Truth be told, I wasn't looking forward to seeing Homeroom Affairs,
as the other hentai titles that ended with the word "Affairs"namely,
Office Affairs and that
vomit inducing Co-Ed Affairsall
left quite an acrid taste in my mouth. When you read the cover
summary for Homeroom Affairs, your mind begins to scream: "Stop
it with the disgusting student-teacher stories already!"
Imagine my delight when I found out that Homeroom Affairs is
nothing like the last two "Affair" titles that I've
seen. First of all, there isn't any serious humping going on.
While the tease Miyako is very creative in exposing her soft flesh,
all the sex in this anime is implied rather than enacted. In short,
this is the kind of hentai flick that I would recommend beginners.
Second, Homeroom Affairs is somewhat of a comedy. Oh sure, you
can say Co-Ed Affairs tried to be humorous, but please, that one
is as hilarious as a group of maggots feasting on a dead horse.
This one is just plain, simple fun that borders on the sweet and
romantic. Third, the creators of all these three "Affairs"
are not one and the same. I guess Skysenshi should've done a
little more research to save herself the sinking feeling of dread
prior to viewing, when experiencing the emotional struggle wasn't
necessary at all.
There are quite a few similarities with this title and Very
Private Lesson, in that there is a naughty student who finds
herself protected by a straight-laced bespectacled professorall
thanks to somebody who truly loves her. The main source of conflict
is also a misguided, horny goon who finds the light at the end
of the day. However, the baddie here, Kou, isn't as bad as we'd
first think. In fact, Kou shows a little sentimentality that made
me wish all gangsters would be just like him. Ah, the romance
of it! I guess it shows that despite being nothing exceptional,
Homeroom Affairs had characters that would be easy to remember
(I mean, who can forget that Miyako is a dead-ringer for Ranma's
Nabiki Tendo and Kou is a more desirable version of Yu Yu Hakusho's
In truth there really isn't anything remarkable about Homeroom
Affairs, especially if you compare them to other cute titles like
New Angel and Ujin
Brand. In fact it can be a forgettable title, seeing as most
stores no longer have it in stock. But the kawaii factor
makes it a refreshing experience, especially when you've spent
your hentai Sundays watching nothing but disgusting tentacles,
butt-ugly demonic monsters, and flying white gooey liquid.