Masamune Izumi is a high school student who writes light novels. Sagiri Izumi is a shut-in who never leaves her room. A year ago, she became Masamune’s little sister. But one day, Masamune discovers a shocking twist—The artist "Eromanga Sensei," who has been drawing illustrations for his novels, is none other than his little sister Sagiri! His cute little shut-in of a sister, who has been living under his roof, is using an obscene pen name and draws lewd illustrations?!
My Little Sister, and the Sealed Room
Class Rep with a Normie Life, and a Fearless Fairy
Buck Naked Mansion and the Fallen Master
Let's Plan a Light-novel with your Little Sister
Masamune Izumi and the Nemesis of Ten Million Copies
Little Sister and the Most Interesting Novel in the World
Dreaming Sagiri and Summer Fireworks
Little Sister and the Fairy Island
Masamune Izumi and the Younger Senpai
How the Two Met and Future Siblings
STORY: A totally generic dude is getting boners over his 12 year old sister who's an ecchi artist and has an obsession with panties, but at the same time she's shown as an innocent child who can't even speak up properly. They're not blood related, so somehow it's all considered okay. Then there are a couple more loli girls (who are supposed to be 12, look like they're 10, and act like they're 6) who have the hots for the protagonist, and that's about it, plot-wise. The comedy aspect of the show consists of "Oh no, you're seeing me in my panties. Baka! *whack*" scenes. ANIMATION: Do you enjoy watching little 12 year old girls' butts, chests, panties, legs, and lip licking from every possible angle? You're gonna love this. Other than that, it's a generic moe animation, where everything has to be super colourful and cute. SOUND: Wailing. So much wailing. And forgettable sountrack, including the generic moe opening and ending. Better turn the volume down or your neighbours will call the cops. CHARACTERS: I honestly don't even know which character is the most awful. The main protagonist is completely uninteresting and basically has no personality whatsoever, Sagiri is just ridiculus, whether she's shown as the innocent little sister or as the perverted artist, Megumi can't stop talking about dick, Elf is the bossy tsundere of the bunch, and don't even let me start on mushroom head. Long story short, there's not a single likable character. OVERALL: This show has to be every pedophile's dream. Sadly, I'm not one. Watched for the Anime Lottery Game SPRING 2017
If you're a 13-year-old who wants a watered-down do-over on Oreimo, search no further! This is everything you're looking for. If you're not...get ready for one of the guiltiest pleasures in recent anime memory. Or, maybe discomfiting pleasures. Or just a gross, miserable slog. Depending. Because Eromanga Sensei is a ridiculous, uncomfortable, hilarious, unabashedly shameful series built on a parade of squirm-inducing fanservice lolis, painted with a harem formed under circumstances so strange and irrelevant that even the characters seem to believe they're doing it out of obligation to anime conventions rather than growing emotional connections, and furnished with a plot that seems less concerned with exploring itself than with straying into...not filler, exactly, but subplots so far below the plot they may as well be. And yet...it's actually pretty good. There is a worthwhile story, here, ludicrous or uncomfortable though it may be: orphaned step-siblings who so desperately want a sense of family that it is either mixed up with or confused for romantic yearnings for each other--and whose unwitting pre-existing relationship (author/illustrator) helps them attempt exactly that. And if you can muster the intellectual fortitude to pull off the mental gymnastics it takes to not feel disgusting for consuming all the carefully-chosen pubescent butt shots...this show is a plain old lot of fun. Because despite the uncomfortable fanservice, despite the increasingly aimless "story," despite the entirely obfuscated crux of the series...it makes you laugh. At the show. With the show. In spite of the show. Everything's just so silly, so frivolous, so utterly bereft of pretense. Yes, it often feels like a supercut of the bath scenes from the Monogatari series, but damned if the girls aren't endearingly ridiculous. Even at the distressing rate at which the show overtly fetishizes every one of their limbs, their personalities are what keep you coming back, each so ceaselessly and carefully unbelievable in their individual absurdities that they will all but force you to crack a smile. Or hate yourself. Or vomit. (It really does depend.) But give it a shot, if you think you can take it. You might be surprised. Just make sure the door is closed when you do.
Based on 6 epiodes So I did a background check on this, apparantly both Oreimo and Eromanga Sensei were created by the same guy, Tsukasa Fushimi and both shows pretty much have the same theme (incest and otaku culture) heck even the main character from this show looks similar to the one from Oreimo he just has a different hair colour. Oh right and the siblings are not blood related in this one and Sagiri is tolerable unlike Kirino (who was annoying as hell). Story and Characters I know this is supposed to be a slice of life and its supposed to be slow paced, but dear god is this thing slow, the worst part about it is that a lot of the jokes are not funny, its really a hit or miss (mostly miss). Characters try to act cute but it comes off so badly its almost cringey. They try to hard to act charismatic and it fails completely. The writing of this show isnt good at all. The characters themselves aren't anything special, you got the main character Izumi who writes light novels, you got his sister sagiri(eromanga sensei) who wants to fuck him and you got the rest of the girls who want to fuck him but you know what gonna happen in the end, Izumi and sagiri are going to fuck beacuse its the same fucking plot from Oreimo just with only a few fucking variations. Animation and Sound Just like most of A1 Pictures' anime all the characters look like paper and they are all brightely pastel coloured. You see there isn't any kind of proper shading on the characters and they look like paper, some people may like this style, not me. Sound design is well done opening and ending themes are pretty good, voice acting although annoying at times is decent enough. Overall It still is an improvement over Oreimo. Its just sad that the creator didn't try anything different. I'd say pass this show but if you did enjoy Oreimo you'd probably enjoy this.(There's even some easter eggs referencing Oreimo) UPDATE episodes 7-12 This shit actually got progressively worse, each episode it keeps managing to get worse and worse. Form oversexualization of 12 year olds, to its dry humour, to its bland characters, to its dull plot, to its terrible writing, there isnt any saving grace to this. And of course there's episode 12, it doesnt have a solid conclusion so that probably means that most likely there will be a season 2 beacause of course the world needs more of this......
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