Anime is vast with hundreds of Interspecies Reviewers Season 2 genres and hundreds of new series being released every day. Out of those being broadcasted, ecchi is a rather controversial but popular genre. Ecchi stands for a slightly more erotic version of the already pre-existing genres such as comedy. Interspecies Reviewers (Ishuzoku Reviewers) was one of the most anticipated adaptations of the manga released in 2016. The first season, animated by Passione
The fictional world the story is set in is filled with species and species who have the blood of succubus (creatures who need sex to survive), or succumb-girls who offer sexual services legally. Since succubi need sex, the Orc Political Party is more than happy to help fund "pleasant" and safe working environments for the girls. So much so that some girls even use the most minimal of succubus ancestry to earn a job at one of the brothels.
It may be a burden and a necessary evil for some, but in this fiction, the girls often make enough to leaven whenever they want to. Yes, you heard it right, prostitution is legal in this world and a majority of the world revolves around it. Some call it controversial while others consider it to be interest-piquing. Fans call it funny with moderate erotic scenes, all censored, and sexual jokes now and then, hence fitting its ecchi genre. The uncensored version will be available by the end of this year for fans on AT-X, a premium anime streaming website.
The story revolves around a human, Stunkie, an elf, Zel, and an angel with a broken halo, Crimvael who ventures out brothel to brothel reviewing succus-girls based on their bodies (preferred by Stunkie), or high mana-level (preferred by Zel). They rescue Crimvael shortly after the start of the series who starts working at a local tavern, which is also the primary place for Stunkie and Zel to hang out.
Then after declaring themselves as brothel reviewers, they set out to review different services and post them in the tavern. Slowly they become a major sensation and receive a lot of requests to visit certain brothels like the cheap ones infamous for their ravenous nature and the dream eater brothel where you can visit your memories and dream of having sex with your favorite soccer girl.
Main characters include:
Sturkie (human) prefers good appearances.
Zel (elf) prefers high mana levels.
Crimvael (angel with a broken halo), who is a hermaphrodite but claims to be a boy to avoid attention.
Meiri (bridesmaid) A waitress at the Ale & Eats, who is often dismayed at the antics of the reviewers and will get into a violent rage if they get her involved with their perverted behavior. Becomes the ideal succus-girl for both Stunkie and Zel.
Mitsue (human) An elderly female prostitute. Despite her physical appearance, she is a favorite of Zel due to her high quality of mana.
Kanchal (halfling) A male reviewer. He has a fetish for BDSM in playing the role of the master.
Count Delivery (vampire) An honorary reviewer. His name is translated as Count Call Girlula in Yen Press releases.
Bruise (dogman) A reviewer with a preference for plump succu-girls. He grades the quality of succu-girls based on his sensitive senses.
Narumi (lamia) A reviewer.
Samturn (demon) A reviewer.
Demia Duodectet (archmage) A mage who runs a Magical Metropolis brothel offering copies of herself. She also endorses several establishments, including a gender-swap inn. She has a particular interest in Crimvael's unique properties.
The 12th and the final episode ends with our protagonists visiting the demon brothel they were supposed to for the election. Meanwhile, Demia visits the demon lord, Death Abyss to discuss what is it like to live in a world without magic. As the New Year comes around the corner, and the reviewers find their favorite brothels already booked, the fairy brothel owner introduces them to a dream eater brothel where they can revisit their choice of success-girls inside their dreams.
The anime ended on March 30th, 2020, with 12 episodes in total.
Funimation stated that the anime falls outside of their standards and took it down from their website, effectively removing it in the west.
After that other channels and streaming services joined them. Amazon Prime removing Interspecies Reviewers from their list of shows and even the Japanese channel, Tokyo MX, canceling the broadcast after a few episodes too. Leaving the fans high and dry if they wanted to watch the show on those particular platforms. But for some, it isn't really to blame since people are concerned over the image it gives to the people outside or the younger generation.
Angry fans do angry things, and when they are supported by several popular YouTubers that ask their fans on My Anime List, those angry things can stir big controversies in Interspecies Reviewers Season 2. The combined might of the fans rocketing MAL's score for Interspecies Reviewers to the number two greatest anime of all time. Beating classics like Evangelion, Steins: Gate, and Cowboy Bebop and sitting just below Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood
The vote brigading was so bad that MAL had to completely change its site's rules on how anime is scored, with extra emphasis on preventing vote brigading from drastically changing an anime's score. The new rules currently leaving Interspecies Reviewers at a 7.63 on their website.
While struck with a positive rating of 7.53 and is ranked at #439 on My Anime List, the anime is set to be renewed later this year when the manga catches up with the anime. Considering all of that, the production would take a year or so, so Interspecies Reviewers 2 will be released in 2023. Even after being removed from Funimation and Amazon Prime and removed entirely for people outside Japan, legally, the anime will probably have a renewal. Stay tuned for more updates!
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