Now I’m just taking liberties with the 12 Days event. Not that anyone cares though.
We’ve had some unfortunate delays, but here goes part 3 of our Milestone Grand Ceremony.
Fanservice is an inevitable, unavoidable aspect of anime. In most shows, there would always be at least one scene or two with a female character being in some kind of sexually provocative situation, and we bloggers would thus term it as ‘fanservice’.Some bloggers even go to the extent of calling an entire show a ‘fanservice anime’. However, on the subject of fanservice, I have several points to raise. No ecchi scenes in here, move on
We all have shows that we adore for various reasons. Whether it be the plot (Seikon no Qwaser), the deep characters (Lucky Star), or just the right dose of humor, there’s usually at least one show per season that you look forward to every week on the edge of your seat.
While most people can easily identify why they enjoy a specific show, what qualities drive them into legends? Generally once per year an anime will skyrocket its way into the upper reaches of coveted popularity. Why?
Mitsudomoe is about 3 gifted high school girls in their quest to infiltrate the evil base camp of Britannia’s empire, disguised as a school for ‘children’, who are actually all adults older than they are. Paying not (a infinite amount) much heed to their sexual desires, the three girls, Futaba, Hitoha and Mitsuba plot and scheme to take down the enemy commander, Yabe Satoshi by getting him to have sex, and thus break his reputation as the most chaste person in the Empire in order to break up his forces. For an anime debut, Bridge has repaired the bridge that links anime to good, high-quality entertainment – and that bridge is Mitsudomoe. After all, it already has a second season announced! Only awesome things get sequels right? RIGHT.
Let me get it straight, Mitsudomoe is the best piece of shit airing currently, not to mention the best thing to ever be created in THE WHOLE DAMN UNIVERSE.