Watching Anime for this guy is liking watching football religiously for most male sports driven adults. I like anime all around. There’s nothing that turns me off about the subject outside of endless filler.
Don’t get me wrong there are a few lemons out there I’ve dropped off my anime list but for the most part I usually select winners.
With that said lets jump right into it with my newest obsession. “Killing Bites.” Oh but before I move forward here’s a synopsis from one of my favorite sites MyAnimeList to get you up to speed.
“People have been created that are human-animal hybrids, and powerful businesses bet on the outcome of their duels. College student Nomoto Yuuya’s casual acquaintances ask him to drive them around to pick up girls one day, which he soon finds out means by force. The girl they kidnap is an animal-human hybrid named Hitomi, who slaughters all of them except Yuuya. Hitomi is a honey badger, which has been called the most fearless of all animals. Now Hitomi is assigned to stay with Yuuya, for his protection!”
Now that your all caught up, let me say the action is totally up to snuff leaving one satisfied until the episode’s end. Killing Bites is rude with some typical sexual innuendos related to half naked females and perverted males looking to score, but the characters are highly unique both outside and inside (mentally).
Killing Bites has a lot going on besides action, but at the moment action is all I need to satisfy without the waiting for a build up.
So on a scale of 1-10 it drops in at an 8.