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1----[[foldercontrol]][[folder: AD]]* ''Anime/AgentAika'' and ''Anime/NajicaBlitzTactics'' have plenty of fight scenes, but almost everyone is more interested in the massive amounts of {{Panty Shot}}s.* ''Nisemonogatari'', the sequel to ''LightNovel/{{Bakemonogatari}}'', has several interesting characters with very witty fast cut dialogue, amazing visuals and Creator/AkiyukiShinbo's unique directing style, not to mention the subtext of the meaning of original and imitation regarding everyday life. But you will all fondly recall the moment where you nearly died of laughter or shame when Koyomi brushed his sister Karen's teeth and it was supposed to [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything remind you of something]].* Outside of the ''Manga/BlackButler'' fandom, the series is often known for the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything corset scene]] and the scene where Ciel was DisguisedInDrag. That dress is his IconicOutfit despite being only worn once.* ''Manga/CannonGodExaxxion'' is a near-''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Eva]]''-level deconstruction of {{Super Robot|Genre}} stories, particularly of the "[[AlienInvasion aliens invade]], teenager's MadScientist grandfather gives him a HumongousMecha to fight them with" variety and has a lot to say about the nature of heroism and the truth. Ask people about it on the Internet, though, and all you'll hear is talk, often derisive, about certain scenes with {{Lolicon|AndShotacon}} undertones (and, uh, one with possible ''over''tones, but still).* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' is a political mecha anime about an exiled prince who wants to destroy the Britannian Empire in order to provide a peaceful world for his sister with the use of the Geass. But most people would also remember that there's the Picture Drama where the Ashford Academy female council members are in a public bath and discussing boys and breasts measurements. And let's not forget the high amounts of fanservice in the show particularly the Ashford Academy-centric episodes, that time where Kallen's breasts seemed to enhance larger and C.C.'s butt shot in R2 Episode 11. Even the merchandise and side materials are banking on the fanservice for both guys and gals.* ''Anime/CrossAnge'' is a mecha anime in a CrapsackWorld about FantasticRacism against people who can't use magic, featuring graphic deaths, a FallenPrincess who discovers that she's a member of the group of humanity she had discriminated against, and a lot of blood. However, odds are that if you ask anyone about it, they'll mention the huge amounts of fanservice, the fact that the majority of the female cast is either bi or lesbian, and the large amount of rape (both attempted and successful).* There's a scene in ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' where November 11 lounges around [[spoiler:Amber's headquarters]] buck-naked. Naturally, fan tributes kind of fixate on it.* ''Anime/DivergenceEve'' has a very serious and complex sci-fi plot, but that doesn't get talk about much. Instead, most people focus on the fact that almost every female (not an exaggeration) has breasts the size of their heads and wears extremely tight-fitted clothing. It's almost impossible not to talk about the fanservice because of how omnipresent and out of place it is with the seriousness of the plot.[[/folder]][[folder: EM]]* ''Anime/EdenOfTheEast'' is an OntologicalMystery story that revolves around a man who wakes up with eight-billion yen and no memory as he seeks to find out who he is, why he erased his own memory, and just what the secret organization that gave him all that money expects him to do with it. You would probably not know this from talking to its fans, however, because they're all too busy giggling over [[http://omochikaeri.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/eden_of_the_east.jpg this]]. And once they get over that, they must contend with the [[NakedPeopleAreFunny vast horde of naked dudes]] that shows up later in the series.* ''Manga/TheElectricTaleOfPikachu'' is notorious for this with most of the girls having a lot bigger bust size and [[MaleGaze lots of shots of the butt on characters]] and [[{{Stripperiffic}} girls that wear very little clothing]]. The one that suffers the worst is Misty with a normal outfit that shows lots of skin and a swimsuit that shows [[{{Underboobs}} some of the breasts from the bottom]] as well as [[{{Sideboob}} the side of the breasts]].* ''Manga/ElfenLied'' is probably best known as that manga (or [[AdaptationDisplacement anime]]) with huge amounts of nudity and gore. Most of the nudity is in the context of MindRape or psychological abuse, but that small detail easily falls to the side.* ''Manga/FairyTail'' has lots of well endowed female characters who wear skimpy clothes and have several scenes where they are naked. The male characters also get some of this. Hiro Mashima's previous series ''Manga/RaveMaster'' was also like this but in the second half.* The anime of ''Manga/FightIppatsuJuudenChan'' is best known for the scenes where Plug wets herself. * ''Manga/FrankenFran'' must be some weird medical fetish manga, [[CoversAlwaysLie judging by the covers]]. Nevermind the horrific versions of each cover on literally the next page or the fact it's actually a horror-fueled BlackComedy.* If you know just one thing about ''Anime/{{Free}}'' it's probably that a bunch of hot muscular swimmer guys get half naked a lot. As the anime seems to have been deliberately intended as a [[FemaleGaze female-directed equivalent]] to the all-prevalent moe fanservice anime, this was probably expected, and the producers and advertisers have certainly made the most of it.* The first thing you're likely to hear about ''Literature/FromTheNewWorld'' is that [[YaoiGenre there's gay romance in it]]. The second thing you'll hear about is that [[YuriGenre there's also lesbian romance in it]]. If you're lucky, someone might also mention the {{dystopia}}n psychological horror plot that takes up 99% of the screentime.* The only things most people seem to remember about ''Anime/GargantiaOnTheVerdurousPlanet'' are the scene where Amy dances for Ledo in a skimpy outfit and the BeachEpisode, despite the fact that the rest of the series has about as much fanservice as a Disney movie.* ''Manga/HighschoolOfTheDead'' is about a group of teenagers trying to find their missing families amidst an unexplained [[ZombieApocalypse zombie outbreak.]] But with all the [[PantyShot panty shots]], [[MaleGaze cleavage]], {{gainaxing}}, innuendo, and sex related humor, it becomes easy to forget about the plot related aspects.* Ask the majority of the ''Manga/IkkiTousen'' fandom what they remember the most - chances are {{panty shot}}s, [[{{Gainaxing}} boobs]] and [[GirlOnGirlIsHot lesbians (explicit or subtext)]] will be more common answers than anything remotely related to ''Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms''.* Based on the way both fans and anime news sites talk about ''LightNovel/IsItWrongToTryToPickUpGirlsInADungeon'', you'd think it was focused on nothing but the character Hestia and her infamous boob ribbon.* ''Anime/JapanAnimatorExpo'' is a series of shorts organized by Creator/HayaoMiyazaki (the brains behind Creator/StudioGhibli) and Creator/HideakiAnno (creator of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''). They're a means for names in the anime business to create things without interference from production committees or studio censors, and what gets produced are hugely varied in themes but always visually amazing, whether it's sweet, action-packed, breathtaking, humorous, profound, depressing, or anything else. However, the only short that gets a lot of talk, besides the ''Evangelion'' ones, is "[[http://animatorexpo.com/mememe/ Me! Me! Me!]]" a music video about an otaku's [[DisneyAcidSequence fever dream]] that consists largely of crowds of gyrating half-naked or fully naked women eager to jump ([[ImAHumanitarian and eat]]) his bones, set to pulse-pounding techno/rap.* ''Manga/{{Keijo}}'' takes the trope and runs with it; this manga is about a WorldOfBuxom where pretty girls in swimsuits fight each other in pools and the only legal weapons are their breasts and butts to smack the opponent with, as well as some special moves they may have involving either. [[JustHereForGodzilla Which is exactly why people read it.]] If readers stick around, they'll find that Keijo is an over-the-top fighting anime that treats itself completely seriously, while managing to not just be mindless [[{{Fanservice}} fanservice]] fodder.* ''Manga/KillingBites'''s finale had a scene where the muscular, shirtless Leo pins [[RavenHairIvorySkin Yuuko]] to a wall and tells her she's his [[SexSlave slave]] now. It lasted about two minutes and both the characters involved were minor...but to this day, ''every'' thread discussing the show inevitably includes a screenshot of that scene.* The {{Stripperiffic}} heroine of ''Anime/KillLaKill'' makes the series a GuiltyPleasure by design for many viewers. However, those who endure often come to appreciate the series' other strong points, such as humor, fights and larger-than-life characters.* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'':** ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' only had fanservice manifest as a HotSpringsEpisode, very early in the series, but it's the reason most commonly cited (right before the TransformationSequence and HomoeroticSubtext) by people who [[HypeAversion don't want to watch it]].** Later seasons proudly fly the fanservice banner, making Nanoha known pretty much as a GirlsLove series with magical girls in it. It's one of the few to have adult females in an ([[HideYourLesbians ambiguous]]) relationship and even rarer in that they adopt a daughter. * ''Anime/MagicalPokaan'' was a CuteMonsterGirl version of ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'', but what everyone seems to remember most is DarkSkinnedBlond {{Stripperiffic}} [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent wolfgirl]] Liru, who went on to become a BreakoutCharacter. Other memorable incidents include Yuuma's occasional MarilynManeuver due to ChunkyUpdraft and a FuroScene featuring [[GagBoobs overdeveloped]] [[VoluntaryShapeshifting tanuki]] "{{g|enderBender}}irls".* Mention ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' and most people will inevitably think of Fanservice or ClothingDamage. Yes, the manga has a lot of fanservice, but it also has a ton of CharacterDevelopment, an epic plot, and a ton of [[CoolVersusAwesome awesome fights]]. Still doesn't keep the fanservice from overshadowing just about everything else in the popular perception of the series. It doesn't help that the early volumes were more {{fanservice}}-heavy than later ones. To make matters worse, a lot of people's only exposure is the first anime, which is severely lacking in a lot of the more combat oriented storylines. Ironically, the second anime lacks any fanservice what-so-ever.** In-universe, Takane D. Goodman is remembered by others for getting naked a lot ([[ClothingDamage although never by her own choice]]) and little else, except for her co-workers, who try to console her about that.** In fact, Takane is so used to it that, [[spoiler:when she challenges Negi (and loses)]] in chapter 345, [[spoiler: when she ISN'T stripped of her clothes (which is how Negi usually and accidentally wins against her a lot), she's insulted, and DEMANDS that he undress her]].* In ''Manga/MaicchinguMachikoSensei'', the main point of the series was fanservice so it's easy to overlook the fact that the show involved episodes about a HauntedHouse, SeaMonster, and more than a few episodes where Machiko and her students [[TheyFightCrime take on criminals]].[[/folder]][[folder: NR]]* Aside from being a gory MindScrew {{Mon}} genre deconstruction, ''Manga/{{Narutaru}}'' is most well known for Norio. He's an androgynous crossdressing boy [[spoiler:who ends up [[FanDisservice getting raped to death]]]].* The best known of the ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' fillers is the pre-timeskip arc where Naruto and Team 8 travel together. The most remembered scene in that arc is without a doubt the waterfall scene. Naruto spots a naked girl dancing in a waterfall. Unknown to him, it was Hinata practicing a new jutsu.* ''LightNovel/OcculticNine'' is a paranormal mystery series where one of the characters is a huge-breasted genki girl. Lovers and haters of the series focus on her breasts and ignore everything else about the show.* The seventh ''Manga/OnePiece'' movie ''Anime/TheGiantMechanicalSoldierOfKarakuriCastle'' is an adventure involving a golden crown, giant robots, a giant turtle, and a (non-canon) explanation for how Luffy got the name for his Gear power-ups. All of that is brushed aside for Nami and Robin's breast enhancements, constant bouncing, and fetishistic outfits.* Between official art and a massive {{Yuri Fan}}dom, the first thing you're likely to learn (or at least assume) about ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' is that there's ([[AmbiguouslyGay probably]]) [[HoYay/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica a lot of homoeroticism in it.]] Oddly enough, the actual fanservice (what little there is) isn't mentioned as much, other than the [[MemeticMutation "naked space hugs" scene]]. The importance of horror scenes is also overstated, making the would-be viewers assume it's chock-full of shocking violence; there's barely even any visible blood (not one drop in the original series), and [[spoiler:most of the deaths are undone via GroundhogDayLoop or CosmicRetcon]]. It's really a {{tragedy}}, not horror.* While the anime adaptation of ''Anime/QueensBlade'' has a fairly dense story it's still part of franchise that won over tons of fans with attractive character designs and sexual content. As a result a lot of the anime's viewers didn't care and ignored the plot of the anime in favor of sexy scenes of their favorite characters. * The anime adaptation of ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' contains much more {{fanservice}} than the manga, with breast and {{panty shot}}s galore, which has caused some backlash from certain parts of the fandom, but usually not to the point that it ruins the series for them. At least not until the 2nd season, which largely discards the plot in favor of [[UpToEleven even more fanservice]] to the point that most [[EstablishingShot Establishing Shots]] include ''someone's'' panties.[[/folder]][[folder: SZ]]* Parodied in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' in an episode about how people will easily get distracted by something and completely ignore the more important issue. A straight example is when Chiri battled aliens but nobody remembers her deed as the sole witness was completely fixated on her bizarre underwear. Another straight example that lampshades the entire episode was when Nozomu was lamenting over how the viewer survey answered that they were more interested in the fanservice segment where Komori was flirting with Majiru over the alien invasion plot. Even the aliens were more interested in that segment than the invasion itself, which is why they were so easy to defeat.* ''Seikon No Qwaser'' has a number of cool elements, such as memorable characters, literal ElementalPowers, CharacterDevelopment and kickass battles. Sadly, all of that tends to be overshadowed by the breast feeding and bondage.* ''Manga/{{Sekirei}}'' has a strong, character-driven plot and excellent fight scenes. But what most people know about it is the WorldOfBuxom and {{fanservice}} bordering on softcore at times. Many are surprised to learn the author is a woman. * ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' features cooking treated as super SeriousBusiness and the resulting FoodPorn, with scenes that may make the viewer wonder "am I watching a cooking competition or a duel that decides the fate of the world?" However, it is also well-known for the many...''vivid'' reactions of [[MaleGaze often-female]] characters eating these delicious dishes, making the viewer wonder "did the cook put aphrodisiacs in the food?"* With ''Anime/{{Simoun}}'', everyone remembers the underaged lesbian powered airplanes.* ''Anime/SkyGirls'', the spiritual predecessor to ''Anime/StrikeWitches'' and ''Anime/VividredOperation'' was about [[OlderThanTheyLook somewhat cute]] girls in suggestive skin tight suits piloting flying MiniMecha and battling aliens aiming to destroy humanity. It had decent characters and an engaging plot with many twists, but... well, just look at the trope name again.** ''Strike Witches'' is ostensibly about an elite flying unit battling an alien invasion with magic, but apparently the only people possessing the right kind of magical powers are pre-teen and teenage girls willing to fight aerial battles in their underwear. Countless panty shots ensue. In fact, it's easier to count the scenes ''without'' panty shots.** ''Vividred Operation'', by the same director, is a pseudo-MagicalGirl series about cybernetically enhanced girls fighting giant evil robots. But more importantly: they don't wear pants (and when they do, they're [[WhoWearsShortShorts very short ones]]), and there are ''lots'' of ass-shots.* ''LightNovel/SoICantPlayH'' has a fairly intricate plot concerning the balance between the human world and [[AnotherDimension Grimwald.]] It also features gorgeous art and character designs by Kanai Yuuko, with animation by Studio Feel. Yet, if you go by most forum discussion, you'd swear the series was nothing but boobs and Lisara being [[ClothingDamage stripped semi-nude]] in all of her fight scenes.* ''Anime/StreetFighterIITheAnimatedMovie'' had a prominently large proportion of male viewers watching it only for Chun-Li's ShowerScene. Apparently {{fanservice}}-loving Creator/MasamiObari noticed and provided respective shower scenes as well on the ''VideoGame/FatalFury'' and ''VideoGame/BattleArenaToshinden'' [[TheAnimeOfTheGame spin-offs]] he directed.* ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' does have a rather diverse cast and interesting universe, as well as a number of serious emotional scenes. If you talk about TLR to anyone though, that probably won't be the first thing that comes to their mind. Not that you can blame them. Try looking for even one manga chapter without gratuitous nudity and/or underwear shots. * ''Anime/{{Witchblade}}'' is the story of a woman trying to make a life for herself and her 6 year-old daughter after a massive disaster takes away everything from her, including her memories; all while dodging Child Protective Services and getting caught up in a corporate power struggle. It's also the story of said woman turning into superpowered warrior with a ridiculously {{Stripperiffic}} outfit and getting into fights that are the very definition of OrgasmicCombat. Guess which part people remember more (hell, guess which part is used to ''market'' the show?)[[/folder]]----

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