Love Hina, But Insert More Lesbians
- Episodes : 12
- Genre : Shoujo-ai, Ecchi, Romance
- Airing Date : April 2018 - June 2018
- Studios : Creators in Pack, Studio Lings
Tachibanakan To Lie Angle Introduction
Hanabi Natsuno has moved back home now for high school. She’s signed up for a beautiful residence called Tachibanakan which promises a wonderful life for her. However, due to her misreading the kanji in the name on her application, she doesn’t get the life she has dreamed of. Instead, Hanabi finds herself dropped in some run-down, older dormitory full of women who have wild personalities and even wilder sex drives. Will she make it out sane?
We mean, come on. It’s ecchi and shoujo-ai. The fanservice is going to be left and right. While we don’t know if Hanabi started out as bisexual, questioning, or straight up lesbian, the residents of Tachibanakan are out to find out and make her their own. The older sister types are always proposing things and wagers that will end up with Hanabi naked and being “helped” in some way or another. She constantly finds herself in very compromising positions with Iori which can lead to confusion as it just looks like they had sex or were in the middle of it. Boobs bouncing, thighs wide, this anime is sure to spark something inside. Not to mention too, there is a whole episode dedicated to panties.
1. Love Hina, But Insert More Lesbians.
Love Hina is a classic anime that everyone should watch once since it is a quintessential harem anime that really makes a great story. In fact, almost all modern harem anime are said to have been influenced by it. However, this… is like Love Hina only if Keitarou rejected Naru and went for Shinobu or something. It’s very jarring at times how Konomi is just shut out of everything and there is forced lesbianism everywhere. Sure, it’s what the anime is for, but there is next to no substance.
2. The Story? What Story?
Tachibanakan To Lie Angle feels a bit like Takunomi too and the art is reminiscent of it. The difference is though, Takunomi had drinking to at least make the story somewhat believable and bring all of the characters together as they would talk about their days, laugh, cry, and drink. Tachibanakan uses lesbiansim as their central plot device and the whole setup feels rushed and forced. True, it only has three minutes, but looking back on the series, does it seem as if there was an overarching story? Other than Iori making moves on Hanabi that is. There was barely any mention, if at all, of the high school she goes to. So… what was the central story again?
Tachibanakan To Lie Angle does have the fanservice aspect going for it, but while it does try, you can tell that a lot was not done to make sure that it would have some sort of story that would at least hold your attention for a little bit. Sadly, this anime does not and is bound to be forgotten in three weeks time as we get used to the summer airing block of anime. Sure, if you want some T&A, this is a fantastic anime, but if you are looking for anything else, steer clear of this show. What are your thoughts on Tachibanakan to Lie Angle? Be sure to let us know down below. Till Next Time,