Anime Series Like Interspecies Reviewers

There are many import questions in life – Which girl truly is best girl? What consists of the best fapping material? Are certain fetishes sexist? To answer these questions and more, intrepid adventurers visit brothel after brothel to find the answers and provide their unbiased reviews.

Ecchi trash? Not as much as you’d think. Yes, you definitely want to find the uncensored version, but it is refreshing to see a show in which the Harem King actually has to pay to play. Anyway, if you want to see more anime recommendations like Interspecies Reviewers, we got you.

For Fans of Fantasy Monster Girls

Monster Musume

With his parents abroad, Kimihito Kurusu is living the quiet alone life. Or rather, he was until an incompetent interspecies exchange coordinator made him the caretakers of a Lamia named Miia. With a supernatural creature now living in his house, it serves to not only break up his peace, but attract other supernatural beings as well.

Of all the other recommendations, Monster Musume is the most similar to Interspecies Reviewers. Certainly it isn’t about reviewing the monster girls, but it does have a wide variety of them to fit every fetish. Interestingly enough, Monster Musume is more romantic comedy than the pure ecchi comedy that Interspecies Reviewers is.

High School DxD

Average pervert Issei Hyoudou has done nothing productive with his life save for dreaming of attracting a harem. Things are looking up when a girl asks him on a date, but unfortunately she turns out to be a fallen angel and brutal kills him. However, he gets a second chance at life when a classmate (and devil) revives him to be her servant.

High School DxD isn’t quite as varied with its monster girls. They may be angels and demons, but they sure as hell look like regular human girls. However, the similarities are still there where it counts – the endless amount of ecchi comedy.

A Centaur’s Life

Thanks to the different route taken by evolution, there are no humans in this world, only supernatural creatures. Himeno is a sweet and shy centaur girl who is in a class full of angels, devils, and beast people, but this is all normal in the world. Despite everything being supernatural, this is about Himeno’s completely normal life.

Let’s get this out of the way, A Centaur’s Life isn’t ecchi in any way. As a slice of life show, it is pretty wholesome. However, it does have a nice variety of different fantasy girls being cute, and with the right amount of imagination, you can make it work for you.

For Fans of So Ecchi It Mind As Well Be Hentai

Green Green

Kanenone Gakuen has decided to try and merge with a nearby all-girls school to become co-ed. To see how the transition might go, they engage in a test in which a group of girls come to stay for the month. Yuusuke is there when the bus arrives, only for a girl to jump off it and suddenly embrace him.

Green Green is notorious for being just on the borderline enough to be an anime and not its sordid cousin, hentai. Both series aren’t afraid to throw sex in the mix and definitely would be better watches when uncensored.

Why the Hell are You Here, Sensei?

Ichirou Satou is average in all respects, save for the fact that he has a knack for finding himself in lewd situations with his teacher, Kana.

This has nothing else in common with Interspecies Reviewers except for the fact that the censoring is obnoxious and it covers a lot of different fetishes.

To Love-Ru

All the timid Rito wants is to confess his love to a girl in class. However, things quickly become complicated when one night a naked girl comes crashing on him while he is in the bath. This girl, as it turns out, is an alien princess on the run and she wants to marry him to avoid a political marriage. Thus begins Rito’s endless days of struggle.

The first season of To Love-Ru actually isn’t that terribly ecchi, but when you move onto season two, you will find a lot in common here. The girls are both fantasy in nature and the longer it goes on, the lewder it gets.

For Fans of Huge, Well-Animated Sweater Meat

Queen’s Blade

In this world, the ruling Queen is decided by a tournament that happens every few years. This is the story of a young warrior who is traveling to the upcoming tournament.

Queen’s Blade is well-known for having women in armor that shows off some of their best assets. Assets of every different size and shape, but always shiny and bouncy. Furthermore, since it is a tournament fighting anime, you get a lot of nice shots, many more so than Interspecies Reviewers and its simple comedy premise.

Qwaser of Stigmata

After two sisters find a wounded man, they bring him back home. That very same night, a serial killer that has been prowling the area breaks into their home. They end up being saved by this man who reveals himself as a Qwaser, a person capable of controlling chemical elements by partaking in Soma, obtained through the breasts of women.

Interspecies Reviewers is about reviewing women at brothels while Qwaser of Stigmata is about a guy that powers up by suckling. Each show immediately tells you what it is right off the cuff.

Bikini Warriors

In this world, four heroes are tasked with fighting the impending darkness. Unfortunately, while they look good in their revealing bikini armor, they are hopelessly inept, vain, and deeply outmatched by the dangers they are supposed to be fighting.

Both are all about that ecchi comedy. Bikini Warriors focuses on a female main character in stereotypical fantasy women’s armor – i.e. bikinis. They both show off a lot of assets in a lovingly animated way.

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