Another Top 10 Guilty Pleasure Anime

Written by Alex Crilly-Mckean We’re uh…just watching it for a joke…heh. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down another top ten guilty pleasure anime. For this list, we’ll be looking at another selection of anime that we’re not exactly proud of liking but do so regardless. If you see don’t an entry on here that you think should have made the cut, be sure to check out our original top 10. Special thanks to our user Maiya McCrary for submitting the idea on our interactive suggestion tool: WatchMojo.comsuggest
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Another Top 10 Guilty Pleasure Anime

We’re uh…just watching it for a joke…heh. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down another top ten guilty pleasure anime.

For this list, we’ll be looking at another selection of anime that we’re not exactly proud of liking but do so regardless. If you see don’t an entry on here that you think should have made the cut, be sure to check out our original top 10.

#10: “Ladies versus Butlers!” (2010)

You would think that with such a comedic set-up there could also be room for some honest humor and playful moments. But nope, it’s all boobs. The slapstick and fan-service run a mile a minute in this series, along with all the typical harem style tropes for our unwitting protagonist to navigate. It can certainly get repetitive, but compared to a lot of other titles in its genre there is an odd charm to it that might force the odd chuckle out of you. That or you just came for Sanae.

#9: “K-On!” (2009-10)

If you’re in the mood to watch something light-hearted with a bit of musical flare, then Yui and the girls have got you covered. The dynamic between the members of the Light Music Club can certainly be investing at times, with each of the characters have their own adorable quirks…but other than that all you’re doing is watching a group of little girls practice guitar, eat sweets and hang out. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, it’s just well know that the show is a favourite among the older male demographic.

#8: “Black Butler” (2008-14)

There can be no denying that Sebastian is one hell of a butler. The way he effortlessly solves the problems, whether they be regular or supernatural, in the name of his young master Ciel Phantomhive was fun to watch. And then came the fangirls. Granted the anime does a poor job of NOT alluding to the possibility of sexual collaboration between an underage boy who is frequently forced into cross-dressing and his demonically adult man-servant. Outsiders can certainly get a kick out of this series, but do your best to avoid Tumblr at all cost.

#7: “Triage X” (2015)

Aka, Michael Bay: The Anime. We’re not even joking. Working under the organisation of Black Label, a lone hero with a tragic backstory, along with a legion of busty beauties dedicate themselves to hunting down evildoers everywhere and taking them out. Complete with enough fan-service, explosions and violence to satisfy the most pubescent of teenagers, we really can’t emphasise how much this series will forgo any kind of creativity in exchange for either a gratuitous boob shot or some kind of crazy motorcycle stunt.

#6: “Ghost Stories” (English Dub Version) (2005)

This is truly something special, and a guilty pleasure unlike any other on our list. What was originally a supernatural horror series back in Japan was received so poorly that the English voice actors literally decided to say “screw it! Let’s make it a comedy.” The odd thing? It actually works. The delivery is always on point, the jokes are dry, mature and totally juxtapose the animation. As long as you don’t take it too seriously you can have a great time with this one, after all they did take a boring heroine and turn her into fanatical, racist Christian.

#5: “Valvrave the Liberator” (2013)

Where to start with this one… In what can only be described as a beautiful train-wreck of a show, we are subjected to some of anime’s classic tropes that are then completely flipped on their heads. These include but are in no way limited to: a young, reluctant, boy pilot… who becomes a vampire, in space, who finds the ultimate mecha, and must battle against an oppressive interstellar regime, while also having the whole thing set in a high school, and also the power makes him sexually assault people. [Start saying this faster and faster if possible.]

#4: “Bleach” (2004-12)

Remember when this show stood as one of the shonen juggernauts? How the sword-wielding escapades of Ichigo and company was on a whole other tier during the Soul Society arc? And then it all fell to pieces. Well, maybe that’s a bit harsh, since the story elements involving Aizen and the Espada were indeed entertaining and in some cases genuinely awesome. But alas, its greatness is stained by the immense amount of filler arcs, an ending that wasn’t up to par and still no sign of a continuation of the manga’s storyline. Needless to say we choose to remember the glory days when it comes to this one.

#3: “The Testament of Sister New Devil” (2015)

You have mildly raunchy ecchi, you have softcore hentai, and then you have this show. We won’t bother talking about the various battles with demons, since the series itself seems to only be focused on the harem of ladies oh-so-eager for sexy times with our lead. Kinkiness most certainly overtakes plot, from the ‘she’s kinda your sister but not related by blood so you can totally bang her’ to the overly sexualised teacher, there really is no end to the lewdness. Can you still enjoy it? For sure, you’ll just feel very, very dirty afterwards.

#2: “Smile PreCure” (2012-13)

How sickly sweet is this show, you may ask? Let’s just say even the most cutesy magical girl anime is hardcore in comparison to what we have here. In order to defeat an evil emperor whose singular goal is to create the ultimate unhappy ending for the kingdom’s inhabitants, five girls are selected to defeat this menace through the power of happiness, peace, love and every other cliché you can imagine, as the Glitter Force. The series is clearly aimed at little girls, and in that regard it’s totally harmless. But once again, you, yourself, probably should let any one know you like it…

#1: “Monster Musume” (2015)

It may not be the most perverted anime out there, it may have more character and variety than those found in the ecchi genre, but this series does something no other has quite managed to accomplish. It blurs the line between raunchiness…and bestiality. How so? By having busty ladies getting into all sorts of steamy situations with our lead, who all happen to be part monster. While it does have its odd tender moments and may even be able to make you laugh on occasion, chances are you’re still going to be internally conflicted about watching a guy grope and ample-chested female centaur.
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