When Mikuri Tomokazu fell asleep on his 16th birthday, he expected to dream of girls and happy places -- but instead found himself on a strange battlefield in a desolate world! Now, Mikuri is saddled with the responsibility of saving the both the human and dream worlds from forces that could spell their destruction! But, more importantly, he is also saddled with a legion of adoring voluptuous girls. Questions abound: Who will Mikuri grope next? Will he ever score? And, less importantly, will the world be destroyed?
When I started watching Yumeria, I really had no idea what I was in for. I had heard rumors it was a sci fi series, and others that it was of the ecchi variety. Nevertheless, I decided to just pop it in and see what happened. Needless to say, I was a little disappointed.
Don’t get me wrong, the first few episodes aren’t that bad at all. The series opens with Tomokazu narrating... read more
I have to agree that the only redeeming feature of Yumeria is that it makes for good riffing material. The main thing is that this dude gets a harem of superpowered women that fight enemies that invade the dreamworld. About the only memorable scene in this one is where Tomokazu is in class and visualizes himself being the uke to his domineering teacher. I also agree that the character Mone was quite... read more