MetaFap – 33 [NSFW]

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Some more butts and plots.

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Vividred Operation – 09

Vivid MAIN (1)

I know that feel and I hate when it happens!

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Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo – 21

Sakuraso MAIN (1)

And it was the best looking porn of 2013

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Senran Kagura – 09

senran kag main (3)

Asuka-”I can’t help it! It feels good!”                Yagyuu-”I didn’t stay stop…”

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Maoyuu Maou Yuusha – 09

Maou MAIN (4)

Wizard-”BROS! I HAVE MAD MAGIX SKILLZ YO!”

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38 Responses to “MetaFap – 33 [NSFW]”

  1. skylion says:

    Or is that just a feature of this lolicon Utopia in which Vividred Operation takes place?

    It’s a world were adults are obviously useless. Symphogear’s shadow is still looming quite large over this program. But the Eva shout outs/direct rip-offs are kinda fun in a way.

  2. skylion says:

    Does this mean that the Demon King has been repeating the same cycle again and again?

    Well all of them are. This, I think, is one of the reasons our character are called by job/life description rather than any sort of proper name. As they said in the new Battlestar Galactica: “All this has happened before, and it is happening again…”

    • anaaga says:

      Long time ago before the dinosaurs even existed, skylion made the same comment at the exact same topic on the exact same time. So this means there was another me who was also obsessed about yaoi?

  3. skylion says:

    Sakurasou: That was an awful lot of falling down. I hope they pick it up next episode. The pacing and delivery of this show has been superb.

  4. Highway says:

    Vividred: I enjoyed the Wakaba x Himawari stuff, and I agree that it’s completely setting up a Green x Yellow docking for the finale. And yeah, the relationship stuff is a bit cheesy, but they’re middle school kids, they’re not known for being the most subtle. Himawari was pushing the bratty boundary a bit, tho, maybe a little more than Wakaba deserved for redirecting their ‘date’.

    I know the “You’re really cute / pretty / attractive, would you come model for us?” cold call thing has been used in a few other anime as well. To me it always seems like a creeper scam, “Hey, hop in my van, I’ve got my picture studio in there. Hey, what does this cloth smell like?”

  5. Highway says:

    Sakurasou: *waaaaaaaaaahhhhhh*

    This was a bit more gut punch than I was expecting. Collecting signatures: fail. Sorata’s game: fail. Nanami breakdown, Sorata breakdown, Seniors leaving. And then stacking on top of that, when you’re expecting some good news at the end… Mashiro win at Sorata’s expense. Talk about a dick move. The person who always wins wins again, this time when she’s sincerely trying to help the boy she loves, and ends up hurting him.

    It’s no wonder that she interprets that as Sorata hating her, and combined with her existential threat to Sakurasou, decides she needs to leave.

    • Karakuri says:

      Sakurasou has always done well with making the worst situations into feel good endings so far though, so hopefully this all turns around. …Hell, I’m confident it will turn around if we give it a few episodes. They did well with piling on the despair here though.

  6. Highway says:

    Maoyuu: It’s hard to see anything else about this episode apart from Older Sister Maid’s speech. But the Winter King made the right choice. From my perspective, the whole point of the church declaring the Crimson Scholar a heretic was to discredit her and her ideas, ideas which are moving the Winter Kingdom away from the influence of the church as they become more prosperous and self-sufficient. It’s likely that having the veil of legitimacy from the Lake Convent forestalled this happening for a year, but it was pretty much an inevitable thing.

    And the thing the church fears more: having those ideas spread to other kingdoms. Rather than the old way of “Plant our one crop and Pray”, having scientific methods of agriculture – Plant this, this, and this in this manner at these times, and you will have success and not deplete your soil – will raise the wealth of the poor, which is always a bad omen for church influence.

    Unfortunately for the church, their power play backfired, instead uniting the winter kingdom against them, due to the petty cruelty of their representative. And even though she was saved, it was probably a situation where a martyred Crimson Scholar would have become far more powerful.

  7. Highway says:

    Senran: Apart from Hibari being the worst double agent ever, not a bad episode. I actually don’t mind the story painting neither side as explicitly ‘good’ or ‘bad’, just on opposite sides. They’ve really softened up the Hebi girls and it would be nice to see them actually have their own revelations, things like Yomi realizing that it’s not all fun and games to be Ikaruga, or Homura seeing that Asuka is doing better as a ninja. The appearance of Rin with Kiriya shows that she doesn’t think there’s that much difference between the two sides.

    I think you’re right that the whole moral of the series is probably going to be something like “Both sides need to be in harmony” or something like that.

    • Foshizzel says:

      Yeah I am starting to think both sides are actually good in their own way, the best example is World of Warcraft depending on which faction you join you quickly learn the horde are not all evil and the same goes for the alliance.

      Yeah I just picture a yin/yang thing happening in the end that combines the schools for the greater good, but if that happens who will become the “enemy” later on? I guess there might be a 3rd faction? LOL not that I care because I really do not want another season of ninja boobs the animation.

      • Highway says:

        As far as shows that could get a second season, there’s lots worse choices than Boob Ninjas *coff-AccelWorld-SAO-OreShura-NakaImo*coff*.

        • Karakuri says:

          Oh? The other 3 I understand completely, but I thought OreShura was okay…? Though I kind of stopped watching after episode 1, so I don’t know what’s going on now.

          • Highway says:

            The escalation of osananajimi-ism (Chiwa: “I’ve been his friend for years!” Ai: “I was his friend in kindergarten and got him to promise to marry me!” Hime: “I was his lover in a past life!”), Ai’s terrible bipolar act (she takes ‘tsun’ and ‘dere’ to completely ridiculous extremes), the fact that I know there’s no resolution coming (I could deal with all this if there was a chance that Eita would actually pick someone at the end of the series)…

            The best thing about the show is Masuzu getting more and more exposed as someone who really wants to be Eita’s girlfriend, not a fake.

        • Foshizzel says:

          I really do not enjoy any of the characters in OreShura they are terrible! I mean come on three childhood friends? SERIOUSLY? Well Hime sorta doesn’t count as one, but I only watch for her because she is voiced by Hasako Kanemoto aka Kotoura/Ika Musume/Cure Peace and the pink haired girl is alright when she hits her cute mode! Like clinging to the main dude in episode 09~

          • skylion says:

            …I kinda like them because they are so broken…it’s terrible of me to take glee in how derpy they are…

            • Foshizzel says:

              ahahaha np I can see the appeal of certain characters in OreShura! I wouldn’t mind the silver girl if she toned down the bitchy modes…

  8. KLACMAN says:

    vivid rangers – lots of green-yellow focus give wonder if green has a bit of Toshinou Kyouko in her but either way green-yellow is steal the ep & black is like why me?

    senran – now look nearing it all come in give flower eyes pink now going like get “got” by rival ninja & main ninja to rescue?

    maoyuu – big sis really deserve an oscars for her performance nuff said.

    • Foshizzel says:

      Vivid: Yeah I guess these kinds of episode HAVE to happen aka the random filler…

      Senran: Yep! Rescue plan next time~

      Maoyuu: TRUTH that speech was great <3

  9. HannoX says:

    Vividred: A truly buttrific episode. Well, I guess they’re cheaper to draw than animating a fight sequence. And maybe the artists are so–ah, stimulated–by the material that they work faster than usual, another money-saver. With all the Wakaba and Himawari interaction I agree that the anime is setting up a Green x Yellow dock.

    Maoyuu: This episode suffered from one of my biggest pet peeves that many anime suffer from–the hero (or in this case the disguised older sister maid) making a long, overly earnest speech while the villian just stands there letting him or her do it. The Church’s representative was a real idiot for letting her go on for so long. Couldn’t he see how the crowd was reacting? Then he compounds it by having her whipped rather than having her gagged and hustled off. Save the abuse for when there’s no one to witness it. Then he lets her continue on with her speech!

    Yeah, I know, when you’ve been unchallenged for centuries and have used terror to keep people in line (torture and execution for those who question you and threatening eternal damnation for those who don’t toe your line) you get arrogant and careless. But the representative didn’t have to be THAT stupid. What kind of Church official let’s a heritic harangue the crowd when they’re being arrested? He should have cut her speech off halfway through. By that point having her gagged and dragged off towards the cage would have been enough to start a near riot and have the Winter King step forward to stop it. Then there could have been some action in this episode. The representative arrogantly refuses to release her and the crowd does riot and battle the soldiers. With the upshot being the roughly handled representative and disarmed surviving soldiers are sent packing. That would also help fire up the population for the coming war with the Church.

  10. BlackBriar says:

    Senran Kagura – 09: This show is really trying to get viewers to side more with the dark than the light. From this episode alone, the dark seems to be the more accepting side, like a refugee camp while the light is seen to be the oppressive one with too high a standard to meet. Not to mention most of the Serpent girls have real world, understandable reasons for what they do.

    Oh, the yuri. Don’t worry, I’m raving. I always knew Haruka was into girls and now she has Hibari to herself though I’m surprised she didn’t ask the guards to tie her up like that herself. She’s screams bonafide sadist. And that would-be yuri kiss. Why did they stop it before we could see, damn it?

  11. BlackBriar says:

    Vividred Operation – 09: It’s good to see the support characters getting some longer screen time. The Wakaba x Himawari ship goes into second place after Akane x Wakaba for me. The episode was mostly slice of life style with the photo shoots and all and the Alone fight ended too quickly for me to enjoy it.

    Vividred is nearing the end so I’m curious as to when the girls are going to finally find out about Rei and when and how they intend to win her over. Normally in other shows, the mysterious girl would have been revealed as an enemy already so it raises the question as to what is the studio waiting for. The feather markings on her neck are getting fewer each time which means she’s running out of time and options.

  12. BlackBriar says:

    Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo – 21: Wow, this episode pulled on strings the entire run. The despair among the characters was overwhelming. As if Sakurasou being threatened with demolition wasn’t bad enough. There aren’t enough signatures on the petition, Sorata chances in game designing got shot down, Nanami was denied acceptance after two years of hard work. She may be mature but a person can only handle so much. I felt sympathetic toward all of them especially for Mashiro feeling that it’s all her fault and that her only choice to protect them is to leave. Somebody show some compassion towards these kids. What did do to deserve such situations?

  13. BlackBriar says:

    Maoyuu Maou Yuusha – 09: The torture of the maid was hard to watch. It was too much and went too far. Using a whip on a girl is cruel, let alone obscene. However, I was impressed that used her torment as a source of motivation to give the population confidence in itself.

    That Church representative was a bastard that deserved more than rocks being thrown at him. I would have loved to see the Winter King lop his head off. Labeling the scholar a heretic was a blatant attempt to retake control by taking out the one person that give hope for independance. In the end, it backfired and caused the opposite of what they hoped for.

    • skylion says:

      Lot’s of folk object to the spoiler reference in the ED. To me, it was a huge appeal, cause those moments of connection are very important.
      As for the shedding of blood. It’s always about that. Any story that speaks of sacrifice is going to be about that. And for my take/money, it was very well shown. Much better than any other visual medium has shown thus far.

    • Highway says:

      If we’re applying an analogue of the European dark ages / pre-enlightenment to the show, then a heretic isn’t a girl, it’s a heretic. And usually the rabble would go along with what the church was saying. I didn’t think that the show went too far with the scene, I thought it was pretty authentic and justified.

  14. tatsuya says:

    You guys..this probably out of topic but ..WHY NOT A SINGLE GJ-BU thread in metanorn??
    Sure u can classified it as a kiddy show (not worthy for u guys known as the mighty Otaku anime watcher)..But it got a nice,addicting story.
    So..atleast giv it a tread or two..

    Or is there other reason that make GJ-BU isnt a metanorn’s material?

    • Highway says:

      Not to speak for a bunch of people who aren’t me, but I think there’s probably a ton of people watching GJ-bu. I love it, and I don’t know why, besides “it is really enjoyable”. I’m pretty sure skylion watches it. I’d even think some of the Metanorn writers watch it. But they can’t write for every show they watch, there’s just not enough time.

      Also, with GJ-bu, I still think skylion’s description of it when I asked what it was about after the first episode is apt: “When I figure out what it’s about, I’ll get back to you.” It’s just a straight up slice-of-weird-life show. The characters are all great, tho, and the writing and timing just works. I mean, the primary activities through 10 episodes of the show have been:

      - Kyoro brushing girls hair,
      - Mao (and others) biting Kyoro
      - Mori twirling whenever she shows up
      - Drinking tea and eating various things

      And it’s just great. I know that as a blogger, it’d be super hard to find any hook into the show for expansion or discussion. I think it’d probably be very similar to lvlln trying to write for Hidamari Sketch x Honeycomb. It was a great show, but it just didn’t get much response or discussion (or really any). I think the same thing would happen with GJ-bu. The only discussion it would really foster would be a lot of “Yeah, I really like when Geri fangirls over Kyoro via whiteboard!” (which, by the way, it just sooooo precious!)

      It might be a good show for a season review, and I know that I end up talking a lot about it in that kind of context. But weekly, it just wouldn’t generate the type of back and forth discussion to warrant the blogging time.

      • skylion says:

        It’s a good show. Very much season review material. If it’s about anything, it’s about typical harem members reflecting key points of the MC. But it does it very well.

        • Highway says:

          I was thinking about the harem aspect of the show, and it’s almost a ‘platonic harem’ show. Rather than all the girls being interested in Kyoro as a boyfriend, they’re interested in him as a representative of ‘boys’ in general. So when they’re seeking attention or reactions from Kyoro, they’re not necessarily seeking Kyoro’s attention or reaction in particular, they’re seeking the attention or reaction of boys, and Kyoro happens to be the one around. And while I think Kyoro would be happy to go out with some or all of the girls (I would say Kyoro’s order of interest would be Shion > Megumi > Mao > Kirara > Tama, but that might just be my biases), I don’t think any of the girls are really that interested in him like that (maybe Mao and Megumi are, but not really enough to get past ‘friends’ stage).

          So because there’s no really overt interest in dating, the show really works around things like the hair-brushing (Confession: I find those scenes to be the most sensual thing in anime this season), “Ore-man”, and the constant teasing: “Hey, Kyoro, is it true that guys always think of themselves as attractive to girls?”

          • skylion says:

            Yeah, the hair brushing is completely awesome; tooth brushing is the next obvious step. ::snark snark::

            I think you may be biased there; cause I place Mao first and I know I am biased.

            I think his Ore-man is a scream; it’s him doing his best, but still being a complete goober.

            And Jill-chan’s actions and reactions are spot on. That shyness is so cute.

            • Highway says:

              I will take the hair brushing any day over the tooth brushing, especially the way the example scenes are constructed and presented. One thing I didn’t care for about the Nisemonogatari scene was the power imbalance, something that does not exist in the GJ-bu hairbrushing scenes, even if they are played as ‘punishment’ for some of the girls, or ‘battles’, or even for the voyeristic pleasure of Mao and Shion.

              Here we are keeping up a discussion of GJ-bu after I said it really wouldn’t foster a discussion. But I still think that my assessment above is accurate, in that we can do this for almost a whole season of the show, but week in and week out, we’d at best be having the same discussion.

              Another thing that occurs to me about GJ-bu: It’s a great depiction of those casual and not so casual encounters that adolescents start to crave, with touching and intimacy, even if it’s not strictly within the context of dating or courting. Things like Shion’s cool hands and then she gets ‘hot’, the hair brushing, the seating arrangements around the kotatsu, even the biting. Yes, it was a long time ago for me, but I remember much more about those situations than I do about the everyday life of being a teenager.

            • skylion says:

              I always remember the people I bite…

              “I like biting. It’s like kissing, only there’s a winner”

              The Doctor’s Wife.

      • BlackBriar says:

        Thanks for the words of motivation. Now I’m interested in checking it out. In fact, I’m on the anime downloading site as we speak.

        • Highway says:

          You should definitely watch. I know I was hooked from the first episode, even without having much of an idea about what was going to be happening.

          Also, I’m realizing that Mimori Suzuko is one of my favorite seiyuu, performing Shion, Umi from Love Live!, Rin in Senran Kagura, and Himawari from YuruYuri (and Himiko from Btoooom, but it’s not her fault I hated that show).

  15. Highway says:

    By the way, happy White Day everyone. Guys, don’t forget to reciprocate to those ladies that treated you well a month ago!

    (I’m claim I’m exempt because today’s also my birthday ;) )

    • skylion says:

      Happy Pie Day! Celebrate your love of mathematics with delicious pie. Apple, cherry, blueberry, chocolate, snickerdoodle. It matters not. Eat more pie.

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