Gleipnir Review — B

A boy transforms into a Fumoffu suit. Sexy times ensue, typically involving bodily fluids.

I felt similarly to the Gleipnir anime as I did to the manga, in that the trash and fanservice were superb while the story is just meh. I had the same problem in the last quarter as in the manga, in that I can barely follow what’s going on and I also don’t particularly care. The arc up to where they massacre that gang in the mountains is superb and I bought it and was all in. But then there’s just too much at once and they lost me. (both while viewing and reading)

But I still recommend watching this just to watch Claire’s sweaty nude body slide into the wreathing guts of the stuffed animal. This is the art of animation. Also freckles are good.

  • Storytelling – C – Disappointing end.
  • Voice – A – Loved the setup.
  • Characters – B – All pretty interesting if one dimensional (like that glasses guy).
  • Attention Grab – A – Kept my interest.
  • Production – B – Looks good! Nice liquids.
  • Overall – B

RecommendationsMirai Nikki, Killing Bites

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  1. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal 55 year old man named Adam lee he lives in blue sky island which is east of japans mainland it is home to two thousand people who are all Japanese but this island has stricter laws than the mainland and the people have a different mindset we see Adam lee is a school teacher at the islands only school which teaches preschool to high school the island also has one university or college on the island.

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