They are by far the best anime! We counts down the best anime to come out all the time, including the likes of Qin Shi Ming Yue: Bai Bu Fei Jian, Joshiochi!: 2-kai kara Onnanoko ga… Futtekita!?, Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi, and more!
6: Qin Shi Ming Yue: Bai Bu Fei Jian
English: Qin’s Moon: Hundred Steps Flying Sword
MAL Score: 6.32
Set during the Qin Dynasty in ancient China, a brave assassin attempts to kill the Emperor to save his homeland. However, the assassin fails and in retaliation, the Emperor sends his troops to kill his eight year old son. A highly skilled swordsman intervenes and rescues the boy. After their escape from the forces of the Emperor, they embark on a journey to change the destiny of the empire while encountering several friends and foes along the way.
Firstly – Season 3 is absolutely the best season so far. I would want it to be its own series almost, because the quality improved so much. So, if anyone thinks that season 1-2 animation isn't as good, then at least try out season 3.
What I love the Most
The values of the story is what I love the most. They talk about chivalry, which is a topic discussed a lot in wuxia series. They talk about what it means to be strong, that it's not just being on top and winning others, but it means to help people in the world. They really went in great depth in explaning these things.
The part with the Leader is so touching too, in season 3. Which I won't spoil but it's one of the best moments – Episode 6 and 19 are my all time favourite episodes in Season 3.
About Qin's Moon
Qin's Moon spreads over 7 seasons in total, with one releasing approximately each year. Right now, season 4 is currently being created and will be broadcasting around August 2011.
What is Wuxia? – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wuxia
The history – learning the awesome historical events in a fantasy type of way. It makes history not boring and really interesting.
This is a series that is based on historical events from the Qin Dynasty. Season 2-3 are great stories but season 3 is absolutely stunning. It literally moved from great to epicness, especially in the story contents and characters.
Improved so much at season 3. It really stepped up a great deal, I am absolutely crazy over season 3, it can very well be its own show. The way the expressions are drawn, especially on Tianming and the way he smiles sometimes makes it so funny or adorable, it almost feels like watching a whole new show.
The songs are fantastic, some of my favourites are the instrumental version of Moonlight, Snow Jade Flower and Magic Music Box. The sad songs are always some of the best. Brilliant music, one of the OSTs I would never change.
I love the characters, some of my favourite characters are the three main.
Tianming – So funny and humorous, I love his eagerness and hot-headedness. He really is a great main character.
Yue-er – Adorable! Love her dearly, she is so smart, just like a younger version of Huang Rong (from Legend of he Condor Heroes) I love how she can figure things out when it seems impossible. It also helps that in s2, she is voiced by my favourite voice acress Huang Yiqing (also voicing Xiaoqi from Seven of the Sky and Huang Rong in Legend of the Condor Heroes).
Shao Yu – He is an awesome main character, I love that he always wants Tianming to call him big brother, he is really righteous and mature sometimes, but he's just a really warm character in general, very supportive.
I love all the other characters too, but it would take ages to write them all.
This is something I'm extremely impressed about – especially in season 3. They really made it so funny sometimes, especially Jing Ke moments, and he is just so similar to Tianming that his scenes makes me laugh so much.
I know I go on a lot about season 3 but honestly season 3 itself is one of the best series I have ever seen. Everything about it is so perfect, that I wouldn't change a thing. I love Qin's Moon and recommend it to everyone.
-Season 4, Episode 33
The Legend of Qin tells the story of the fall and rise of the Qin dynasty, and during this time, Jing Tianming, along with his uncle and friends, struggle to find peace in this dangerous time in the world.
In the Legend of Qin, anybody will be amazed by the martial arts, fantasy, action-adventure, romance, and history that intertwine together to tell the story of not only Jing Tianming, but his companions.
With the combination of the story line, characters, animation, and sound, the Legend of Qin is one of the best Wuxia’s of all time.
Having a good story line is a need for anything. With no outstanding, amazing story line, it’s like having peanuts without the butter. In the Legend of Qin, there’s definitely a story. From episode one until episode thirty-four in season four, the story will captivate anybody, and have everyone begging for more.
Jing Tianming is my favorite character throughout the Legend of Qin. However, Old Man Ban, Gao Yue, Ge Nie, and everyone else will surely captivate your heart. Each character has their own unique personality and their own piece to play. The story just doesn’t involve Jing Tianming, but has other main characters that will make you laugh, cry, scream, but most importantly, happy.
The animation is one of the key points of the Legend of Qin. Ever since I saw episode one from season one, I fell in love. Even though I’m watching the Legend of Qin on my computer screen, I feel as though I see Tianming and the others in reality. As each season ends and a new one begins, the animation only gets better and better, and sometimes I forget that the Wuxia isn’t real, and I’m actually in reality.
I always hated the sound in anything. I never paid any attention to music in general, but the music here changed my viewpoint. I used to skip the opening and ending songs, and would get annoyed if music played while a character was talking. After actually paying attention to the music, it isn’t half bad. Although the music is great, the music didn’t contribute to my liking of the show.
In conclusion, I fell in love with the Legend of Qin, and I recommend all anime/wuxia lovers to watch this.
Epic story (with best action I have ever seen !! Believe it or not I have seen most of the good action anime’s)
The Idea of the story on chivalry are very good. It has good bit of romance. There are few girls in the anime who are very attractive beyond my imagination(exception art).
About the protagonist Tianming, he is a small kid who is mischievous, not very wise but smart, never afraid of anything, good looking. He is not very strong at the beginning of the story but has great potential.
Another main character is Shiao Yu, who is a year older than Tianming with superior martial arts and posses great strength for his size. They both are very friendly even though they always fighting.
Another important character is Ge Nie, he is one the two legendary swordsman of the Ghost sect school which produces two students every generation. He travel with Tianming.
This is a MUST watch anime!! for all fans.
5: Joshiochi!: 2-kai kara Onnanoko ga… Futtekita!
MAL Score: 6.47
The ceiling collapsed and a girl fell through from the second floor!?
Sousuke lives in a rundown apartment building where his only consolation is that the landlord is a beautiful woman and the girl who lives above him is cute.
One day though, the ceiling above him creaks and… Bang! In from the second floor, directly above him, the cute girl comes crashing down on him…!?
In an erotic encounter that can only be classified as a miracle, hearts and bodies are connected by chance. Then for some reason, he starts to live with both of these beautiful women!? Under this one roof, just what exactly will become of this crowded love triangle…!?
(Source: Honey’s Anime)
[This is a Hentai Disguised as an Ecchi]
Upon viewing the first episode one would assume that this series is a hentai, and you would be correct. However, on MAL, the genre states it’s an “ecchi”. Well, don’t be fooled, there may only be nine episodes with a length of 5 minutes each, but the amount of nudity and sexual content seen here is comparable to other hentai series. And, if that’s the case, then expect the story to be absolutely nonexistent and the characters to be completely one-or two-dimensional with no character development.
Based on Konro Hato’s manga, Onna no Ko ga Ochita saki wa, Ore no Musuko no Sakippo Deshita, this series is titled Joshiochi! 2-kai kara Onna no Ko ga…Kudattekita (Joshiochi! A Girl Fell from the 2nd Floor).
And based off that title alone, we can already tell that a girl will fall from the 2nd floor.
What isn’t mentioned is the fact that this girl, Sunao Unyū, falls onto our main character’s dick and afterwards they fuck many times to the sounds of classical music. As typical of most hentai titles.
What really annoys me is the fact that Yuki Shimizu, the landlord, is involved in more foreplay action, such as hand jobs, fingering, intercrural sex, and breast fondling, than outright sex. This is pretty disappointing. Also, the introduction of the childhood friend in episode 7, felt very random and out-of-place, despite her being very cute and busty. There is also some drama to spice up the story, but it’s inconsequential and can be ignored because our main focus is the “plot”. Overall, forget the story and just watch it for hot action.
Tags: cowgirl position, fingering, intercrural sex, water play, doggy style, breast fondling/sucking, hand job, blowjob, and swimsuits.
The male and female character designs are pretty good. The girls appear very attractive, mature, and erotic; they all have large, voluptuous breasts and asses with great body proportions, especially their excellent curves. The character facial expressions are also on point and provide a wide range of emotions.
Although, most of the animations are solid with the majority of it dedicated to sexually explicit content, there were moments, where still shots would replace the actual sex scenes, while still retaining the sound effects. And in typically fashion, the camera shots/angles like to focus on specific body parts, such as the breast, ass, and groin areas.
There is no opening and ending song, however who needs that, when we can watch and listen to two people fuck and commit other sexual acts to the beautiful sounds of classical music. Also, the voice acting is good, despite the dull and cliche dialogue.
If you’re expecting character development, then you’re asking too much. Sousuke is your part-time worker, who gets to live in a rundown apartment with a sexy landlord named Yuki Shimizu. He is somewhat bland, but that’s to be expected with a series like this. Yuki Shimizu is a sexy landlord with huge breasts and likes to “take care” of people, if you know what mean. Sunao Unyū is the beautiful girl from the 2nd floor, who aspires to be a performing actress. And finally, Yuzuko Hanazono, who was introduced later in episode 7, is Sousuke’s busty childhood friend and hyperactive.
For a roughly 45 minute anime about one male character having “sexy time” with three female characters, it’s understandable that the story and characters are lacking. The “plot” was definitely there and I wished this series was not limited to nine episodes with each episode having a length of 5 minutes. It could have been longer with more explicit and detailed sexual scenes, but it isn’t. So, overall, this series was okay, just watch it for the beautiful girls and sexually explicit content.
The other version is uncensored, has nipples, the episodes are ~5 minutes long and contain sex scenes that are not even vanilla hentai or borderline hentai, but real hardcore porn. Oh yeah, and genitals are still pixelated because let’s face it, if hentai was uncensored, people wouldn’t bother watching real anime anymore.
Dude sets into a new apartment just to see a girl upstairs fall through the floor (or rather, the ceiling from his point of view). Just so happens to be, she directly lands on his erected dick and a penetration occurs. This makes the landlord (girl, duh) super worried, so she gives her room to this girl whose floor is now broken and sets living with the guy-dude-person… and then they fuck. Everywhere. Living room, shower, even in their sleep. However, the dick-landing girl is now also super interested for some more action, so naturally, we have an epic setup here for all sorts of plot related… things.
The dude is quite typical, horny anime sexual… until they bang, which makes him seem like totally different character in the censored version. Landlord seems to be pretty good at sucking dick, and the other girl really did a perfect dick-landing with telemark and all so I am not sure what else anyone could hope. The characters are vastly different based to the version you’re watching, but practically, in the porn version, they are kuzu (trash) and lustful sluts while in the censored they are closer to characters seen in ecchi harems that center around teenagers and have shonen target audience tag on them.
Somewhat uncommon production values and execution in generally for a hentai title. The animation budget seems to be above what is usually spend on porn. Background art contains more detail and overall just seems much more anime than hentai. Even the fov (field of view) is more of the anime sort than of the type that is usually used in sex scenes. The actual lewd action is rather unimpressive. The basic ecchi scenes are more successful than the ridiculously short sex scenes.
I like anime tiddies, and have to recommend to everyone who appreciates them nipples because this is a must watch for that matter. The censored version is still funnier to watch so I can’t really say which one you should aim for. There is plenty of hentai that actually put an effort in the sex scenes. On the other hand, it’s not like anime industry is short on ecchi comedies either. I watched both so maybe do that. It’s almost educational when you see how different anime can become when you insert one dick in there. heh sexual innuendo
but in all seriousness the only reason i watched a show like this was because it was being televised, although I found out early that there were two versions of this show with the tv ver being more censored than the other. outside of the synopsis there’s not much to it, he’s just a guy who is stuck living with two women and erotic stuff happens. from the cover it would seem both girls would get equal action but the show leans heavily on the short haired girl side as she is the one that get’s all the creampies she can ever want. it’s a shame that they couldn’t use the characters to their fullest potential ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°). other shit does happen but it’s all for the purpose of leading to the next sex scene.
the only standout thing about this show is the fact that since it’s very hentai that it fell into the hands of fansubbers to do the work. the result is subtitles that probably doesn’t match dialogue but are kind of funny that it makes the show entertaining to go through. the show is dumb but if you’re into the hentai and want to check out the sub of this show, then it becomes a decent 30 min time killer
4: Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi
Japanese: あらしのよるに ひみつのともだち
MAL Score: 6.72
A new anime adaptation by Sparky Animation, Duckbill Entertainment, Baku Enterprise and Bandai Visual of the book Arashi no Yoru ni (One Stormy Night…) by Kimura Yuuichi.
Anyhow, after much debate, I decided to give it a try. A previous review said how the series lack in many ways to the movie but I kind of enjoyed this tv series more than the movie. While the movie did give this show a conclusion, the tv series had the luxury to give you time to let it soak in. The bond between the characters and relationship that formed had more time and room to grow and shape itself. I’m also glad to say that, though the anime ended a bit prematurely, it did cover the main parts of the show and the ending was not so bad, though I was saddened it didn’t continue for another 12 episodes or so.
The voice acting for this anime was perfect for me. The two main characters had adorable voices that fit them very well.
I also very much adored the CG animation. Their CG wasn’t great in details, but their facial and body movements were very energetic, full of life, charismatic, and on point for me. It was one of the main reasons that made me fall in love with this, everything just fits. Perfect? No way, but the most important stuff I think they got it right.
This is a real feel good anime, it brought a smile to my face and I really needed one. Even though the anime was aimed at kids, as an adult, I appreciate the message that it was showing and there were some conflicts that show that deep down it had a more complex and thoughtful plot and message. I would definitely recommend anyone that liked the movie to watch. Sad that there weren’t more episodes, but happy that it didn’t get milked to the point where I hated it.
“Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi” is another realisation of the story based on the original series of childrens books written over fifteen years ago now. The story is basic enough: A goat and a wolf befriend each other whilst taking shelter from a storm, and due to the dark environment and lack of ability to smell each other, they resort to having a conversation that sees them discover they have a lot in common. They only discover their differences in species when they meet again the following day, but the choose to pursue their friendship rather than let base instinct get the better of them.
Where the series differs from the books and the movie is that Mei, who was originally cast as male in the movie and always seen as male by the author of the books, has now become May, a female goat. This was probably done for marketing purposes to appeal to a larger audience, as well as to quash the more homoerotic undertones that the original story suffered from (through no fault of the story or movie itself, morseco thanks to the attention it received from people who wished to see such in the story, most notably in the furry fandom.) I find this a disappointing change, as it actually leaves the interpretation of May and Gabu’s relationship as being more a romance than a friendship, particularly in the way some episodes depict interaction between the two.
The visuals are bright, cheery, and appealing to younger audiences; all the characters have a very neotenic style, especially the goats, though even Ghiro looks quite tame compared to his movie counterpart. The backgrounds are beautifully rendered, but the animation at times can be stilted, the goats’ anatomy lookng downright weird at times.
The series is also clearly aimed at a much younger audience, with the English dialogue very slow and simplified, likely to assist with youngsters wishing to learn English. Whilst the voices are acceptable, it lacks the flow and greater expression of the Japanese dub, even though the animation is tailored to synchronise with the English dub. The soundtrack also re-uses substantial amounts of the orchestral soundtrack written for the original movie, with other incidental music sounding much cheaper for the rest of the time.
The series, running at 26 episodes, only covers the original story up to about book 4 of the original 7-book series, and re-writes certain scenes from both the books and the movies, using elements of the later books but in reference to other characters. Why this was done is unclear, as the current series has an extremely open ending and feel incomplete as it stands, with no resolution to the actions of certain characters. Whether or not this indicates there will be a second season of the show is unknown, but as it stands the conclusion to the series is quite unsatisfying in its attempt to wrap things up.
Overall, I give it a 6 out of 10. It has its heartwarming moments, and the story is still touching, but it is lacking in a great many ways compared to the original story books and movie adaptation.
3: Qin Shi Ming Yue: Ye Jin Tianming
English: Qin’s Moon: Night Ends – Daylight
MAL Score: 6.74
In the second season, Emperor Qin sends Quicksand to destroy Machinery City, the home of the Mohist School.
At the same time, Duanmu Rong sends the three kids, Tianming, Shao Yu, and Gao Yu, into the forbidden grounds of the Mohist School, a place where nobody could enter without permission.
2: Qin Shi Ming Yue: Zhu Zi Bai Jia
English: Qin’s Moon: Hundred Schools of Thought
MAL Score: 6.99
The first part of this season continues where the second season ended, and the battle for the Mohist school finds its conclusion.
In the second part of the season, new alliances are made and new foes arise.
1: Qin Shi Ming Yue: Wanli Changcheng
English: Qin’s Moon: The Great Wall
Japanese: 秦时明月 肆 万里长城
MAL Score: 7.16
Continues the story of Tianming from where the 3rd season left off.
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1. Qin Shi Ming Yue: Wanli Changcheng
2. Qin Shi Ming Yue: Zhu Zi Bai Jia
3. Qin Shi Ming Yue: Ye Jin Tianming
4. Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi
5. Joshiochi!: 2-kai kara Onnanoko ga… Futtekita!
6. Qin Shi Ming Yue: Bai Bu Fei Jian