When I get done after a long day of selling hentai, sometimes I just want to turn my brain off and be entertained by a silly fantasy anime with lots of succulent thighs. So it’s lucky for me that the Yuusha ga Shinda!, aka The Legendary Hero is Dead!, is so much fun to watch. Keep reading to see why!
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Yuusha ga Shinda is a Dumb Show About Anime Thighs, But I Love It
Touka is a perverted farmer living in a fantasy world, exchanging jabs with his childhood friend, Yuna. When legendary hero Sion dies by falling into one of the pitfalls that Touka built, necromancer Anri tries to fix the situation by transferring Touka’s soul into the rotting body of the now-dead Sion. Now Touka has the chance to become the hero himself…if he can fool everyone about his true identity.
So why should you consider watching Yuusha ga Shinda? Let’s look at five reasons!
Great waifus. I won’t lie: they’re all great to look at. The sexy childhood friend Yuna and deadpan loli necromancer Anri are entertaining right from the start. When Princess Marguerit shows up, we get even more thicc visuals that are great to look at. The thiccest, actually.
Lots of Anime Thighs. We live in an age of culture where humanity has come to realize how important female thighs are, and The Legendary Hero is Dead has some legendary examples for us to appreciate. And yet…the sexy visuals are there for us to enjoy a few times per episode, but don’t get in the way of the story.
Good Humor. Touka is a dame ningen like most of us, but he does his best to fight a good fight. The writing in the show is enough to keep fans watching even if they’re not here for the camera angles, thanks to the likable characters.
Surprisingly Interesting Villains. For a show destined to be compared to The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter, the enemies Touka and his friends are up against are well-written and entertaining to watch, with interesting battles that move the story forward. I especially like Leland, who has a death fetish that drew him to study forbidden necromancy.
A Banger of an OP. If there’s a better opening song in the current anime season, I haven’t found it yet. The song SHINDA! is performed by Masayoshi Oishi, a singer who’s made a name for himself writing anime openings, including Overlord, Kemono Friends and Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun.
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