Sexiest and hottest scenes in 80s and 90s anime and animation movies


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The 80s and 90s have been creazy times for anime and animation movies. I want to present you some of the hottest and most sexually explicit scenes you can find in the sexiest and most exciting productions during those years.

DEVILMAN – Demon Bird Sirène (1990)

Devilman is a manga by Gō Nagai published in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine of Kōdansha from 11 June 1972 to 24 June 1973 and collected in five tankōbons. The work was freely transposed into an anime television series by Toei Doga and aired for the first time in Japan by the Asahi television network from July 8, 1972 to April 7, 1973. It also had a more faithful OAV adaptation, a live-action film adaptation in 2004 and numerous spin-off manga. Devilman: The Birth (Debiruman Tanjō Hen) was released in November 1, 1987, by King Records. It was followed by Devilman: Demon Bird Sirène (Debiruman Yōchō Shirēnu Hen), released in February 25, 1990, by Bandai Visual. Kazuo Komatsubara, an animation director on the original TV series, was the character designer for the OVAs, which were animated by his Oh Production.

HEAVY METAL

Heavy Metal is an animation movie directed by Gerald Potterton and released in 1981. The movie was made in Canada and produced by Ivan Reitman. It takes its name from a very popular American comic magazine of the same name in the seventies, whose designs are aggressive and realistic, and where the mixing of pulp with fantasy created a genre that inspired, in the following years, many record covers of the hard rock, heavy metal, epic metal panorama. The movie includes various episodes whose authors are different for each one. A sequel was made in 2000 titled Heavy Metal 2000.

COOL WORLD

Cool World is a 1992 mixed media animation movie directed by Ralph Bakshi. In the movie, the cartoons interact with real actors (including Brad Pitt, Gabriel Byrne and Kim Basinger). It tells the story of a cartoonist who finds himself in the animated world he thinks he created, where he is seduced by one of the characters, a comic strip vamp who wants to be real. Kim Basinger acts as Holli Would, a femme fatale doodle who wishes to be real in the real world. Basinger also portrays her in live action.

URUSEI YATSURA

urusei Yatsura is a shōnen manga, created by Rumiko Takahashi and published in Japan in the Weekly Shōnen Sunday, published by Shogakukan, from 1978 to 1987. In 1980 the work won the Shogakukan Award for manga in both shōnen and shōjo categories, and in 1987 the Seiun Award for best SF/fantasy comic. Over time, a television anime series, six films and twelve OAVs have been drawn from the manga.The story tells the bizarre adventures of a group of high school students who live in Tomobiki, an imaginary town corresponding to the city district of Nerima, Tokyo, where they attend the homonymous high school. One day Oni aliens arrive from space to conquer Earth. However, they offer the earthlings a chance of salvation: if a human being, chosen at random by a computer, manages within ten days to touch the horns of Lum (Lamù), the daughter of the leader of the Oni, a beautiful girl who wears only a striped bikini, the Earth will be free. The choice falls on Ataru Moroboshi, an extremely unfortunate high school student, stupid and womanizer.

HOKUNO NO KEN

Hokuto No Ken is a manga whose debut took place in Japan in 1983 in Shūeisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine and made by Tetsuo Hara and Buronson. Two animated series were drawn from it, produced in the eighties by Toei Doga and Fuji Television and, in 1986, an animated feature film was also made. A third comic series, named Ken the warrior: The origins of the myth, divided into two parts, also made by Tetsuo Hara, debuted in 2000 and 2017 respectively and serves as a prologue to the previous ones. Inside there are a large number of topoi of Japanese culture and manga: the nuclear holocaust, martial arts, the sense of sacrifice, sadness, pain (bushidō of the samurai), friendship and love. The setting and graphic style are reminiscent of the film 2022: the survivors (1973), as well as the films of the Mad Max series, set in a post-apocalyptic future with gangs of thugs on motorcycles and monstrous beings the result of genetic mutations. A world conflict in the 1890s caused the collapse of civilization and environmental devastation across the planet. The survivors of the atomic explosions are reduced to living in small communities in oases in the middle of the desert, besieged by bands of marauders, who plunder and destroy everything they encounter. Kenshiro, 64th successor of the “Divine School of Hokuto” martial arts school, Hokuto Shinken, is a martial arts master of a fighting technique that can cause devastating effects on opponents or allow control over the body or its healing through the appropriate pressure at certain points (called tsubo). If initially Kenshiro’s aim seems only to be fighting to be able to reunite with his kidnapped girlfriend, Yuria, it will soon be revealed that the boy has in his hands the fate of those who escaped the catastrophe. At his side he will find many friends and allies, including the formidable Rei and the beautiful Mamiya.

NINJA SCROLL

Ninja Scroll is a 1993 Japanese anime movie, written and directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, inspired by Futaro Yamada’s Ninpūchō stories. The anime is set in feudal Japan and tells the story of the wandering ninja Jubei Kibagami (clear homage to Yagyū Jūbei), a very skilled warrior with the sword, who finds himself, in spite of himself, fighting against the Demons of Kimon, led by the immortal Genma who is looking for a mine gold that will serve him to create a huge army of ninja with the aim of subduing the well-known Toyotomi clan and the whole of Japan.. The film premiered on June 5, 1993 in Japan and December 6, 1996 in the United States. Ten years later, in 2003, a 13-episode animated series of the same title was released, still under the supervision of Yoshiaki Kawajiri.

RANMA

“Ranma ni bun no ichi” (“Ranma 1/2”) is a shōnen manga written and drawn by Rumiko Takahashi, published in Japan in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shōnen Sunday magazine from September 1987 to March 1996. An anime made up of 161 episodes, divided into two series, was drawn from the manga. produced by Kitty Films and broadcast on Fuji TV from April 1989 to September 1992. In December 2011, a live action adaptation of the same title was made. Ranma Saotome (16) is a young martial arts expert plagued by a singular curse: during a training in China, he and his father fell into the Cursed Springs of Jusenkyo. Anyone who falls into one of these springs, as soon as he comes into contact with cold water, is destined to transform himself into the animal or person who drowned in it hundreds or thousands of years earlier; to get back to your appearance you have to bathe with hot water. Genma Saotome, Ranma’s father, falls into the spring where a giant panda drowned, while Ranma falls into the spring where a girl was drowned. In Nerima, Japan, Soun Tendo (Genma’s longtime friend) informs his three daughters Kasumi (19), Nabiki (17) and Akane (16), that one of them is to marry Ranma (of whom had never heard of it) to secure the future of the Tendo dojo. In the various events, several other alleged girlfriends will come forward: the Chinese Amazon Shampoo and Ukyo Kuonji, Ranma’s childhood friend.

UROTSUKIDOJI: LEGEND OF THE OVERFIEND

Urotsukidōji: Legend of the Overfiend (Japanese: Chōjin Densetsu Urotsukidōji) is a Japanese erotic horror manga series written and illustrated by Toshio Maeda. There are four main chapters in the original Urotsukidōji anime saga, along with an unfinished fifth chapter that has so far only been released in Japan and Germany, as well as a complete remake of the first chapter: Legend of the Overfiend (1987–1989), “Birth of the Overfiend”; “Curse of the Overfiend” (March 21, 1988); “Final Inferno” (April 10, 1989). The first series was released as part of an anthology video series distributed by JAVN (Japan Audio Visual Network). The plot reveals that humans are not alone and that there are unseen realms running parallel to our own: the realms of the Demons (Makai) and the Man-Beasts (Jyujinkai). To further that, there is a 3000-year-old legend that foretells the coming of the Overfiend (Chōjin)—a being of unimaginable power that will unite all three realms into a land of eternity.

WICKED CITY

Wicked City is a 1987 Japanese anime movie, directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri and based on a novel by Hideyuki Kikuchi. The novel was also transposed into a live action film in 1992 directed by Tai Kit Mak with Tsui Hark’s script and production collaboration. According to the plot, for millennia between the human race and that of the monsters of the “Black World” there has been a secret confrontation. After endless disasters caused by this war, the more enlightened members of the two races have decided to enter into a peace treaty. But now the treaty is about to expire, and some members of the “Black World” do not want it to be renewed. To sign a new treaty, the old Giuseppe Maiato, the most important ambassador of the human race, the only one capable of carrying out the mission, is recalled from Italy. To protect the old man from the attacks of those who do not want peace, two expert bodyguards are chosen: the human Renzaburo Taki and the beautiful Makie, belonging to the race of the “Black World”. These women, monsters in human form, have a disturbing effect on men: Makie is no exception and Taki soon realizes that he has fallen in love with her.

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