Enter Shizukuishi, a pants-wetting girl that literally fell into the lap of a boy named Kouki while he was visiting a robot maid exposition with his love interest and apparently his sister as well, Kaoruko. Things start rolling the wrong direction after Kouki ends up licking Shizukuishi's urine (don't ask)! A thread of light appears from a mark on Kouki's right hand and connects to Shizukuishi. Kouki is seemingly able to control Shizukuishi's actions through the thread. But wait, Shizukuishi has a seal for an ancient destructive giant within her womb that causes her to become "strange" at times. Oh yeah, and nobody can have sex with Shizukuishi, or else the seal on the giant within her will be broken.
Thus begins the strange story and juicy love comedy that is Iinari! Aibration.
My quest to find the worst anime and manga of all time and review them for your entertainment continues with this...gem called Iinari! the Aibration.
First, an explanation to the dark world of bad manga and how it differs from bad anime:
Those of you who are old enough, will remember a time before the internet when rumors couldn't be proven or disproved with a 5 second Google search. We would hear rumors about a friend of a friend that watched some absolutely terrible movie from Blockbuster but couldn't quite remember the title. That is how legends like Garzey's Wing, MD Geist, and Angel Cop
got started. Now we live in a time with far better connection and all the information at our fingertips. If a truly horrible anime is released like Pupa or Mars of Destruction, we all hear about it and can look it up instantly. Bad manga simply isn't like that. There is SO MUCH manga in Japan that absolutely HORRIBLE manga are able to slip through the cracks of the public consciousness. The only way that a connoisseur of crap like me can find truly bad manga is through rumors and friends of friends, much like the olden days. What I am about to unleash into public knowledge may shock you! I just returned from the pits of Hell and brought back a REALLY obscure shonen manga with me! Prepare yourselves for the Aibration! MWAHAHAHAHAHA!
(Morpheus voice) What if I were to tell you that there was a shonen manga aimed at a demographic of 12-16 year old boys entirely revolving around "golden showers" but got away with it thanks to a black bar of censorship straight out of the Family Guy FCC episode. Most of you probably wouldn't believe me that something so mind numbingly idiotic exists, but low and behold it does! This is a manga with a plot that makes absolutely no sense, but exists simply to have as much urinating on people as possible. It involves a giant demon that was frozen into a statue before he could take a piss, but his soul was divided or something (I don't exactly remember) into multiple girl robots that piss themselves every 5 seconds and must form "soul bonds" with guys that control them by eating them out while they urinate. Keep in mind THIS IS A SHONEN DEMOGRAPHIC MANGA!!! However, thanks to some really cheesy censorship it is able to get away with a disgusting porno plot in a comic published in a manga magazine where the average readership age is around 12.
Characters? What the hell are those? All we need are really bland archetypes attached to male and female urethrae, attached to full bladders. Did you expect detailed characters in a golden shower manga? Shame on you!
I've actually seen worse art. Hell, at least this oddball author still draws better than Yoshihiro Togashi! 3rd Degree BURN!
Do I REALLY need to explain why this manga sucks? The story is horrible, the characters are generic, the entire purpose is to revel in a kinky fetish, but rather than make an appropriately targeted doujin series for adults, this insane bastard of a mangaka wrote it for children! I'm not usually the cliche "won't someone please think of the children" kind of person. I'm REALLY not. But this....thing... it disturbs me.
Shizukuishi, has a very strange problem. She constantly wets herself, and one day meet Kouki, the main protagonist. He accidentally drinks her pee and somehow they are connected by this strange light. Now he has to protect her along with his older sister Kaoruko, while Shizukuishi keeps on wetting herself.
Iinari! Aibration is a truly strange manga. It is a combination of ecchi and comedy with very little plot. All of this surrounding and involving Shizukuishi wetting herself. Every chapter would have her wetting herself over and over, sometime to a point where it is like a waterfall. Not exactly a pleasant picture. It is
a comedy in nature but the gag surrounds itself in pee. Yes, pee. Every comedic scene it has almost always deal with peeing, like someone has to hold it in, or something like that. The story itself is really hard to grasp. It first starts of as slice of life ecchi comedy then somehow it tries to turn itself into an action ecchi comedy with a deeper plot. Sadly there is no deeper plot. It just seem like the story is spontaneous in nature. Whatever that came to the author’s mind was put into the story with very bad connection to the main plot.
The artwork is actually pretty good. Probably the main reason I was drawn to this manga was the great artwork it had. Of course with great artwork, comes with many scenes of good ecchi moments. Every chapter would have a pretty detailed picture of Shizukuishi or Kaoruko in a really ecchi scene.
The amount of character development is truly lacking. Shizukuishi is the always wetting herself girl, while Kouki is the guy that always tries to protect her. Also Kaoruko, Kouki’s older sister, obviously has a huge brother complex. The story starts off with a love triangle right away as Kaoruko tries to fight for Kouki’s affection, but he is too focused on Shizukuishi, and the fact that she is constantly wetting herself.
Honestly, I kind of regretted wasting my time on this manga. It did have some funny moment that made me chuckle. But the comedic gag was always with pee. So that was kind of disgusting. The ecchi scenes were good, but again, it was pretty nasty at the same time because it always dealt with pee.
Overall Iinari! Aibration is a really strange manga not recommended for the average reader. It is a really ecchi manga with decent humor, but mainly it sticks with fanservice and very little plot. If you are looking for a good romance or comedy with good development, I suggest looking somewhere else. But if you’re looking for a no plot, just plain ecchi and comedy then this manga should work for you.
This manga is weird. Very weird. I'm looking back to my past self and wondering what the heck made me want to start reading it. I guess it can be considered as side-manga if you want to read it every once in a while. There's actually some funny sexual scenes that will make you chuckle, and the story is kind of weird. Overall, this manga is not for the average person. Read at your own discretion.