punch line midway impression

CaptureT-o lets talk about fan service. 

I find that a lot of anime fans (young/steeple) don’t understand why fan service is ok in some shows and bad in others. *why watch an ecchi and then complain about the boobs on display.*

I think the reason for this mind set is because many big video reviewers a couple of years ago were talking about an anime called “highschool of the dead”.  I believe that many people interpreted the complaints they had as: “fan service ruins an anime” when reality the complaints people where making was about how forced fan service can pull you out of a show (submersion).

This anime unfortunately holds its self back from being  a great anime just by having its opening filled with pants, its first episode fill will T & A and  eyecatches of sexy  lingerie with orgasms in the background.

*T-o The show really doesn’t need it… o-O that and the entire plot about Yuuta Iridatsu getting aroused by pants gets really perplexing once you learn he is a she.*

There are a lot of plot twists in this anime making it hard to guess what is going to happen. The show loves ending on cliff-hangers and will even change the eyecatch sometimes in order to fit the mood.
It feels like the original idea for this anime was to make a strait up ecchi however, some people around the room started sharing there ideas and what they found enjoyable forcing the original idea under the table. O-o The plot about Yuuta Iridatsu destroying the world when he is aroused doesn’t get mentioned much and when it does its extremely force (the show comes to a temporary holt).

fan-service shouldn’t be hindering your anime.


One response

  1. As a complainer of ecchi/fan service (lol, I had to throw that in there), I actually didn’t mind it here. The first few episodes do show quite a bit, but once the story kicks in the panties kind of die down.

    I don’t really mind fan service, as long as it doesn’t hinder the plot. If the story gets lost in the amount of T&As then I don’t really want to watch it.

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