Originally Posted by Totally Guy
There are certain things that get it right and certain things that don't.
Oglaf manages to be brilliant at producing content that is captures its tone just right while at the same time not being arousing.
Something like Menage a 3 is both arousing at times and fits its own concept. Not such a fan of that one but it does what it does well.
I don't... really... consider either of those to be fanservice. In both cases, the sexual nature of the story or joke is really the point. They're sexual comics.
I generally think of fanservice as gratuitous sexuality, especially in asides that don't contribute anything or the choice of camera angles and shots that literally aren't related to what's going on but are designed to lovingly focus on the breast area.