The Kirionira are the demons that live in another dimension and invade the human world through people's dreams. The only defense humanity has against the demonic assault are the hunters who rely on their sex drive as a source of power to fight against them. Riku Yoichi came from a long line of hunters and had high amounts of sexual energy which allowed him to be a great hunter. He moved away from his home town after middle school to demolish the Kirionira and was successful in finishing off the king and ending the battle forever. However, the peace came at the price of Yoichi losing his sex mojo. Returning back to his home town, he soon learns that the demon invasion was not over, but without his sex drive, he is helpless to fight back. He tries convincing his childhood friend Namba Midori and her female classmates to get him sexually aroused, but they want nothing to do with it.
Are you ready to save the world from at the cost of your libido? Yes, this is what's in Riku's mind when he eliminates the last Kirionira, demons that live in another dimension. Or at least that's what he thought.. When he transfers back in his hometown, he finds familiar faces like his childhood friend Midori and her "interesting" friends. But the danger is always around the corner and the enemies appear once again! How can he save the world again now that he has lost his libido, source of his powers? Plus/minus considerations: STORY: I know, I made it sound like an interesting manga, but what I said is not totally accurate. Unfortunately the real purpose of this manga is to display a whole lot of erotic scenes and poses plus pants, pants and pants. THEN I guess you can follow what the plot has to offer. What I haven't said is that Riku, the main character, can only regain his libido, the source of his powers, seeing, touching or even smelling pants or intimate areas from cute girls. Convenient innit? If I had to tell in percentages, I'd say this manga is 80% fanservice and 20% is plot. And if only that 20% of plot was good... But no, I personally didn't like what I was reading. (--) ART: it doesn't look too bad, the artist has an interesting style but there are many mistakes in facial features and proportions. Fortunately it gets better the more it goes, but the focus is always on pants: at least those are always well drawn (who would've thought). I think there are many scenes that look bad to give a positive rating, it's below average for me. (--) CHARACTERS: characters save the manga where art and story failed. If you know me, I consider ecchi a lewd type of comedy and some of the characters make you smile for how they act and react. The main character is whatever: one of those guys that you forget after 5 mins you're done reading; maybe you'll remember him for the guy who ate ***** in a manga (only the second time I see something like that happen). Midori's friends and the antagonist are the most interesting ones: they're the messengers between mangaka and reader. Why's that? Those three characters will give you what everybody expected from this manga: fanservice for days. (+) If you're new to ecchi manga, please don't read this one because it's not a good example. Story is bad, art style could've been much better. Characters at least give you some satisfaction, but that's it. For some guys I'm sure this manga looks decent and you might not agree with my rating. But the more I read comics, the more I realize there are really good one that deserve more attention and Sexual Hunter Riot is not one of them. P.S. if you're interesting in knowing what other manga I was talking about in "characters", check this.
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