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Shuumatsu no Harem
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Shuumatsu no Harem

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World's End Harem, 終末のハーレム
Status: Completed Studio: , Released: Jan 7, 2022 Duration: 24 min. per ep. Season: Country: Type: TV Episodes: 11 Censor: Censored Director: , Producers: , , , , , , , , Posted by: GenX Released on: Updated on:
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This title has been categorized as 'mature', therefore may contain intense violence, blood/gore, sexual content and/or strong language that may not be appropriate for underage viewers.

Synopsis Shuumatsu no Harem

The Man-Killer Virus has wiped out 99.9% of the world’s male population. What remains are five billion women and the last five men who are resistant to the virus. One of them is Reito Mizuhara, who was put into cryostasis five years earlier due to a protracted illness and now becomes one of humanity’s last hopes after his awakening: He and the other four men are ordered to mate with the women to ensure the continuation of humanity.
Reito, however, has other plans: He is searching for his only love, Elisa, who disappeared without a trace three years earlier. Can he find her or will he succumb to the temptation of the other women?
Shuumatsu no Harem, World’s End Harem, 終末のハーレム, 종말의 하렘, Гарем конца света, 終末的後宮, 终末的后宫

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Characters & Voice Actors

Suou, Mira
Suou, Mira Main
Doi, Shouta
Doi, Shouta Main
Ura, Kazuki
Ura, Kazuki Japanese
Mizuhara, Reito
Mizuhara, Reito Main
Ichikawa, Taichi
Ichikawa, Taichi Japanese
Kamiya, Karen
Kamiya, Karen Supporting
Taketatsu, Ayana
Taketatsu, Ayana Japanese
Toudou, Akira
Toudou, Akira Supporting
Iida, Riho
Iida, Riho Japanese
Ryuuzouji, Akane
Ryuuzouji, Akane Supporting
Taichi, You
Taichi, You Japanese
Kuroda, Maria
Kuroda, Maria Supporting
Kozakai, Yurie
Kozakai, Yurie Japanese
Hanyuu, Yuzuki
Hanyuu, Yuzuki Supporting
Hayase, Marika
Hayase, Marika Japanese
Hiiragi, Shunka
Hiiragi, Shunka Supporting
Michii, Haruka
Michii, Haruka Japanese
Hino, Kyouji
Hino, Kyouji Supporting
Eguchi, Takuya
Eguchi, Takuya Japanese


  1. GenX says:

    *Implicit spoilers ahead*

    I’m expecting a surge of reviews with ratings 4 and lower to be the dominant force in this review section, and whilst there is a lot about World’s End Harem to dislike, to the point in which I can very well do the same, I come here showing what’s good about the show. I mean, I watch anime to enjoy it, if I don’t like it I kinda just turn it off, y’know? Despite being something to not take entirely seriously, I’m not very cynical with anime like these. My standards aren’t too high as well.

    The good thing to talk about here is the idea. Well, maybe not crawling into the sociopolitical side of things but the very concept is interesting enough. In a world where operation man bad is a success, we are met with a few individuals who seemingly forgot to turn off noclip virus consequently resulting in them going into a world where, well, there’s not a lot of men strolling around. It does seem like self-insert bait, only proven by that one guy who basically sells that idea without fail, but we will get into more of that later. Though it should be noted that it isn’t all as fantastical as it makes itself seem to be. There is a serious problem with men disappearing here, there’s no way humanity can last without men (at least not with this anime’s current technology, but that goes off on a tangent because you should see the technology there lol). The anime, although slightly forgetting a few thousand times about its own premise, does make actually put this theme into good use. Y’know, the characters do indeed attempt to revert the setting back to a more ideal surrounding rather than embracing wish-fulfilment. The pacing makes this ever so slow but it does get more and more interesting as episodes pass. With all the other pieces in the shadow, be it side character motivations or missing plot points, you are left wondering what more could happen in this weird world. I didn’t think it’d be that decent, but hey, here we are, the writers know how to not forget about a premise.

    Aside from the whole fixing the virus thing, another cool part of this story is that one self-insert dude. He reminds me of Keyaruga from Redo Of Healer because his process is the exact same thing only it starts from about episode 3 (I don’t remember) to the end of this show. For the sake of your memory, he will be called Megane, because honestly, it was hard remembering his name despite having episodes all to himself. Megane had a very interesting development, for the most part, going into the depth I would have never thought an anime like this would have done. From honesty and love to a more sinister dude, reflecting on all of his actions along the way, I kinda liked how he changed as a character in this world. The same is true for that other guy, No.2 he’s called. Although he didn’t get the spotlight like Megane, his reflection on the current situation was impressive in a time when people cared about him. Like this dude swoops low at one point, you will know what I mean when you get there. But yeah, the change is pretty crazy and would make sense in a world where it is encouraged to orgasm more times than you’ve been told by someone that they were doin’ your mom. It also just occurred to me that you could actually be doing someone’s mom if hypothetically you were situated in this scenario. That’s kinda wild.

    Anyway, the main main guy. Reito. He’s that pure-hearted “I don’t really touch boobs” kinda guy who I can actually have some respect for in his quest to save the world. When I say pure-hearted, it is extreme here, dude abstains from the entire world for some one girl who herself is committing some various acts of extremism. It’s kinda wild but I will tell you now that at least he isn’t all that uninteresting and has motivations to do something about the situation at hand, which is cool I guess.

    Anyway, that’s all I have to say about the anime, it gets a little philosophical with existentialism rubbish, there are too many unintentionally funny moments to count, and well, if that doesn’t float your boat, at least it is ecchi if you want nothing more than that.

    I forgot to mention, that Suou Mira is best girl, a real sweetheart. If she isn’t your best girl we have some talking to do.

    Anyways, 8/10, although that’s a little too nice of me in hindsight. Oh well.
    Reviewer’s Rating: 8

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