“Saikin, Imōto no Yōsu ga Chotto Okaishiin Da Ga”, in short, the newest disaster of an anime series, Imocho, is another imouto anime about a boy and his newly acquired copulation crazed little sister.
So begins the adventures of the loving brother and the not so loving sister. It’s expected for the imouto to be cold, or else it’d be too easy and will have no chance of development. Like the other imouto anime out there, more specifically, Oreimo, the sister acts sharp and unfriendly at first, yet expect to see the icy heart melt.
The first two episodes are nothing special, the series is unlikely to be so either, and expecting such would be pretty foolish and silly – though it gets straight to the point to set up the premise to get the plot going.
Imouto-san is suddenly possessed on a bridge by an ero-lusting ghost named Hiyori, who put a chastity belt on Mitsuki, claiming she has to satisfy her sensual and emotional quotas for Hiyori to ascend to heaven. She also tells Mitsuki she will die if she doesn’t satisfy the love quota, and then proceeds to rape Mitsuki and force her into autoeroticism.
The concept is straight out of a no-name hentai – sex is made necessary for survival.
Viewers that enjoy imoutos being molested and/or forced to masturbate against their will, will perhaps find this most enjoyable, but for the predominance of anime viewers, it might be a little disturbing. The second episode follows with more dimissal from the imouto while she secretly gets violated, while the brother cluelessly plays the “nice onii-chan”.
Yet it gets most disgusting when the girl, after being forced to hold her bladder, can do so no longer, and the brother so happens to be right behind her.
The animation’s visuals elements are sub-par, similarly is the voicing cast. The anime is censored, leaving those who actually find enjoyment in this disappointed they do not see as much as they would like to. And as if not bad enough they’re included at all, it’s quite annoying the studio decided to cut out the rape scenes completely by describing them in text, coupled with audio, rather than animating them.
Since the aim of an anime like this is sales only of course, they’ll probably be on Blu-ray.
The designs of the characters are terrible, especially the onii-chan. One can assume the studio focused all their attention into designing the imouto, though taking only once glimpse at the manga shows that all their attention is not worth much apparently. The single curious detail is the megane girl who seems to know more than the average student, however, it is too early to assume anything.
Aside from that the imouto is respectably kawaii, this is a completely horrendous anime.