Fetishisms: Sexy Wives Hentai Manga Review

Fetishisms: Sexy Wives Hentai Manga Review These married ladies are hungry for younger playthings.

Creative Staff

Story/Art: Takumi Adachi
Translation/Adaptation: Yoko Tanigaki

What They Say

With mediocre marriage comes great lust…for younger men! With husbands that are too weak, too neglectful, and too busy, what’s a horny wife to do? Only one thing of course: find young blood! Follow these busty, middle-aged cougars on their sexual escapades as they prey on the young men that come their way! From the handsome lingerie salesman to the high school student just down the street, these horny women take what they want, when they want, and where they want! They want sex and they want it now!

From the author of the “Fetishisms” series, Takumi Adachi, comes a new hit: “Fetishisms: Wives” This volume of Fetishisms focuses on sex lives of married women. What’s not to love about married women? They’re mature, experienced, and they take care of you! Married women need some lovin’ too and in this volume there’s more than enough of that middle-aged loving to go around! Pick up a copy today!

Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers):

American Pie was the first time I became familiar with the term “Milf.” Since then, I’ve seen the phrase take on a life of its own and become a popular genre in Western pornography. It is certainly no stranger to the hentai genre, as the OVA films Cougar Trap and The Hills Have Size spring immediately to mind. The concept of the sexually active older woman preying on other men serves as the central theme of Takumi Adachi’s aptly named Fetishism: Sexy Wives.

Adachi presents a collection of stories involving housewives who, for one reason or another, do not get enough sex from their spouses and seek comfort in the arms of younger men. Adachi’s women are strong, confident and comfortable with their sexuality. They easily dominate the men that step into their lives, resulting in a great deal of steamy love scenes. What I find strange, is considering how eager and sexually active these women are, many of them exhibit a degree of apprehension and fear over their infidelity. For example, in “Perfect Timing,” Sae Kinoshita is decidedly uncomfortable with a stranger rubbing himself against her in a crowded train. A more egregious example can be found in “Extra Meat,” in which Yuko Misaki is essentially raped by an eager store clerk who suspects she is hiding merchandise between her breasts and, of all places, her vagina. Contrary to their emotional states, both women end up having heavy sex with their perpetrators. Before taking him home, Sae uses her teeth to unzip her prey’s pants. When the store clerk frantically begs forgiveness for his actions, Yuko loses herself to mad, passionate sex.

Not all of the stories have this problem. In fact, many of them are pretty fantastic. I enjoyed “Sneak Peek” for its voyeur elements and a ridiculous sexy scene involving a vacuum cleaner, “Tasty Lady” finds eroticism in a cooking school environment and a carrot, “Overexposed” concludes with a pretty surprising twist, and “Mermaid” is, simply put, pretty hot. “Indulgence” ended up being my favorite story of the lot largely because of how well Adachi draws sexual activity, offering one of the best oral sequences I’ve seen in a comic. Great as the sex is often depicted, I was at odd with the design of the women in Sexy Wives. Although I enjoyed the attention paid to their curves and proportions, with the exception of hairstyles there is very little to differentiate one woman from another. Giving them something unique would have helped to break the assembly line mentality of the character design.

In Summary

Despite my concerns, I still found Fetishisms: Sexy Wives to be wholly enjoyable. It unquestioningly delivers on the theme established by the title, showing off a collection of horny housewives looking for a thrill. While the situations and setups are likely to be familiar to aficionados of the genre, the stories are nonetheless arousing and fun.

Content Grade: B+
Art Grade: B
Packaging Grade: B
Text/Translation Grade:

Age Rating: 18+ (Mature)
Released By: Project-H
Release Date: December 25th, 2013
MSRP: $17.95

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