The Kirionira are the demons that live in another dimension and invade the human world through their dreams. The only defense humanity has against the demonic assault are the hunters who rely on their sex drive as a source of power to fight against them. Riku Yoichi came from a long line of hunters and had high amounts of sexual energy which allowed him to be a great hunter. He moved away from his home town after middle school to demolish the Kirionira and was successful in finishing off the king and ending the battle forever. However, the peace came at the price of Yoichi losing his sex mojo. Returning back to his home town, he soon learns that the demon invasion was not over, but without his sex drive, he is helpless to fight back. He tries convincing his childhood friend Namba Midori and her female classmates to get him sexually aroused, but they want nothing to do with it.
This is a manga that was incredibly underwhelming. Now to start off, I know the premise is incredibly strange and I absolutely expected it to be low brow and I was perfectly fine with that. However, I don't think this did a very good job, even with that. The libido mechanic I found interesting, but it isn’t used very well, and honestly the fanservice while serviceable was too repetitive and overall felt somewhat lacking. The comedy suffered from the same fate, in that it kept trying to make the same joke without any variance, which while funny at first gets old. The plot was simple
but fine for what it was trying to do, but then it suddenly goes in random directions towards the end. I have no opinion at all on how it ends though, because at that point it didn’t even feel like it mattered. The characters as they’re introduced seem interesting, but they are incredibly inconsistent. Being so, while there may have been attempts at relationship and character development, they feel incredibly forced because they aren’t in line with the previous attempts. Hence, in pretty much every way, it seems to have a spark of having potential, but also in every way, it failed to live up to that potential. The art was pretty good though.
A manga that’s clearly centered around comedic fan service but doesn’t have enough variety to pull it off.