Ishuzoku Reviewers Episode 11 : In a world where many different humanoid species exist and prostitution is legal, there exists various brothels for each kind of species run by “succu-girls”, who have succubus blood running through them. As each species has different opinions on how each succu-girl works for them, various brothel visitors have become reviewers, rating their experiences with various succu-girls and posting them in the local tavern. The series largely centers on a human named Stunk, an elf named Zel, and an angel named Crimvael.
On June 28, 2019, Kadokawa announced that the manga would receive a television anime adaptation produced by Passione. The 12-episode series was directed by Yuki Ogawa and written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, with character designs by Makoto Uno and music composed by Kotone Uchihigashi. Junji Majima, Yūsuke Kobayashi, and Miyu Tomita (the voice actors of Stunk, Zel, and Crimvael, respectively) performed the opening theme song “Ikōze☆Paradise” (イこうぜ☆パラダイス, lit. Let’s Go Paradise) and the ending theme “Hanabira Ondo” (ハナビラ音頭, lit. Flower Petal Ondō). The series premiered on AT-X on January 11, 2020, with a censored version later airing on Tokyo MX, BS11, KBS, and SUN. In February 2020, Tokyo MX cancelled its broadcast due to “changes in circumstances within [the station]”, while SUN cancelled future airings of the series at the behest of channel company’s management. It began airing on GBS on February 28, 2020 and on BBC on March 7, 2020.
The anime was licensed in North America by Funimation, which simulcast the first three censored episodes with English subtitles and later released a dubbed version of the first episode.However, the company removed the series from its online streaming platform on January 31, stating that it “fell outside of [Funimation’s] standards.”On February 1, the company’s French subsidiary Wakanim announced that it would discontinue the English release, but continued offering the anime with French, German, and Russian subtitles. On February 2, Australian subsidiary AnimeLab announced that it would continue simulcasting the series in Australia and New Zealand after “adjusting [its] sourcing of materials.” On February 6, Amazon Prime Video removed the anime from its service.
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