Author Archives: Gonzo-nyan

About Gonzo-nyan

I may have my own opinion, but that doesn't mean I can't speak it out publicly on my own terms.

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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The Story of Little Monica Review

We all have that hentai that we repeatedly watched at that young age, where we explored the internet and discovered that glorious pornographic medium. After years of watching clips of hentai from Newgrounds porn games, the one that I remembered watching all the way through and had a title to the hentai was The Story of Little Monica or Little Monica Monogatari. I watched it the entire way through without skipping to the sex scenes. I was young at that time. I didn’t know better until now.

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Plastic Little Review

There are a lot of silly OVAs from the late 80s to early 90s. While not every one of them is of the type of high quality you’d want out of an anime in terms of production and narrative quality, you get a sense of nostalgia from watching them. Even if you never grew up during the early 90s, at least for me. I’m only at the tip of the iceberg during my journey, watching many OVAs that became ever-present during its golden era. I decided that Plastic Little would be the one to start it off.

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Some Change of Plans!

It’s 2022, and this blog is almost 10 years old (circa 2013) when I started doing this regularly. I’m almost shocked, as some of you might be that I have been keeping this up for so long considering how dead blogging has become for anime or, in general, due to everyone just opening up a youtube channel for these types of things. I’m still on the fence on whether I want to move to that or not because I feel more comfortable writing than talking into a microphone with a script and worry about editing in visuals and so on. I don’t know. It just takes less effort doing this than that. But enough about that, I want to discuss some changes that might benefit me going forward.

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