20 February 2019 | rookescanor
Same old 'passive-incest' stuff
Okay, fine. I have seen enough of the genre where a brother and a sister lives alone in a house. But here they make the excuse that they are not related by blood. This statement is really important so that any kind of development in the romance side is not frowned upon.
Eromanga Sensei started decent at the beginning describing the life of a Light Novel author, and the competition behind the profession. The author is just a basic teenage kid writing some crazy long light novels of around a hundred overnight. From an anime perspective, anything is possible but is it really in the real world?
The story developed until around the 8th episode, after which there seemed no point in continuing the show. Can't say how it went in the light novel, but the anime seemed like a filler from that point and sucked bad. There were too many coincidences for the young light novelist, which favours his way to his victory. The plot failed to show how the written quality of the protagonist was in his novels, but instead viewed a lot of erotic and ecchi artwork to pump things up. FANSERVICE once again.
It felt as if the show was running away from the quality aspects which could've made the show good. The show took a shortcut and the common solution of pointless Fanservice. In the end, the show turned out to be a disappointment.