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Countdown Continued

Title: Countdown Continued
Genre: General Hentai
Credits: SoftCel Pictures

Cover Description: If you thought the first Countdown was wild, you won't belive what goes on in Countdown Continued, another great pair of twisted tales based upon the hit graphic series from Hiroyuki Utatane! In the first installment, a nervous young bride to be has a last minute the back of the chapel waiting room with another woman! Next a Samurai Policewoman and her sexually challanged giant robot must take on a giant walking statue controlled by a sexcrazed megalomaniac!

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skysenshi (06.22.2001 ed. 04.21.2003)
What the heck happened??
I saw Countdown Continued right after watching Countdown, and sad to say, I was greatly disappointed. The funny atmosphere of the first Countdown was gone and was replaced by overly dramatic scenes. I'm talking more about Virgin Road. Basically, it had the same charcters as the previous volume's Alimony Hunter, except there was a total change in their personalities. Of course, they're still the horniest bunch ever, but this time they're all so horribly serious and depressed. Akemi, the bride-to-be, is just a bit of an air-head, much like the heroines of your regular h-anime. She doesn't have the kind of spunk that could rescue the show. Thank gawd for Jun, at least. The wicked little seductress still has the magic she once held in Countdown's Alimony Hunter. Perhaps, she is the only one in this presentation who actually has a personality. Other than her presence, everything else in Virgin Road is...bleh.

As for the second episode...For the life of me, I can't even remember what it was all about. I guess it's supposed to be funny, but under the circumstances, I just can't bring myself to laugh. If you saw Countdown and you want to find out what the second volume is all about, by all means buy it. However, if you like the first one, I must warn you that watching Part 2 might well destroy your enjoyment of the first.

Art/Animation: 9 Story/Plot: 6 Characters: 5 Sounds: 5 Ecchi Level: 8

Enishi (08.12.2001)
A step up from the last one...but not a big one
Just like Countdown, I liked Countdown Continued as well. I even thought it was a little better, but again with little plot detail. Virgin Road, in my humble opinion, is the best out of all 4 episodes between Countdown and Countdown Continued. If the plot was elaborated more then this would have been better than just another Hentai flick. Its sort of a Continuation from Alimony Hunter, but not really detailed. The main character, Akemi, is marrying Kunhiko (the boy from Alimony Hunter who had an 'experience' with Jun and his stepmom Chizuru ^_^). Kunhiko doesn't seem to be too happy about the wedding, for reasons that are never explained. Akemi's dad doesn't seem happy either by when she approaches him and he just leaves. Then Jun shows up and things get all sorts of confusing when we see that not only does Kunhiko know her 'well', but so does Akemi. The rest is textbook...Akemi and Jun get friendly before the wedding and then Akemi and Kunhiko get married! The setting is a bit depressing, with neither looking too happy.

Famous Trick History Hooligan Boy is just all kinds of weird. It sorta starts out reminding you of Rurouni Kenshin (especially since the main character resembles Kaoru) if you've seen it. A boy with a big robot is trying to take over some sort of town which is called EDO (the Edo dynasty?) and is kidnapping all these girls in the process. The main character is the leader of some sort of clan and her lover, Kadae, is captured by this 'Hooligan boy'. The main character, whose name I just cant remember, goes and tries to save her, getting caught in the process. Then her, the boy, and Kadae all get friendly together. Confusing? You bet it is! But its also not that bad. Just plot lacking if you will. But these two seem a bit more thick in plot compared to the first two, which doesn't say much. All in all you could pass up both Countdown and Countdown Continued, but why would you want to?

Henta Neko's Note: Edo is actually Tokyo's old name.

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