Now updated to include the prequel manga Orfina Saga.
Looks like this is a good week for ecchi anime. Might as well start with Waremete, which hadn’t done anything fanservicey since the series opening, until now.
A wimpy male lead ends up getting involved with a bombshell member of extraterrestrial royalty. Can’t put my finger on it, but I think I’ve seen this kind of premise elsewhere…
He didn’t do the artwork, but the author behind this manga is the same who did Fist of the North Star.
For the second time this season, we have an ecchi anime pulling the whole ‘erotic poison sucking’ routine.
Thanksgiving starts a day early for ecchi fans.
This was one of the more serious episodes in the series so far, and strangely it was also one of the most service oriented too.
Not all that many ecchi manga are set in feudal Japan. In my experience they’ve been awesome finds.
Episode five kicks off with a pair of bathing scenes.
Jinsei was one of the more promising Summer 2014 ecchi series, but like Rail Wars! it fails to capitalize on opportunities in volume two.