One should always understand other people’s customs before making commitments. Unfortunately, Rito had no idea the planet Develuke even existed when their Princess Lala teleported naked into his bathtub, let alone that touching a girl’s breasts is how they propose marriage! Given that he was in the tub when she appeared, Rito’s now engaged to a beautiful girl with a pointed tail. What's worse: the girl that Rito really loves is still completely unaware of his feelings.
Source: Sentai Filmworks
Motto To Love-Ru as you can probally tell from the name is the sequel series to To Love-Ru (What is it with these Japanese and such random names...motto?) Rather than the flowing straight forward plot of TLR Motto instead follows a format of each episode consisting of 3 mini continuityless mini-episodes. Much like the OVA Motto has a lot of stuff taken from the manga which was never explained in the anime- ghost girl's physical body, Run's idol career, Celine the plant girl and to a lesser extent (they were sort of explained in the OVA) Lum....sorry, La La's sisters. The animation quality in this series is top notch. The theme tune is pretty good (though nothing on the previous one) and it really looks very different and more advanced from the get go. The actual entertainment value of the series however....that is a more debatable matter. As I said each episode is actually three episodes of six-eight minutes. Not much time for a full story huh? Yup. The stories all seem to follow one of two plot lines: 1: Supporting character mutters about Rito, has some time alone with him, comes to realise how he's really awesome. 2: Supporting character mutters about a flaw in their life; something like not understanding friendship or whathaveyou. Has an encounter. Realises the thing they were missing is important. Oh well. It really is a very shallow series. And not in the awesome fun way of the original series. Its kind of entertaining. Some funny moments. But don't go expecting this to be a proper series 2. I just hope if there's a 3rd series of To Love Ru made they do it properly.
The first season of this shit was admittedly hard to watch. It was like putting my dick in a blender. But I persevered. Story: This time they went with an episodic story. They weren’t conducive to each other and each was a repeat of same plot different characters. Shit was the same soup but reheated. But a soup I enjoyed for the most part. Except for Yuki that rock headed fuck. Animation: This shit was made for Kawaii. The big eyes large breasts(but not over the top)and beautiful shiny skin was pretty A1. The ecchi was also really vibrant. It’s like borderline illegal. Boobs. Boobs and more large breasted females. It seems in this animoo that girls with “regular” sized tits idolized and are groped more. While Lala who is def stacked is left out. Also lotta nips. Something I also loved was in the spaces without panties and titties subtle pieces of animation were put in. Like when Kotegawa slightly twisted her hair, while giving Yuki a sidewaysish glance in ep 1. Shit was flames Sound: The intro wasn’t bad and it wasn’t good. As Pokémon’s say it was ineffective. Although I liked the voices some of them were similar, but that’s to be expected with an anime full of female harem characters and about 3 males, one being a fat perv and one being a teenager (not Yuuki) who gets absolutely 0 puss. Characters: I love a nice vibrant lively harem. Sexy females and more sexy females. Lala’s relatives are snacks and all her friends righteously so. What i didn’t like was that..... Yuji was basically a dickless bitch and his head is a fucking solid rock. It’s like the girls are lusting after a fucking Graveller. Like I’ve never seen such a shitty main male of a harem since I don’t fucking know. All the females are worth investing in even though I wanted more Kotegawa and more Golden Darkness. What I liked though was that even tho the episodes were mostly focused on one person, they weaved in what happened previously and kinda spattered it in a messy but neat way. It’s the great example of a nicely put together large harem. after the 12 episodes of filler in season 1, I was gon drop this shit. Now I’m anxious to read the darkness manga and watch the anime. Im gonna read the manga because I heard they took it off the kindle store for the extraordinary amount of nudity. Yay
StoryWell let me start off by saying that the first season of To-Love-Ru made my blood curdle, and I thought that an ecchi anime like this would have a first season, an OVA or two, then be over forever.I was very, very wrong. I ended up watching the second season out of nostalgia if anything. Once again, Haruka Tomatsu summons up the most annoying voice she can muster in order to keep up with Sayuri Yahagi's equally annoying voice; thus our two main heroines, Lala and Sairenji, respectively, have been brought from beyond the grave. Now if you've been wondering why I've been ranting on about useless crap in the story section, it's because there is no story to speak of. 1/10 Animation The animation is quite high quality. I'd like to point attention at the main subject of this review: Mikan Yuuki: the best imouto character since the dawn of time. The studio did a damn fine job of drawing her, and her being the most important character, Motto To-Love-Ru gets a 10/10 - 5 stars. Sound Hanazawa Kana. Characters The giant plethora of characters serves only to stomp down Mikan's screentime and Hanazawa Kana's number of lines. Quite frankly, they should have gone and called it ♥♥Motto Motto To-Love-Mikan♥♥ and removed all of the other characters. Overall Hanazawa Kana voices super cute imouto character. You don't want to miss it, I guarantee. 10/10
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