Sometimes you have fanservice shows and sometimes you have fanservice shows. Qwaser of Stigmata certainly falls into the latter category and now it’s available in all its “mature” glory to viewed on Hulu. All twenty-four episodes of the series from Sentai Filmworks are now available through The Anime Network account there and are available to Hulu Plus members for streaming directly to your TV or device app. The series was not dubbed nor was a high definition release done (sadly!) so it’s in its original Japanese with subtitles only.
Based on the manga of the same name by Hiroyuki Yoshino and Kenetsu Sato, Qwaser of Stigmata is a twenty-four episode series for its first season that certainly pushes some boundaries. The manga itself was picked up for a bit by TOKYOPOP before they went under and the Japanese broadcast of the series is one that must have been so heavily censored to the point of being useless. The show did have a webcast release though in its native country which was uncensored and certainly was the better way to see the show.
Plot concept: When Mafuyu and her sister rescue a wounded man, they have no idea what they’re getting into. Alexander Nikolaevith Hell is an Iron Qwaser, one of many super-warriors who use the elements as weapons. Unfortunately, Alexander’s presence puts her friends and family amid a battle for the fate of mankind! What’s worse, the nursing Mafuyu’s already given Alexander isn’t the only kind he needs! Get ready for one wild ride as the courage within a woman’s breast unleashes mayhem in The Qwaser of Stigmata!