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Our Favourite Anime Perverts

Friday 25th September 2015

The Comic Artist and His Assistants follows the adventures of a very perverted comic artist, Aito Yuuki. To celebrate the show's UK release, we decided to take a look at our favourite perverts from the anime world.

The Comic Artist and His Assistants

These are just our favourites, make sure you tell yours in the comments!

Master Roshi – Dragon Ball

Master Roshi – Dragon Ball
If you’re talking perverted characters in anime then there’s no way you can forget the granddaddy of them all-Master Roshi, the turtle hermit of Dragon Ball fame.  Responsible for getting many fans into anime, Dragon Ball just wouldn’t be Dragon Ball without Master Roshi trying to sneak a peek at some young attractive women. He’s also no stranger to trying to cop a feel, usually resulting in a glowing red hand mark across his face and shrugging it off with a cheeky laugh.

Kon – Bleach

Kon – Bleach
Not only is Kon the mod soul of Ichigo, he’s the biggest pervert in the series. Responsible of looking after Ichigo’s body when he becomes a Soul Reaper, Kon usually has other agendas and these generally involve the ladies. His biggest joy in life is being kicked in the face by Rukia and being continually stepped on as if this was the best thing ever. This should give you a fair idea of how low Kon will go for some perverted satisfaction.

Jiraiya – Naruto

Jiraiya – Naruto
How could we not add Jiraiya to this list? The perverted hermit not only taught Naruto how to master the Rasengan, he also taught him the ways of a pervert. Jiraiya loves the ladies, going so far as to create a Technique which allows him to spy on naked women without being caught… for research purposes, of course.

Sanji – One Piece

Sanji – One Piece
Sanji is not only the chain-smoking chef of the Straw Hat Crew, he’s also the group’s biggest pervert. He becomes completely devoted to any beautiful woman and loses all common sense, something Nami doesn’t mind taking advantage of. Sanji can be a real gentleman around women, often going out of his way to help them, however, this doesn’t stop his enjoyment of seeing women wear skimpy clothing.

Issei Hyoudou – High School DxD

Issei Hyoudou – High School DxD
In recent years, one character in particular is a worthy addition to this list, that man is Issei Hyoudou, the harem king! Issei is, without a doubt a pervert, known around the academy for being a lewd and creepy guy. He also has a habit of fantasising about naked women. Now he finds himself surrounded by beautiful girls and it doesn’t look like his perverted nature is going anywhere.

If you haven't been introduced to these crazy characters, make sure you check out these shows:
Dragon Ball
One Piece
High School DxD

The Comic Artist and His Assistants is out now on Blu-ray and DVD, pick up your copy here.


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The life of an artist can be hard: Long, laborious hours working in a studio with only your thoughts and assistants to keep you company. In the case of overworked mangaka Aito Yuuki his attempts to merge the two are so far unsuccessful. With so many lovely ladies around, Aito’s stream of consciousness tends to quickly get off the rails and take a turn for the perverse. His priorities are askew and subjecting his assistants to his fantasies has taken precedent over work. Despite Aito’s blatant abuse of power, his beautiful, talented assistants are willing to play along if it means that their work will be successful. It’s all for the sake of the manga, right? At least, that’s what they tell themselves until Aito’s gets a little grabby. Thankfully, editor Mihari is there to keep him in line, from threatening to fire him to physical punishment. Will Aito’s abuse of power result in romance or rough treatment? Find out in this comedy slice of life - The Comic Artist and His Assistants!



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