first. Over all pretty good but not perfect. I like the way the boys and girls were drawn, both genders were very attractive and sexy.
I had no problem with it considering that I watched it on YouTube. I think that they picked great voice actors for the characters. Music was alright not breathtaking, but hey... it's just an OVA.
The characters were very two-demensional, and I feel that Yonekuni and Shiro should have grown up a little bit. Yonekuni on sudden whim changed his mind and it was actually kind of confusing? The character design was nice and they drew them based on animals, so the size and hair color varies. The characters were easy to tell apart and were unique.
This was really fun to watch, it was my first yaoi OVA so it was a nice switch from a series. I'm the kind of person who has to be hooked on the first episode so having the plot all take place in one sitting was nice. I would definitely re-watch this.
I enjoyed the characters and the art, the overall OVA is a nice break from yaoi series. It doesn't matter if you've read the manga or not - as long as you watch from beginning to end you'll understand it. The comedy and romance is awesome. I just loved this story and it will definetly
I drank too much alcohol while I was watching this and felt like I was going to puke but I think it was very appropriate because this is by far the stupidest premise to a yaoi I have ever seen. I'll never understand why these kinda of series try and have emotional depth but bounce back to 'tee-hee silly chibi faces', either; even if I was genuinely watching these kinds of series (my friends and I just look up the worst ones we can find while we get drunk) it would drive me up the wall. The worldbuilding was stupid because everyone might as well
have been these animal spirit people instead of introducing this concept, which I assume was poorly built to give them an excuse to force some mpreg in there.
Nothing says 'getting fujoshi hot and bothered' by parasite-induced ass babies.
Points for having a character named 'McBear' though.
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Love Pistols is a Japanese yaoi manga series written and illustrated by Tarako Kotobuki. The English release was renamed from the original Japanese title "Sex Pistols" to "avoid any legal trouble". The premise of the story is that 30% of humans are not descended from apes but from other animals (these people are called "Zoomans"), and they can interbreed with humans, and with other male Zoomans by the use of a symbiote. Norio, an ordinary high school student discovers his Zoomanity and deals with the advances of many male Zoomans who want him to have their
babies. The series previously licensed and published in English in North America by Tokyopop's Blu imprint is now published under Viz Media's BL imprint, SuBLime. Geneon released a series of four Drama CDs for Sex Pistols between November 27, 2004 and April 25, 2008. A two-episode original video animation adaptation went on sale in 2010.
OVA voice actor: Hiro Shimono
CD Drama voice actor: Chihiro Suzuki
He is the main character of the story who doesn't seem to understand that he's a returner to ancestry and has trouble hiding his scent. He usually relies on Kunimasa's blind in order to hide his scent. He loves Kunimasa and tends to do stupid things and apologize for them later on. One incident involves his Bear oak Madararui senpai who was deeply in love with him and whom he fully rejected.
OVA voice actor: Yoshihisa Kawahara
CD Drama voice actor: Kiyoyuki Yanada
A heavy seed nekomata Madararui (Jaguar), he's claimed Norio as his mate. He's usually stoic or conceited but his feelings for Norio are genuine. He's the very smart younger half brother of Yonekuni. They share the same mother but have different fathers. His mother tried to make him mate with another were cat in another chapter by lighting incense that made him go into a 'heat' spiral.
OVA voice actor: Tomokazu Sugita
CD Drama voice actor: Takehito Koyasu
The older half-brother of Kunimasa, he is a heavy seed and a dragon shape, the half between a snake and dragon. His father (Maximilian Seymour) being a heavy seed dragon (crocodile) while his mother (Madarame Makio) is a heavy seed snake. With an extreme hatred for any and all things male, he puts Norio through hell in his training (forcing Norio to wear girls clothes, though that was Kunimasa's idea). Though he hates everything men, except himself, he "befriends" Fujiwara Shiro. Asking Shiro to be his pretend friend, he treats Shiro almost the same way he treats other guys. Through a complicated mess, awaking from what he thought was a dream, he was faced with the reality of having slept with a male (despite his disgust for anything and anyone male). While sleeping with his coworker, he thought back to what Shiro (Shirou) told him and realized, though denying it to himself, that Shiro was the one who rescued him from near death.
Fujiwara Shiro (Shirou)
OVA voice actor: Wataru Hatano
CD Drama voice actor: Daisuke Hirakawa
Because of what he was, his parents, sickly and in bad health (though it was never revealed as to what exactly was wrong) hypnotized him into protecting his secret. "Close your eyes and cover your mouth, you'll forget your true form". Taken in by the Fujiwara's (both Shiro's adopted mother and father's names have never been released), he was adopted as their son. Shiro never knew of his natural birth parents, the only hint to his secret was his higher body temperature, which lead Yonekuni to him. Living somewhat a double life, the only male "friend" that Yonekuni had and at night, the lover Yonekuni visited when it rained or he became "sickly". It was soon that his secret, both of them, were revealed. Yonekuni awaking to what he thought was a dream, only to find out that he had been making his way to Shiro's place and sleeping with him. The secret he never knew about until Yonekuni willingly and full heartedly slept with him, the spell that his parents placed on him was broken. From there, Shiro was able to tell as much as he knew to Yonekuni and that started his lessons with the Madarame family.