Here at Anime Central, we’re addressing the big issue that’s been looming over our favourite shows for a while now. It’s a common form of “forbidden connection” in which brothers have the option of sex with male relatives. I won’t claim to have any insight into the prevalence of this trope beyond conjecture and speculation, but there is an infinite variety of sister types in anime.
There are biological sisters, step-sisters, adopted-sisters, cousins reared as sisters, step-cousins, and adopted-cousins. However, the last few examples are meant to represent prohibited but realistic romantic options that don’t cross the “biological line,” whereas the examples involving blood relations are typically used for titillation against a protagonist who is powerless to stop the inappropriate approaches.
When the protagonist picks his biological sister, however, the joke suddenly becomes more than just that. My sister stands out in the crowd in the shows NAKAIMO: My Little Sister Is Among Them!, Please, Twins, and Recently. avoid treading lightly about the edge of the cliff, these other shows instead opted to charge headfirst toward it.
Everyone who thought Kyosuke and Kirino would never be more than friends was proven wrong by My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute. He was already in talks to start a relationship with Ruri, and she was just one of his many harem prospects. Even if you take out the fact that Kirino’s sister is a tsundere, the two of them might not get along very well. The “we did but we didn’t” climax to the wedding scene in the three-part OVA was the final straw for many viewers and contributed to the series’ downfall.
Kagihime Monogatari – Eikyuu Alice Rondo
Despite the fact that the manga has been transported over here lawfully, I am unable to confirm whether or not its ending is identical to that of the unauthorised anime series. One example of Aruto’s obsession is his penchant for tales based on Alice in Wonderland.
There’s a rumour going around that after Through the Looking Glass there’s a forgotten third book where a group of female bunny warriors fight to the death to get their hands on the magical pages that will grant their wishes.
After meeting another bunny girl with a strangely similar name to Arisu Arisugawa, Aruto and his sister Kiraha become entangled in the situation, and the majority of the episode is dedicated to ensuring that Aruto chooses Arisu over his clingy sibling. To avoid this outcome, the story ultimately reveals that Aruto shares Kiraha’s romantic affections and that Arisu was really a figment of his imagination.
Setsuna is an extremely grumpy youngster who’s in love with his perfect younger sister Sara. Their parents are divorced, so they each have to find their own place to live, but they eventually come to terms with their growing love for one another and even plan to elope once their parents find out about their affair.
If Setsuna weren’t also the reincarnation of a rebellious female angel, she wouldn’t be the target of angelic campaigns against God and the devils. When they are separated, Setsuna embarks on a Dante-esque journey to find his sister again.
The Eden of Grisaia
There’s no way to take Yji Kazami’s terrible background seriously since it’s so ridiculously unbelievable. Considering how faithfully the anime stuck to the original source material, it’s impressive that everything about his family life is terrible. His biological parents are a disaster, and he ends up being adopted by a paedophile who operates a terrorist training facility.
Soon after, he is taken in by a counter-terrorist, but their relationship also becomes sexual, and he eventually ends up at a high school for emotionally disturbed female students. Because of his brilliant sister Kazuki, Yji has never had a typical sibling connection with a guardian. I’m not convinced the writers of The Eden of Grisaia intended to portray the violent relationships they depict as anything other than wish fulfilment.
Almost 30 years old and still living at home after being dumped by his girlfriend, Koshiro Saeki meets Nanoka, a teenager. Both are comforting one another after recent heartbreak and then planning to go their own ways. It doesn’t take long for them to figure out that they’re related, so now they have to work out their complicated emotions about each other.
Koshiro and Nanoka are the only ones on this list who did not grow up together and who did not discover their shared ancestry until they ran into each other years later. Fans generally agree that Koi Kaze does the best job of respecting the forbidden nature of the subject matter while yet creating a fascinating drama.
The “boundary-pushing” Aki Sora OAVs are a necessary addition to this list. Because of its notoriety, the original manga is one of the few things that has been touched by Tokyo’s Youth Healthy Development Ordinance, with the publisher opting to cease publication of the series in advance of the law taking effect.
Weird noises are being made, but what exactly are they? No H magazine ever published Aki Sora, although the manga does feature explicit scenes of Sora’s perfect elder sister Aki sleeping with his younger brother. His sister is drawn to her best friend, but she has no idea what’s going on in the house, so she tries to force her into a relationship with Sora.
Yosuga no Sora
After losing both their parents, twins Sora and Haruka return to their hometown to live with their grandfather. Sora is struggling to come to terms with the death of her parents, and Haruka is too busy helping the other problematic girls in his life.
However, having her love for her brother returned is the one thing that would “cure” Sora’s issues, regardless of what other people think. With Haruka having previously “sort of” slept with every other lady in the series up to this point, this presents him with a difficult choice.
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