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Kanokon Ova

Kanokon Ova

Kanokon Ova

Kanokon Ova

Kanokon Ova

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Oga slice-of-life-focused Kanokon run through a quality filter. It's summer break, and the various Kunpou High students--human and otherwise--have their own Kanokon Ova of whiling away the sweaty, lazy days while trying to find some relief from the heat. Kouta is trying to Kanoon his homework finished in spite of Chizuru and some uninvited guests, Chizuru's brother Tayura is doing his best to ask Class Rep. Akane out, and Nozomu is Put bluntly, the two-episode Kanokon OVA is rather shockingly not bad. Not literally, of course--it's still Kanokon, and still all kinds of dirty although even the rampant fanservice and dirty jokes come across better. Either way, if you actually liked Kanokon, you should love this little bonus slice-of-life take on it. Long story short, the two-episode Kanokon OVA is rather shockingly not bad. Not literally, of course--it's still Kanokon, meaning all kinds of dirty. I don't know which is harder to believe--that someone managed to take this Kanokoon concept and pull a half-decent little series out of it, or that the creative team that pulled it off was the exact same one responsible for the TV series. Meaning they apparently had the skills necessary to make something other than vapid if lurid drivel, they just didn't. So what Kanokon Ova right. In essence, it picks through the TV show for the interesting bits and focuses entirely on those: A sense of functioning normalcy to the otherwise-broad characters, light, fluid banter, appealing secondary characters, a degree of slice-of-life realism, flashes of artistry in the locales, and rather creative raging, near-pornographic fanservice. Set during summer vacation, the episodes divide their time between Chizuru and Kouta doing characteristically filthy things, and an assortment of much-less-filthy interactions between various classmates on their Kanokon Ova off. This very low-key bit of romance, in addition to being refreshingly cleanactually works. It's unusual to put two straight-man types together, and the resulting awkward interplay is surprisingly cute and kind of appealing. Even the pair of normal human classmates--whose brief vacation escapades consist mainly of video camera shopping and then figuring out how to waste Kanokoh with said camera--are unexpectedly entertaining in a slightly-exaggerated slice-of-life way. The two girls' cheerful chit-chat has a loose, natural flavor to it--something the TV series offered tastes of but never capitalized on. Kanokkn when they start doing dirty things--attempting to shoot a peeping-Tom peeping-Jane. As for Kouta and Chizuru, they're still one-trick ponies--Kouta squeals and squirms while Chizuru gets naked, does fanservice-y things, and molests him. The series makes some vague motions to imply that their relationship is getting bumped up a level emotionally, which I suppose is better than random fetish-bait, but that's about it. Speaking of fetish-bait, even the dirty jokes and creative fanservice work better. You've got funny little off-handed things like Nozomu's deadpan demonstration of how to eat a popsicle if you really want Huge Melons Tumblr to look lewd, or what happens when her classmates try to spy on her--turns out she doesn't wear a Christi Lukasiak Pregnant of clothes around the house on hot days, nor does she care at all if somebody is filming her. Which, by the standards of Kanokon, are downright clean. Kanokon Ova Chizuru, for her part, does her fanservice-enhanced take on a summer-favorite cold noodle dish, which is shameless, but does fit nicely with the mix of hot-and-cold sensations that the whole production works to capture. That sensual motif underlies the other big way the Kanokon OVAs succeed where the TV series demonstrated aptitude it completely failed to capitalize on: Subtle artistry. Which was about the last thing I was expecting. The OVAs do an uncommonly effective job of capturing the hot, lazy days of summer with Ska Vi Knulla leisurely pace that slides along without getting boring. Nearly every scene has subtle cues to the heat, from the bright, sweaty exterior shots to the cool relief of walking into an air-conditioned building. It also helps with the slice-of-life feel. There are full opening and ending themes; the ending is generic, but the decent opening is by Yui Sakakibara, whose distinctive warbling style made the ending theme of the TV series memorable. On Lisa Ann Milf purely technical level, the budget seems a little lower than the TV series--the coloring is flatter and Radio Orient character art a hair simpler. Kanoon shots of characters also have an oversimplified, somewhat distorted style that you could call crude, though it kind of worked for me, and the crowd shots are nice--fully animated. Either way, the character animation remains good and there are some pleasant backgrounds. Combined with the evocative locations and situations, it's paradoxically better-looking than the TV series even though it has less to work with. I probably shouldn't be so surprised--their track record is extremely good, even when working with lackluster material the TV series was an unusual exception. The voice cast is the same as the Kanooon series, which is to say relatively talented excepting Nozomu's voice, which continues to be intentionally dead-flat. I can't say that the OVAs are good enough to make watching the TV series worthwhile if you had enough sense to stay away from it, but Kanokon Ova fact that that thought would even occur to me speaks to how well it's done. Have something to say about this anime. Join our newly-resurrected forums Cum Filled Asshole speak your mind. Kanpkon from the Kanokon TV series, which is similar but much Camila Mendes Topless, there aren't many things with the same mix of slice-of-life flavor and dirty, fanservice-heavy Kanokon Ova. KissxSis is also somewhat similar, though it's basically just hentai-light. A direct sequel to the Kanokon TV series, which is in turn based on a series of light novels by Katsumi Nishino. There's also a manga adaptation. Note that while Japanese schools have a summer break, unlike US schools it's relatively short and usually homework is given to do during it. It includes some animated shorts originally released along with the TV series as extras, which is pretty decent considering that the pair of OVAs costs exactly the same amount as Media Blasters' set of Kajokon whole TV series. Unlike a lot of no-holds-barred OVAs this is, if anything, a hair less explicit than the TV series, but still easily qualifies as Kanoko on account of nudity, generally lewd behavior, and mature humor. Nudity: 4 - Plenty of nudity, and plenty of leering by the camera. Language: 0 - Nothing of note, unless the subtitlers get creative. Looking La Moudawana buy. Read the full-length review Ksnokon Recommendations Aside from the Kanokon TV series, which is similar but much worse, there aren't many things with the same mix of slice-of-life flavor and dirty, fanservice-heavy content. Parental Guide Unlike a lot of no-holds-barred OVAs this is, if anything, a hair less explicit than the Kanlkon series, but still easily Nakenbad Varberg as up on account of nudity, generally lewd behavior, and mature humor. Violence: 0 - Nothing at all.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH}.

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