Minori ChiharaKenta MiyakeKazuyuki OkitsuMai Goto
The Qwaser of Stigmata
Also known as: Seikon no Qwaser
Medium: TV, series
Year: 2010
Director: Hiraku Kaneko
Writer: Makoto Uezu
Actor: Ai Shimizu, Aki Toyosaki, Aya Hirano, Ayahi Takagaki, Ayako Kawasumi, Ayumi Fujimura, Fuyuka Oura, Kana Hanazawa, Kazuyuki Okitsu, Ken Narita, Kenta Miyake, Koji Yusa, Mai Goto, Masaya Matsukaze, Minori Chihara, Nami Kurokawa, Risa Hayamizu, Sayaka Ohara, Susumu Chiba, Toru Ohkawa, Yoko Hikasa, Yuko Sanpei
Keywords: anime, boobs, fantasy, rubbish, didn't bother finishing it
Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Format: 37 episodes (two seasons and an OVA)
Url: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=10873
Website category: Anime early 10s
Review date: 7 March 2023
Qwaser of Stigmata
It sounded like trash brilliance. In this show, a battle power-up means getting your tits out for a boy to suck on. Boob size might also be related to power level. In ep.2, huge boobs trump smaller ones.
Unfortunately, though, I'd underestimated the show's depths. Katja... no, goodbye. Not watching this. I'm off. It has a character (Hana Katsuragi) who can't resist her lust for an extremely underage evil dominatrix.
The male protagonist is Sasha, a thirteen-year-old Russian who'd have grown up if he became a brat. He thinks social skills are for wimps. He's also the one who does all that breast-sucking, which lets him defeat baddies. (This show is extremely violent, with gore and killing. One villain self-immolates.) He's rude to the class alpha bitches and he has a background of torture experiments.
The girls who mysteriously endure him include Mafuyu (main heroine) and Tomo (best friend with big boobs and negligible brains).
Even if we ignore the offensive material, the show isn't great. It'll have silly scenes of boobs, shopping for bras, etc. Then, in addition, it has non-consensual boob-sucking for combat reasons. Eww. This show is crass and exploitative. That's the point. Obviously. But it's also questionable in ways that have Western anime fans deleting online references to it, arguing that some shows don't even deserve to be catalogued.