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Keijo (insert 8 exclamation points) is clearly a series that serves to the lowest common denominator and thinks that slapping a bunch of tits on the screen will be enough to warrant the show to be 'fun'. While there were a couple of times I was having fun, it wasn't a substantial amount of time to raise the bar and I can't even argue in favour the notion that I should see this show as nothing more than a guilty pleasure. drops on your brand new mahogany desk is a manilla folder. Your line director tells you that you need to draw frames for a dynamic action sequence where a swimsuit clad girl slams her cooch down into another scantily clad girl's face before performing a movie that would make Mortal Kombat cringe: an "Ass Guillotine". You're told that the show is called "Keijo!!!!!!!!", with 8 exclamation points. This article was co-authored by Renée Plevy and by wikiHow staff writer, Hunter Rising. Renée Plevy is an Internationally Acclaimed Portrait Artist from New York/Palm Beach who has painted The Grand Dames of Palm Beach and various celebrities and community leaders. With over 50 years of experience, Renée specializes in painting realistically in oil and capturing the soul of the person. She has studied under internationally renowned portrait artists John Howard Sanden, David Leffel, Robert Beverly Hale, Clyde Smith, and Leonid Gervits. Renée is featured in over 68 shows and galleries including a one-woman museum show at the Paterson Museum. She has garnered numerous awards including “Artist of the Year” from The Bloomfield Art League and First Prize from the Boca Raton Museum Artist’s Guild. Renée has even painted a portrait of celebrity, Vanilla Ice. She also teaches at the Boca Raton Museum Art School - formerly at SVA in Manhattan. Higashi no Eden (Eden of the East) MAL Rated 8.11, Ranked #396 | Aired Spring 2009 | Produced by Production IG Now that said, I still have to mention that it does not *always* come across as funny. The silly nature of the show skirts a fine line between being humorous and just being weird or awkward, and sometimes I found myself facepalming rather than laughing. Statistically speaking though, I would still say that it manages to stay funny most of the time, so it is not a huge problem. However, I also realize that it is going to be very individual regarding which scenes you will find amusing and which ones you will only find cringey depending on your sense of humour, so it is worth taking into account at least, as it could be a pretty big make-or-break factor depending on who you ask.

JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) MAL Rated 8.54, Ranked #86 | Aired Fall 2012 | Produced by David Production Boobs or Butt. It is a question that has haunted men for generations. Get it wrong and it could provoke ridicule from your peers for the foreseeable future. Or for the characters in Prison School, get them expelled from paradise. Knowing the man asking the question had a sizable photographic collection of anime butts, our main character had to explain why it was he loved butts so much. I won't spoil his answer here but it was one of the most beautiful, inspiring reasons that incorporated man's eternal struggle against the world into the answer.

The concept of having an anime about a highly oversexualized fictional wrestling sport for girls where they can only use their breasts and ass to push each other out of the ring may have sounded somewhat distasteful on paper. But Keijo actually pulls it off a lot better than I initially expected, and turned out to be a surprisingly good ecchi/comedy/sports anime as a whole, albeit a rather a ridiculous one. Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2100 (Space Battleship Yamato 2199) MAL Rated 8.59, Ranked #67 | Aired Apr 7, 2012 to Sep 29, 2013 | Produced by Xebec Imagine for a moment that you're a recent graduate of a prestigious art school in Japan. You land your big boy job at a studio known for their terrible ecchi adaptations. Months of slavishly working late nights pass, drawing frames for trashy harem comedies after garbage light novel adaptations, and all the magic and wonder of animation has been replaced with a visceral hatred and complacency; because, face it, you can always quit and get a lower paying job drawing hentai. anime Ben-to, it starts off pretty promising for a rule-of-cool anime with a lot of over-the-top action sequences but fails at this since it becomes repetitive and the characters are not interesting enough to hold it all together.

And so did any possibility of this anime being anything other than pathetic, titillating fanservice with the utterance of that line.You know, if you rearrange the letters in Keijo, you can get another world that describes it better... Kojei: which means shit in Okinawan. Which part do you remember about Eden of the East? The terrorism thriller about a man with a magic phone who could shoot missiles out of his fingers? Or do you remember the opening scene where we got a face full of anime butt right outside of the White House? Yes indeed, Keijo is truly an asstounding anime in its own right. Japan just never ceases to amaze me. When Space Battleship Yamato was rebooted some 40 years after the original, fans were treated to a new coat of paint on this beloved property that improved the original in many significant ways. The plot made more sense, the character's remained more consistent, there was more than one woman on the entire ship. Most notably of all though, the characters were rebooted with some of the finest rear ends in anime ass history. To the tension dissolving point- we see every character's "SUPER ULTRA MEGA MONSTER" move within the first few episodes. You know that they have the ability within them, and that they're only going to use it right at the climax of the battle when all looks lost- swoop in and save the day, ride off into the sunset, the end, everyone wins, power of friendship!

Space Adventure Cobra MAL Rated 7.22, Ranked #2474 | Aired Summer 1982 | Produced by TMS Entertainment If we're talking celebrating animated works that have furthered anime butt appreciation, then you simply have to finish off with a mention for Crayon Shin-chan. Not just for the level of appreciation for the rear end that it has, but its dedication. It has been mooning people in animated fashion since 1992. We probably owe half of this list to Shin-chan's butts.

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You get a promotion, all of a sudden you're key animating, and life gets a little better. The next day, the first thing that However, its so-called ridiculousness is also exactly what makes it successful. Keijo is a prime example of an anime which does not take itself seriously *at all*. You will legitimately have a hard time finding many anime that are less serious than this. It is fully self-aware that its concept is incredibly stupid, but it just decides to roll with it as far as it can and tries to make everything as exaggerated as humanly possible, and the sheer absurdity of it all is what makes it entertaining to watch.



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