Most men won't like this.
Judging from the name of the writer, I'm guessing this one
is written by a female, assisted by a good dose of male hormones.
The basic concept of Beast City, she-vampires preying on the
male member once in a while, feels feminine to me. Women here
grab the sexual sword and wave it around the way most male
hentai characters do.
The concept itself is fresh. It's very rare that we encounter
vampire hentai. In fact, this is the first of its kind that
I've seen. It's a shame because vampires are the most erotic
mythical creatures imaginable. They don't have inhibitions
and most stories say that they're not really particular with
gender differences. My kind of thing.
Beast City's characters are so silly, I can guarantee that
you won't forget them. You either find their antics highly
entertaining or you hate them to an unmeasurable degree. Three
central figures are in the spotlight, headed by the powerful
Vampire Mina. Her two sidekicks seem to play dumb, are actually
dumb, or just simply awestruck by Mina's abilities. Enter
Tetsuo and Megumi, two ordinary human beings with extraordinary
destinies. It's all one big happy family! By the way, that
unrequited love Megumi has for Tetsuo? Unmistakably angst
fanfic material. And still very female.
I have no complaints in the art and animation department.
I've seen the first episode in 2001 and it looks just as good
as when I saw the rest of it in 2003. The whole plot leaves
a lot to be desired, however. Tetsuo reminds me a lot of Urotsukidoji's
Nagumo or that little brat in Twin
Dolls. What all three uglies have in common is that the
fiends in their respective series are always looking for them.
They're supposedly fated to rule some sexually depraved kingdoms.
The tentacles and the overall themethe blood, the gore,
the somewhat disgusting h-scenescarry the Urotsukidoji
scent. So much for originality.
I have an idea! Why don't we just rename this vehicle to
"Urotsukidoji: The Untold Female Perspective."