>Agent Aika is one of those shows that makes this reviewer desperate for hope anime. Now do not misunderstand me – if you read a review of Agent Aika at various sites, you will find some who love this series of 7 OVAs follows the adventures of one best friend Aika and Rion. I’m not one of them, however, because what is wrong with Agent Aika is what makes the anime from going mainstream. This type of show that high school kids and new students dormies watch when nobody around enough to get into the back room of a video store and retrieve things unpleasant. Although I will give credit to show to make a stab at containing the actual plot, it was too bad and amulets-oriented to sense the average person, although the relative lack of actual sexuality on the screen. If you’ve never heard the fan before the service, loyal readers, you’ll know what it was at the end of this article – although it has many characters, fan service Agent Aika star. Unfortunately, no fun.

Aika is under water scavengers are not too distant future where 90% of the earth has been flooded. His employer wanted to attempt to completely above board, but this time is difficult, and competition are not familiar with ethics. Aika voluntary volunteer for tasks that may be dangerous to take a new resource known as Iago. If he can get his hands on the Iago and data surrounding their use, he can help the company out of the red and pay personal debts from the past. With the help of Rion, his boss’ daughter, Aika walked into a big fight with megalomaniacal brother / other teams who want to exploit Iago to their own evil schemes. Aika will keep clothing long enough to save the world? I doubt it, but it will not stop.

Agent Aika is blasphemy lies in the camera angle. Seriously, this show has more than underwear … well, insert your own joke, because other sites have made them all too, but there is a huge abundance of them. If you see a woman appeared on the screen and speak in this event, at a certain point, you’ll see her underwear. (Sometimes, he does not even have to have a speaking role.) Although the story is very weak, it is, and there are many action-packed scenes. However, almost every frame of the show (action even things) are filmed as if the creative team had just gotten out of a lot of shooting Hustler. Fan service now generally refers to a shot or two throwaway cleavage, clothing, or brief nudity had nothing to do with the actual program except to give viewers a man who attended a little excitement. This was not proper to say that this show has a fan service. It would be more correct to say that Agent Aika is a fan service with little actual program.

Fan service so completely embedded in every part of the Akia that the fact that he has a plot did not matter. Although the nudity and really sexually oriented content in a short program compared with non-stop upskirt shots, which did not make it better. Just because we do not see it really does not mean that the event is not pornographic by definition. Many people will take me to say that. Would look great production? Often times, yes. Is the voice acting is good music and reasonable? Yes. Is there really a lot of nudity or sexual contact? No. But the way the event was created is designed to generate, which is the point of pornography. Is it working on the goal is up for grabs – I’m just upset, annoyed, and bored. But in my opinion, this is essentially the title of a hentai fetish masquerade as something mainstream. Frankly, if the U.S. Manga Corps is not marketed as a main title, it will not appear on this site.

What’s sad about all this is that recently we have seen how good women-driven action can show. Which is always growing popularity of live-action show Alias proves that. And indeed, Alias had a thrilling, action-packed, wise, fun, and sexy while appealing to both men and women. And even the fan service can be done right – witness my review of Plastic Little to find an event that got an A despite having a lot of value. Agent Aika, with female protagonists, can come to the surface to be similar to both, but instead truly dedicated to demean women. Every woman is an object in the event constantly ogled. Agent Aika fumbled only large quantities from beginning to end.

Agent Aika is directed by Katsuhiko Nishijima of Project A-Ko fame, and some may be wondering how he went from there to here. However, knowledgeable fans also remember that Project A-Ko was originally intended as an adult titles before entering into the development and re-writing became hysterical satire is not all things anime. Thus, not all that surprising that he was directing this event. Some fans say that Aika is a satire Nishijima try again here – by taking a service to its fans say extreme, they said that he was making a point about the anime industry. However, I do not agree with respect – if it was a satire, this satire is worse than it is anime. Because if it was satire, it would be like dropping two tons of eggs on the basis of five hundred times to prove that bad – we got the first points after a few drops, but after that, he became unbearable.