Man Whose Favorite Anime Genre is Ecchi Battle Academy Having Time of His Life

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CEDAR HEIGHTS, WY — Corey Singer, 28, has been watching anime for over ten years. While many might become jaded or bored of their hobbies after so long, Singer has never been more excited to watch the latest season of anime.

“When I first got into anime is was pretty intimidating because there were so many different kinds of anime,” Singer told Anime Maru. “But ultimately I decided that my favorite anime were the ones with scantily-clad school girls using magic.”

According to Singer, the keys to an exemplary the ecchi battle academy anime are shy girls, tsundere girls, big-breasted girls, really high-pitched voice acting, beach episodes, and the sole male protagonist whom all the girls are inexplicably attracted to. He adds that original humorous set-pieces such as all the girls misunderstanding the protagonist as a pervert and punching him are also crucial. Singer has observed that ecchi battle academy anime almost always fulfill these stringent criteria, and he is firmly convinced that this is because the anime industry is incredibly talented.

“I always read online anime forums how people hate all these shows and anime is getting worse,” said Singer, whose favorite show so far this season is Knight’s & Magic. “But for me, anime is so great. They keep making all these shows I love!”

When asked to name his favorite show, Singer had difficulty responding, noting that every season a whole new batch of shows that perfectly appeal to his taste in anime pops up. To him, every season of anime is a festival celebrating his tastes and preferences.

“It’s like the anime industry is personally tailored towards me or something.”

As of press time, Singer finally decided that his favorite shows in the past few years include Strike the Blood, Seireitsukai no Blade Dance, Rokudenashi Majutsu Koushi to Akashic Records, Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei, High School DxD, Busou Shoujo Machiavellism, Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry, Date A Live, Qualidea Code, Tokyo Ravens, Masou Gakuen HxH, Seikon no Qwaser, Hidan no Aria, Hundred, Gakusen Toshi Asterisk and Akuma no Riddle, just to name a few off the top of his head.

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