World’s End Harem Episode 6 Review: A Dangerous Situation

This one was actually good! World’s End Harem Episode 6 takes us through the seedy underbelly of the new men-less society, and there are many more secrets to uncover. Let’s get right to it in this review!

World’s End Harem Episode 6 Overview

World's End Harem Episode 6 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 6.

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 fifth episode, which you can find right here.

– Shuumatsu No Harem Episode 6 Review does not contain spoilers –

World’s End Harem Episode 6 Review- Things Are Heating Up

Scary World's End Harem Episode 6

There are plenty of anime with weird concepts each season, and most of the time, their quality ends up depending upon how well they use that concept in entertaining the masses, as well as fulfilling their potential and realising all the opportunities that can be achieved with the said concept. Many shows have intriguing concepts but fail to use them in an interesting manner, see How A Realist Hero Rebuilt His Kingdom for a great example of that kind. On the other hand, there are anime that don’t have promising openings that end up delivering big time, which The World’s Finest Assassin falls into.

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While it still isn’t clear which one of the two aspects this show belongs to, the second one feels much more likely after watching the latest episode. This was a great episode and probably the best in the show’s short history. It discussed several pressing issues that were in dire need of discussion, alongside expanding the horizon of the show. In some aspects, it’s surprising how long it took the show to get into that particular subject.

Hino Reito World's End Harem Episode 6

The subject of discussion is homosexuality. While it was spoken of in horrified tones as the “desperate females” asked if our protagonist Reito was one, as he refused to copulate with any of the girls presented to him, it was the first time we saw it represented in a positive and plot relative tone. The world of World’s End Harem should be a paradise for women who are into it, and it is unclear why it took the show this long to even mention the existence of such relationships. Well, one can only hope that the use is tasteful and not just related to fantasy, although the latest episode was a decent effort in the right direction.

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The conspiracy of the world and its origins have gone deeper as Reito has learned more bout it with the help of the widow he connected with in the previous episode. The future looks promising as this is explored more, and we delve into more of the conspiratorial nature of the proceedings. That’s not all that happened, as World’s End Harem Episode 6 also gave the interpersonal relationships between Reito, Mira, Reito’s sister and the first male to wake up some time.

The moment the show introduced Reito’s (slightly) grown-up sister in the first episode, it was only a matter of time until she was thrust into the spotlight of this highly carnal show. While the prospect of incest is highly uninviting and disgusting, the way this episode went about it was great. It respected consent and took her feeling into account, alongside telling us that she was 16 and too young for this nonsense anyway. It would be highly disappointing if the show ends up going back on this, especially to pair her up with Reito, but let’s just all hope for the best and move forward. It was a great episode.

Verdict

World’s End Harem Episode 6 moved the plot forward in a great direction and contained some great scenes. It was probably the best episode of the show so far, and the future looks highly promising.

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SUMMARY

World's End Harem Episode 6 moved the plot forward in a great direction and contained some great scenes. It was probably the best episode of the show so far, and the future looks highly promising.

2 COMMENTS

  1. So I think that we look really different on the show. So I see it as a Hentai and for me this episode was the most boring and worse of all. You look at it like it’s an Anime ( what I understand and of course respect 🙏). And there the paths split in the opposite direction. For me the plot was getting irrelevant at episode 2 and the great episodes were 3/4/7/8 and kind of (9) but episode 9 wasn’t the best, like I explained it on your review of episode 9. So we both look at different aspects of the series and that can change our rating really really fast because for me this episode was a 0.5/1 out of 5 Stars.

    • It’s funny how we are at the opposite ends of both reviews, but it makes sense considering we both expect different things from the show. Have a great day!

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