World’s End Harem Episode 11 Review: Disgustingly Awful Waste Of Time

The long-suffering corpse of this awful show is finally laid to rest with World’s End Harem Episode 11. Let’s see the stink of what it left behind in this review!

World’s End Harem Episode 11 Overview

World's End Harem Episode 11 Title

World’s End Harem or Shuumatsu No Harem in original Japanese is an Ecchi, Sci-fi, and Harem anime developed by Studio Gokumi of Tsuredure Children fame, alongside AXsiZ, which is known for shows like Seiren. The anime is based on a manga of the same name written by Kotaro Shono and LINK. This episode is also known as Shuumatsu no Harem Episode 11.

The series is directed by Nobuta Yuu, who has previously been involved with the productions of Bokura No and High School Fleet. The show was originally going to premiere in the Fall 2021 season of anime but was postponed to Winter 2022 due to some behind-the-scenes issues. You can go back and read our review of the show’s tenth episode, which you can find right here.

– Shuumatsu No Harem Episode 11 Review does not contain spoilers –

World’s End Harem Episode 11 Review- Screw This Show

Reito team World's End Harem Episode 11

This might just have been the worst episode of anything ever broadcast on television or over the internet. Anytime before the airing of this episode, the few defenders of this were still somewhat justified, and some qualities set it apart from the other shows airing currently. However, there’s no defending it now, and anyone still brave enough to do so shall be met with scorn and ridicule for the rest of their time on this planet.

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The biggest mistake that only came to light in this episode was the show’s insistence on telling a multi-seasonal story despite not having enough material during the first season to carry it over to the second. Nothing happened during the first season except the corruption of a dweeb and the show repeating the same garble for episodes on end and beating the plotline to death. Most “new” things that we learned about the show in the last couple of episodes were easily interpretable throughout the course of it and thus failed to have any impact whatsoever.

Karen World's End Harem Episode 11

The cliffhanger of Reito and Doi meeting in the last episode didn’t go anywhere, and the final moments of this episode made as little sense as everything else in this awful universe. There was no resolution, and the show introduced more new plot threads than it ended. We are still as close to the conclusion as we were in episode 1, and at some point, you will ask yourself why you even bothered watching a show as bad as this. Once the answer will have been its sex scenes and steamy moments, the show also ruined those.

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It was almost as if the showrunners were completely out of budget during the creation of this episode because it looked awful. There were still pictures with dialogue galore, characters whose mouths didn’t move in accordance with the dialogue, characters without mouths at all, choppy action, choppier running, and awful solid colour backgrounds. The characters looked blocky, unlike how they used to look earlier in the season, and all of this was despite the show not being the prettiest when it was at its best.

In the end, we were left with an empty husk of a show that did nothing but repeat a few ideas over and over again, destroy the little credibility it had accrued, and fail to deliver on the one thing it had going for it, the sex scenes. It is hard to figure out what the showrunners were thinking, making a season like this without guaranteeing a second one. Who did they expect was going to stick around after watching this slideshow of an episode? This was awful.


World’s End Harem Episode 11 ensured that no one was coming back for a season 2, even if there was one. This was among the most useless and unwatchable anime ever.

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World's End Harem Episode 11 ensured that no one was coming back for a season 2 even if there was one. This was among the most useless and unwatchable anime ever.


    • Instead of using alt-right buzzwords, I’d like to hear you defend the artistic merit of this particular episode. You have my full, undivided attention to do so.

    • Could you explain why you thought it was great? what exactly did you appreciate about the show? What were the nuances that you appreciated? Was it the boobs or the ass? Did you enjoy seeing a hentai with a worse plot and no satisfaction?

  1. this anime was truly abysmal. i couldn’t believe it kept getting worse as the episodes went on but it was almost addicting seeing its decline—and it didn’t even start good!

    i just finished it and now i’m wondering more about who the target audience is more than the show’s plot. like, if you want sex, there’s better shows; if you want an interesting bioterror/mystery story, there’s better shows; and if you want a male power fantasy, there’s better shows. who are these people that are watching this and enjoying it?!

    thank you for providing me with a forum to vent my frustrations. i’m too scared to look at mal reviews—this show has a 6.1 overall rating on there according to google’s preview. 😬

    • I could not agree more with your comment. I also cannot imagine who would want to watch this over literally anything else.

  2. I haven’t heard the slur “alt-right” in years lmao. Are you stuck in 2016? The word “woke” is mainstream, even regressives like yourself use it. You seem intimidated by it.

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