Available now is the second volume of Papakiki’s Oda Raika centric spin-off manga – and while the first could be chalked up as “over the top club activities”, this second is merely a male organ short of being an H series.
Actually, we’re mistaken – the first tome in this series was also “merely a male organ short of being an H series”.
Much like the first volume, this second is packed with salacity – yet now ten times more. And this volume doesn’t even focus on “club activities” so much as it is simply a blatant showcase of breasts and bare skin – without so much as even an attempt at a story. The series realized there was no such thing as “plot” in this spin-off to begin with – thus, there was no need to even bother making the effort to put on a facade of its existence when it could utilize its resources more efficiently to deliver an enhanced erotic experience.
This entire book, seen below at the risk of oneself, is a mirror of the first, an overabundance of Oda Raika oppai – however, it’s now amplified to the tune of complete physical exposure, mixed gender interactions in the nude, and even a fair share of yuri. Indeed, the first volume was packed with the inappropriate – yet that was just scratching the surface apparently as with the transition into the second book, the spin-off has gone from simply an excess of toplessness and oppai fondling, to illicit fantasy depictions of wanton activities.
Several additional females are introduced who further the exploits of female fanfare alongside Oda Raika – and even the loli daughters end up contributing to their Uncle’s lewd lifestyle, most notably the tsundere Sora who foolishly pulls down the blouse of a seemingly bra-less Oda Raika, right in front of that forgettable protagonist of ours whose name isn’t much worth remembering, in an all too convenient accident.
Unless one is a advent admirer of busty chests amongst scenes of incoherence, or a prominent pervert, there’s unlikely to be a connection made with this not particularly impressive manga title. Once again does the stark difference between story and themes over differing mediums prove astounding for the worse with Papakiki.