As with the first, Ebiten’s second Blu-ray volume is notable for its elegant portrayal of scantily dressed females on the front cover – a display which charms, unsurprisingly, through its excessively revealing nature.
Two bishoujos rest on the cover of this second Blu-ray volume – although interestingly enough, the illustration isn’t too explicit in its wanton ways. Unlike any given High School DxD cover for instance, there aren’t any bare chests bursting off the canvas. The artist of this piece was seemingly skilled enough to understand there are methods much more superior in seduction.
Each girl is fit in an intimate article, which to no shock, exposes a significant amount of skin to begin with – yet going another level into the lascivious, the translucent quality further serves to entice. One is left able to see areas of skin with a filter of fruity color – the ensembles are formed of soft yet vivid pastel tones which don’t detract from the skin, rather, they bring attention to it. And indeed, there’s plenty of skin to see.
Yet setting aside the colors, and getting straight to the most influential facet of this illustration, the frilly trim found along the edges of all attire is what pulls one’s vision around. The pink-haired bishoujo’s bottom horizontal strip of frills does well to get attention affixed on the voluptuous waist – and depending on where it is precisely that one is indulging themselves visually, the subsequent route could either along the arching back, the incline of the legs, or following the frilly escalator upwards to the chest.
Ultimately however, regardless of how entrancing this illustration may be, it’s fairly misleading. Initially, it seemed an accurate representation of Ebiten as it shows off the sort of service to expect – then again however, the series is certainly not nearly this sophisticated in its female fanfare delivery.