This Yule has been sorely lacking in Valkyries up to this point, so I have decided to rectify the situation by way of a 2004 show based on Lune’s visual novel Ikusa Otome Valkyrie.
Fairies are neat, right? Everyone likes fairies. And if you treat them right, surely Odin will bless your year. The closest you get to fairies in the Norse world are elves though, depending on the source. But still, the Allfather would probably approve of this one. She seems pretty chill.
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This very Thankful month’s classic is Megami Kyouju by Cherry Lips and boy does it have some fun stuff going on. Gotta get me one of those guns.
2003 always seems so much more recent than it actually is. Well, to me anyway. I’m old and shit. Anyway, remember to spread the love around so people come watch my shit.
In this month’s classic we’re watching what is likely one of the early digital hentai shows, Living Sex Toy Delivery or Nikuyoku Gangu Takuhainin.
Honestly, there’s just too much to enjoy about this show. Awkward early digital art, horrible coloring, VHS chromatic aberration. Also, turns out it was based on a visual novel of the same name. A true classic that I hope will never be forgotten, the DVD and VHS are both fully out of print in every region, as far as I can tell so archive it while you still can.
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As a man, you learn the dangers of how you aim your cock when you’re about to fire off a load. Our tragic hero, however, seems to have no concern over the direction of anyone’s jism and he suffers for it.
Toushin Toshi II is a bit of a scattershot hentai, but it’s a Pink Pineapple/Alice Soft classic and the opening scene is fantastic. The rest? Basically incoherent.
We tackle real modern problems in this month’s classic. A comfy visit to 2005’s The Guts! or Women at Work in the US.
Frankly, there’s a lot we can learn from this anime about proper workplace etiquette. Also, about the dangers of not being muscular and tan. So many life lessons in just 26 minutes.
Lots of strong self-defense lessons in the 2006 (Jesus, that’s newer than I expected) Classic Ma ga Ochiru Yoru.
I mean, I learned a lot.
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A classic. Accelerando from 2007.
Honestly, it’s a heartwarming tale and, more than anything, an actual view of how far we’ve sunk down into the depths of depravity as a species.
So really, just an all around good times.
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