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Hentai Heaven Volume 9 Hentai Blu-ray Anime Review

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Three new stories of carnal shenanigans.

Two more tales of carnal delight.

What They Say:
Hentai Heaven Collection 9: A Nympho and a Couple of Perverts contains Tramp Stamp: Anime Edition and She’s a Pervert and She’s All Mine Parts 1 and 2.

The Review:
Audio:
The audio presentation for this series brings us the original Japanese language track in stereo as well as the new English language dub, both of which are PCM produced. The show is fairly standard material for hentai shows in that it’s dialogue/moan driven and works the full feeling without a lot in the way of directionality. Not that it needs it since it tends to be pretty focused. There’s not a lot to it outside of these moments since there’s no “action” in the traditional sense and the focus is mostly just on the two main characters and their interactions through dialogue and copious amounts of sex. These are well played though and achieves the results it wants.

Video:
Originally released in 2013 and 2014, the transfer for the two OVA episodes are presented in their original aspect ratio of 1.78:1 in 1080p using the AVC codec. The episodes overall for each show has a pretty good look overall with its designs and animation with some good detail and some very fluid sequences. Most of it is fairly standard in style and quality though, which means it at least avoids the very low rent designs that we get with some hentai from time to time. The transfer captures the look of things well with clean lines, solid colors, and some good pop throughout. The detail where it stands out is pretty good, especially in some of the clothing choices from time to time, and seeing it in high definition definitely gives it a nice boost in terms of color quality and vibrancy.

Packaging:
The packaging for this release comes in a standard sized Blu-ray case where the front cover goes for a nice breakout of the two shows with the layout so you get a good sense of them. It’s one that places them next to each other with just enough to show off the designs while placing cute hearts over the nipples to avoid there being any full nudity. I like the character designs so they’re appealing here, though the font for the collection name doesn’t do much for me. Each is listed with their individual titles on the front cover as well, which is really nice – and I won’t even complain that the two-parter was given two blocks since it just gives us more of the Japanese cover artwork. The back cover does a three-way split where we get a smaller version of shots from the show. The logos are along the sides and we get a decent little summary of the premise, and even good shots from the show. Production credits are easy to read and the technical grid along the bottom breaks out the disc as a whole with how it’s put together. No show related inserts are included nor is there a reversible cover.

Menu:
The menu design for this release works pretty nicely with how it has to handle two distinct properties with it. The main menu that we get is similar to the idea of the cover where we get the two properties side by side but using the full unzoomed and uncensored imagery that was used for the Japanese home video releases. We get to select which show we want and within that submenu it has the fuller image there and the standard navigation and setup for the shows as well as the extras. It’s done with good colors and an eye for design that works as the artwork and everything complements each other well. The layout does allow for moving to the other OVA easily as well which is a big plus. I definitely like it since it lets us have more artwork and each show get a distinctive menu and section of it.

Extras:
Nothing this time.

Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
One of the best things about hentai in the last few years is the growing accessibility of it for fans that gets us past the usual hardcore/violent material that had dominated for so long. Getting to see so much more romantic material, comedy material, relationship material, in the manga side of it has certainly reminded that there’s a lot more to what’s out there. The anime side doesn’t produce this kind of show as often as one would like, and getting them brought over is even harder, but having been a fan of hentai since the ’80s, well, getting some fun material that doesn’t involve evil men dominating their partners is welcome. I’ve no problem with that kind of material – we’ve reviewed a metric ton of it over the years – but this kind is what I find more appealing.

Tramp Stamp: Anime Edition
Created by Midori no Rupe, this sixteen-minute story introduces us to Nishina, a college student who is very inexperienced and without much in the way of knowledge of the carnal arts. This is really right in front of her because others are talking about it so much with regards to one of the boys on campus that’s very popular. She figures that the best way to get an education is to go right to the top and she basically throws herself at him making it clear that she’ll follow his advice. Of course, he takes advantage in some bad ways with a bit of filming but also a lack of condoms, foreplay, or anything else. Essentially, she went all in with the worst type of guy. Thankfully, she does realize that sex with someone else may feel different so she heads off to the dating world and ends up in more situations where she’s little more than an object to be played with. She’s certainly learning but learning all the wrong things before going down that path by choice.

She’s A Pervert and She’s All Mine!
With this story, it was released as two OVAs that come in at 17 minutes each. This story focuses on Hina, a student that Yonezu has been watching for some time. He’s interested in her because she has this innocent look about her but does lots of dirty things in public, such as relieving herself just outside of the school. Yonezu’s observation of her shows a lot of familiar things to initial introductions to sexuality as she enjoys magazines and the like, but the semi-public aspects and the danger are what’s really thrilling her, and drawing him to her. What he realizes, when the two of them start spending time together, is that all of this has made her ready for the real thing as her curiosity is at peak. And his being friendly and nice and non-judgmental makes him an easy pick – and makes for a really good first time for the two of them even if it’s fairly unrealistic in certain ways.

With the two a lot closer now, having come to an understanding, they’re basically dating in the second episode and end up getting a whole lot closer because of Yonezu’s willingness to explore what she’s into. Which is good, it’s a healthy part of a relationship. This means we get some fun costumes, toys , and other things to start with here but Yonezu, like a lot of dudes, ends up taking it too far as it goes along because he’s not listening to what she’s actually saying. At the same time, we do get some good tenderness here as they get more and more in sync and away from all the extraneous stuff. Sometimes just the basics are exactly what you need and the simplicity of flesh to flesh contact can take things to its own level. Seeing these two embrace that as it moves toward the end works out very well.

In Summary:
The latest installment of Hentai Heaven brings over some fresh hentai which is exactly what I like. While not every show in every release is going to be a winner, getting new material – and sometimes adapted from manga – just delights. With two tales here, the Tramp Stamp one is the weaker of the two both in story, execution, and animation, as it’s using the cheap flimsy pull the visual for some of its movement gimmick. The second one being a two-parter helps as there are a number of really good scenes in it but it tends to play in the scatalogical a lot more than I care for, so that didn’t do much for me. But it also works on building a relationship and showing the pitfalls of such things when it comes to trust and listening – not the easiest thing for kids this age in general. Seeing it go from awkward to so well and then to fall apart is rough since they’re both so well-suited for each other.

Features:
Japanese 2.0 PCM Language, English 2.0 PCM Language, English Subtitles

Content Grade: B- (Averaged)
Audio Grade: B+
Video Grade: A-
Packaging Grade: B+
Menu Grade: B-
Extras Grade: N/A

Released By: Kitty Media
Release Date: November 26th, 2019
MSRP: $29.99
Running Time: 50 Minutes
Video Encoding: 1080p AVC
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 Widescreen

Review Equipment:
Sony KDL70R550A 70″ LED 1080P HDTV, Sony PlayStation3 Blu-ray player via HDMI set to 1080p, Onkyo TX-SR605 Receiver and Panasonic SB-TP20S Multi-Channel Speaker System With 100-Watt Subwoofer.


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