Not a ton of service, but it was an impressive debut overall.
In many ways the first episode confirmed our fears about Production IMS handling this anime. But at the same time, there are reasons to be excited about this show’s potential going forward.
Now that the manga scans are out to volume six, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the upcoming Isuca anime by ARMS, and it is glorious.
The year 2014 was an underwhelming if not ominous time for ecchi fans, but it still had some great moments.
An uncommon classic from the ecchi dead zone that was the mid-oughts.
The Summer and Fall seasons mostly sucked for ecchi. Now that the BDs are coming out, ecchi fans are feeling that slump.
Now updated to include volumes 6-10.
The second half of this series is almost totally fanservice free, instead focusing on drama and action.
Not much service in the TV finale, though technically there was some censorship.