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Top 10 Series With Too Much Of It –

I understand what you’re thinking.

“Isn’t fan service simply a part of anime?”

And it certainly is for some anime. Many Ecchi or harem anime thrive on it, which is why they won’t be on that list; it’s essentially the premise of the show!

But, regardless of your position, there are clear instances of anime where fan service consumes too much screen time and even impacts the storyline. That’s where we draw the line and hold them accountable.

So, from “best” to “worst,” let’s take a look at some of the worst anime for fan-service.

With our first entry, we’ll begin our journey down indecent exposure lane…


10. The Elite’s Classroom

Ayanokoji and Horikita from Classroom of the Elite Anime

After viewing the first several episodes, I had great expectations for this program. I really did.

There was a sense of mystery and intrigue. The individuals have fascinating backstories and mysteries to uncover. I was having a great time until BAM, panty pics.

At first, I thought it was a one-time occurrence. “Surely they’re not just going to stuff it with publicity and ignore why the series is really wonderful,” I reasoned, “they’re not going to sink a really intriguing series by simply filling it with exposure and ignoring why the series is actually fantastic?”


Soon, whole programs were dedicated to fan service and nothing else. In one occasion, there were two in a row; it was literally forty minutes of nothing but fan-service.

After that, I never looked at it again.


9. The Fairy Tale

Natsu, Happy and Lucy in Fairy Tail Anime

In Fairy Tail, there’s a weird way of thinking about fan service.

It’s nearly usually played for laughs rather than sheer titillation, such as when a character’s clothing come off in the middle of a combat.

But here’s the problem: what exactly is amusing about that? What makes it humorous and not simply gratuitous showing off if a character is battling and their (typically female) clothing come off?

To tell you the truth, I’m still stumped.

Fairy Tail was entertaining, but there came a point when I had to filter out a lot of the breast-related jokes since there were so many of them that they became predictable and dull.

When it comes to nudity-based comedy, there is a line, and I believe it is so far behind Fairy Tail that we can no longer see it.


Is Trying To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon Wrong?

Ains, Bell and Hestia Screenshot / Is It Wrong To Try And Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?

With a title like this, you’d think there’d be some form of lewdness involved, right?

However, the program starts out quite mildly.

In reality, it begins with a compelling tale about the main character’s struggle to face the challenges that his new environment offers to him, as well as how he adjusts to them.

But it gradually seeps in, almost gently (as discreetly as any fan-service can be).

A little cleavage here and there, and before you know it, you’ve got yourself a harem on your hands.

What on earth happened?

It started off strong, but IIWTTAPUGIAD (I’m not spelling the whole thing out again!) eventually lost its way. You’re wedged between fan-service sequences before you realize it.


7. Hana no Uta, Yozakura Quartet

Kotoha, Hime, Touka, Akina, Kyoskuke and Ao Screenshot / Yozakura Quartet: Hana no Uta

Another show with a lot going for it but gets sucked down the fan-service rabbit hole and can’t climb out on its own.

This is a fantastic performance even without the fan service.

It looks amazing, the tale is gripping, and the characters are all alive rather than just spilling exposition every five seconds.

Then there’s the utterly pointless fan-service. It’s all about panty shots. After a time, you’ll be able to ignore them, but then there’ll be four or five in a single scene, and you’ll be yanked out of the program once again.

By the way, I’m obviously referring to the manga’s second adaptation.

The one in 2008 had a lot more issues than just fan service!


6. Food Fights

Erina and Yukihira Screenshot / Food Wars Anime

How much fan service could a program about cooking possibly have?

The simple answer is “a lot.”

In the world of Food Wars, if someone eats a particularly delectable meal, they get a “Foodgasm,” which is basically exactly what you think it is.

But that’s just the beginning!

Foodgasms are so powerful in certain characters that their garments physically burst off of them.

Surprisingly, it seems to be largely female characters that are affected.

It can be quite comical at times. The dramatic soundtrack, the flailing body parts – it’s all because a character really liked some steamed broccoli or whatever.

When you take a step back and think about it, it’s just fan service for the sake of fan service.


5. Kill or be killed

Ryuko and Mako from Kill la Kill Anime

You may have heard a lot of defenses of Kill la Kill’s fan-service, considering how much of it there is and how people have attempted to figure out why the program is so near-nude most of the time.

And, whether or not it’s meant to be a parody (Word of God from the makers has been suspect in its lack of clarification), there’s no disputing that Kill la Kill cranks up the volume.

Anyone up for a trip to the nudist beach?

The main heroine, Ryuko Matoi, undergoes a change that destroys all of her garments and replaces them with extremely little straps over “important regions” (for want of a better description). This occurs at least once every episode, and occasionally twice or more.

So, whether the fan service is intended as a purposeful parody or not, we can all agree that it’s a touch excessive.


4. Tattoos that are taboo

Seigi and Toko in Taboo Tattoo Anime

Aside from the fan-service elements, this is a genuinely good anime.

The action is fast-paced and intense, and it’s a lot of fun to watch. Its magical components are entertaining and just the proper amount of tongue-in-cheek, and the violence is intense enough to match a minor riot.

Here’s when the “but…” comes in.

The fan service in this film is so tone-deaf that it deserves to be on our list, if only because I believe the filmmakers have forgotten what the term “serious” means.

If you’ve watched the anime, you’ll recognize the moment I’m referring about.

But here’s a brief guideline:

Keep panties out of the picture if the tone is intended to be grave! Actually, that’s a really excellent guideline to follow in general.



Rito and Lala Satalin Screenshot / To LOVE-Ru Anime

When a program receives a lot of backlash from its audience, the makers would intentionally play up that component, either to enrage the naysayers or to erase any part of what the original series lacked.

Consider the following example:

To LOVE-Ru was so dependant on completely needless fan service that they simply decided, “Let’s just make it the entire program instead!”

As a result, we have a program with less plot than an empty library, but enough soft graphic sequences to put it beyond a R classification.

While they made a valid argument, the presentation as a whole is almost useless.


2. The Fire Department

Tamaki, Arthur and Shinra from Fire Force Anime

We all know why Fire Force is ranked so high.

I only have one name for you, Tamaki Kotatsu, in case you need reminding (or if you’ve never seen it).

Tamaki not only burns her garments to fuel her unique power, but she also has another “talent” that makes her a walking fan service machine.

The Lucky Lewd Syndrome is a condition that occurs when a person is fortunate enough to be

Simply defined, it’s a curse that causes those around her to grope her unintentionally all the time. Regardless of whether the situation calls for it or not.

Someone will undoubtedly stumble into her and knock her top off during a critical scene in a program about firefighting.

It couldn’t possibly be more superfluous in the show.


High School of the Dead (High School of the Dead) (High School of the Dead)

Saeko, Shizuka and Saya Screenshot / High School of the Dead Anime

Wasn’t there just supposed to be one pick for the top spot on this list?

It’s High School of the Dead, after all. A zombie-killing anime that is almost legendary for its primarily naughty attitude.

All those other zombie shows where the protagonists prepare to avoid being bitten? That’s just for squares!

It’s all so pointless, particularly in this context. I mean, this isn’t going to be a situation where everyone is running about naked all the time.

This show’s nudity isn’t the only reason it’s at the top of the list.

No, there’s one very particular scenario for that, and it’s best explained as follows:

The boobs scene from the matrix.

That, I believe, explains all there is to know about the genuine essence of fan service.

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