Okusama ga Seitokaichou!+! Fanservice Review Episode 12

Christmas titties in the season finale.

It looks serious.

Oh shit, what happened…

Lol, thank god. This is going to be a hot finale.

Fujisaki didn’t forget her pantsu today.


Wait… Is Misumi going to cockblock the sex out of the last episode?


Oppai and ass.

Something for the trap fans.

That’s it?


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Okusama ga Seitokaichou!+! (My Wife is the Student Council President!+) was animated by Seven studio, directed by Sasaki Tokiyoshi, and adapted from a manga by Yumi Nakata—the female mangaka who also created Chu-Bra, a series that nearly rivals Agent Aika and Maken-Ki in its pantsu obsessiveness. Good people.

Aside from having undersized 8-minute episodes, and an anticlimactic ending, Okusama+ had a wide variety of service that almost every ecchi fan could respect. Let’s recap. There was undressing, crossdressing, showering, panchira with cameltoe, nopan, nude and non-nude nipples, D-cups, loli-cups, boob play, a footjob, masturbation, cunnalingus, and even ejaculation.

This is what ecchi fans want, and Okusama+ delivered. And it not only delivered service, but it also delivered a fun story with characters that we could root for, and care about, which is an impressive feat to pull in such short time intervals.

In a way, this is the kind of diversity that SJWs push for in media. When they make requests for more “representation”, they’re trying to encourage producers to create content for more people. Unfortunately, they voice their intentions in such a piss-poor and condescending way that it elicits backlash rather than understanding. Suggesting that “different kinds of characters would broaden appeal” might be more effective than shouting “this has too many white males”, but I digress.

The ecchi highlights for me this year were, of course, Okusama+, the assbreaking Keijo, the wildly inventive Flip Flappers, and the sensational clusterfuck that was Big Order TV (please, someone, release this). Personally, and frankly, ecchi this year has been rather mediocre and forgettable, especially when you look back at 2015 where we had releases like Prison School, Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry, Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata, Shimoneta, Shinmai Maou no Testament Burst, To LOVE-Ru Darkness 2nd, and Valkyrie Drive.

Hopefully anime producers, for their sake and ours, will be less boring and safe in 2017.