December 03, 2013
Like I need a reason? From Fight! Ippatsu! Juuden-chan!more...
November 28, 2013
To commemorate the destruction of comet ISON, I give you nudity from Maji de Watashi.more...
November 21, 2013
Seems like Studio Fantasia has fallen on hard times. Aika Zero is the last original production they did, and that was 2009. Since then they seem to spend all their time doing contract work. (They worked on Samurai Bride, which came out in April.) I guess it keeps the lights on and the bills paid, but it isn't creatively very rewarding. And I think they may be bleeding talent. The front page of the company's web site has a blog, and the last three entries are attempts to recruit in-betweeners.
They've given us so much love over the years (love meaning "fan service") and Aika Zero is loaded with it. If I had grabbed all the panty shots, this post would have been upwards of 100 images (if not 200). As it is, I'm sticking to nudity, so it's only 16. Featuring "Barbie Doll" anatomy, and a rubber duck.more...
Obviously we need more fan service around here. NSFW below the fold, from Strike Witches 2 and Asobi ni Iku Yo.more...
November 12, 2013
It's said that looking at naked boobs improves a man's mood. After that last depressing post, let's give it a try. NSFW below the fold.more...
November 04, 2013
November 03, 2013
October 09, 2013
Maken Ki continues to uphold its reputation for class and taste, setting consistently low standards for both. It's nearly as bad as High School DxD.
It begins with Haruka doing a voice-over: "We are currently on our summer training camp in Okinoshima."
Every time one of these kinds of islands shows up in anime I'm always curious whether they're real. So I hit Google Earth or Wikipedia to see.
Okinoshima is real. But... a really big but: The entire island is considered to be a Shinto shrine, one of the top three shrines in Japan. As a result, any man who visits must undergo a purification process -- and women are entirely forbidden to visit.
Also, there aren't any beaches, and there isn't any road around the perimeter. The permanent population is one man, a priest who cares for the shrine.
So the events of this episode are one big sacrilege. Simply having girls on this island is bad enough, but what they're shown doing there is even worse.
The star of our show is Takeko, which is Takeru turned into a girl. But there's no real point in trying to describe the story, such as it is. I presume you all understand that it's NSFW below the fold, right?more...
October 02, 2013
September 19, 2013
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