One day, Mitsuki is possessed by the self-proclaimed spirit of a young girl, Kotobuki Hiyori. Hiyori must fall in love to move towards the Gates of Heaven.
The “Pink Film” version of ImoCho isn’t out yet, but you can see this behind the scenes video for now. And yes, it contains some nudity.
Well drat. I figured this would happen, but it still sucks. Looking forward to the live-action movie!
The final TV episode of ImoCho is out. There’s nothing to get too terribly excited about censorship/redraw wise (the picture above is the only one that even has a chance of being more interesting on blu-ray), but it was a pretty fun episode all the same.
So it’s here, the 11th episode that sends all the characters to a clothing optional co-ed hot spring.
If you aren’t watching this series, you aren’t missing terribly much. Mitsuki and her ghost friend get in a silly fight, the ghost friend leaves, they eventually have a tearful reunion and with it, a new model for Mitsuki’s chastity belt. The only thing that was really all that amusing in this episode was the bizarre cylindrical chrome ” T ” censorship they used to cover it up.
But who cares about that. Fanservice!
Another ImoCho episode comes and goes, and my confidence that it will be appropriate for a future compilation dips further and further. Even if the censorship in the early episodes ends up being legit, it would take a dramatic turnaround for ImoCho to qualify as a true fanservice series at this rate.
Another episode of ImoCho comes and goes with little hope for BD changes. The screenshot above was the only censorship from this episode. And even here, it just looks like a run of the mill panty shot that was unnecessarily censored.
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.