If you enjoy anime, you’ve probably been asked if it’s just for children. This isn’t entirely unusual, and it’s not even that out of the ordinary; it’s an honest mistake given that anime has a large number of children’s shows and may appear to be one at first glance.
If you’ve been following the genre for a while, you already know the truth. Crunchyroll has a number of adult-oriented anime series that children should never be able to access.
An anime streaming service that is very popular is Crunchyroll. Naturally, they have a large number of series to choose from, including shows clearly aimed at an older audience. We’ve found a number of anime series that you should add to your watch list. On the list below, you’ll find some of the best anime of Crunchyroll that is meant for adults.
1. High School DxD
High school student Issei Hyoudou is your typical pervert who wastes his time spying on women and dreaming of someday setting up a harem for himself. Things appear to be looking up for Issei when a beautiful girl asks him out on a date, but she turns out to be a fallen angel who brutally murders him!
Rias Gremory, a top-class devil student and beautiful senior, gives him a second chance by resurrecting him and recruiting him into the school’s Occult Research club.
Issei must train and fight as he adjusts to his new life in the world of angels and devils. Each new adventure in High School DxD leads to a slew of hilarious and risqué moments with his new friends, all while keeping his new life hidden from his friends and family!
The plot isn’t all that interesting. This anime, however, doesn’t pretend to be anything other than what it is.
2. Hybrid x Heart Magias Academy
Hida Kizuna has the ability HHG (Heart Hybrid Gear), but it isn’t powerful enough to make him particularly useful. His older sister convinces him to enroll in a school for strategic defense, where many of the students, including large-breasted women, use their HHG abilities to combat alien invaders while dressed in revealing pilot outfits.
Kizuna’s fighting skills aren’t up to par, but his sister has a plan: having erotic experiences with Kizuna will apparently allow the girls to recharge their batteries or power-up. It appears that his new school life will be full of embarrassment.
This anime creates an atmosphere suited to absorbing lewdness while not interfering with the other genres. It’s well established right from the start. All of the characters are well-knit into one another, and each episode can satisfactorily reinforce previous episodes and/or set up the next.
3. Testament of Sister New Devil
Basara Toujou learns the hard way that bumping into your new stepsister in the bathroom isn’t the best way to make a good first impression. Having no choice, he must welcome the Naruse sisters, busty redhead Mio and petite silver-haired Maria, into his family when his father unexpectedly brings home two beautiful girls and introduces them as his new siblings.
Basara is forced to reveal that he was once a member of a clan of “Heroes” who were sworn enemies of the demons after learning that these girls are demons – Mio, the former Demon Lord’s only daughter, and Maria, her trusted succubus servant.
Basara, however, decides to use his abilities to protect his new sisters and enters into a master-servant agreement with Mio to keep an eye on her.
Basara must do the unthinkable to protect his new family, with the Heroes keeping a close eye on him and hostile demons stalking him at all times. In addition, the protector is concealing a dark secret that has plagued him for years.
4. Demon King Daimao
Akuto Sai transfers to Constant Magic Academy in the hopes of changing the world for the better, where he meets Junko Hattori, a virtuous ninja clan member. Together, they promise to make the world a better place on their way to the academy; when he arrives, however, things take a turn for the worse as it is prophesied that he will become the Demon King!
The school begins to fear him as word of his fate spreads, and Junko’s faith in him begins to erode. Even though Akuto is determined not to let his predicted future determine his fate, it appears that his every action confirms his fate as a Demon King.
In addition, there is a harem of beautiful girls surrounding him, each of whom has her own plan for him, which ranges from bringing him to justice to simply showering him with love. With his newly awakened abilities, Akuto must deal with his ever-growing list of misfortunes while also fighting to prove that his fate is not sealed.
5. Cat Planet Cuties
Kio is a boring, nice guy with a boring, nice life until he meets a beautiful, curvy cat-girl at a memorial service for one of his ancestors. He’s lying in bed with this half-naked beauty next to him before he realizes it! Eris is a representative from the planet Catian who has come to Earth to learn more about its inhabitants. And for the duration of her visit to Earth, she’s decided to set up shop at Kio’s house!
Unbeknownst to Kio, a number of organizations will attempt to capture Eris in order to conceal her existence in any way possible. Worse yet, when people close to Kio turn out to be secretly members of those organizations! Kio will have to put in a lot of effort to keep Eris safe from these shady characters. In Cat Planet Cuties, things are about to get mysterious, exciting, and, most importantly, sexy!
This show has a consistently upbeat tone to it. There are no tragic backstories, and none of the heroes perish.
6. We Without Wings
Haneda Takashi has a secret that he cannot reveal. His plan was to escape to another world to get away from his boring school life. Certain ties on his heart, however, keep him bound. Kobato, his awkward younger sister, is one of them. Watarai Asuka, his unmindful girlfriend, is the other.
Chitose Shuusuke is a freeloader. Part-time jobs fill his days. He has a bad first encounter with Tamaizumi Hiyoko one day. Shuusuke learns that they are coworkers at his part-time job the next time they meet.
Narita Hayato considers himself a “hard-boiled” individual. He is unconcerned about physically demanding jobs. Hayato avoids normal human contact during the day, but he hangs out with delinquents and other night owls at night. On one of these nights, he meets the cheerful and oblivious Otori Naru.
These three young men’s relationships with these girls will have a significant impact on them. But what exactly is the nature of these young men’s relationship?
When the three main characters are combined, they form the perfect comic trio.
An alien race called the Novas threatens humanity decades in the future. They leave a trail of destruction in their wake when they appear, and the efforts to stop them are called Nova Clashes.
Pandoras, a group of young women, and Limiters, a group of young men, are given stigmata to give them superhuman abilities and trained in military academies, where they must learn to work together if humanity is to survive.
Freezing follows Kazuya Aoi as he begins his first day at the West Genetics military academy, just as the Pandoras are preparing for a battle royale.
The show has a great visual presentation. Colorful scenes abound as heroines fly through the air. The animation is crisp, and there is a thrilling sense of speed throughout.
The action scenes have the same level of polish as the rest of the show. The show’s well-detailed breast animations shine because Pandora’s clothing is frequently torn away in fights.
8. So I Can’t Play H
Ryosuke Kaga attends Momozomo Academy and is an ecchi high school student. He comes across a girl standing alone in the rain one day. Lisara Restor is an elite Grim Reaper who traveled to the human world in search of “The Singular Man.”
Lisara enters into a contract with Ryosuke, and Lisara takes energy from Ryosuke to fuel her activities in the human world. His perverted spirit is the source of energy. Ryosuke has no choice but to assist Lisara in her search to reclaim his sexual desire.
In short, never deal with a wet goddess you just met.
Look no further if you want an anime with unrivaled nudity, an extremely perverted protagonist, and a freakishly voluptuous goddess-like female lead. While So, I Can’t Play H isn’t a particularly good show, it can be quite enjoyable if you concentrate solely on the characters and plot.
9. To Love-RU
Rito Yuuki, a shy 16-year-old, has yet to declare his love for Haruna Sairenji, a classmate and the object of his adoration since junior high. Unfortunately, his situation becomes even more difficult when a mysterious, naked girl crashes into a bathing Rito one night.
Rito is further perplexed when he learns that the girl, Lala Satalin Deviluke, is the crown princess of an alien empire who has fled her home. Despite her status as the heiress to the galaxy’s most mighty power, Lala is more than willing to marry the seemingly ordinary Rito in order to avoid an unwanted political marriage.
To Love-Ru depicts Rito’s daily struggles dealing with the bizarre chaos that begins with Lala’s arrival. It’s a romantic comedy full of slapstick humor, sexy girls, and outlandishly lewd moments that defy the laws of physics, with an ever-growing legion of swooning beauties constantly foiling his attempted confessions to Haruna.
10. A Centaur’s Life
Himeno is a shy and sweet centaur girl. Everyone appears to be a supernatural creature in her world, and every one of her classmates has horns, wings, tails, halos, or other visible supernatural body parts. Himeno and her best friends, Nozomi and Kyouko, have a fun and mostly normal daily school life despite their supernatural elements!
It’s a show that’s equally concerned with social commentary as it is with cute girls. It can range from calm and peaceful scenes to scenes that hint at the world’s darker underpinnings. It’s one-of-a-kind. The anime makes interesting stories about trying to get society to work together when there are so many differences among the people who live there.
There are many intriguing stories, such as hints about how much effort it takes to build a peaceful, diverse society and keep it functioning as various issues arise as a result of having a diverse society.
11. Ao-chan Can’t Study!
Ao Horie would proudly proclaim the origins of her name as a young child. She is determined to study hard now that she is in high school so that one day she can escape the influence of her lascivious father, a famous erotic author. When the sweet Takumi Kijima confesses to Horie, however, her mind races with scandalous ideas.
Horie can’t help but misinterpret Kijima’s rather pure motivations as she moans, desperate to escape, her legs crossed, and a warmth spreading through her body. To make matters worse, no matter how hard she tries to keep Kijima at bay, he continues to pursue her. Now, if she could only concentrate on her studies!
The way MC thinks, and the fact that she believes all men are trash, elevates and distinguishes this show. It’s a lot of fun to watch MC figure out all of these unknown things, and it’s made even funnier because of what she expects.
This anime is a lot of fun. This show is absolutely hilarious, and it also has some very wholesome elements.
12. My Sweet Tyrant
Despite his extreme shyness, Atsuhiro “Akkun” Kagari has landed the girl of his dreams: the lovely Non Katagiri. In their daily lives, however, his embarrassment over-affectionate acts—from giving compliments to exchanging kisses—causes him to be harsh and downright mean to Katagiri.
Akkun, however, is still a young boy in love, and he expresses his admiration for Katagiri in his own unique way. He ends up stalking his own girlfriend, from following her to take her picture to listening in on her conversations.
Fortunately, Katagiri finds Akkun’s actions endearing and understands that he doesn’t mean any of his insults. Despite the fact that their close friend Masago Matsuo thinks their relationship is strange, Katagiri loves her sweet tyrant just as he is.
This anime is a short, brisk, and enjoyable show that is sure to please those looking for a good rom-com feel without having to invest in multiple seasons hoping that “best girl” isn’t “first girl.”
During the summer of Yuzu Aihara’s freshman year of high school, her mother remarried, forcing her to transfer to a new school. This inconvenient event is just another chance for Yuzu, a fashionable socialite, to meet new people, fall in love, and finally kiss for the first time.
Yuzu’s aspirations and sense of style, however, do not fit in at her new ultra-strict, all-girls school, which is full of obedient shut-ins and grade-skippers.
The imposing and beautiful student council president, Mei Aihara, is drawn to Yuzu’s garish appearance right away and begins sensually caressing her body in an attempt to seize her cellphone.
Yuzu returns home from her first day exhausted to discover a shocking truth: Mei is her new stepsister! Yuzu initially attempts to be friendly with her, but Mei’s cold shoulder routine forces Yuzu to begin teasing her.
Despite Yuzu’s desperate attempts to break free, Mei shoves her to the ground and kisses her before she can finish her sentence. Once she’s finished, Mei storms out of the room, leaving Yuzu to ponder what happened during the first kiss and the secrets behind her new sister’s tortured expression.
Chihaya Ayase, a tomboyish and strong-willed young lady, grows up in the shadow of her older sister. At first, she is content with her life until she meets Arata Wataya, who has no dreams of her own. Her elementary school’s quiet transfer student introduces her to competitive karuta, a physically and mentally demanding card game based on the Hundred Poets anthology.
Chihaya falls in love with the world of karuta after being enchanted by Arata and motivated by the idea of becoming the best in Japan. She joins the local Shiranami Society with the prodigy Arata and her haughty but hard-working friend Taichi Mashima. Until circumstances separate them, the trio spends their idyllic childhood days playing together.
Chihaya has developed into a karuta freak now that she is in high school. She hopes to establish the Municipal Mizusawa High Competitive Karuta Club, with the national championship at Omi Jingu as her goal. Chihaya’s dream of forming a karuta team is only one step away from becoming a reality now that she’s reunited with the now uninterested Taichi: she just needs to find members who share her enthusiasm for the game.
15. Chrono Crusade
The 1920s saw a lot of change and upheaval, with monstrous demons popping up all over the country. Known as the Order of Magdalene, this holy organization was founded to combat this threat. The young and rash Sister Rosette Christopher, as well as her partner Chrono, live in the organization’s New York branch. The renowned team is tasked with eliminating demonic threats, and despite causing extensive collateral damage on their missions, they are excellent at what they do.
Rosette and Chrono, however, are both driven by their dark pasts. Rosette hopes to locate her missing brother Joshua, who was kidnapped by the sinner and demon Aion, with whom Chrono also has a bloody history. While continuing to look for the truth about Joshua’s disappearance, the two of them must fight off an increasingly dangerous demonic threat and discover its source.
Character development is a strong suit in this anime, and it takes up the majority of the series. Even the supporting characters have their own distinct personalities. They all have their own distinct personalities and identities.
16. Domestic Girlfriend
Natsuo Fujii’s teacher, Hina, is the love of his life. To forget his feelings for her, Natsuo attends a mixer with his classmates, where he meets an odd girl named Rui Tachibana. The strangest event of the evening is that Rui asks Natsuo to sneak out with her.
His destination, to his surprise, is Rui’s house, where she has invited him to have sex with her. She does not act out of love; she simply wants to learn from it. In an attempt to forget Hina, Natsuo reluctantly agrees.
Due to this unusual encounter, Natsuo now has a new problem. With his father’s remarriage, he gains a new set of stepsisters; unfortunately, he is all too familiar with these two young ladies. He quickly discovers that his new siblings are Hina and Rui!
It’s essentially a slice-of-life story with a heavier emphasis on romance than most.
17. Golden Time
As a result of a tragic accident, Tada Banri suffers from amnesia, erasing his memories of his hometown and past. After befriending Yanagisawa Mitsuo, he leaves his old life behind and begins a new one at law school in Tokyo.
As he’s settling into college life, the arrival of Kaga Kouko turns Banri’s life upside down, which results in an unforgettable year for him.
After getting a glimpse of college life, Banri realizes that he is in a new world—a place where he can start over, make new friends, fall in love, make mistakes, and grow. And, as he comes to terms with who he is, the path he has chosen leads him to a life that he will never forget.
Its setup is unremarkable, but its storytelling makes Golden Time stand out. It is the dialogue and the situations that the main characters face in each episode that makes this show unique.
18. Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War
At the prestigious Shuchiin Academy, Miyuki Shirogane and Kaguya Shinomiya are the student body’s top representatives. Miyuki, the president of the student council, is a top student in the country, well-liked by both peers and mentors. Vice President Kaguya, daughter of the wealthy Shinomiya family, excels at almost everything alongside him. Everyone thinks they’re the perfect couple, and they’re the talk of the school.
Despite the fact that they have developed feelings for each other, neither of them will admit it. If you admit defeat first, you will be looked down on and considered inferior. As their honor and pride are at stake, Miyuki and Kaguya are both equally determined to emerge victorious on the battlefield of love!
Perfectly timed jokes, expert directing, and relatable characters are all present in this show. Whether you enjoy anime rom coms or not, this show deviates from the norm in new and exciting ways. Kaguya-sama: Love is War is an excellent series that can be enjoyed by anyone.
19. Samurai Girls
Great Japan is the envy of the world, with its beautiful landscape and prosperous people. The country, however, is in grave danger. Great Japan’s only defense is the Master Samurai, a mysterious group.
Muneakira Yagyuu, a young samurai, is summoned to Buou Academic School by the student council. The Tokugawa Shogunate runs the school, which provides aristocratic education to the children of warriors. Yoshihiko Tokugawa, the student council president, and his sister Sen, Muneakira’s childhood friend, are in charge of the school.
When Muneakira arrives at the academy, he finds himself in the middle of a terrible fight. The sky turns a strange white light during the chaos, and a mysterious girl named Juubei Yagyuu appears and kisses Muneakira. She awakens an unknown power that protects them with his kiss.
What is this mysterious young lady’s true identity, and where did she come from? Muneakira becomes entangled in the fate of the country as well as a threat that threatens to destroy Great Japan. To protect his country, he must solve the mystery surrounding the Master Samurai and the kiss that reawakened Juubei’s power.
Kouta is having supernatural girl problems. He continues to attract the attention and affections of animal spirits for some reason!
The story of Kanokon revolves around Kouta Okayama, a young first-year high school student who transfers to Kunpo High School after moving from the country to the city. Chizuru Minamoto, a lovely second-year female student, asks him to meet her alone in the music room on his first day at his new school. When he arrives, she reveals that she is a fox deity, and the two have been hanging out together ever since.
Nozomu is a wolf deity and a rival of Chizuru for Kouta’s affections. She is a first-year female student at Kouta’s school, and she is in love with Kouta.
The plot contains a lot of humor, and you’ll find yourself laughing quite a bit while watching the anime. Overall, this anime is amusing, funny, and enjoyable to watch.
21. School Days
Makoto Itou, a freshman in high school, first notices Kotonoha Katsura at the start of his second semester. Despite riding the same train every day, he is immediately enthralled by her beauty, but his shyness prevents him from approaching her. Instead, he secretly snaps a photo of her and sets it as his phone’s wallpaper: a charm that, if kept hidden, is said to aid in the realization of your love.
Sekai Saionji, however, notices the photo and, instead of reporting him, offers to help him set up with Kotonoha, even befriending her just for him. As a result, the trio forms an impromptu friendship.
School Days follows the lives of three teenagers as they navigate the ups and downs of being a high school student. The story of these three students will linger in memory long after the momentous conclusion filled with romance and melancholy.
School Days is a clever deconstruction, a stunning tragedy, a realistic harem, and a comedic satire all rolled into one.
22. Heaven’s Lost Property
Tomoki Sakurai has always awoken with tears in his eyes after having a dream about an angel since he was a child. Sohara Mitsuki, a childhood friend, is concerned and seeks the assistance of Eishirou Sugata, an eccentric sky maniac. He comes to the conclusion that Tomoki’s dream is undoubtedly linked to the so-called New World, a floating anomaly that scientists have been unable to explain.
Eishirou organizes a meeting to observe the mystery in the sky after recruiting the New World Discovery Club’s first members. The moment he is called ‘master’ by a mysterious girl who falls from the sky, Tomoki’s peaceful life is forever changed.
Sora no Otoshimono follows the New World Discovery Club’s daily activities as they learn more about the Angeloids who have arrived on Earth.
If you enjoy this type of comedy anime, Sora no otoshimono is a must-watch, especially if you enjoy comedic fan service.
When Kodaka Hasegawa learns he will be transferring to a new school, he is determined to make a good first impression and perhaps even make some friends. However, Kodaka finds himself out of luck when, due to his blond hair and intimidating expression, he is labeled a violent delinquent.
Even after a month has passed, Kodaka remains alone due to his infamous reputation. His life, however, begins to change when he discovers Yozora Mikazuki, a fellow loner, talking to an imaginary friend in an empty classroom.
After sharing stories about their lonely high school lives, Kodaka and Yozora decide to form the Neighbor’s Club to overcome the difficulties of making friends together.
Daily activities for people who don’t have friends include learning social skills and how to fit in, with the goal of allowing them to make friends. In this club full of hilarious oddballs, Kodaka may have finally found people he can call friends, thanks to the eroge-loving Sena Kashiwazaki and other eccentric outcasts.
It covers the fundamentals of interacting with others as well as the hilarity that ensues.
24. Queen’s Blade
There can’t be a shortage of formidable opponents in a land where every few years, the queen is chosen by a tournament. However, for one female warrior, an early defeat clearly demonstrates that she lacks experience despite having a bountiful body.
Fortunately, while defeat could spell doom, a powerful stranger saves her life. Unfortunately for this hero, her reward is a prison cell due to less-than-pure motives and cunning family members. When the inexperienced warrior she saved, tired of her current life of nobility, sets out to prove herself, she is quickly released.
The characters in Queen’s Blade are among the most stunningly beautiful women in anime. The characters are almost all one-of-a-kind and have their own quirks, making them both amusing and likable.
The characters in this show are all female, and they are all extremely attractive and easy on the eyes.
25. Manyuu Hikencho
During Japan’s Edo period, a clan of warriors emerged with a highly specialized, magical skill. This skill was the ability to cut a woman’s breasts smaller with a sword strike, and the clan was known as the Manyuu. Large breasts denote status, wealth, fame, and influence in Manyuu Hikenchou, despite the fact that this may not appear to be a power-wielding ability.
The actions of their chosen successor, Chifusa, have caused grave concern among the Manyuu clan. Chifusa has abandoned the clan and stolen the sacred scroll that details the Manyuu’s techniques for growing and severing breasts, disgusted with the breast-obsessed society they have created and perpetuated.
Chifusa, fortunately, is not completely alone. Kaede, a fellow warrior, is sympathetic to her cause, but this sympathy could put her in grave danger.
Chifusa must defend her and Kaede’s lives while trying to undo the damage their brethren have done to the land, as she is now wanted by the clan that raised her. Chifusa will discover along the way that she possesses a power far beyond her training, one that has the potential to shape and change the land to which she seeks to bring equality.
26. Ikki Tousen
In Japan’s Kanto region, seven different high schools are engaged in a turf war. A small number of students at these schools are in possession of sacred beads. Warriors’ souls from the Chinese history’s Three Kingdoms Era are housed in these magatama.
These students are not only endowed with the abilities to draw from the souls to which they are linked, but they are also endowed, or cursed, with the fates of these legendary warriors.
Young, caring, dim-witted Hakufu Sonsaku, who recently transferred to Nanyo Academy and will be living with her cousin, Koukin Shuyu, is one of these students. Due to her strength as a fighter and the possibility that she carries the spirit of Chinese warlord Sun Ce, Hakufu’s arrival creates an almost immediate sense of tension.
The most powerful fighters at Nanyo, known as “The Big Four,” are shaken by her presence and determined to prevent Hakufu from achieving her mother’s goal of conquering those who oppose her and uniting the seven schools.
If you like ecchi and fighting anime, you’ll enjoy it.
For six years, Akito and Akiko Himenokouji lived with separate families after their parents passed away. However, they have now reunited and are beginning to live together. Akiko’s romantic feelings for her brother are quickly apparent; however, Akito only sees her as a sibling.
Akiko’s dreams of living alone with her brother vanish when three more girls—Anastasia Nasuhara, Arashi Nikaidou, and Ginbei Haruomi Sawatari—move into their apartment. Furthermore, these girls all have feelings for Akito in some way, making it even more difficult for Akiko to get her brother’s full attention. As the girls fight over who will look after Akito, they display a variety of eroticisms that a normal man might find too much to handle.
The characters are all distinct, albeit unrealistically so, and their interactions are simply hilarious. Watch this if you want to smile, laugh, have a good time, or just get away from your stressful life.
28. Panty & Stocking with Ganterbelt
Panty and Stocking, the “Anarchy Sisters,” were expelled from Heaven for misbehaving, to put it mildly. These angels must pay their way back by exterminating ghosts in Daten City, led by a priest named Garterbelt. However, these unconventional angels’ task necessitates the use of unconventional weapons: they use their lingerie as weapons to dispatch the spirits.
Unfortunately, neither of them takes their responsibilities seriously, preferring instead to pursue other “hobbies”: Panty will sleep with anything that walks, and Stocking prefers to stuff her face with sweets over ghost hunting.
In Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, we follow these two rambunctious angels as they battle ghosts, an overflow of bodily fluids, and their own tendency to get sidetracked.
This oddball show is fantastic. This anime is a strange comedy that everyone who likes a good comedy should watch.
29. Food Wars
Souma Yukihira, fifteen, has worked as a sous chef in the restaurant that his father owns and runs since he was a child. It was a passion of Souma’s to entertain his customers with culinary creations that were creative, skilled, and daring over time. His ambition is to one day become the head chef of his family’s restaurant.
When Souma’s father decides to close the restaurant in order to put his cooking skills to the test in restaurants all over the world, he sends him to Tootsuki Culinary Academy, an elite cooking school where only 10% of students graduate. The school is known for its “Shokugeki,” or “food wars,” in which students compete in high-stakes cooking competitions.
As Souma and his new classmates struggle to survive Tootsuki’s extreme lifestyle, he faces increasingly difficult challenges, putting his years of training under his father to the test.
There are a plethora of fascinating characters, each with their own backstories, personalities, and desires. It’s difficult to find someone in this series who is universally disliked because they all have strengths and flaws that anyone can relate to.
30. To Love Ru Darkness
The situation is spiraling out of control as close encounters of the twisted kind between the residents of the planet Develuke and the inhabitants of Earth continue to escalate. Things should go smoothly for junior princesses Nana and Momo when they transfer to Earth School, where big sister LaLa can keep an eye on them.
When Momo decides to “supplement” Rito’s relationship with LaLa with some “sisterly love,” you can bet LaLa won’t waste any time splitting harems. Unfortunately, Yami, the Golden Darkness, arrives on the scene with all the subtlety of a supernova, accompanied by an army of possessed high school students, just at that point!
All of this is guaranteed to make Rito’s life as bad as a black hole at a family picnic. Unless a certain semi-demonic princess can use a little of her Develukean Whoop Ass to precisely that portion of other celestial bodies!
To Love-Ru Darkness is a direct sequel, but unlike its prequels, it places a greater emphasis on the characters and plot.
31. Prison School
Hachimitsu Private Academy, a prestigious boarding school for girls on the outskirts of Tokyo, is known for its high-quality education and disciplined students. It looks like this is about to change, thanks to a revision of the school’s most famous policy, which now allows boys to enroll as well.
Only five boys were accepted at the start of the first semester under the new decree, dividing the student population into 200 girls to 1 boy. Kiyoshi, Gakuto, Shingo, Andre, and Jo are quickly dismissed without the opportunity to make a good first impression.
Because they were unable to communicate with their female classmates, the eager boys decided to embark on a far more dangerous mission: peeping into the girls’ bath!
The motley crew’s freedom is abruptly taken from them after their plan is thoroughly decimated by the infamous Underground Student Council, as they are thrown into the school’s prison with a month’s sentence as punishment.
The story of the boys’ harsh lives in Prison School begins here, a righteous struggle that will ultimately put their friendships and perverted brotherhood to the test.
32. Yosuga no Sora
Haruka and Sora Kasugano are returning to their hometown, a place full of memories.
Due to the death of their parents in a car accident, the twins decide to return to their grandfather’s house in the countryside and start a new life, which serves as a constant reminder of their past. Childhood friends Nao Yorihime and Akira Amatsume, as well as newcomer Kazuha Migiwa, greet them. It’s a warm welcome, a foreshadowing of the days ahead.
Their tranquility is fleeting, however, as suppressed emotions, born of newfound and forgotten vows, begin to influence the twins’ new lives. And a dark secret that only they know begins to unravel.
Yosuga no Sora not only examines the power of lost memories and true love when many people’s bonds become entwined, but it also raises moral and social issues.
This isn’t hentai in any way. Yes, the protagonist has sex with multiple girls throughout the series, but these scenes have significance. More than the act of having sex, what matters is how they got there, the stories behind each girl.
33. Recently, My Sister is Unusual
This anime follows a family that is just beginning to rebuild. When Mr. and Mrs. Kanzaki marry, they bring a teenage son and daughter with them. Mitsuki Kanzaki, a high school freshman, is less than enthusiastic. She is hesitant to accept her stepfather and stepbrother because she has a history of absent and abusive father figures.
Mitsuki is possessed by the ghost of Hiyori Kotobuki, a girl her age who was deeply in love with Mitsuki’s stepbrother Yuuya after an accident lands her in the hospital. Hiyori is unable to pass on to her final reward because of her unrequited love for Yuuya, which means she must consummate it in Mitsuki’s body.
Mitsuki’s life now depends on getting Hiyori to Heaven. Will she, however, grow accustomed to sharing herself with a pushy, amorous ghost? Will she be able to get over her apprehensions about her new family? Will she be able to satisfy Hiyori’s feelings for Yuuya? And is it possible that she is concealing her own feelings?
This anime is a fantastic blend of genres, and you will love the constant bursts of humor.