Two girls each have boyfriends already, but they’re actually into each other. That might be the plot. I dunno. Maybe only one of them is into the other, but that one manipulated the hell out of the other one to make her think they’re in love.
Looking at Netsuzou TRap (from hereon abbreviated as NTRap) from an objective standpoint, I think it was a decent anime. The art is good. Music is generic but in no way bad. Voice acting is good. Character design is good. Sure, the story’s theme is controversial, but look at it this way: this is not a lewd yuri anime, it’s an anime about an abusive relationship presented in a sugar-coated way so that you don’t actually realize it’s abusive!
Maybe that’s the case or I’m just reading too much into it. Anyway, NTRap seems like an anime that sells an abusive relationship as yuri fanservice and then the audience can’t enjoy either the drama or the fanservice.
Weeeellllpppp I’m pretty late in watching this but if I might say, Land of the Lustrous is easily the best anime I’ve seen in a while.
In the distant future, Gems inhabit the earth. Looming over them are the Lunarians, creepy skinny Asian angels that fly in on a UFO, whose goal seem to be turning the Gems into trinkets. Phosphophyllite, the youngest gem, struggles to find a place where they belongs in the community of immortals.