Low budget ecchi anime had some humble beginnings. I’ll never speak badly of an anime that gives us boobs though, and this show was funny enough for a groaner here and there.
Maken-Ki! Two is finally here. It takes on an old and familiar re-draw formula for presenting fanservice, but does so in a way that is especially suggestive, while attempting (poorly) to feel like an anime that is about more than boobs.
Based on the eroge by Petit Ferret. The eroge for which this anime is based was made famous outside ecchi circles for its role in the creation of the internet Caramelldansen meme, which continues strong to this day.
ImoCho’s second episode came out a couple days ago with no shortage of intent to grab the attention of pervs like me. We get more upper body censorship, once again totally opaque and immune to contrast/gamma/coloration tweaking.
This is the second blu-ray volume of the wrestling ecchi anime Sekai de Ichiban Tsuyoku Naritai! alternatively known as Sekatsuyo, edited down for added emphasis on fanservice and nudity, available via torrent as well as direct download.
I like big butts and I cannot lie. Unfortunately, being an ecchi fan has it’s drawbacks for guys with my preferences. Japanese censorship laws coupled with the fact that lower body nudity is (rightfully) seen as being much more extreme than mere bare breasts have made it so that even so much as bush or showing more than the mere crease of a backside feels like a revelation in the ecchi genre.
The Walkure Romanze anime from the past season is based on a very nice eroge of the same name by Ricotta, the same team that created Princess Lover!. I’m not much for playing eroge (I’m sure they are a blast but I just don’t have the time), but I do enjoy looking up the game screenshots, which can at times be quite glorious. Especially when licensed internationally and summarily becoming uncensored.
I’m sure this manga is about something, other than monstrous tits and super-lolis. Probably. Maybe.
Though it really shouldn’t be too big of a surprise to anyone, Sekatsuyo‘s first blu-ray bombed with just a little over 1000 blu-ray sales during the week it’s first release debuted.