Spy of Darkness Revamped
Just when you think tentacle hentai could never get more disgusting,
you are presented with this. Yoni introduces a new breed of
multi-limbed horrorone that has thorns and a whole lot
of blood. Macabre doesn't begin to describe the imagery that
can permanently stamp itself in your brain and you might thank
the fast forward button for being such a good buddy. Don't
think that that's the only scenery available, though. There
are regular H sequences as well. The bald female monks featured
here are insatiable beyond fantasy. And since they're led
by a man with a penchant for setting aside duties in favor
of sex, you'd never run out of quivering flesh. Not to mention,
new "mouthpieces" for your titillation. Think Orgy
Training, Kama Sutra,
plus more breasts that can fit an entire screen. Yoni is definitely
boobier than your regular h-anime.
Our leading characters, molded from the same banana as the
Spies of Darkness,
are not the slow-down-let's-think-about-our-strategy-first
kind of girls. They just barge into the enemy's camp and just
kick whatever ass they see. But they have nothing to worry
about, since their gadgets conveniently save their hides like
Batman's utility belt saves his. I'll introduce them now before
somebody calls me rude. Heh. There's Sakura (Sakurako?), the
elegant priestess with an unlimited supply of ofuda and shikigami.
Then Yuka, the martial artists and the group's resident brawn.
Last but not least is the signature nerd whose name I've never
heard being called. Not that I'd remember any of their names
after writing this anyway
I'm not quite sure what to make of the story. The villain
head may seem to be adamant about his cult's goal at first,
but he turns into a blundering idiot when offered a new possible
fuck. Not that he wasn't a crybaby mama's wuss to begin with.
Ditto with the only other guy in the anime. Fortunately for
me, the other guy, an unsightly doctor with an impossibly
huge pot belly, doesn't get to be as lucky as most h-anime
uglies. He just provides us with a bit of a comic relief,
which is quite a welcome element considering the entire plot
is pointless enough as it is. Spy
of Darkness had more coherence when it came to story flow.
The so-called legend was never fully explained. The unconscious
woman, whom we assume to be the God Mother of the head villain,
never had a background. She just exists to make so many hospital
patients suffer by indirectly turning them into sex fiends
with spiky tentacles. There are also a few characters that
you might think are significant but actually aren't. Like
the orphaned Shiori, for instance. They're just there to pump
up the agents' emotional gauge as well as provide the perfect
excuse for more fornication. I see them more as a source of
confusion than anything else.
Saving graces? The art and animation; what else is there?
Everyone's so beautiful that even the bald ones look good.
You'll just have to deal with the occasional tub of lards
they put into the equation. Other than that, I have no complaints
in this department.