Top 40 Best Hentai Anime Of All Time – 2020

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Top 40 Best Hentai Anime Of All Time - 2020

Hentai is a genre of anime, involving sexual literature. The word “hentai” describes a person or action, depicting the state of sexual abnormality. Hentai only reflects those sexual circumstances that are considered to be perverse and abnormal, such as gang rape and incest.

The genre is gaining popularity in recent times as they usually manifest certain tropes that are very dark, unrealistic and immoral at times. Some of the tropes are often considered as taboo in society, such as incest. As a result, they can only be realised in animation.

Some tropes of h-anime quite popular among the fans are rape, tentacle rape, incest, paedophilia, child by rape, depraved bisexual and cold-blooded torture to name a few. The following list includes many series which have everything for the hentai lovers, including both the hardcore lovers or the soft ones.

1. Monster Musume: Everyday Life With Monster Girls

Aired On:  7 July 2015

Episodes: 12

Monster Musume Everyday Life With Monster Girls

Monster Musume is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Okayado. An anime adaptation of the same name aired from July to September 2015 and is licensed by Sentai Filmworks under the title Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls.

The Plot Line takes place in an alternate universe where the Japanese government has kept a secret: mythical creatures such as centaurs, mermaids, harpies, and lamias are real. After revealing their existence, the government begins the process of intermingling them in society.

After three years, the process has the various creatures staying with the humans as guests. But they have certain duties and restrictions, the primary restrictions being that liminals and humans are forbidden from harming each other or procreating.

It is this arrangement that brings Kimihito Kurusu into the scene. He does not want to involve himself as a volunteer here, but when Kuroko Smith delivers the very scared and embarrassed Miia to his door by mistake, he does not have the heart to send her away and they start living together.

Slowly the number of otherworldly creatures starts exploding in his apartment, creating issues in terms of lodging but most importantly because of raging hormones.

Everything comes to a stop when he is told that because of expected changes in the law dealing with human-liminal relationships, he is expected, as a test case, to marry one of the girls, thus increasing their competition for his attention.

The reason it is ranked the highest amongst all the Hentai animes is that the sensual scenes here are picturised very tastefully, that is bound to give you viewing pleasure in the most comfortable way possible.

2. KissxSis

Aired On: April 5, 2010

Episodes:12

KissxSis

Kiss×sis is a Japanese seinen manga written and illustrated by Bow Ditama. It got commissioned for an anime adaptation and is produced by Feel animation studio. A twelve-episode television show aired from April 5 to June 21, 2010, on AT-X, and an original video animation series from December 22, 2008, to April 6, 2015.

In a lot of ways, it is a very complex anime and brings into question some intense issues. It deals with a trio of step-siblings and how as they age, their feelings for each other complicate and change from being just platonic.

The trio in question is Keita Suminoe, a third-year Japanese middle school student and his older twin stepsisters, Ako and Riko.

Since the remarriage of their parents at childhood, the siblings have always been affectionately close and supportive of one another. Nowadays the trio sees their opposites in a noticeably less platonic fashion; Ako and Riko frequently flirt and lust after Keita while, much to his stress, he fights the urge to give in to them.

It mainly focuses on the adolescent period of these characters. It is one of the few animes out there which really talks about how significant transformation occurs during this period. Not only do the characters grow physically but also emotionally, their feelings reach a place or point completely unknown to them before.

The anime sometimes might seem to be a lot to take in. But it is also very humorous and lively, which perfectly balances out its intensity in more ways than one.

3. High School D*D

Aired On: January 6, 2012

Episodes: 12 + 6 OVAs

High School D D

High School DxD is a Japanese light novel series written by Ichiei Ishibumi and illustrated by Miyama-Zero. It first got the manga treatment when it began serialization in Fujimi Shobo’s Dragon Magazine in its September 2008 issue. A 12 episode anime adaptation started airing from January 6, 2012, to March 23, 2012.

The story centres around  Issei Hyodo, a high school student who suffers death from the hands of his first date, a fallen angel. The reason he meets this tragic end is because of his personality and immoral desires. Those desires include being an illicit harem king.

He is later revived as a demon to become a literal slave to Rias Gremory. As he serves her and her family feelings develop between them, which throws everything off in their world. Their whole equation from the onset is deemed dangerous to the angels, the fallen angels, and the devils.

An important setting in this story is Kuoh Academy, as school settings are quite popular among anime lovers. It is mysterious as well as juicy. The viewers anticipate a lot of sensuality from it as it is a former all-girls school that has recently turned co-ed. The mysterious aspect of this set comes with its secret.  Unknown to normal humans, angels, fallen angels and devils comprise part of the student population.

There are various exciting and inciting sequences between Rias and Issei, like when he discovers her naked for the first time. The sexual overtones of it are replaced by seriousness when Issei understands the reality of his situation. We are rooted in this relationship from the beginning to the end, through all its phases and against all of its problems.

4. Highschool of The Dead

Aired On-  July 5, 2010

Episodes- 12 + OVA

Highschool of The Dead

Highschool of the Dead, known in Japan as Apocalyptic Academy: Highschool of the Dead, is a Japanese manga series written by Daisuke Satō and illustrated by Shōji Satō. An anime adaptation of the same name aired from July 5, 2010, to September 20, 2010, for 12 episodes.

It aired on the Japanese network AT-X with subsequent broadcasts on TV Kanagawa, Tokyo MX, Chiba TV, KBS Kyoto, TV Aichi, TV Saitama, and Sun TV. Produced by Geneon Universal Entertainment, Showgate, AT-X and Madhouse, the series is directed by Tetsurō Araki, with Yōsuke Kuroda handling series composition, Masayoshi Tanaka designing the characters and Takafumi Wada composing the music.

The story is based on an apocalypse, where a bunch of high school students are caught. It is in a sort similar to The Walking Dead situation, where every person who comes in contact with the affected, also starts suffering from the pandemic.

This situation results in huge drawbacks for the entire world, with the entire society falling down in shambles. Every system goes into the mode of self-destruction, mostly because of the corrupt people involved in it.

We see this corruption in its truest form through the group of a high school teacher and his students that our protagonists face while going back to their hometown. This group rather than investing their energy to improve the situation, is actually deteriorating it by taking advantage of it.

All its central characters are high school students. They all act their age which results in some very memorable and visually appealing sequences. Though filled with interesting issues like a pandemic, corruption and moral disintegration, which makes it a go beyond the genre of hentai anime.

5. Shimoneta: A Boring World Where The Concept Of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist

Aired On- July 4, 2015

Episodes- 12

Shimoneta A Boring World Where The Concept Of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist

Its place as a hentai anime is cemented by its very title. Shimoneta means “vulgar slang”, “dirty joke,” “blue joke,” or “erotic topic.” Exactly all the things not allowed in the world depicted here but forms the premise of this anime.

An anime television series adaptation by J.C.Staff aired from July 4 to September 19, 2015, comprising 12 episodes. The series was produced by J.C.Staff and directed by Youhei Suzuki, with Masahiro Yokotani handling the scripts, Masahiro Fujii designing the characters, and Akiyuki Tateyama composing the music.

This anime takes place in an alternate Japan where strict rules against lewd behaviour has been placed. Anybody doing a weird gesture or passing sexual comments is immediately punished or put behind bars.

This system takes a toll on our protagonist Tanukichi Okuma. His simple dream of being close to his crush and student council president, Anna Nishikinomiya. It shatters when he finds himself entwined in a mess.

He becomes involved with a perverted terrorist “Blue Snow” (“Tundra’s Blue” in some translations) who kidnaps him and forces him to join her organisation. The organisation is actively working against these strict rules, by creating and spreading pornographic material across the city as a form of protest against the regulations.

Tanukichi is an interesting character to have as a protagonist, simply because he is living on an edge. He doesn’t want to be involved in the lewd and vulgar activities but finds it stimulating and enjoyable because of the encouragement his father showered him with.

Though this interest in lewd activities is what got his father arrested, and therefore he wants to have a distance from it. But this desire is buried when he is forced to align with “Blue Snow”, who he begins to have a love-hate relationship with.

6. Yosuga No Sora

Aired On- October 4, 2010

Episodes- 12

Yosuga No Sora

Yosuga No Sora was initially developed as a Japanese romance/drama adult visual novel, by Cuffs. Its storyline was so interesting that it was adapted into a serialized manga and an anime television series.

The anime begins on a very serious and tragic note as our protagonists, the Kasugano twins are tragically orphaned. To cope up with their loss they travel to their Grandparents’ house, to gain some clarity and peace.

Them being twins adds an interesting layer to the anime. They are physically alike, but spiritually, mentally and in their personality – they cannot be more different. This difference characterises their way of coping with this loss. One of them wants to move on, while the other finds a sort of warmth in that pain.

The relationship between the twins Haruka and Sora is in every form and manner incest. But the show picturises there moments very tenderly, that you are bound to fall in love with it or root for it. He does go on to have three other love interests, but none match the epic nature of the twins. They face a very tough road, after having their relationship revealed to their grandparents.

Apart from their grandparents, they face challenges from Nao Yorihime, who proves to be a huge contender for Haruka’s heart. Her past with Haruka is also very interesting, to say the least. She had feelings for him and raped him because of that. Though burdened with that, she still pursued him after his return but does not expect a rival in the form of Sora.

7. To Love-Ru

Aired On- April 4, 2008

Episodes-  26

To Love-Ru

To Love Ru is a Japanese manga series written by Saki Hasemi and illustrated by Kentaro Yabuki, creator of Black Cat. The manga was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from April 2006 to August 2009, and the chapters collected into 18 tankōbon volumes.

A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by Xebec aired in 2012. A second season    of To Love Ru: Darkness, called To Love Ru: 2nd Darkness 2, aired in 2015. Four OVA episodes of To Love Ru: 2nd Darkness were released between January 2016 and November 2017.

The series really shines and puts the focus on the harem genre of anime. We have multiple layered interests for our main characters. All of these characters make for very interesting sequences which pivot between being funny and sexy.

Our main character in the story is Rito Yuki, a shy and clumsy high-school student who cannot confess his love to the girl of his dreams, Haruna Sairenji. But his world turns upside down when Lala Satalin Deviluke, the runaway crown princess of the planet Deviluke appears in his bathtub naked.

In a classic hentai like situation, he somehow gets engaged to Lala, even after trying his hardest to get rid of her. As he tries to get Lala accustomed to life on earth, he warms up to her but at the same time, he also achieves his dream of getting close to his dream girl, Haruna- creating a very colourful love triangle in the process.

Considering the Harem aspect of it, there are of course more girls in this already complicated equation- such as the uptight, high-strung girl Yui Kotegawa, the gender-switching alien Run/Ren, and the queen bee Saki Tenjouin, among others.

8. Prison School

Aired On- July 11, 2015

Episodes- 12

Prison School

Prison School is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akira Hiramoto. It was serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine from February 2011 to December 2017. Yen Press has licensed the manga in North America.

Since then it has received an anime adaptation of 12 episodes and a live-action treatment as well. It was so applauded at the time of its release that it became one of two winners of the Best General Manga award alongside Gurazeni at the 37th Kodansha Manga Award.

It is a very humorous and juicy drama, filled with a lot of twists and turns. Its setting is as scintillating as you can imagine. It is set in an academy which till the last year was all- girls and now suddenly has made provisions to admit boys.

Kiyoshi Fujino is one of these new boys, but he discovers to his shock that he and his four friends—Takehito “Gakuto” Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Jouji “Joe” Nezu, and Reiji “Andre” Andou—are the only male students among 1,000 girls.

Their lives become more difficult with the draconian laws that are still in place and make the school even worse. The law punishes even the most minor infractions with a stay in the school’s prison.

In the prison, Fujino is faced with another uncomfortable discovery, that all the other boys are masochists that revel in the punishments handed to them by their attractive but vicious supervisors.

It is a classic high school sitcom, with plenty of light-hearted as well as sensual scenes to maintain a healthy balance. The students of Hachimitsu Academy, develop feelings and stumble into the most awkward of situations, just to keep the viewers fulfilled and entertained.

9. Sekirei

Aired On- July 2, 2008

Episodes- 12+OVA

Sekirei

Sekirei is a Japanese manga series by Sakurako Gokurakuin. The manga was serialized in Square Enix’s seinen magazine Young Gangan between December 2004 and August 2015. An anime adaptation, produced by Seven Arcs and directed by Keizō Kusakawa aired in Japan between July and September 2008, and a second season aired between July and September 2010.

Even though the success of the second season made everyone in the fandom confident about a third season, it did not materialize because Funimation, the show’s American partner did not find it worth investing.

The anime follows the life of a normal and average student, Minato Sahashi. He unfortunately is a ronin aka a student who even after multiple attempts has failed to gain admission into an institution.

His dull and miserable life changes dramatically when he meets several girls with special powers called “Sekirei”, and is dragged into a battle to decide the fate of the world.

Minato Sahashi also goes on a journey of self-growth, as he slowly begins to grow more confident about himself. The whole reason why he, at the inception of the show, was not able to pass the exams was because he lacked self-confidence.

But the battle makes him step up to the task, and really explore his strengths and become proud of himself. Though it is not all battles, sometimes things get a little awkward for him as well. The whole reason he becomes entangled in this is because, a girl named Musubi chooses him as her “Ashikabi”, one of the mysterious set of humans that have the genetic trait and can make a contract by kissing the Sekirei

But things become a dumpster fire when five other Sekirei choose him as their Ashikabi, each also forming a contract with him. Now, Minato must find a way to survive both the life-threatening battles of the Sekirei Plan and his partners’ fierce competition for him.

10. Shinmai Maou No Testament

Aired On- January 7, 2015

Episodes-  12 + OVA

Shinmai Maou No Testament

The Testament of Sister New Devil aka Shinmai Maou No Testament, is a Japanese light novel series written by Tetsuto Uesu and illustrated by Nekosuke Ōkuma. After gaining a manga adaptation, it got commissioned for an anime adaptation of the same name, the first season of which premiered on January 7, 2015.

Basara Tojo is your average happy go lucky high schoolboy. He has never had one out of place thing in his life. But everything changes, when his father Jin suddenly gets “remarried”. Not only does he get remarried, but he also brings his step-daughter to Tojo’s life.

Mio Naruse and Maria Naruse, his two stepsisters are beyond cute and sexy. But they have a deep secret, that they are actually part of a demon clan. The cherry on the top happens when it is revealed that Tojo is meant to be with the hero clan.

A mishap in which Mio, the demon princess, tries to make Tojo a slave ends up in a situation where she becomes a slave to Tojo.

Basara is then always getting into ecchi scenarios, more the while, to protect Mio from being pursued by other demons who are after her heritage, passed down by the former Demon Lord Wilbert.

The funniest sequence in the Anime happens when Mio, being a slave, whenever she does not follow Tojo, gains a penalty. This penalty is a strong aphrodisiac effect that can only be relieved by the touch of the master, leading to a strong orgasmic release.

11. My Wife Is The Student Council President

Aired On- July 2, 2015

Episodes- 12

My Wife Is The Student Council President

In a few words, My Wife Is The Student Council President is a perfect erotic comedy. The pair in the centre of all the drama are Hayato Izumi and Ui Wakana. It has had two seasons in total. The first season began from July and lasted till September 2015. A second season aired from October 2 to December 18, 2016.

You have confused teenagers filled with hormones and one of them is very shy while the other wants to get out and explore everything possible. This makes for an exciting, funny and sexy dynamic.

They are both arranged to marry each other. But before knowing each other as fiances they are acquainted with each other as competitors for the post of student council president. Hayato Izumi ends up becoming the vice-president on the student council.

After letting the two know  that they would be spouses, their respective parents encourage them to live with each other. Hayato’s parents literally force him to go into cohabitation with Ui.

Though Hayato seems a little flabbergasted by it Ui is more than ready to jump on the wagon. Ui is a perky and charismatic girl, who is really interested in sexual activities and getting a fiance is like a gold mine for her to harvest her interests

She does not only desire sexual freedom for herself but also for everyone. One of her biggest moves during her presidential campaign was to throw condoms into the audience during her election speech. Throughout the series she tries to please Hayato romantically and even sexually, knowing very little about how to do so.

12. Scum’s Wish

Aired On- January 12, 2017

Episodes- 12

Scum's Wish

Though quite sexually charged, Scum’s wish is a very subtle and sweet story about a bunch of people dealing with and growing through their emotions. It is about unrequited love and how every character chooses to deal with it.

Both Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya have found themselves in very similar situations. Both of them are in love with people, they have no chance with, who have chosen other people, over them.

To cope with the hurt and pain they feel, both of them agree to go into a relationship of benefits with each other, both emotionally and physically. They agree to back down the moment, their objects of affections return their feelings. And the most important part of their arrangement is that they promise not to fall in love with each other.

Their objects of affection don’t make the situation easier for them by falling for each other. It is a real test for both the characters as they learn and transform through this experience. It makes them more mature and observant. The hurt that they feel makes them more receptive and careful about other people’s feelings.

In their own personal life, before each others’ arrival, they were not really respectful of other people’s feelings. Hanabi used her best friend Sanae’s complex feelings towards her to get her mind over Narumi. In a similar fashion Mugi used Noriko.

We are also taken into the journeys of these two characters, who at first are seemingly punished for no fault of their own. The crux of this drama is what do these people get out of this emotion called love. Does it finish them emotionally or do they grow from it?

13. Heaven’s Lost Property

Aired On- October 4, 2009

Episodes-  13+ OVA

Heaven's Lost Property

Heaven’s Lost Property is a drama with a lot of humorous overtones. The characters in this series all belong to the teen demographic, which makes them fertile test cases for sensual pleasures of that age.

Tomoki is our hero; he is both an ideal and in some cases very awkward. He wants to be helpful and is a very good friend to everyone in his life. But, due to the influence of his mother and grandfather he is also very perverted. The only wish that he has is that he can live a quiet life in Sorami City.

His Peace and quiet is constantly disrupted by some unique personalities like, Sohara Mitsuki, his next-door neighbor with a killer karate chop; Eishiro Sugata, an eccentric pseudo-scientist bent on discovering the “New World”; and Mikako Satsukitane, their school’s sadistic student council president.

But all of it really flips on its head when a UMA (Unidentified Mysterious Animal) crash-landed near him. Tomoki discovers that what fell from the sky is a winged female humanoid named Ikaros from an unknown world of Synapse, who soon declares herself to be Tomoki’s servant.

From then on, more creatures known as “Angeloids” arrive; with this, he loses his peace and quiet, but at the same time enjoys a pleasant time with the Angeloids. He also fights the forces that fall upon Earth. The anime was extremely successful and garnered two seasons in all, followed by a feature film, and two video games. A second film was released in Japan on April 26, 2014.

14. Keijo!!!!!!!!

Aired On- October 6, 2016

Episodes-  12 + 6 OVA

Keijo!!!!!!!!

Keijo!!!!!!!! also known as Hip Whip Girl, is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Daichi Sorayomi. It was serialized in Shogakukan’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from July 2013 to April 2017. An anime miniseries adaptation aired from October to December 2016.

Keijo!!! Is one of the few hentai anime out there that is depicted through the eyes of a girl. Though in the most characteristic style of hentai anime, it is vulgar and sexual to the highest degree. There is also a lot of passion in the plot, mainly because of it being based on sports.

We get the dominant presence of two sports here- Gymnastics and Keijo. It also brings to focus a huge issue about investment in sports. Our protagonist, Nozomi Kaminashi categorically leaves the sport she likes, gymnastics because she finds more investment and financial interest in Keijo.

The series takes place in a futuristic Japan, in the 21st century, where all the craze is about Keijo. This game has garnered a huge popularity in the anime because of its unique set up.

Keijo matches are held atop floating platforms, referred to as a “Land”, in large water-filled stadiums where swimsuit-clad players fight to incapacitate their opponents or push them out to the water, but they can only hit each other using their breasts or buttocks.

The nature of the sport encourages a lot of sexualisation, which the show handles with a lot of humour. An empowering thing about it is that girls take charge of themselves. Nobody uses it or takes it from them, they use it for themselves, for their own benefit. It shows how important money is for everyone, that sometimes it can precede passion or even love.

15. Bikini Warriors

Aired On- July 7, 2015

Episodes- 12

Bikini Warriors

Bikini Warriors is a very popular franchise in Japan. If Pokemon and Digimon is for Children and Young Adults, then Bikini Warriors is for the Adults. It primarily consists of a series of fantasy figures created by Hobby Japan and Megahouse, featuring character designs from multiple artists including Rei Hiroe, Hisasi, Saitom and Tony.

An anime television series based on the manga by studios Feel and PRA aired from July 7 to September 22, 2015. Madman Entertainment secured streaming rights in Australia & New Zealand, who simulcasted the series on AnimeLab. Funimation announced they had secured streaming rights within North America, and simulcasted the series on their paid platforms.

It features a cast full of powerful and strong women, ready to take over anyone and everyone. The anime deals with four female adventurers living in a fantasy world teeming with dangerous monsters and hostile magicians.

The most appealing visual about them is, the bikini armours they wear while doing it. Though revealing, these armours get their job done, when it comes to fighting off these bad forces. At the same time, they have to try to get comfortable with the idea of exposing too much of their curvaceous physiques.

As the title suggests, this show is filled with appealing and sensual visuals. We find plenty of scintillating sequences in this show. But it is also at the same time,  it shows friendship between women, female companionship and reflects how feminine strength should be appreciated. We also see our protagonists, slowly and steadily getting comfortable with their sexuality.

16. Kill La Kill

Aired On- October 4, 2013

Episodes- 24

Kill La Kill

Kill La Kill has a very interesting premise, that beautifully unifies both the suspense and thriller elements into the humorous undertones. Its premise follows vagrant schoolgirl Ryuko Matoi as she searches for her father’s killer. This brings her in a confrontational dynamic with our other protagonist, Satsuki Kiryuin, the iron-willed student council president of Honnouji Academy, and her mother’s fashion empire.

The Student council is a huge part of this Anime, as we get our primary villains out of it. They wear Goku Uniforms which give their wearers superhuman abilities because they are constructed with a special material known as life fibers.

After finding them to be her first obstacle to be this council, Ryoko does not waste a second and challenges them where she is initially easily defeated by Takaharu Fukuroda. To combat this situation, she finds a sentient sailor uniform that she names Senketsu, a Kamui  which is completely made of Life Fibers and transforms her so that she can face Kiryuin and her trials and obstacles.

At this point we are introduced to another character, Mako Mankanshoku who befriends Ryoko and allows her to stay with herself and her family. The story then moves forward to a battle royal and king-of-the-hill event known as Naturals Election, where she finally meets the object of her revenge- Nui Harime, the wielder of the other Scissor Blade and the murderer of Ryuko’s father.

This fight is one of the most breathtaking and beautiful sequences of the Anime, it is portrayed as a battle of two extremes which results in  Ryuko transforming into an uncontrollable monster.

The Anime has everything from beauty to sensuality, layered characters to root worthy couples and moments.

17. The Qwaser Of Stigmata

Aired On- January 9, 2010

Episodes-  24

The Qwaser Of Stigmata

The Qwaser of Stigmata achieved a huge popularity during the time of its airing. The series gained a lot of attention for its violence, fan service, and the use of special breast milk (referred to as Soma) as a central plot device.

The Anime follows Mafuyu Oribe and Tomo Yamanobe, both outcasts at the institution, St. Mihailov Academy, where they study. They have endured persecution and isolation, from other students, an attack mostly led by the daughter of the current dean, Miyuri Tsujidou and her second-in-command Hana Katsuragi.

But their lives completely change when one day, they encounter the silver-haired Russian-born Alexander “Sasha” Nikolaevich Hell in a very gruesome state and decide to heal him back to health.

Sasha, indebted to them, decides to repay Mafuyu and Tomo’s kindness and decides to punish and deflect their perpetrators in his own manner. But Sasha’s background as a throw-away Qwaser from the Adepts creates a much bigger change in St. Mihailov Academy.

The Adepts make a literal war zone out of the Academy, in order to acquire the Theotokos of Tsarytsin from Athos, who wishes to keep the icon’s existence a secret from the world.

The anime is very notorious in every way possible. So much so, that a censored version was aired on Biglobe. The characters being high school students really come forward with their emotions. But at its core, it is a story about deep bonds between people and how much ostracisation feels hurtful, especially at that age.

18. The Comic Artist And His Assistants

Aired On- April 7, 2014

Episodes- 12

The Comic Artist And His Assistants

The Comic Artist And His Assistants is truly in all its glory, a fine piece of hentai anime. Everyone in this anime is hyper sexualised and the viewers will get all their desired entertainment, and it will be worth every penny they have invested.

It centers around a perverted manga writer, Yūki Aito. His main loves and desires is to make love with everyone close to him and draw panties. Though very comfortable with his own lifestyle he becomes a source of nuisance and discomfort for his assistant, Ashisu. He constantly puts her into awkward situations and she is forced to cope with Aito’s shenanigans.

Yūki Aito, is a very interesting character to have as a protagonist, to say the least. He by all means, has been proven to be a very skilled manga writer, but all his capabilities and achievements diminish because of his masochist attitude.

His obsession with women undergarments, is very unnerving- but acts as a plot device for great humour. His work ethic is also not really great, he has the habit of doing his manga work at the last minute before fixed deadlines due to engaging in his other interests, much to his editor’s distress.

Sahoto Ashisu, his assistant, is the most distressed character in the series. Her cause of distress mainly roots from her being the constant target of her boss’ shenanigans. He asks her to be his model, and considering the vulgar content of his manga, it is not at all comfortable for Ashisu.

Even though she has the morals and decency her art is not as prolific as Aito. She is constantly rejected by publishers, while they swarm around Aito, who seems to have a natural talent for it. This dysfunctional relationship between the two of them keeps the Anime interesting and worth watching.

19. Food Wars: Shokugeki No Soma

Aired On- April 3, 2015

Episodes-  75 + 5 OVAs

Food Wars Shokugeki No Soma

Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma is a Japanese shōnen manga series written by Yūto Tsukuda and illustrated by Shun Saeki.

An anime adaptation by J.C.Staff aired between April 3 and September 25, 2015. A second season named Food Wars! The Second Plate aired between July 2 and September 24, 2016. The first part of the third season, referred to as Food Wars! The Third Plate aired between October 4 and December 20, 2017. The second half aired between April 9 and June 25, 2018. A fourth season entitled Food Wars! The Fourth Plate aired between October 12 and December 28, 2019. The fifth and final season premiered on April 11, 2020.

This anime showcases a very extreme and competitive environment. It takes place in a prestigious culinary institute, Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute. It is an elite organisation and admits only a few chosen pupils every year.

It is a world of its own, wide-ranging resort with many research societies (clubs), cooking classrooms, and large arenas used for competitions. Housing conditions vary, but the most affordable is the Polaris Dormitory, where characters have to impress the dorm matron with a dish in order to secure residence.

They also have their own food wars to decide on matters of urgent importance like cooking utensils, research society facilities, council membership, or even expulsion from the school. The rivalry/ friendship between two of our protagonists, Erina and Soma adds the feel of a Campus drama to it. We grow with them, peek into their adventures and learn an immense deal from them.

20. Haganai

Aired On- October 7, 2011

Episodes- 12

Haganai

Haganai, short for Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai  is a Japanese light novel series written by Yomi Hirasaka, illustrated by Buriki, and published by Media Factory.

A 12-episode anime adaptation by AIC Build aired in Japan between October and December 2011. An original video animation episode was released on September 26, 2012. A second anime season, Haganai NEXT, aired between January and March 2013. A live-action film adaptation was released on February 1, 2014.

The setting of this anime, in a variety of ways, is heartwarming. It deals with people who some or the other reason fail in making friends. To save themselves from this loneliness, the two protagonists, Kodaka Hasegawa and Yozora Mikazuki, decide to create a club composed of people dealing with ordeals similar to them.

This club leads the show towards various interesting and layered characters- Sena Kashiwazaki is an attractive but arrogant idol who has no female friends and treats the boys as her slaves; Yukimura Kusunoki is an effeminate underclassman who idolizes Kodaka and strives to become manly like him; Rika Shiguma is a genius scientist with a perverted mind; Kobato Hasegawa is Kodaka’s little sister who generally cosplays as a vampire; and Maria Takayama, a ten-year-old foul-mouthed nun who serves as the club’s advisor.

This club goes on various activities to solve their inability to create friendships, but in the process make memories worth a lifetime. They become actual friends to each other and realise that what they were looking for is not outside the group but inside it, in its bonds and relationships.

21. Love Hina

Aired On-April 19, 2000

Episodes-24 + OVA

Love Hina

Love Hina is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 21, 1998 to October 31, 2001, with the chapters collected into 14 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha.

A twenty-four episode anime adaptation of the manga series, produced by Xebec, aired in Japan from April 19, 2000, to September 27, 2000. It was followed by a bonus DVD episode, Christmas and Spring television specials, and a three episode original video animation (OVA) entitled Love Hina again.

At its very core this show is a love story between two characters, who don’t even know each other’s’ name. It shows how one promise, made at a meaningful moment could hold so much value, that you can devote your passion and life towards it.

One of the characters that made this promise or vow was Keitarō Urashima. He met a girl when he was young, and made a pact with her to enter the University of Tokyo together. The twist in the story is that he does not know her name.

In the entire series, we see him looking for this girl, because in his heart she is his soulmate, and he in no manner wants to give up on her. We have two other characters in the form of Naru Narusegawa and Mutsumi Otohime, who through their personality add a lot of shine to this already glowing anime.

The series has proved to be extremely popular around the world, both commercially and critically. In Japan, the manga sold over 16 million copies and over 1 million anime DVDs were also sold.

22. Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya

Aired On-July 13, 2013

Episodes-10+ OVA

Fate Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya

Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya  is a manga series by Hiroshi Hiroyama, serialized in Kadokawa Shoten’s Comp Ace magazine from 2007 to 2008. It is an alternate universe spin-off of the Fate/stay night visual novel by Type-Moon, with Illyasviel von Einzbern as the protagonist.

The first season, a 10-episode anime television series adaptation by Silver Link, aired in Japan between July 13 and September 14, 2013. The series was simulcast by Crunchyroll.

This anime is thoroughly focused on female power, and at the same time it is about female companionship. It is about the relationship between different females in a work environment aka Battlefield. It shows how if guardianship and tutelage replaces mutual jealousy, it will lead to a better world.

TheaAnime follows Illyasviel von Einzbern, an ordinary elementary school student who is imbibed with magic when the magical Kaleidostick Ruby deems her a more suitable master than the sorceress, Rin Tohsaka. Rin, who had been tasked by the wizard Zelretch to collect the seven Class Cards containing the spirits of Heroic Spirits from legend, finds that she is unable to change Ruby’s mind and must supervise Illya in completing the task of collecting the Class Cards.

In the midst of their adventure, she makes a rival in the form of Miyu, the contracted master of the Kaleidostick Sapphire, which similarly abandoned its original master and Rin’s rival, Luvia Edelfelt. This unexpected team of three, save the different worlds and at the same time know a lot about themselves, their background and their lineage.

23. School Days

Aired On- July 3, 2007

Episodes-  12

School Days

School Days is a Japanese visual novel developed by Overflow, released on April 28, 2005, for Windows as an adult game. It was later ported as a DVD game and for the PlayStation 2 (PS2) and PlayStation Portable (PSP).

An animated television series, two direct-to-video (OVA) single releases, and a concert film were also produced, the first of which became a precursor for an internet meme when its finale was pulled from broadcast.

School Days’ plot was very sensational during the time of its airing. It was a pure love triangle, but unlike other coming of age stories, it had a very brutal and horrifying ending which made the anime’s broadcaster’s delay the airing of the finale, due to a similar real life incident.

The person in the centre of this love triangle was Makoto Ito, though a protagonist, he is definitely not an ideal person with a personality that anybody would desire. He is careless and not at all observant to the emotions of people around him, who really care for him. One of the reasons why his mother is left unseen in the series, could be to show that Ito’s emotional immaturity comes from the absence of any emotional bond in his life.

The two girls who get involved in this mess with him are Kotonoha Katsura, a soft-spoken schoolmate who shares train rides with him to and from campus and Sekai Saionji, an upbeat girl who takes a special interest in his newfound crush, befriending the two and providing them the grounds to meet.

24. The Fruit Of Grisaia

Aired On-October 5, 2014

Episodes- 13 + 6 specials

The Fruit Of Grisaia

The Fruit of Grisaia is a Japanese adult visual novel, the first in a series of visual novels by Front Wing, with character designs by Akio Watanabe and Fumio. It was released in February 2011 for Windows, and it was later ported to the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita. A 13-episode anime television series animated by Eight Bit and produced by NBC Universal aired in Japan between October and December 2014.

The Fruit Of Grisaia, is a perfect example of harem anime. Since, in this anime, we have a protagonist who somehow even in his disinterest has all the girls falling for him- left, right and centre. The protagonist in question is Yūji Kazami, who has a questionable past himself.

He was a hit man working for a Japanese government agency, executing black ops missions. Tired of his aimless life he joined Mihama Academy, to live a normal school life, but his numerous trysts with very attractive women prevents him from having that.

The other characters in this series include Yumiko Sakaki, she is a very unique character and personality. Unlike others, she does not immediately fall for Kazami and it takes a real, genuine act of kindness from his side to get the ball sort of rolling with her. She is complicated and layered.

On the outside, she is very lady-like, but on the inside she can’t be more different, liking junk foods such as fried soba noodles. The anime will be a good watch for anyone who likes to see a good slow burn love story.

25. Monogatari Series

Aired On- July 3, 2009

Episodes- 30

Monogatari Series

Monogatari  is a Japanese light novel series written by Nisio Isin and illustrated by Vofan.  The first season of the anime adaptation consists of 30 episodes, which were broadcast in Japan between July 2009 and December 2012. The second season consists of 28 episodes broadcast between July and December 2013, and the third and final season consists of 42 episodes broadcast between December 2014 and June 2019.

The Monogatari Series revolves around supernatural beings, like vampires. Our protagonist has been recently cured of his vampirism and wants nothing to do with this realm. But his plans go kaput, when he encounters a girl with a connection to this supernatural culture. Even after being warned to stay away he is drawn to her, and finds himself wanting to be her knight in shining armour.

The pair we are talking about is Koyomi Araragi, a third-year high school student who has almost restored his humanity after briefly becoming a vampire during spring break and the reclusive Hitagi Senjōgahara.

Everything sets into motion when Hitagi falls into the arms of Koyomi, and he realises that she does not even weigh a bit, she is almost weightless. Realising that there could be otherworldly forces involved he decides to help her, even after receiving a strict message against it.

Koyomi introduces her to Meme Oshino, a strange middle-aged man living in an abandoned cram school who helped reverse his vampirism. Once Koyomi helps solve Hitagi’s problem, she decides to become his girlfriend.

But the series does not end as a simple love story, it expands into much more when Koyomi finds himself involved with other girls afflicted by “oddities”: the ghost of a child named Mayoi Hachikuji; his underclassman Suruga Kanbaru; Nadeko Sengoku, a friend of his sisters; his classmate Tsubasa Hanekawa; and his own younger sisters Karen and Tsukihi.

26. Dropout

Aired On – February 26, 2016

Episodes – 2

Dropout

The series focuses on a very intelligent and beautiful girl named Reika Shichijo. Reika is a student at the top of her class. One day, during a test, she refuses to take part in it and eventually becomes a dropout.

In this universe, dropouts are forced to work if they fail to make it to the university. In case of beautiful and busty girls, they are forced to become sex slaves and are obligated to pursue sexual labour.

Reika is no exception in this case. She becomes the sex slave of one of her former classmate, Niimi Kun. Eventually, she is tasked with the job of relieving Niimi Kun’s sexual tension and helping him focus and study hard and better in the long run. Her title is “senpai,” which means sex slave. Niimi Kun has to, ultimately, become used to his senpai as his “study partner.”  He also finds out the reason Reika dropped out was the jealousy of his peers.

A parallel storyline in the series is that of Reika’s ex-boyfriend Shiroshima, who becomes jealous when Reika is assigned as Niimi Kun’s senpai. Shiroshima gets Shizuka Watarai, a busty girl who dropped out along with Reika, as his senpai. However, he is not at all thrilled with the arrangement as he desired Reika as his senpai. Reika is not bothered with Shiroshima and is satisfied with being Niimi Kun’s sex slave. Shizuka, however, understands the reluctance Shiroshima possesses towards her but is ultimated used by him as a senpai.

27. Himekishi Lilia (Princess Knight Lilia)

Aired On – June 2, 2006

Episodes – 6

Himekishi Lilia (Princess Knight Lilia)

This hentai anime is based on the game by Black Lilith, which came out in the year 2004. It is Pixy’s very first hentai anime series.

The plot shows that Lilia Evelvine, the princess and knight, is set to succeed her father to become the ruler of the Leuven Kingdom. Overcome by jealousy, the princess’ brother, Dirk, creates a plan in order to stop Lilia’s ascension to the throne. Dirk is helped by his court enchantress Kiriko. He also makes a pact with Sand, the servant of the King of Demons to help him in return for a favour.

With an intention to usurp the throne and become the next ruler of Leuven Kingdom, Dirk is well on his way to Kingship, when he got reminded of the pact he made with the King of Demons – to extricate the holy energy within Lilia in order to pay tribute to the King of Demons. To complete his end of the deal, Dirk goes on to rape his mother and his sister Lilia with various perverted methods and means and turning them into his slaves.

The main tropes for this series is tentacle rape, internal views, rape, inflation, orgies, penetration, drinking, swallowing, incest and other quirky fetishes. The sexual expression can be regarded as too much at times.

This hentai anime is not for newbies, though. For an avid hentai viewer, this anime is a must watch suggestion. The animation and art is also pretty well built in this h-anime, with a decent and captivating storyline.

28. Makai Kishi Ingrid (The Dark Knight Ingrid)

Aired On – June 20, 2009

Episodes – 4

Makai Kishi Ingrid (The Dark Knight Ingrid)

The story takes place in a post apocalyptic world where humans have fallen and demons run on the streets with the intention to rape and conquer. The only way one can survive in this world is to have some sort of magic power in order to defend oneself.

Along with magic powers, Ingrid is also an exceptional warrior. The only hubris she has is that she does not wear any kind of armour and that ultimately leads to her capture and downfall.

When Ingrid uncovers the betrayal of the diabolic and evil doctor Sabato Kiryuu, who is a part of the evil group of darkness, named Kanomado. He attacks Ingrid and finally captures her in a church. Kiryuu vows to seek revenge and destroy Ingrid’s pure and noble soul and win over her boss, Edwin Black, a vampire. He then orders the group of monsters, who hold the same hatred towards Ingrid to rape her and disgrace her body and soul.

The characters are pretty well written. The villain is the doctor, Kiryuu, who comes off as clever, manipulative and smart. The protagonist is, of course Ingrid, a noble warrior, truthful and trustworthy. The other main character is Murasaki, an anti demon ninja. She is also a great fighter but due to the lack of armour, she gets captured in the same way as Ingrid and is forced to suffer the same fate as her. The other character, who, at the end, comes and saves the day is Ingrid’s boss, Edwin Black, the vampire.

29. Gakuen de Jikan yo Tomare

Aired On – May 29, 2015

Episodes – 4

Gakuen de Jikan yo Tomare

This series follows an illegitimate son of a rich businessman. The man gave up on his son and his mother and as a result, he grew up poor. He becomes angry and decides to take revenge from his father. In order to do so, he contemplates what his father might hold near and dear to him and decides to destroy that.

It is then revealed that the father has two daughters whom he loves and cares for very much. He also owns an all girls school, where the daughters study. He vow to avenge for the injustice faced by him and his mother by planning to rape his two half-sisters and by slandering their reputation at the school.

One day, he sits in front of the school, wondering how to get in as the security is too tight. Suddenly, an old witch visits him and gifts him a stopwatch, saying that it has the ability to stop time. She then vanishes. With the aid of the stopwatch in hand, the young man enters the school and proceeds to rape the two daughters. After raping them, he takes a picture and then proceeds to rape the rest of the school girls.

The animation and art were very well put and polished. The time stopping storyline is very unique in the hentai world. The popular tropes in this anime includes rape, incest and the focus on the virginity of the girls.

Overall, it is  a fairly enjoyable hentai with a good plot line, animation and a vanilla plot.

30. Bible Black

Aired On – July 21, 2001

Episodes – 6

Bible Black

Bible Black follows the storyline of a very dark secret of a school that the authorities try to cover up for their own sake and for the reputation of the school. The dark secret revolves around the existence of a school club once upon a time, which practised magic. However, later this fun club became dangeruos and turned into a source of murder and lust for power. The club was later sealed and the evil that resulted from its activities was locked away in the school basement.

Fast forward to twelve years later, when Taki Minase, a high school student, stumbles across this secret and finds the “Black Bible ” – the book of magic. He begins to try his luck with the love curses that the book holds. He discovers that magic is real and the book can help him attract the hearts and bodies of his classmates.

The result is very dire in this case. The sex as a result has some obvious effects to the student’s body and Minase’s actions do not go unnoticed. Although it started as a mere act of curiosity, it becomes harder to control as time goes by. With Minase getting engulfed into the darkness, he endangers everyone he knows, including his childhood friend, Kurumi Imari. As Minase comes in terms with his mistakes, he tries to find ways to reverse them in order to make things come back to normal.

This hentai is one of the few masterpieces that leaves a mark in the viewer’s minds. There are few tropes such as anal sex, psychosis and stabbing in this series. It is a series that takes sex and violence to a whole another level.

31. Discipline

Aired On – April 11, 2003

Episodes – 6

Discipline

In this hentai, the story focuses on Takuro Hayami, a recently transferred male student in a mostly female school called Saint Arcadia School. When he gets admitted to the school, it seems that all the girls there want to have sex with him. Later, it was revealed that the reason behind this is that the school has only recently started to admit male students in it.

On a superficial level, Takuro Hayami seems like a normal and ordinary student. However, when the girls try to take advantage of him later, they soon realise that Takuro has a big secret – he has an “Ultimate Sex Power,” which becomes the highlight of the Saint Arcadia School, throwing it amidst a sexual power struggle.

The plot however, does not have much in common with the game, from which the entire story has been developed. One example is the characterisation of Reona Morimoto, who is an antagonist in the game. In the game, she is described as the “demon child” and is a lot fiercer and ruthless when it comes to humiliating her enemies. However, in the series, she is a lot tamer.

Another example is Maiko Kaneda, who goes from a ruthless girl in the game to a more supporting person in the series, who helps people out at times.

Discipline provides a lot of erotic content, that might seem a bit unrealistic at certain points as the characters seem to have a high sexual endurance level. The plot is unique with a light yet nice storyline.

32. Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru

Aired On – January 27, 2012

Episodes – 6

Kuroinu Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru

Kuroino is considered to be a very popular hentai in The New Tens. It is adapted from a visual novel by Liquid and later recreated as a manga. The story takes place in the fictional land of Eostia, where a century old battle was taking place between two countries – one of Dark Elves and the other of Humans.

The Dark Elves have raided Human lands for generations. The Humans, then, form a powerful band of mercenaries, the Kuroinu group, to keep their rivals in check.However, the group refused to settle for such small victories and betryed the Humans by forming their own nation – the Sex Empire.

The Kuroinu Army, led by the villainous protagonist Vault, started conquering other lands, expanding their power and supremacy by enslaving the women of their rival nations, including Olga, the Queen of the Dark Elves, her guard Chloe, along with the Seven Princess Knights of the Human Realm. The only way to bring peace on the lands is with this Fellowship of the Seven Princess Knights.

There are various tropes included in this anime. Some of them are – abusive parent (Grave Levantine and Klaus), victimisation of women (such as Olga, Chloe, Claudia and Maia), bisexuality (Olga, Prim, Chloe), dark past (Chloe spending her past life as a sex slave), hermaphroditism (Prim, Chloe), slavery (the Kuroino army enslaved the women in order to dominate and carve the supremity of men), perverted men (the reason why many men joined Vault’s cause), women as prudes (most of the female characters were virgins at the beginning) and lustful women (at the end, it is shown that all the women were lusful).

33. A Kiss for the Petals

Aired On – June 30, 2010

Episodes – 1

A Kiss for the Petals

A Kiss for the Petals started as a Yuri visual novel. It portrayed the romance of two school girls. It has many fetishist tropes. The story mainly follows the relationship between Reo and Mai. Reo is ill and Mai is there to take care of her and nurse her back to good health.

However, they are constantly distracted due to the sexual tension between them. The love between them is pretty evident from the very first scene. There are also clear signs of how much Reo and Mai care for each other, which is reflected in Mai helping Reo to take a bath, get dressed and the palpable passion during their interactions.

There are certain ecchi scenes in the series and they are emphasized with a lot of gentleness in the form of soft kisses and touches, cuddling, licking and nibbling of each other’s lips, collarbones and necks. These contacts are quite intimate and portrays the sentimental side of the relationship. This shows how the love they have for each other is more than just raw lust, keeping the anime really classy and tasteful. It also provides a romantic atmosphere to the anime.

There are also some other characters in the series, such as, Nanami Oda, a lighthearted and outgoing girl, Yuna Matsubara, a snobbish yet soft-spoken intelligent student, Kaede Kitajima, Mai’s childhood friend and the class representative, Sara Kitajima, Kaede’s younger cousin and a well-known model, Runa Horaisen, a transfer student, Takako Suminoe, one of the school teachers, Mia Ayase, a distant student, Risa Azumi, an academically gifted girl, Rika Shinozaki, a first year student admitted on a scholarship, Sayuki Shirakawa, a beautiful and talented scholar, Eris Shitogi, a third year exchange student from Russia, Shizuku Kirishima, the “Shizuku-gozen” of the school, Rena Horaisen, another teach at the school and Runa’s older sister and the Principal of St. Michael’s and former teacher of Takako.

34. Euphoria

Aired On – December 11, 2011

Episodes – 6

Euphoria

The series starts with Keisuke Takatou waking up in a white room. He is not sure how he got in there. As he starts exploring his whereabouts, he comes across six other girls who have been kidnapped like him. They are the class president Miyakou Ando, classmates Nemu Manaka and Rinne Byakuya, his childhood friend Kanae Hokari, his English teacher Natsuki Aoi and his junior Rika Makiba.

All of them come together and try to make sense of the existing situation. While doing so, a robot-like voice is heard through the monitor, saying “The game will now begin.” The rules for the game are stated – Keisuke has been assigned as the “unlocker.” According to his title, he has the option to choose any one of the six girl as his “keyhole” and have sex with her in a certain and specific manner. He has to do so for five rounds in total. Only then, will the entire group be set free.

After hearing the rules and conditions, Miyakou refuses to accept the situation. She denies her participation vehemently. All of a sudden, the lights go off, making the entire room go pitch dark. When the lights come back on a few minutes later, Miyakou is seen to be strapped to an electric chair. The mysterious and robot-like voice announces, “Withdrawal from the game will result in death.” She is then seen to be electrocuted to death by the chair.

Seeing this, the captives become terrified and with no other option to save themselves, they begin the game, which awakens their carnal needs of pleasure and pain.

35. Mankitsu Happening

Aired On – March 27, 2015

Episodes – 4

Mankitsu Happening

The story revolves around a man called Keiichi Oyamada. He has this mysterious power of coming across as a lucky pervert. This is because, one way or the other, he always ends up having sexual relationships with any female he meets. This is the reason for not finding a fixed job and he continuously gets fired from any job that he starts.

One day, another job opportunity knocks at his door as his best friend calls him to meet at some cafe. Keiichi Oyamada agrees to meet up and soon accepts the job, albeit reluctantly. However, trouble starts brewing at his new work place as he comes across two of his fellow colleagues – Rei Suzukawa, a fellow employee and Kururu Hiiragi, a childhood friend of his. Both of the girls are very beautiful and Keiichi starts fearing that they might not be immune to his perverted powers.

36. Choujin Densetsu Urotsukidoji (Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend)

Aired On – Jan 21, 1987

Episodes: 3

Choujin Densetsu Urotsukidoji

Legend has it that the human world is not the only existing race. There are two other worlds – the Makai, a demon race and the Juujikai, half man-half beast race. It is said that every 3000 years, a supreme being called the “Choujin” (Overfiend, in English) emerges in order to restore balance to the three realm of the world.

In modern day Japan, after 300 years of search, the Choujin is discovered to be inside a high school student named Tatsuo Nagumo. A Jujinkai named Amano Jyaku discovered this and he, along with his sister Megumi and Kuroko, their sidekick, has to protect Nagumo and his new girlfriend Akemi Ito from the demon race, Makai. The Jujinkai believes that Nagumo is not really the Choujin but an evil body planning to destroy every single being on Earth.

The series is dubbed under the genre of horor and erotica. Its focus is on dark humour, the supernatural and erotica. It started off as a manga series of illustrated story but later, it was adapted into a series of OVA (original video animation) anime by director Hideki Takayama.

The adaptation reflects a slight deviation from the manga as it has more elements of violence, rape and sadism. The adaptation also popularises the trope of tentacle rape. The Erotic Anime Movie Guide calls it “a formative work in the hentai genre.” In the year 2005, Choujin Densetsu Urotsukidoji (Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend) was voted among the 100 greatest cartoons by Channel 4.

37. Kuro Ai: Hitoyozumakan Inkou Rannyuuroku (Dark Love)

Aired On – April 29, 2005

Episodes – 2

Kuro Ai Hitoyozumakan Inkou Rannyuuroku

The series portrays how a young owner of a huge mansion uses it as a place for occult practice in society. The young ladies of the family are trained to serve well to the desires of men who pay for them. The series includes tropes of brutality and torture. It is also shown how a debt by a female can be paid by submitting one’s body to the most barbaric and cruel practices. However, eventually, it comes with a price.

In the series, we see Tetsuya investigating this luxurious mansion, which acts at a hotel for an orgy cult. The rich and powerful people of the society participate in bizarre and lustful sex acts that can refrain any man from his common sense. The hidden purpose of this orgy cult is, however, darker than one can imagine. This cult made a pact with evil forces, planning something, which can also turn Tetsuya into a mindless demon.

There are two protagonists in the show – Tetsuya and Minako. Apart from these two, we have other characters such as Miyabi, Kaori, Ayaka, Honoka, Rikka and Hazuki.

This series is considered to be one of the very hardcore hentais. It is fast paced, intense with good audio quality. The fast paced storyline is covered in only a couple of episodes and thus, may seem to be a bit rushed. The animation is commendable but the characters’ stories are not explored much.

38. Night Shift Nurses

Aired On – December 8, 2000

Episodes – 10+2

Night Shift Nurses

Night Shift Nurses was originally designed as a game. The plot takes place at the fictional St. Juliana Hospital, residing in an unnamed area in Japan.

The plot follows Ryuji Hirasaka, a middle aged gynecologist living alone. One day, he gets an email from the fictional St. Juliana Hospital to fill in for a position there. Elated to get a new job, he accepted the offer immediately, with the plan to meet the president of the hospital the very next day for his interview.

The following afternoon, he meets the president with his portfolio. However, he is shocked to find out that his employer is Narumi Jinguji, a woman whom he had brutally raped in the past. The atmosphere is uncomfortable. However, Narumi explains that she has been planning to open a department in the hospital that caters to the sexual needs of the patients. Narumi states that she wants Ryuki to oversee the operation and the department. Led by his own need for sexual desire and perversion, Ryuki agrees to the proposal.

The story follows Ryuki trying to gather some obedient nurses for the “special ward.” However, in order to get them to submit to this proposition, he needs to dig up the dirt about them. Thus, this hentai has a very strong case of blackmail as a trope to persuade the nurses to give in to Ryuki’s plans.

The plot is extremely RX-rated. Apart from blackmail, it contains other tropes, such as paraphilia, rape, sadomasochism and even necrophilia.

39. Bondage Game

Aired On – April 23, 2003

Episodes – 2

Bondage Game

This is probably the most hardcore hentai out there and it is not for the faint hearts. This series portrays hardcore BDSM and is extremely graphic in nature.

It shows how some girls are trapped in a huge castle and they are forced to commit pervasive sexual acts in order to satisfy their master and his group of friends.

The characters do not have much of a backstory and it is readily accepted as that does not concern the plot in this hentai. The girls are very good looking and they all of them have some kind of fetishes that they are into. The males are very dominating and the females seem to be enjoying this stance as well.

The antagonist of the story is Renji, one of the scariest characters till date. He owns a castle and has a pretty arrogant and tough personality. He invites some of his friends for some old fashioned orgy. The girls are trapped in the castle, against their will and are forced  to satisfy the sexual hunger of Renji and his bunch of perverted friends. Renji is shown to be a merciless sadist, rapist and pedophile.

The tropes for this hentai are rape, torture, incest, pedophilia, violence, chop suey, vomit, BDSM, spanking, lolicon, feces, gang rape, gender bending and dismemberment.

This is not some ordinary hentai. It is very intense and hardcore, crossing the line between lust and debauchery. The story is a bit fast paced but had a high potential. However, it lacked execution in the end.

40. Etsuraku no Tane the Animation

Aired On – April 3, 2015

Episodes – 1

Etsuraku no Tane the Animation

Etsuraku no Tane the Animation can be regarded as a slightly unique hentai series. It is based on the game by Wendy Bell. The series portrays a tentacle monster inhabiting the body of a very beautiful young girl. The monster then forces the girl to attack other cute and pretty girls.

The art is pretty good but the quality of the animation was lacking at some point during the entire episode. The characters’ personalities are not highlighted  much either. So, some of the characters do not stand out that much and appear as wallflowers.

The plot does not have much clarity and it takes the viewer some time to understand what is happening in the hentai. However, around midway, one can get the gist to connect the pieces and figure out what is the motive of the story.

Then again it is acceoted that most hentai series are low on narrative quality and stand alone for their sex scenes and plots. If you’re one of those who enjoy watching the pleasures of flesh, then this series has a lot to offer.

The series fetishises tentacles and rape along with girl on girl action. One special feature of this anime is that it there are no male characters involved in the sexual acts. The girls and their big fat tentacles are enough.

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