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Thanks to the fantastic technology of Blu-ray, one can now see all of the girls of To Love-Ru Darkness fully bare and uncensored – assuming there’s an outcast somewhere who hasn’t already seen them all au naturel.

Having no story, these unhindered sets of oppai are supposed to the be highlight of the series – yet given that we’ve seen them all, amongst many others, only a few days ago with the release of the second To Love-Ru Darkness OVA, none of this is new to the eye. Yet not only that, the impact is made even more worthless considering the manga’s artwork is much superior – and offers precisely the same females, and same lack of clothing.

36 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    This is how an anime needs to be, not unrealistic girls without nipples…

  • liamash3 says:

    Amazingly, they managed to squeeze lightbeams into the uncensored versions…
    Or, at least, very dumbed down versions of the beams :)

    EDIT:
    To clarify, I’m referring to how the scenes in the pictures fit how the lightbeams were in the censored version, just…naturally?

  • ancer says:

    the white beams are finally eradicated!!! BANZAIIII for PINKKKKKKK

  • jingoi says:

    …….arrggghhhhh!!!!
    knew it, f**king knew it.
    If they weren’t going to do it in the OVAs they were going to still censor Mikan in the BDs.

  • Sixxx says:

    I bet you were just waiting for a chance to use that against me Seven.

  • Anonymous says:

    word “Darkness” mean sex scenes included
    previous seasons i think didn’t have any sex scenes in it.
    nuts! sex scene in vol.1 of darkness was kinda censored by some black mist so i could hardly see anything T_T

  • Anonymous says:

    Hey all, who tell my when release uncensored episodes (To Love Ru Darkness) I seen 2 episodes on Youtube but user has been deleted :/

  • Anonymous says:

    well, the art guys drew it all,, let them show it all to any eyes who are willing. xD

  • Anonymous says:

    this is the way it should be. F*** the ‘Light from Heaven’. xD

  • Anonymous says:

    Some one can give me the link for the uncensored version?

  • Anonymous says:

    To Love-Ru —> To Love-Ru Darkness = Shounen —> Seinen

    • gargamesh says:

      Actually it still is classified as Shonen,

      According to Japan~

      • triton6783 says:

        Well, just because it officially in a shonen magazine, does not mean it doesn’t actually have a seinen element to it, like Death Note in Weekly Shonen Jump.

        • gargamesh says:

          “Well, just because it officially in a shonen magazine, does not mean it doesn’t actually have a seinen element to it, like Death Note in Weekly Shonen Jump.”

          Well, it is precisely because it is in a shonen magazine that it was meant to be shonen, though I did not say anything against it about being in a shonen magazine and how it relates to being seinen and such.

          However works like Death Note gave more of a Seinen Vibe than being Shonen, and To-Love Ru darkness’ nature is enough to make one wonder why is it exactly in a magazine meant to be read by “Young Boys” when the content is clearly not for such, as opposed to when the manga of a “weaker” ecchi series compared to it like let’s say Senran Kagura, is appropriately classified as Seinen.

          But this thing about To-Love Ru has already been discussed here long ago :)

  • Anonymous says:

    where can i download the uncensored version??

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