For better or worse, Seven Mortal Sins is the epitome of ecchi anime.
And You Thought There is Never a Girl Online? is an easy show to prejudge. Cover art focusing on an unrealistically busty young woman’s cleavage? Check. An MA15+ rating for “sexual references and nudity”? Check. An awkwardly-translated title? Check and check. Turns out I was wrong.
As my wife puts it, “This is every bad, neckbeard cliché about anime come true.”
How on earth do you review Valkyrie Drive: Mermaid without coming across as either a leering perve or a sneering prude?
A light-hearted fanservice romp through RPG clichés, populated by the imaginatively-named – and barely-dressed – cast of Fighter, Mage, Dark Elf and Paladin.
Triage X is irrefutably a bad anime series; it can’t even decide which kind of bad anime it is.
Isuca ain’t your typical fanservice anime.
Gloriously weird in a way that will either revolt or delight you.
The fourth season of To Love-Ru takes fanservice to the extreme.
Sailor Moon R is a complex representation of teenage coming-of-age, satirising and celebrating the solipsistic tendencies of youth.