Serial Experiments Lain: Postmodernity In Full Retro Cyberpunk Glory

There are rare moments when you start browsing through anime as a newbie, trying to familiarize yourself with the medium. You look at one in particular that catches your eye almost immediately. From looking at its description and everything else around it, you know it will either be your favorite anime or not. Serial Experiments Lain was that for me, and to say it kept me invigorated from beginning to end would be an understatement.

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Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru Review

We love hentai for the same reasons we love porn: release our stress to our passionate fantasies that excite us sexually. What makes hentai superior in many ways is that you can go beyond reality and create whatever situation you want without any real-world repercussions. These situations can involve worlds of fantasy or sci-fi when hentai scenario writers try to be creative with their stories. Fantasy, in particular, is something we don’t see very often these days, and whenever something like Kuroinu pops up to fill in that void, it’s always a treat to see.

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Shoujo Ramune Review

Every genre has its Citizen Kane, whether in anime or hentai. Most would point to the Loli genre with the 1984 six-part OVA series Lolita Anime as its Citizen Kane. While it holds significance with its place in history, it has not aged well with the modern era other than being a time capsule. If there is one OVA that I think truly deserves to be crowned that accolade, Shoujo Ramune would be the one to fulfill that position, no questions asked.

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Euphoria Review

There are fetishes or taboos that almost nobody will ever understand or appreciate. Especially ones that might make someone feel nauseous or disturbed by how it is portrayed. When you first encounter it, you will likely feel repulsed or distressed when you aren’t ready for it. Let me clarify; this hentai is not for the faint of heart. Why is it, you may ask? Allow me to elaborate.

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Otokonoko ♂ Delivery Review

For us that hold up traps and femboys to the highest of culture, hentai OVAs involving this genre are hard. You can look up any website that catalogs doujins of all kinds, and you’ll find thousands involving cute traps in the lewdest situations you could imagine. It could just be because hentai is a medium that is incredibly narrow due to a lack of budget and resources, except for a couple. Even though yuri is well-loved, you don’t see it as much in recent years in the monthly hentai scheduled releases. But whenever something like Otokonoko Delivery comes into the ether, it’s like a unicorn somehow graced us with its presence, and we can’t help but feel giddy when we watch it, even if the end product itself is lackluster.

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