Ey, it's been a long time since I've seen tentacle hentai!
Lately, H fandom has been barraged with hilarious blackmail
themes that I nearly forgot about this 20th century "innovation"
that brought animated porn to the attention of the masses.
I've long since gotten over my queasiness at the sight of
multi-limbed monsters and I've recently started to learn to
I was prepared to see more of these creatures in Mission
of Darkness, ready and willing to feel numb or die of excessive
laughter. Unfortunately, when things start to get eroticafter
all, these tentacles look like a man's appendagethe
height of sexual peak gets disgusting. A girl's stomach grows
big with alien fluid (see first screenshot) and she eventually
bursts. The same scene happens again, this time to a number
of girls. Not only do you get treated to the vision of bellies
exploding, you also get to see breasts fall off from abusive
faces tearing apart from too many tentacles
wanting to get in. It was simply
All right, it gets funny in the later parts, so bear with
me. The English dubbing is bland at best. The efforts at making
everything seem like a true horror story is hysterical, especially
as the only time the voice actresses become convincing is
when they are moaning and doing their usual porn star activity.
The characters are veritable morons, especially that "intelligent"
doctor who doesn't seem to have self-preservation instincts.
A regular woman would have intuition that would make her run
to the nearest exit as soon as she feels danger, but that's
just not the case here.
Soon, mass panic arises. All the women are disappearing!
About time hentai developers realize that you can't victimize
an unlimited supply of women forever. Military officials begin
to think of possible ways to lure the insatiable beast, but
32 years of virginity causes a miscalculation. Not to worry,
Girlzilla arrives at the scene on time, amidst a bevy of horny
women and military men. She tackles the hideous monster and
ultimately saves the day.
Oh, what fun. Eyes roll. The comical thing here is that one
of the characters mirrors my own thoughts as he utters, twice
in an exasperated tone, "Gimme a break." Glad somebody
in Mission of Darkness sympathizes with me.