- Jewelry THE ANIMATION
- Episodes: 1 x 16 minutes
- Keep watching: n/a
- One-line summary: romantic hardcore porn
It's a truthful, well-observed study of a young married couple on New Year's Eve. Their conversations feel real, be it before, during or after sex.
It's lovely. It's a healthy, wholesome hentai. Apparently the manga's even nicer.
- JK to Inkou Kyoushi 4 feat. Ero Giin-sensei
- Season 2
- Episodes: 2 x 23 minutes
- Keep watching: no
- One-line summary: hardcore porn
I think it's a sequel to a 2011 hentai of the same name. The character Takai Shizuka appears in both.
A well-bred girl called Hatsune appears to be the daughter of a politician called Yuutarou. (They're having regular sex and Hatsune gets jealous if she thinks he's eyeing up other girls.) Meanwhile, Shizuka is having sex with a teacher she doesn't seem to like, yet has the kind of casually rude relationship one normally sees only with people who are very close. She's grouchy and insulting to him even in the school corridors, in front of other people, and they both treat this as completely normal.
This one's strongly plotted. There's a cliffhanger! (A proper, non-sex cliffhanger, with character revelations and police at the door.) I wouldn't go so far as to call this actually good, but it's done nothing wrong so far.
- Joshi Ochi! 2-kai kara Onnanoko ga... Futte Kita!?
- Season: 1
- Episodes: 9 x various lengths
- Keep watching: I kept going for a few episodes, then gave up
- One-line summary: porn
This show has a safe-for-broadcast TV version, a filthier version on AT-X (a premium cable/satellite anime channel) and a hardcore sex version streamed on ComicFesta Anime Zone. The TV episodes are three minutes long. The uncensored episodes (which I watched) are 4-7 minutes long.
Anyway, the title plus subtitle in full would mean "What She Fell on Was the Tip of My Dick, Joshi Ochi! A Girl Fell from the 2nd Floor".
The show's fine. It's meant to be a comedy. There's nothing bad or disturbing about it at all, although our hero's unnecessarily rude when complaining to his noisy neighbour. He's a little bit of a sleazebag, but only in a mundanely male way.
As far as I can tell so far, it's basically a sitcom. I'm mildly curious about how this goes.
On second thoughts, no. This isn't worth watching. The characterisation's unremarkable and the plot's just a vehicle for setting up sex scenes. A generous assessment would be "sort of okay".
- Junko and Kyouko
- Episodes: 1 x 2 minutes
- Keep watching: n/a
- One-line summary: dirty CGI music video
Two lesbian gyaru perform outdoors. They're naked throughout, with nipple rings, crazy hair and lots of tattoos (some of them degrading). They're in a city in the rain, in the middle of a big ring of people.
The song's electronic and doesn't really lend itself to dancing, so the girls make only cursory attempts at that. They're more interested in doing things to each other.