Do you love your Mom and her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks was an anime that was a strange thing. It had some ecchi momentts, but it’s tender and thoughtful moments were really surprising to see. Either way, the opening theme is a fun one. The Tune of the Week is the opening of Two-Hit Mom: I ya yo Iya yo Mosuki no Uchi by Spira Spica
Our look at the visual novel of YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World continues! We are almost at the end, but there is one more thing we have to talk about. Most visual novels often have multiple endings and the most notable is the ‘true ending’ that serves as the canon conclusion to a route or relationship. YU-NO is no strange to these, with three of them for Ayumi, Mio and Kanna. So join me after the cut as I give you my thoughts on the True Endings of YU-NO!
You didn’t think I would wrap up my look at YU-NO without doing one of these now did you?
Welcome to Don’t @ Me where nothing I look at is complete until I’ve given you my thoughts on it in a bite-sized portion like this. Today I’ll be serving up ten of my opinions on YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World, which will have it’s final wrap up this week. Let’s not waste anytime and get to it!
And here we are, at the final part of the final route of YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of this World. I have plenty to say, and frankly there is so much that happens that this blog post will done a little differently. I’m going to divide things up into sub-sections with each talking about a particular part of the last half, so let’s not waste anymore time, cause this is gonna be a long one. Join me after the cut as I dive into the last half of the Other World route: The Yu-No Half.
When work gives you two extra days off, you tend to get shit done. Despite me saying that I was going to start these up in 2020, this extra time has allowed me to get shit done.
I love ecchi and harem anime, absolutely love it to death. However I am well aware that Ecchi’s track record with all around memorable series is spotty at best, and messy at worst. Simply put, for every High School DxD, How Not to Summon a Demon Lord, Hensuki or Date A Live, there are several shows that just don’t work. Kampfer!, So I can’t Play H?, Infinite Stratos to name a few. So that makes it all the more important when a sure fire hit does show up, because this has always been, and probably will be, a genre with far more misses than hits.
The series I’m talking about today is one of those hits. I’ve discussed it before, but I’ve been wanting to step back into this world and talk about why it just works. Join me after the cut as I take Re-Dive into the series Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls.
I’m no stranger when it comes to talking about hentai on this blog. Most of the time it’s for fun and laughs, but I do believe there are legit good pieces of art and entertainment to come out of the genre, even if it is 100% just porn. While people may not engage with it, it is as part of the genre as anything else, and it should be looked at with fair eyes and clear judgment.
I’ve spoke about this series before, and even did a shallow dive on it, however as my skills as a blogger have grown, I wanted to come back and give this series a second look, because I felt that I didn’t really dive too much into it. So join me after the cut as I take a Re-Dive into Fuuga’s hentai manga: Sense of Values of Wine.
((IT’S A GOD DAMN HENTAI, EXPECT NSFW PICTURES RIGHT UP AHEAD))
The only oblivious thing in this series is any sense of romantic tension between the two leads. Still great flicks though! The tune of the week is the ending theme of The Garden of Sinners: Oblivious by Kalafina!