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17:Is Redo of Healer an actual anime, or is it a hentai 2024?

Is Redo of Healer an actual anime, or is it a hentai Why does it have actual porn in it

It was adapted from a light novel format and has ecchi and harem elements, but it needs to reach the actual level of hentai for most people. The overt sexuality throughout is not the point of the anime but rather just accenting the plot. Another good example is High School DxD, where Rias is not shy about her nudity simply because she is a demon and has a different morality than humans.

So I would say that Kaiyari has no actual porn in it. It has explicit sexual moments that fit the plot and characters.

Redo of Healer is an anime, not a hentai, but it’s very close to being one. It’s a dark fantasy story about Keyaru, a healing magician chosen as one of the four heroes to save the world from demons. However, he soon realized that his healing magic had a hidden power: he could copy the skills and memories of anyone he healed. He also discovered that a corrupt empire ruled the world, which oppressed and exploited people like him. For four years, he was tortured, drugged, and raped by his fellow heroes and their allies, who used him as a tool and a toy. He finally decided to use his healing magic on the world, allowing him to rewind time and start over. He vowed to get revenge on everyone who wronged him and create a new world for himself and his allies. The anime contains graphic scenes of violence, sex, and torture, often censored or cut in some versions. Some people might enjoy it for its edgy plot and characters, while others might find it offensive and disturbing. It depends on your personal taste and tolerance level.

It is an anime – because it aired on television and was produced by an anime studio.

It is a hentai – because it includes numerous sex scenes

It includes porn – because the protagonist was sexually abused and seeks revenge by giving people a taste of their medicine.

What anime made a point to you?

Death Note

1. The good guys sometimes win.

2. The MC of stories can have a different mindset. The protagonist can be a psychopath; it doesn’t have to be a good, moral character.

Special A

No matter how good you think you are, someone will always be better than you.

AnoHana

Even if you regret something that happened, it’s already in the past, so stop worrying about it and move on.

What is your opinion on the Redo of Healer anime?

It’s pretty trash.

Fukushuu o Koinegau Saikyou Yuusha wa, Yami no Chikara de Senmetsu Musou Suru

Is Redo of Healer an actual anime, or is it a hentai? Why does it have actual porn in it?

It is an actually good revenge isekai that doesn’t use rape, unlike redo healer. It was the first revenge isekai I read, which I actually enjoyed. It doesn’t seem as edgy or childish compared to redo healer. It relies on the shock factor, but it’s still pretty good, and the revenge is creative, unlike Redo Healer.

The main character could be a better person. He’s a sadist who wants revenge, but you can’t help to root for him. It still isn’t something I would call a masterpiece, but I can’t get enough of it; it’s very enjoyable, and the main character is a badass.

Also, he isn’t a rapist.

Which anime villain made you cry?

A few, but I’ll give two main examples:-

Meruem

Meruem was a perfect villain for the Chimera Ants arc. At first, he may seem inhuman, and perhaps he was. He wasn’t a human. His development was flawless, and one of my favorite anime episode endings came when-

Netero believed the king was wavering between ant and human, but now…

I will not go into what this line means as I want to keep this mostly spoiler-free.

His ending is what made me cry. That’s all. No more spoilers!

Madara made me cry when they showed his past with Hashirama. When Hashirama was planning the leaf village, this was what Madara said-

In this village, I will be able to protect my brother.

The next two images say it all.

Thanks for reading!

What are the top 10 non-mainstream anime, in your opinion?

10. Soredemo Sekai wa Utsukashii

Although quite underrated in the shoujo romance genre, this anime is a hidden gem that can rival the charm of even Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun. Soredemo has a strong female lead and an interesting male lead, which adds a few twists to this typical arranged marriage concept. The animation is smooth and enjoyable. Good pacing.

9. Kokkoku

We are all used to the concept of stopping time anytime you want. In Kokkoku, the main character, Juri, learns of a technique that allows people to jump to a specific point where everything is frozen except the person using the power. This show brings a disturbing concept to the table, which I rarely see in any series (you will understand what I’m talking about if you watch it). Plus, the opening is FIRE.

8. Grand Blue

Grand Blue is something that everyone has seen before. But how the anime was presented gave off a fresh vibe of a youthful summer topped off with hilarious comedy. This had me on the floor wheezing. And like that previous anime, the opening is CATCHY ASF.

7. Megalo Box

Boxing anime isn’t relevant in popularity, excluding Hajime and Ippo. Megalo Box introduces a world where boxing is the hottest thing, and fighters use gear instead of sheer strength to assist in boxing matches. The main character, Joe, also differs from your typical … average Joe.

6. Happy Sugar Life

Happy Sugar Life is centered around two girls who want to be with each other forever. Sounds like a cutesy anime if you ask me. Boy, was I wrong? After days of contemplating whether or not I should watch it, I finally did, and it did not disappoint. The action scenes were enough to give me goosebumps.

5. Kuzu no Honkai

I’ve honestly never seen an anime focusing on the idea of sexual pleasure to push away the feeling of being heartbroken. This anime zooms in on sexual desires and how people deal with rejection. Since no other anime has touched on this subject, it is worth watching this anime.

4. Banana Fish

Like Kuzu no Honkai, Banana Fish focuses on topics not covered in anime — gangs, drugs, violence, the mafia, etc. Banana Fish is presented accurately and in a different perspective from a thug rather than a normal person. (Also, some scenes in Banana Fish correspond to the real world).

3. Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai

This anime is not mainstream, but it is growing in popularity. Bunny Girl Senpai is an anime that focuses on topics generally not done in anime — Puberty syndrome. It is an interesting idea executed well with good animation, plot, voice acting, and a chill MC who thinks the supernatural is not that big of a deal. .-.

2. Saga of Tanya the Evil

Isekai. A genre is rapidly growing in the anime community. Tanya is reincarnated in another world as a child in a country fighting a war. I won’t give spoilers, but I’m just going to say I consider this another version of Death Note; the main character is a GENIOUS. The action scenes are epic, the voice acting is done well, and the concept of war fought with magic is awesome.

1. The Promised Neverland

This anime was recently added to the anime collection, and let me say — holy cow, is this good? It is new, so The Promised Neverland is not mainstream… yet. I have a feeling it will be. The three main characters are geniuses and find out they are being raised to be eaten. They have to use their brains to find a way to escape with everyone else. The animation, freshness, pacing, and plot twists sent me chills when I watched it. nanananananana na na na~

Why do anime fans hate Redo of Healer?

It’s essentially a Ryona hentai disguised as an anime that was made to fulfill some person’s fantasy who had the time, money, and resources to do so.

It’s about rape, abuse, torture, and anything in between, all in a sexualized manner.

It’s the new generation’s ‘Boku no Pico.’

I’d say it’s pretty crappy. But there are many worse things in the anime/manga if you look hard enough. This is just something that reached mainstream audiences.

What is currently your favorite Isekai anime?

My favorite Isekai anime… that’s easy because I only have a small list.

Re: Zero Starting Life in Another World

Yes, this is my favorite Isekai and also my first Isekai. I watched this in 8th grade and thought it was the best anime I’ve ever watched. A few years later, when I decided to rewatch it, it still surprised me and made me emotional. Like goddamn! TELL HER YOU CAN RELIVE! TELL HER! NO, YOU CAN’T TELL HER!

This is the best out of all the Isekai anime I’ve watched. Sorry, I haven’t watched Slime, Overlord, or KonoSuba…

My Isekai list if anyone is interested. :3 (In order I watched them)

  1. Sword Art Online
  2. Angel Beats
  3. Re: Zero
  4. The Devil is a Part-Timer (sort of an Isekai. Reverse-Isekai)
  5. No Game, No Life
  6. Zero no Tsukaima
  7. Problem Children
  8. Saga of Tanya the Evil (Youjo Senki)

What anime brought tears to your eyes?

Now, before I answer, I want to say one thing: I don’t cry for anything entertainment-related: death, weddings, pets death, nothing makes me tear up.

The most I do is get a little emotional (barely). Other than that, nothing.

Now… I present to you.

Yuuki Konno

SPOILERS FOR SWORD ART ONLINE INCOMING READ AT YOUR DISCRETION

Yuuki Konno was a player who was just as good as Kirito in sword fighting; Asuna was the only person to come close to beating her in a duel

People wonder why she was so strong well

Yuuki had HIV, which caused AIDS, so she couldn’t leave the airtight room that she was placed in; her only source of entertainment was the nerve gear.

While in-game, Asuna got close to Yuuki, so much so that she tracked her down in real life, and through a camera, Asuna allowed Yuuki to see things in the outside world.

One day, Yuuki’s condition worsened, and Asuna rushed to the hospital. Knowing her death was near, she logged her into the Game, and in-game, Asuna held Yuuki in her arms. Here, Yuuki thanks Asuna for everything and tells her that her last moments were full of fulfillment. Yuuki then passes away peacefully in Asuna’s arms. Her close friends surround her and more than 3,000 other players.

When I say I cried, I don’t mean I teared up or just one tear. No, I was full-blown crying. A constant stream of tears fell from my eyes during this scene, and I’ll never forget how this arc was the one that broke me

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What English-dubbed adult-based anime should be watched alone (that isn’t Kill la Kill)?

Black Lagoon

Boobs. Prostitutes. Sex. Gruesome violence. Gangsters. Drugs… This anime is Ghetto in every sense of the word.

And there are so many F-bombs dropped that even Gordon Ramsay would be in disbelief.

Black Lagoon is an adult-based anime you’re best off watching alone, especially in certain episodes. And mostly because… you’ll enjoy it more when you’re alone.

If you want something deep, meaningful, and packed with action and some of the best lines an English Dub offers, this is it.

What is your honest review of Redo of a Healer (2021 anime)?

Some bullshit.

I hate this kind of anime and manga. I can’t stand it; it’s ridiculous, grotesque, unrealistic to a point beyond stupidity.

I read the first chapters of this manga some time ago, and honestly, the story quickly turned into an insane bunch of everything I can’t stand in anime/manga.

I wonder if this stuff is supposed to be funny, horrible, and so on.

Because some situations and reactions of the characters, and the story in general, make the plot feel so silly, I can’t take this thing seriously for two seconds.

There are so many great stories about dark themes, and they are very serious, well-written, and with realistic reactions. This stuff isn’t even meant to be Hentai; it’s a Dark Fantasy novel series… Wtf?

Yet the fucking author doesn’t even bother to tell us an actual story.

The plot equals cheap Hentai, really, and I don’t like or watch Hentai, so yeah, I’m not the intended audience here, definitely not.

Is Redo of Healer an actual anime, or is it a hentai? Why does it have actual porn in it?

The manga was garbage. The anime is worse.

I must be drunk to watch this stuff and view it as a “good” or even “interesting” story.

Is Redo of Healer an actual anime, or is it a hentai? Why does it have actual porn in it?

The novels are pretty good; I’ve never read them to be able to judge, but the manga and the anime are a big no to me.

Why is the redo of the healer anime so controversial?

Because it’s a hentai mixed with a lot of rape.

It’s problematic because its rating was for teens originally, and it has not moved up to mature, aka 17+, which is considered borderline; Hentai is rated 18+.

Also, it was released globally, involving rape scenes which are highly shocking and illegal in many places, even if it’s just an animation; notably, the US has a law for it.

Hentai is always on a limited scale because of certain laws and ethics that ban them from being released, but the age of the internet changed this; this anime passed through regulation because it was labeled 17+, and notably, many free stream sites have allowed access to many anime in high quality.

Are there any anime without extreme gore, sexual themes & nudity, and spiritual/religious themes?

Hmm…. I was looking at the two answers that preceded mine and your comment on one of them. When I first saw your question, Doraemon and Detective Conan came to mind. Looks like you’re looking for anime with a more realistic feel and preferably a mature plot that abides by your question.

There are quite a number like that, but the anime Slice of Life with decent doses of drama would suit your request best. This is also the kind of stuff I like best anyway, and I know my way around them. I’ll also throw in some movies as feature films are always eventful (read: with plot), and most are purposefully created to exhibit beautiful, realistic art.

Let’s try these:

1. Hachimitsu to Clover / Honey and Clover

I suggest you start with this. It may have that big-eyed character art style, but the story, characters, and ambiance steal the show. Not kiddie stuff. It explores the philosophical essence of bittersweet youth following five students of an art college. The series is soothing, mature, and light-hearted at the same time.

2. Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai / We Still Don’t Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day / AnoHana

Such a long name, I know. The story is set around a group of childhood friends, but the theme and story is quite mature. There’s a supernatural element (read: the ghost of a departed friend), but it might not be a deal-breaker for you.

3. Barakamon

It is a comedy about a city boy “banished” to rural Japan. This is a pure slice of life, full of cheeky kids and intrusive odd neighbors. Explores the theme of indulging in simple pleasures and the joys of companionship. It’s the kind of anime to snuggle to on cold, rainy nights as the villagers of all ages offer heart-warming moments with a dose of laughter.

4. Usagi Drop

This may sound repetitive, but this is another wonderful series that strives to be bittersweet, light-hearted, and heart-warming simultaneously. A good slice of life always has that. This anime focuses on the parental relationships of an adult and a child. Don’t be fooled; that girl is not even his daughter. You’d be surprised how they’d come about to live together and indulge in the beautiful story of them learning to take care of each other.

5. Ristorante Paradiso

The first thing you would notice is how different the characters look. First, they need to look more Japanese and be more realistically drawn. Second, you’ll notice it has a lot of older people in it. It starts as a vengeful family drama turned into a good slice-of-life story of working in a restaurant in Rome. The series has a quiet and slow-paced vibe, which makes it classy, mature, and realistic.

6. Gin no Saji / Silver Spoon

Set in the countryside like Barakamon, this anime is located in an agricultural high school in Hokkaido. Surrounded by livestock and vegetables, we follow the struggles of a city boy, a new student fitting in with country kids more talented at farming stuff than he is. It’s a lot of fun watching them going about their school life, learning a thing or two about farming and animal care.

7. Bartender

It is a mature anime about a mysterious bartender who concocts the perfect beverage to match his clients and their problems. The series is more episodic, features different customers in each episode, and touches on different adult-life problems and contemplations. An interesting part of the show is when the history of certain cocktails and liquors is shown, including how to make them. It might not be everyone’s cocktail glass, but it’s interesting to watch.

8. Moyashimon / Tales of Agriculture

Apart from Honey and Clover, this is my favorite out of all the anime listed. It’s at the bottom because there are some fanservice scenes, which you may not like, though they’re pretty decent. It’s a very well-researched anime about a boy who could see and interact with microbes. Like Silver Spoon, the anime sets itself in an agricultural university in Tokyo. The series is highly educational as the characters eat and introduce you to various fermented foods and how to make them. The microbes are just adorable, and each microbe character represents a different type or strain of real-life bacteria.

The last four above span around food. Writing on a hungry stomach reminds me of these titles. If you are okay with food anime for young audiences, there’s Yakitate!! Japan, Yumeiro Patissiere, Toriko and Mister Ajikko. These have actual storylines rather than plain episodic, but Mister Ajikko subs are terrible (it kills my mood to watch it). Two other good food anime are Shokugeki no Souma and Ben-to, but they’re filled with fanservice.

Feature films:

1. The Wind Rises

BOOM. I’m sorry. I always drop a Ghibli bomb or two in all my recommendations. Ghibli Studio movies are some surefire ways to answer your question, but if you’re looking for mature stories from the studio, there are a selected few. One of the best is this film, The Wind Rises, a final masterpiece of Miyazaki sensei (or so he says). It’s a semi-fiction biography of a famous WWII Japanese war aircraft designer, Jiro Horikoshi. The movie had animated real-life events in history and added wonderful drama and depth to the story. A must-watch.

2. Only Yesterday

One of the most underrated anime by Ghibli focused on mature storytelling of the chronicles of growing into adulthood and the bittersweet choices in life. The movie is mostly set in the countryside but flashes back to definitive moments of a ’60s child. Nostalgic, beautiful, and realistic, Only Yesterday is a wonderful story of embracing life.

3. Kotonoha no Niwa / The Garden of Words

Few animations reach the astounding levels of art as this Makoto Shinkai movie had. The art style is incredibly beautiful and is the most realistic-to-life animation art. It’s a form of “forbidden romance” story but offers more complexity in its storytelling and beautiful syncing with the animation of its surroundings. Quiet, graceful, and elegant, the movie reaches great heights in mature romance anime.

5. Byousoku 5 Centimeter / 5 Centimeters Per Second

Another beautiful Makoto Shinkai movie this one precedes The Garden of Words and is one of Shinkai’s most famous creations. Another romance focuses on the life experiences of a pair of young lovers separated by space and time. It has a lovely air and moves calmly, but viewers are mostly fixated on the beauty of the art in the animation.

I should’ve warned: My writings are long.

Thanks for asking. Hope you find something to your liking.

What is the scariest animated series you’ve seen?

Here’s a vote for a weird, twisted children’s western animated series.

Courage the Cowardly Dog.

Say what you want. This is not nostalgia talking; This show is insane.

It follows a pink dog named Courage.

Courage belongs to an elderly farmer family consisting of Muriel, a kind-hearted, naive old lady, and Eustace, a sadistic, abusive, bitter older man.

The whole family lives literally in the middle of Nowhere. But creepy things appear in Nowhere occasionally. Things like demons inhabiting mattresses, gangs of zombie marauders, undead directors who made a living making snuff films, a crocodile that turns people into puppets, a shadow that harasses people by showing them awfully disturbing images, a three-dimensional Pharaoh zombie that causes loud music to play, swarms of locusts to eat everything, and so on….. And so on.

This show is weird. Very weird.

Some may say it’s childish these days, and that’s fine. But if you ask me, it holds up regarding his psychotic, maniacal sense of humor.

That’s a spirit right there…. From the show.

Also…..

The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.

This strange show is…. not right at all.

It follows a naive young boy named Flapjack, who hangs out with a hobo made of wood and lives inside a talking whale….

Flapjack and the hobo get in all sorts of adventures…. For when Flapjack befriends a rat that gives everyone the plague, or when the hobo eats too much candy that he turns into a raving candy addict, and when the hobo bets Flap on a card game, leading to Flap becoming an accountant to a perfectly normal 20-foot tall wrestler, and when Flapjack and the hobo collect fish heads for the local doctor, leading to the creation of a giant hairy fish head monster….

And when Flapjack becomes a beard for the hobo, they can enter a beard contest to win the daughter of the local candy salesperson…. Man…

And when…. the doctor wants to cure the hobo of his candy addiction, he proposes that he grind up his tongue, polish his teeth with a toilet scrubber….. fill his stomach with lava rocks…. and close off his throat with a nest of wasps….

hmm…

I…. love this show…

What is your opinion on the Redo of Healer anime?

In my opinion, it’s not that bad, but I’m fucked up in the head, so I guess that explains a lot. If you enjoy watching revenge-based anime, borderline hentai, and anime with more mature themes, and you don’t mind the gore, the sex, and all that, then watch it. In my opinion, people are overreacting to say the anime is hot garbage when they can’t handle such major topics in an anime. This anime crosses many lines, and typical anime doesn’t, like someone said. I get that it has a bunch of disturbing shit, but then anime isn’t bad overall. Though the fandom is 10000000000% fucked up, this is like, hardcore revenge-based anime, and believe me, that one guy who said that some of the viewers were like, “I wish I could rape her too” that crap is true. I’ve seen people in the comments like, saying, “damn, he went light on the revenge” and, “If I were him i would have have done this [insert list of torture methods] “so if that type of stuff creeps you out, don’t watch it, please dont do that to yourself.

Long story short, this anime is fucked up, and if you can’t handle that, don’t watch it, but if you can and enjoy watching fucked up stuff, grab yourself a snack and enjoy the revenge of this loser.

What is your opinion on the Redo of Healer anime?

The whole problem with the controversy surrounding the Redo of a Healer is that it is a different Genre. It’s a hentai and should not be compared to mainstream anime.

Although plenty of fantasy series have heavy fanservice and characters getting into questionable situations, actual sex scenes aren’t shown. They might be heavily implied.

I admit that shows like How to Summon a Demon Lord Retry and Demon King Daimao are my favorite. The characters are interesting, and I can forgive a lot because it’s just something I like.

With that being said, I have seen a lot of fantasy-based Hentai and Yaoi, and it is expected for the main character to be different from likable. I have seen some pretty terrible ones with tentacle monsters and torture porn I had to turn off.

Yes, Redo of a healer is ridiculous, but it’s like a trainwreck of porn. It’s either so horrible you can’t watch it, or it’s so horrible you want to see how it turns out.

What is your honest review of Redo of a Healer (2021 anime)?

It’s not as bad as people make it seem to be.

This is not the most significant written art out there for what it is, but people have to see the bigger picture. This anime is interesting for me for now, and it’s something else, in a good way.

I have to applaud the bravery the creators of this anime have taken for taking a step different from all the other animes that we know of, even though they know there will be controversy on the show, as seen from the other answers to this question. It’s not the worst written thing in the world, let’s be honest; it has a pretty decent plotline, taking some originality into itself. The main highlight of the show is the hentai-like scenes, which show how breaking the norm can get you something desired or not. Still, I don’t understand people; you know, there’s always a censored version out there and the speed-up feature to skip the scenes, but people, as they are, still force themselves to watch the entire show and end up hating them(?) pretty mysterious if you ask me.

Again, the bigger picture, the plot, and the anime itself bend some anime rules to their will. It is a pretty exciting take but could lead to criticism and divided opinions. The people who can appreciate the storyline will get something new, and for those who can’t, racism is generated; that’s how the Redo of Healer’s community works. This anime is pretty subjective and controversial; it’s a total hit or miss.

Redo of Healer is a decent, somewhat interesting anime for all its qualities, flaws, and originality. Cheers.

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