Synopsis: Pink is a cat girl who's the slave of a swordsman named Santa. Along with the elfin mage Pias / Pierce and the axe-wielding barbarian Bobo, Pink and Santa travel to different places and take on various quests. In the first episode, Pink and company are pitted against a witch who kidnaps young women and forcefully implants monster seeds down their uh, private parts. In the second episode, Santa fails to pay for a meal and leaves Pink with the innkeeper as his "deposit". The problem is, the innkeeper sells Pink off to some cult members and Pink is about to be sacrificed to a monster goddess! In the last episode, Pink and the gang face off with Nymphomania, a pervy snake woman. Nymphomania has captured Santa, and it's up to Pink to save her master.
Review: Dragon Pink is a 3-episode hentai OAV series which has absolutely nothing to do with dragons. The presentation is somewhat video game-esque, as the intro sequences feature the main characters being "generated" (given names, classes, and levels) RPG style. After each ep, a pseudo-menu screen appears which gives you the options "Save and Continue" or "Save and End". Of course, the video automatically chooses continue and moves on to the next episode. When certain creatures or monsters appear, a dialogue box also appears with their names on it. Each ep can also be likened to a level in a video game; there is always a "boss" villain that has to be disposed of in the end.
The character Pink literally fleshes out the term "nubile sex kitten". She is there for Santa's convenience... whether it's pulling the wagon he rides in, serving as bait to monsters he's hunting, or giving him various sexual services, Pink does it all for Santa. Santa treats Pink poorly, as he really uses her for all kinds of purposes and yet feeds her scraps, whips her, ties her up, etc. It's a mystery to me as to why Pink remains fiercely loyal to Santa all throughout. I didn't know whether to feel sorry for Pink or what.
Dragon Pink is supposed to be a comedy, but at no point did anything seem even remotely funny. There is a lot of sex though, ranging from the usual male-female intercourse, masturbation, and even to a bit of monster rape. The female characters are always getting their clothes torn off, which is really no surprise. Aside from the sexual content, there is also quite a helping of blood, violence, and gore -- especially where monster-slaying is concerned. Characterization is weak as there is virtually no background or development on anyone, including Pink herself. The art and animation are not very impressive either. Dragon Pink is a below average title, pretty much something people would buy if only for the sex.
Miscellanies: It's weird because in the first episode, the elfin mage's name was "Pias", and in the last two episode she suddenly became "Pierce"... whatever.