Lolita Anime

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Lolita Anime
ロリータアニメ
(Rorita Anime)
GenreHentai, Lolicon, Yuri
Original video animation
Directed byKuni Toniro, R. Ching, Mickey Soda, Mickey Masuda
Written byFumio Nakajima
StudioWonder Kids
Released 21 February 1984 25 May 1985
Runtime30 minutes (1 hour for 6th OVA)
Episodes6 (List of episodes)
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Lolita Anime (ロリータアニメ, Rorita Anime) is a collection of adult OVAs produced by Wonder Kids. It contains many notable firsts, as the first erotic original video animation (OVA), depicting hentai scenes which include yuri, BDSM and lolicon characters. It ran from February 1984 to May 1985 and consisted of six episodes.[1] An alternative name for this anime is Wonder Magazine Series and it was based on a manga by Fumio Nakajima, which was serialized in the lolicon magazine Lemon People.[2]

Staff[edit]

The script and designs were based on Fumio Nakajima's manga. Four directors were involved in the production of the OVAs; Kuni Toniro, R. Ching, Mickey Soda, Mickey Masuda. Animation was done by Tatsushi Kurahashi and was produced by Wonder Kids.[2]

Episodes[edit]

No. Title Release date
1"Lolita Anime I: The Reddening Snow ~Girls Tortured with Roses~"
Transcription: "Rorita Anime I: Yuki no Beni Kesho ~Shōjo Bara Kei~" (Japanese: ロリータアニメⅠ:雪の紅化粧 ~少女薔薇刑~)
21 February 1984 (1984-02-21)
A single volume containing two 15-minute segments. The first episode depicts a group of boys who sexually assault a schoolgirl.[2] The second episode depicts bondage with older men abusing and sexually assaulting young girls.[2]
2"Lolita Anime II: Itsuko Can Die Happy ~Altar of Sacrifice"
Transcription: "Rorita Anime II: Itsuko no Shinde mo ii ~Ikenie no Saidan" (Japanese: ロリータアニメⅡ:何日子の死んでもいい ~いけにえの祭壇)
1 May 1984 (1984-05-01)
Released as a single volume which contains two 15-minute segments. The third episode depicts a girl who is about to be raped, but is saved by another man. He takes the girl home and she has sex with him as a reward.[2] The fourth episode involves girls sexually experimenting on each other after witnessing their teacher having sex.[2]
3"Lolita Anime III: House of Kittens"
Transcription: "Rorita Anime III: Koneko-chan no Iru Mise" (Japanese: ロリータアニメⅢ:仔猫ちゃんのいる店)
21 July 1984 (1984-07-21)
A girl named Miu is sought after by an older man.[2]
4"Lolita Anime IV: Variation"
Transcription: "Rorita Anime IV: Hensōkyoku" (Japanese: ロリータアニメⅣ:変奏曲)
20 December 1984 (1984-12-20)
A girl named Tomoyo becomes an artist's model and is drugged and raped after attending a post-session dinner.[2]
5"Lolita Anime V: Surf Dreaming"
Transcription: "Rorita Anime V: Sāfu dorīmingu" (Japanese: ロリータアニメⅤ:サーフドリーミング)
21 February 1985 (1985-02-21)
Running for 30 minutes, this episode depicts a consensual encounter between Miu and two surfers.[2]
6"Lolita Anime Collection: Seaside Angel Miu"
Transcription: "Rorita Anime Soushuuhen: Shīsaido enjeru Miu" (Japanese: ロリータアニメ集:シーサイドエンジェル MIU)
25 May 1985 (1985-05-25)
This episode contained clips from the other episodes and ran for 60 minutes. To pad out the time, there are four minutes of still images of Miu at the beach and a "bonus" scene of Miu having sex with the captain of her spaceship.[2]

Voice actors[edit]

Reception and legacy[edit]

Lolita Anime received mostly negative reception, with The Anime Encyclopedia entry on the work describing it as "disturbing" for its contents, which include gang rape and bondage of fictional underage girls.[2] It also is known as the first erotic anime video release.[2] It also featured the reoccurring character Miyu, whose popularity prefigured that of Cream Lemon's Ami.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AnimeNation News". Animenation.net. May 27, 2011. Archived from the original on March 27, 2008. Retrieved June 2, 2011.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Clements, Jonathan & McCarthy, Helen. The Anime Encyclopedia: A Guide to Japanese Animation Since 1917.
  3. ^ "ユグドラシル・【クオリティオブライフ・モアヒューマン・トポロジー】 【声優】【ニコニコ動画】【裏】同じ声優と知って驚いたキャラ【動画】". jjsp.blog.fc2.com. Retrieved November 23, 2019.

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