Ai-Ren is basically another lolicon sex-fantasy manga in the same vein as Kodomo no Jikan, just with a tinge of self-control and without the super creepy sounding title.
Here’s the updated version of my previous Kanokon FC. It replays the original version nearly verbatim except with a scene I missed from the OVA special. After that I added a 17 minute section that replays all the nude scenes consecutively.
Episode three provided some nice nude service, though the goo-tentacle scene wasn’t nearly as good as it could have been. Episode four was nude free, but had some nice “shake” moments.
After a long wait, Samurai Bride finally gets its day. It’s amazing to think that the first episode of this series aired on AT-X almost a full year ago. This series may have been boring, but it’s fanservice was anything but.
The original 1995 Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series was anime original, with the manga being released at a later time. It was essentially just a manga retelling of the anime TV series.
Given the track record of both ARMS and the series director, nudity seemed pretty likely from this series from the get go. The first bathing scene, though not quite definitive, just about synched it for me.
The sixth episode of ImoCho has by far the most fanservice and censorship for this series so far. But why am I getting this feeling like we’re getting catfished again with fake censorship by Project No.9 like they did to us in Ro-Kyu-Bu!? The signs of censorship trolling are becoming harder to deny.
Back when 8-bit added nipples to the blu-rays of Infinite Stratos, many considered it to be a pleasant surprise. After all, Infinite Stratos had a strong brand, great animation, appealing character designs, and while the action was average at best, the humor usually hit the mark, at least for those who can stomach harem series.
Maken-Ki Two! is back and this time they didn’t skimp on the senseless fanservice. Yes, this might have been yet another filler type episode, but in this go around the fanservice made this episode feel like time well spent.
It’s a nice video at least, and given the current trends in anime I’m not sure how many more high budget Ikkitousen styled series we’re going to get in the near future, so I’m trying to enjoy shows like these while I still can.