As far as I know, the source manga is totally non-nude so far. Liberties were taken in the anime version, to say the least.
A quiet episode without a ton of service, though there will probably be R-rated changes coming to the opening scene.
The fanservice kicks into overdrive in Cross Ange’s second episode, complete with two instances of blatant censorship.
Another good episode with BD potential as an added bonus.
Shoujo styled manga usually steer clear of R-rated content, so when you find one that doesn’t it tends to be a refreshing change of pace from the usual ecchi works.
Actually, there isn’t a ton of service in this episode. But the story certainly seems to be going places.
Now includes volumes 9-15.
Not since Seikon no Qwaser has a blatant ecchi anime strived so much to be taken seriously.
The first episode of Madan no Ou to Vanadis almost feels like a cross between Tears to Tiara and Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance.