Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Romance

Kuzu no Honkai (Episode 7 Review)

Hi everyone! Before I say anything else, I would like to apologize for not posting anything for the so many days. Thanks to my clumsy af attitude I fell down from stairs and received a great gift from the concrete floor, A slight fracture in my right hand wrist (LOL!). Well, I was told to rest for quite some time and after that looooooooooong time, finally I’m back. Anyway, many things are left to be finished and I’m kinda happy to see my blog’s views counter didn’t die yet; Time to get back to business.

I utilized these few days of completely immobility by binge watching a huge load of anime and of course, the first one to be completed was ‘Kuzu no Honkai’. So yeah, I know the ending now and to be honest, it wasn’t bad but still it’s no excuse for the headache that we get in the last few episodes.

STORY OF 7TH EPISODE:

This episode starts with Moca recalling an event in her Middle school days, where she went on a date with a guy she had no feelings for. She apologizes for playing pretend with him and of course, it took her this long to realise her fault because today, she’s in the receiving end (If you had a pervy thought, internet has ruined you). Moca is completely ready for her date with Mugi, she prepares herself mentally and stands in front of Mugi, looking the best she ever was.

This episode also gave some screen time to Hanabi who is out on a date with “The guy we saw with Akane in the restaurant” (Let’s call him, Dat Boi). He’s constantly shown hitting on her and nagging no, Whining about going to a hotel. Well of course, when Hanabi rejected and tried to be superior, some another girl called him and he easily called off the date, because let’s face it; Hanabi wasn’t as good as Akane in showing her worth anyway. Hanabi’s screen time in the first part of the episode ends with her sulking over the fact that she isn’t even near being as good as Akane (Why do you even want to be like her??); she calls Mugi and gets ignored (LOL) and thus, she keeps falling deeper into depravity….. having really f**ked up thoughts and in the end, she just looks at a passing couple, imagining them to be Kanai and her (She only wanted looooooooove).

Now coming to the main part of the story, The date of Moca and Mugi. Moca becomes philosophical af in this episode; I mean, all we get to see in this part of the story are some dialogues and her constant philosophical monologues. They at first ate crepes, then went to watch a film and at last they had dinner in a restaurant. Moca was extremely happy because her dream was finally true (If you think so) but at the same time she was hurt because she knows that it’s one sided and as for Mugi, it’s completely an obligation (Moca and Mugi held hands at the cinema hall..… Just so you know). When Moca knew that it’s the end, she tried her best to control her desires. She constantly kept telling herself that what she experienced up until now was beautiful enough that she could live with it but still (Because the creator loves making shit, complicated shit), Moca says she loves Mugi in such a way that he kisses her *Flips the table*.

*Sigh* Well after that, we see both of them in a room. We get to know that Moca always knew that she and Mugi can never be together like she dreamt, but still she got the special treatment thanks to her tears; her tears can melt any guy’s heart and she has kept using THAT weapon of hers to her advantage. Today too, she used those tears as a way to seduce Mugi and now here they were. Well, they kiss a lot and then Mugi asks her if she wants to go all the way. Moca agrees to it and then she even shows her bare body to Mugi, now here’s the fun part, Mugi touches her belly and sees everything and then he says, “I can’t” (LOLOLOLOLOLOL!). Moca’s face was like, What Da Fuq?? But yes, after that when he said that she is still important to her, Moca replies that if that’s all she can be, a special and untouchable ornament, then she doesn’t wants to be special anymore (Simply, she accepted it and moved on).

In the end, we see Hanabi and Mugi meeting up and deciding to confess their love to their respective crushes and of course, get flatly rejected, by the end of the Summer Vacation. All this, so that they can finally be a real couple (I wonder how many shitty tasks do you two need to do to become a “Real couple”).

MY THOUGHTS:

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My Reaction On Seeing Mugi Cheating

To be honest, the only thing that this anime has been constant in, is giving us cringe worthy moments. I mean, this anime shows some pretty wrong and unruly things in a way as if it’s nothing. In this episode too, Mugi just went on and kissed Moca, asked her if she’s ok with going all the way, watched her naked, touched her a little and then was like, “Meh, I can’t”. Dude, are you serious? If you really weren’t able to do it, why did you make her take it off? He said, “I wanna see those (Bewbs) because they are yours”; Bullshit, you just wanted to see her size and when you found that they are not big enough, your sex drive disappeared. As for Hanabi, I have only one question, “Why do you wanna become a s**t?” Well anyway, let’s see what happens next (Even though I already know that). But yeah to the readers, things are gonna get real nasty here.

Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Romance

Kuzu no Honkai (Episode 6 Review)

Before I say anything about the 6th episode I would like to advice you guys one thing, if you are in a new relationship right now then do not watch this series. Yes, I’m serious because the way the characters here are cheating on each other and act as if it’s nothing special might actually make you wonder whether your lover is really loyal or not. I have experienced it and I know it.

So the 6th episode with a little bit transition to the last episode. We’re shown a few scenes of Kanai and Akane doing it (Trust me, it’s not hot at all) and then we are again thrown back to the time when Akane tells Hanabi that she had sex with Kanai. What is left for the prologue is just the smug on Akane’s face and the dismayed emotions of Hanabi where she could only think of one question: How does it feel to play with peoples’ emotions?

 

The next couple of minutes are the real focus of the first part while all the other things are just to extend the length of episode. Hanabi is in a self-conflicting situation, she comes to the conclusion that if Akane stole her loved one from her then she will take away everyone who are obsessed with her. She visualizes her child self, which I believe represents her sane mind (If there is any), and she tries to give excuses to her current emotions only to realise that what she is doing really is wrong.

We then see Hanabi accepting Mugi’s proposal of starting to date for real now and the happy Mugi kisses her as his girlfriend for the first time. Hanabi, however, then goes to Ecchan and tells her the news as she believes that she has used her so much, so she should know about this (I wonder who is using whom). But Ecchan doesn’t shows any changes and says that she should just keep using her like before, because she has started something that cannot be undone.Hanabi runs away from there that evening, but that doesn’t helps because the next day, when she went to the library, Echhan joined her along with one of Hanabi’s classmates, only to molest her sexually (Deym Ecchan, What in the actual f**k?). Hanabi actually has a fever and she soon passes out. When she regains consciousness, she finds herself in the nurse’s office with Eccha sitting beside her (She still kisses Hanabi, even though she’s delirious). Hanabi tries to talk to her about her pain passively but Ecchan advices her that it’s better to hide your pain from others while letting them feel that you are opening up to them (WTF kind of advice is that??). Now cut to next day where we see Hanabi going to shopping and bumping to the guy who was with Akane in the restaurant (Yes that guy). Hanabi, on seeing that Akane’s student is kinda interested in her (body), decides to respond to his flirty attitude. Why you ask? Because she is one of Akane’s pawn (WHAT DA FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUQ).

In the second part, we see Hanabi going on a date with that guy (I wonder what his name is……… Let’s call him A for now). Hanabi spends the whole day with him while in the Karaoke, A started to make on move on her. Hanabi tries to avoid the first few blows while still trying to act. She asks him about Akane and his relationship and finds out that both of them play with peoples’ emotions. While Akane uses A for her pleasure (A knows about it), A uses other girls for his pleasure. Hanabi figures all that out but the side of her which wanted to compete with Akane suddenly became so desperate that she kisses A (WHY??? WHY ARE YOU SO FREAKING DESPERATE??). A, of course, tries to take her to a love hotel but she refuses; A then tries to walk away because let’s face it, he only has lust, but somehow she makes him think of her as a future option.

When she comes back, she discovers the fact that actually she’s still not like Akane. On the other hand, Ecchan tells Mugi to be careful because Hanabi is popular and some guy might just take her away from him. Of course, Mugi thinks about that a lot but still tries to instruct his heart to not to worry. I kinda feel sad for him………… Until the next scene where Mugi, fed up with Mouca (If you don’t remember, his childhood friend who has a crush on him), says that he will date her for one day. Mouca accepts that and gets ready for her most special day.

MY THOUGHTS:

The only thing I can say right now is, this series is disgusting. Yeah, call me judgemental or anything but the way that the main characters are shown cheating on each other is just cringeworthy. It really made me think that maybe my gf is also doing the same (That’s because of my insecurity so don’t mind it). Also, I wonder why Hanabi is so messed up right now. I mean, at first she did it with Ecchan and now she’s still letting her do stuff to her, why? What I really hated about this episode was the fact that Hanabi was flirting with a guy (Even though it was a vengeful act), after she decided to date Mugi for real (Why would you do that and then flirt??). I was really sympathetic for Mugi but his attitude in the end proved that he’s also like that and both of them really don’t deserve love (I’m suddenly raging right now). Well, let’s see how worse this series gets in the next episode.

PS: I’m not able to post for a few days and I’m really sorry for that but it’s because I have to take admission in new school and things are pretty rough. I’ll still try my best to finish this series.

Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Review, Romance

Kuzu no Honkai (Episode 5 Review)

After the 4th episode, I took a break from the series for some days. Honestly, it seemed to get wilder and wilder and I had to be somewhat sane to write an acceptable review. But yeah, the 5th episode wasn’t that wild. NOTE: I’m saying this in a comparative sense.

STORY OF EPISODE 5:

The episode starts with a back story of the relationship between Hanabi and Kanai. Back in her childhood, Hanabi once fled from her home and luckily Kanai found her in the park. From their conversation, we get to know that Hanabi lived only with her dad and on the other hand, Kanai lived only with his dad. Of course, it was hard for both of them; at one hand, Kanai has passed that phase while Hanabi was passing that stage. Kanai says that we know each other’s pain and that’s why we will never leave each other; Hanabi cries while hugging him. As this story was progressing, I have to admit that this scene was a really cute one. But then, we are thrown back to present and I am once again reminded what Hanabi did. It’s morning and Hanabi, sleeping next to Ecchan, looks at her, only to visualise Akane in her position. Obviously, that split second visual proves that she already thinks she did something awful, just like Akane.

The story then focuses on Mugi and we get to know that he actually knows everything about Akane and her true nature. Back when he had the sexual relationship with his senpai, he was led onto the bitter truth by her, who showed him Akane going to a love hotel with an old guy (“Hmm…  Must be a college professor” – Mugi’s senpai, 2017. Well said!). After that, Mugi claims to have seen through her each and every move, but the problem was that, he still wasn’t able to help himself from falling for her deeper and deeper.

Now back to present, he keeps thinking about Akane and her senpai and then suddenly, BAM! He calls his senpai (Any guesses why?). Mugi’s senpai doesn’t wastes any time and does it with him as soon as possible and leaves. Mugi had now successfully cheated on his pretend gf J. The next day, Mugi and Hanabi meet at school and hang out at their usual place, the terrace. Hanabi was thinking that if she has someone to take care of her carnal desires, then there’s actually no reason for her to be with Mugi and thus, she takes control of this like a mature girl; she kisses him (WHAT DA FUUUUUUUUUU). Mugi and Hanabi keep kissing each other and slowly, they find out that both of them cheated on each other but somehow that pain they are feeling, feels good (Masochists); so they decide to continue this feeling and today finally have sex with each other (Maturity level: Over 9000).

As the second part comes under focus, we also follow up the story of Akane and Kanai. Akane says she doesn’t know much about Kanai so before she gives her answer, she wants to hang out more; thus, she calls him out for a drink that night (We all know that it’s not drinks she is interested in). Akane was actually pissed off by the fact that everything is the same as usual and drinks a lot, so much in fact that she was barely able to walk. Akane comes out of the bar and tries to walk but trips and was about to fall when Kanai catches her and says, “Are you ok………….. Hana?” (Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Sheeeeeeeeeeeeyt). Just like me, Akane also found this little mistake interesting and thought that if she manages to remove even this little memory of her from his mind, she will be able to hurt Hanabi more. So, she makes a move on Kanai and within some scenes she was in a motel with him. Of course, Kanai still wasn’t sure about all this (Coz he’s innocent af) but gradually they do it.

On the other hand, Mugi takes Hanabi to his house. They make out and almost reach to the point where they will ‘Become one’ but Hanabi wasn’t able to deal with the pain of losing her virginity and gives up. She then asks him, why they can’t complete this and Mugi gives the obvious answer, “Because we don’t love each other”. Hanabi tries to push himself a little more but unfortunately she doesn’t gets a much positive answer; hurt with that fact, she leaves. Mugi asks her two questions before she leaves, first, if she wants to date for real (Dude, why didn’t you say that before) and is she a virgin (READ THE SITUATION), both the questions got ignored and she leaves the room. In the end of the episode, we see Akane and Hanabi passing each other in the corridor where Akane whispers, “Last night, I did it with Kanai” (Damn, that must hurt like hell).

MY THOUGHTS:

As I said before, this episode was wild but wasn’t as wild as the other episodes have been. It really irritates me how both of the main character just go and have sex as if it’s nothing, it sometimes seems as if the creator thinks it’s really normal where in fact, it’s not. When Hanabi and Mugi both knew that the other cheated, it kinda made me feel good, however, that good feeling was only for some moments as after a while they decide to do it, which makes no sense at all. The Akane X Kanai story seems to have gotten a little interesting now and even if it’s as clear as day as to what’s gonna happen with them, it kinda makes me anxious to watch. I’m waiting to see the next episode only to see how Hanabi reacts to what Akane said and what will be her reaction to Mugi’s suggestion.

Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Review, Romance

Kuzu no Honkai (Episode 4 Review)

Before I say anything about this, let me tell you guys one thing…… MIXED EMOTIONS!!!! Did you get what I mean? Of course you didn’t, let me explain. If the first half of the story made me go, “Wow!” then the second half made me go, “Wow, what the f***??”.

STORY OF EPISODE 4:

 

The true face of Akane is revealed, and as usual, I didn’t see that coming (God, I hate it when I can’t expect what’s gonna happen). We’re given a detailed description of her real self throughout the first half, starting with the first encounter in her student days, where she knew how she actually is. Akane is actually a big narcissist and that side of her is accompanied by sadistic thoughts, giving rise to a person who uses men’s feelings and bodies to her will only to please herself. I’m sure I wasn’t able to define her to you guys that well, let me try again. Akane would honey trap almost every guy out and do it with even the one who she has no feelings for (She actually has no feelings for anyone), only to see the devastated expression of the girl who has feelings for the guy he used and threw away.

The guy she was seen with at the restaurant was just one of those many men and yes, Kanai is no exception. Akane actually realised that Hanabi loves Kanai and that’s the reason she acted as if she has feelings for Kanai. Now cut to present, Kanai asked Akane out for a coffee because he wanted to talk to her about something (He’s gonna confess, come on dude, that’s obvious), Akane was able to see through him and she decided to listen to what he has to say (Which she already knows) in the music room. When Hanabi came there afterwards, she says she would talk more about it in the music room (Do you get where this is going? She called Hanabi there ONLY so that she could see his love confessing to Akane). That’s sadistic af! Before we see her plan bearing fruits, a small description of how Kanai fell for Akane is given, but to be honest that’s just to buy some time. The main event was the success of Akane’s plan as she got to see Hanabi’s face when Kanai confessed to Akane.

In the second half, we see dejected and gloomy Hanabi. She wanted to tell Mugi about it but she thought that it will be like using him for her own comfort (That’s exactly what you guys are doing for so long!!). She meets Ecchan on the way. Hanabi was feeling guilty for ignoring her and her friendship, she asked for forgiveness as she can’t bear to lose her best friend. Ecchan in reply said that she can never get mad at her and then, out of nowhere, she kissed her (I wrote she kissed him at first lol). Well, I actually thought that she would just stop at romantic words and kisses but no, the creator doesn’t wants anything normal. Any ideas what might have happened? No? Let me tell you. Hanabi had sex with Ecchan (I don’t know how) because she was feeling sad and guilty (WTF???????????????????). After that, we see Hanabi going back home while it was raining heavily. She visualises her younger self, who clearly states the fact that Hanabi is actually a scum who used Ecchan. Guess what Hanabi said on hearing that? “I know that I can’t beat her as she is now….. But I will change myself” (Wait, are you trying to say that you will start doing what Akane has been doing for so long?? WHY??). Cut to the next day, we see Akane and Hanabi in the music room. Akane clearly states that she knows her feelings towards Kanai and that’s exactly why she made him fall for her. Hanabi counters that how does playing with someone’s feeling feel good. Akane replies, “The feeling of being wanted by a man is the best feeling in the whole world”.

MY THOUGHTS:

I hope you guys now know what I meant by the word ‘Mixed emotions’. I loved how Akane’s character turned out to be a total sadistic freak and how twisted her personality really is, under that fake mask. I would have actually said pretty good things if they didn’t do anything else with the story for this episode.

However, the creator is messed up; WHY THE F**K DID HANABI DO IT WITH ECCHAN?? She has Mugi, she has other guys, but no; she has to do it with Ecchan. Well great, I have nothing to say about that, it’s just gonna make me rage anyway.

I wonder what she meant by the line, “To beat her, I will have to change”. Oh God please, I hope things don’t get all adult and only sex thing from now on. I don’t want this story to get any worse.

PS: For all the Yuri lover… Feast your eyes on this non required yuri scenes..

Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Review, Romance

Kuzu no Honkai (Episode 3 Review)

I will be honest with you guys, after seeing the ending of episode 2, I was anxious about how they will continue the story. Yeah, I admit that it was something that I didn’t want in the story; but yeah, it made the story a little interesting.

STORY OF EPISODE 3:

The episode starts with a flashback of how Ecchan and Hanabi met. Ecchan was travelling to the venue of the admission test for High school by the local subway, but unfortunately, she became a victim to molestation. At that time, Hanabi came in to rescue and scared off the molester by taking his picture. Ecchan was scared but was acting tough; Hanabi realised it and gave her moral support, she didn’t let go of her hand until they reached the exam venue (That’s the sweetest thing I experienced in this series so far). As their friendship grew, she gradually realised that she loves Hanabi but just as a friend. Now, cut to present where they were spending the night together and somehow, Ecchan gave in to her emotions and went on to kiss her ‘Crush’. She also played a gamble to see whether Hanabi really loves Mugi or not and found out what really was going on between them. She asks her if it’s all a game of pretend then why can’t she accept her, sadly she didn’t get a positive answer (Well obviously, she’s straight, that’s why). They didn’t talk much for the rest of the sleepover and Ecchan left early next morning, leaving behind a dejected Hanabi,

Now the second half focuses on a little secret of Mugi. When he was in the first year of Middle school, he lost his adolescence to his senior. Well technically, it just showed how they did it and how he reacted. Mugi actually thought that maybe they will be able to be a couple, but unfortunately his status remained to being Friends with benefits. Cut to present, where he wakes up with a boner (Yes, a boner) and to his surprise finds Hanabi inside his room (WTF??- Well, his reaction was that too). Hanabi joined him in bed only to find out about his boner, which Mugi was trying hard to not make her notice. However, to his surprise, Hanabi was totally interested in that and to our surprise; Mugi let her give him a handjob (WTF???- Unfortunately, this was only my reaction this time). Maybe, he splurted his ‘love juice’ all over Hanabi’s dress (I don’t know) because the next scene we see her wearing Mugi’s t-shirt and saying how she liked her dress.

Next, we find out that Mugi moaned Akane’s name during their lustful act and that made Hanabi upset to such an extent that she even cried all of a sudden. To cheer her up, he takes her to a restaurant and there they get a small surprise. Akane walks in with another guy, who Mugi says was a former student like him (Who also looks a lot like him =_=). However, their action kind of proves the fact that they weren’t just normal teacher and student, something else was going on; and of course, that hurt Hanabi. The next day, she decides to confront Akane on her own and just goes up to her asking if that guy was her boyfriend. Akane rejects it but she also invites Hanabi to the music room ‘To talk more about this matter’.

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This Line Is The Main Reason Behind The Handjob Scene

MY THOUGHTS:

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New Character: Mugi’s Middle School Senpai……..
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……..With a Different Past

 

I’m surprised how nicely they were able to fit Ecchan into the story as if it’s nothing, even though it’s a big issue. But what remained in the focus in this episode wasn’t Ecchan’s background story, but the handjob scene between Mugi and Hanabi and the sudden twist in Akane’s story and character. What actually amazed me was the fact that the creator actually went through the trouble of creating a steamy handjob scene and many heart pounding moments ONLY to prove the point that, Hanabi is actually getting hurt when Mugi imagines her for Akane (Wasn’t that the pact, huh?). Well that should have been expected because it IS an adult romance story; there’s bound to be many sexual as well as dark moments. Anyway, I’m now really excited about how Akane’s character will develop because no matter how we look at it, she really was close with that guy. Is she cheating on Kanai? Does she really love anyone? Or was she blackmailed? We’ll know it in the next episode.

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This Smirk Leaves A Big Question

 

Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Review, Romance

Kuzu no Honkai (Episode 2 Review)

After experiencing the eccentricity of the first episode, I actually was hoping for things to get better in the second episode. But no, the creator seriously wants to torture me with this………… thing.

STORY OF EPISODE 2:

 

In this episode, we are introduced with two new characters to make the already complex situation even more complicated. Moca is the childhood friend of Mugi. When both of them were kid, they were called as ‘Prince and Princess’ by someone. Hearing that, she shut herself away from other boys, bought all girly stuffs and grew out her hair just to become the ‘Princess fitting for the Prince’. However, her plan fails horribly when she sees that Hanabi and Mugi are dating. Hurt with that fact, she keeps disturbing them most of the time, only to get extremely reproached by Hanabi (Who I guess is enjoying her superiority in this case). That’s all Moca has to do with the story today.

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That would have been my reaction too, if I were her

The second character introduced is Ecchan, who is the only female friend Hanabi has. She is shown to hint a little disappointment when Hanabi walks with Mugi and spends time with him, but luckily she doesn’t tick me off by butting into their business like Moca. As the story progresses further we find that some girls invite Hanabi for some love advice, for which Mugi tells her to go as she doesn’t have many female friends. She agrees to the invitation of the girls but gets shocked when she finds out that the girl who needs ‘Relationship advice’ doesn’t really likes anyone that much and is confused if she should choose the one who has good future or good specs (Honestly, I would have also been mad if someone asked my advice for that).

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Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Later we are shown Hanabi talking to Ecchan about that meeting and asked her if that is right. Ecchan’s answer that she likes her crush because of her attitude, but that’s not the whole reason (Great answer). Of course, happy with that answer Hanabi realizes why she only has one friend. She invites her for a sleepover. Well to be honest, her emotions at that time hinted to something that I was hoping wasn’t true. But no, the creator doesn’t want anything normal here. It’s revealed in the end that Ecchan…………. Is actually a lesbian who has a crush on Hanabi (Yes, Ecchan kissed Hana during their sleepover).

MY THOUGHTS:

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The OP is awesome

I don’t know what to say, actually. I honestly thought that things will get better from this episode and it really seemed to. Sadly, it was only for ¾ of the episode, as after that when Ecchan’s sexual orientation was revealed, the story’s awkwardness reached new heights (No hate LGBT community, I’m just talking about this series). I have no idea whether I will be able to see a decent episode for once or not. Well on the bright side, the animation and the OP/ED of this series is wonderful. ‘Kuzu no Honkai’ is like a rotten apple inside a beautiful crystal box; the story seems to be awful but the other aspects of anime are so good that it makes us watch it no matter what.

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The art and character design keeps impressing me
Anime, Drama, Ecchi, Review, Romance

Kuzu No Honkai (Episode 1 Review)

The first episode of ‘Kuzu no Honkai’ or Scum’s wish, started off just like any other pure romance genre anime out there; introducing us the four main characters who create the base of the story line. However, what makes this anime different from other series is the sudden turn that the story took, making it clear to me that this isn’t another pure love story but a pure adult romance plot. I seriously wasn’t ready for this.

STORY OF EPISODE 1:

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Akane (Left), Kanai (Right)
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Hanabi (Left), Mugi (Right)

Hanabi is a high school girl who has feelings for his teacher who, co-incidentally, has known her since her childhood days. The feeling of affection developed into a one sided crush which was made somewhat bitter by the introduction of Akane, a music teacher, who is Kanai’s (Hanabi’s crush) crush (Complicated already, right? It gets worse). Now Hanabi is dating Mugi who, in fact, is in love with Akane and imagines her in place of Hanabi whenever they get intimate. Isn’t this technically cheating? Well, according to them it’s not, because they are dating BECAUSE of that fact. Hanabi and Mugi are dating because they know how it feels to be in love with someone who will never notice you.

They started hanging out normally for some months but then one day, in the heat of the moment, they almost had sex (I assure you that scene was really well made). They realised that both of them weren’t actually thinking about each other in that moment, instead they were imagining their respective crush; so they decided to make a pact where they will act like couple and do everything that a couple does……….. Except loving each other, until their unrequited love is successful, so that they don’t face in external trouble but remain frank mutually (Just, wow!). And no, they don’t like the term ‘Friends with Benefits’ because they didn’t do it (Jesus Christ, it doesn’t matter! You two are technically the slightly pure version of friends with benefits).

MY THOUGHTS:

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The art style is really good compared to the story

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Well frankly speaking, I wasn’t ready for this. Yes, I knew that the story is a little messed up but I never expected this. I was literally yelling ‘WTF!’ throughout the episode. To be honest, I don’t clearly understand what is wrong with this series, but I do realize that it’s not normal. Apart from the story, I liked the animation; it’s marvellous and almost masks the surprises that this series offers. The complete romance story with an adult touch to it is my second time after ‘Say I love you’ (Which, by the way, also caught me off guard) but it’s nowhere near this story; Scum’s wish is on a whole other level. But yeah, Kuzu no Honkai has this unique charm which makes me wanna watch it more and I will end it no matter what surprises it offers to me.

 

Action, Drama, Ecchi, Harem, Horror, Review, Supernatural, Tragedy

High School of the Dead (Anime Review)

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Name of Anime: High school of the dead

Genre: Action, Ecchi, Comedy, Harem

No. of episodes: 12

Review: After hearing the suggestion I decided to put up the review of a little bit or a bit… well you got it, ecchi anime. ‘High school of the dead’ is an anime which has a good mix of action, ecchi, comedy and to some extend romance. The story focuses on Takashi, Saeko, Rei, Hirano, Shizuka and Takagi who are left in a world which is suddenly infested by zombies. The main character, who appeared to be a passive character at the beginning ‘suddenly’ became supreme and the leader of their small team. We have the clichéd nerdy big *** girl, stupid big *** girl, yandere big *** girl, the normal big *** girl, the ugly looking psycho killer and the supreme boss who doesn’t knows a shit! If you have watched this anime, then maybe you know that this story doesn’t has a good plot continuity; their goal is to go beyond the river to meet up with their parents and in the end, they were only able to meet with parents and after a while, left on their own. Now my question is… WHAT THE HELL? I mean, that’s it? Then what was the point of going through all that trouble. I hope that there is a second season of it, or else this shit will have no sense at all.

 

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The Best Team with the worst leader

Weakness: Where should I begin with the weaknesses? They are just… gah.. nevermind:
1) There is no clear reason, that why did everyone started becoming zombies. Was there an epidemic, a mythical creature invasion, prank or some other creepy shits?
2) Why did everyone made Takashi their leader? What is his ability? He can neither use sword as well as Saeko, nor can he use gun as well as Hirano. It’s only because he looks a little better than, so he will have to become the typical harem guy.
3) The ending. What was the point of the entire chase, if you all were going to do what you like on your own? Maybe the second season can answer that, but until then, no point.

Best scene: To be honest, I don’t find any scene much great, but if I were to choose one then it will be the last seconds of the anime, because the anime was now ending. :p

Favourite character: Everyone might think that I would say that there is no one among them whom I like, and to some extent you are right. But the thing is, I like Saeko due to her personality and beauty. But still, I really detest the little psycho side of her as she was not made to grow and get into her character much.

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Art style: What do you call the anime which has the art style of 2008 but eyes of 2009, why High School of the Dead! The most horrible part of the anime was its art style which just focused all its detail in the mouth of the zombie and all.

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Rating: I don’t really watch much pure ecchi anime cause most of the time, it doesn’t makes sense. Here also I rate it 4.5 out of 10, thanks to its “WASTE YOUR TIME” policy.

Well… thanks for reading this review. Please let me know what you think about this anime!

 

Comedy, Ecchi, Harem, Horror, Review, Romance, Supernatural

Bakemonogatari (Anime Review)

Name of anime: Bakemonogatari

Genre: Occult fiction, Romance, Ecchi, Comedy, Action, Harem

No of episodes: 15

Review: What do you call an anime which is full of symbolism narration? Bakemonogatari. It has really been a while since I have seen so much imagery, but the negative part was that it makes the series a little too difficult to understand, espescially for those who are not that into occult fiction. There was one thing that confused me throughout the series, the use of Black scene and Red scene that kept on appearing as the episode continued. Anyway, the story is about a guy, Araragi, who seems to have had a rough spring as he was converted into a vampire. But thanks to Oshino, an exorcist, he was able to be normal except the fact that he can recover from any injury real fast. Araragi is way too kind and it was his kindness that leads to him getting engaged with several people who have some problems related to supernatural stuff. This anime tells us about the problems that he solved with the help of Oshino, namely, the problem of Senjougahara, Tsubasa, Hachikuji, Nadeko and Kanbaru. But still, the story, the suspense and the little ecchi moments compells us to keep on watching the whole anime.

Weakness: The weaknesses of this anime makes it difficult to understand and makes it one of those animes which are not very popular:
1) The visual imagery are way too much, this stops us from concentrating on the dialogues and we get a little too hooked up on what’s being displayed on the screen.
2) The plot doesn’t actually has any kind of surprise as no matter what, Araragi keeps getting engaged with supernatural beings.
3) What really happened with Araragi during Spring break was not clearified. But I do hope that it will be in the next seasons.

Best scene: Being said that the anime hardly has anything new going on, I like the scene when Hachikuji founds out her house and happily rushes into the abandoned plot saying, “I’m back!”

Ratings: Well, the only thing that makes this anime better is, as I said before, its story, suspense and Rom-ecchi scenes. That’s why I rate it 6.5 out of 10.

Thanks again for reading this review, I will try to watch and review as much anime as I can. Till next time then, take care.

Ur admin,
Ryuji Tatsuya

Comedy, Drama, Ecchi, Harem, Romance, Supernatural

Yamada-kun and the seven witches (Anime Review)

Name of anime: Yamada-kun and the seven witches

Genre: Romance, Comedy, Harem, Fantasy, Supenatural

No. of episodes: 12

Review: Supernatural anime, whenever you hear these two words, you imagine, other world, great magic, mind blowing techniques, enchanting spells and a world that has been almost ruined or a place which is far from human imagination. But this anime, on the other hand allows you to relieve how a normal fantasy can be, without all those things mentioned above. The story is about a delinquent, with a kind and soft corner in his heart, Yamada who literally doesn’t gives a shit about what the teachers say and the school. On the other hand we have Shiraishi, who is an honor student and incredibly emotionless. One day, Yamada finds that he has swapped bodies with Shiraishi, and is now trapped there. But somehow, being a genius, Shiraishi figures out a way to go back to their bodies; that is, by kissing. That was actually a really different angle to think with, but this angle was able to win several hearts. Later, they decide to revieve the supernatural club and as the plot develops, they discover that there are six other witches in the school campus with a quality of their own. It’s actually fun to watch who those witches are as even though they at first seems to be enemies, they end up falling for him. The story doesn’t has a ‘Villain’ or antagonist because most of them in the end falls for him. The student council president is maybe the only one who was in a slight negative role. As the plot evolves, six other witches are also introduced to the story and all of their power can be activated only when Yamada kisses them. As I said, it’s a perfectly normal fantasy, with a small trick to trigger magic; just a deep, passionate kiss. One more positive factor in this anime was the art style, almost every one of the female lead are exceptionally beautiful.

Weakness: There are pretty normal mistakes in the anime.
1) Even though Shiraishi claims to not have any feelings for Yamada at first, every person is a little hesitant or shy while kissing, even if they are couples. That’s a big mistake; because she doesn’t seem to be a tiny bit hesitant.
2) The student council president knows all the secret about where the witches are then, why didn’t he knew or took action against the witch who was using her power to make an army of guys, even willing to lick her feet.
3) The ending wasn’t really great. Normally, an anime becomes great only because of its nail biting or interesting ending. But this anime on the other hand, really makes it very normal by making Shiraishi say that she loves Yamada; and that’s all.

Best scene: For me the best scene in this anime is when Yamada uses all of his concentration to wish for Shiraishi to regain her memories.

Rating: This anime is actually pretty normal and highly recommended for harem lovers. I rate this anime 7 out of 10