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This is classic. The entirety of this manga seems to almost be a parody of it's parent story, "Mirai Nikki".That being said, you probably don't want to read this until you've gotten pretty far into the original. However, in this version of the amazing story is changed immediately at the beginning.
It's good, but nothing much has changed. It's all the same art and models from Mirai Niki, so if you liked that, the art won't throw you off to this manga.
I know, I know, The real Yuno is nowhere to be seen, but it's a small price to pay for taking out Yuki for a smart, badass main character like Akise Riku, right? O.K, so Yuno was (arguably) the best part of the original manga, I think you will come to accept Riku as an awesome replacement for the both of them. Also, if you like Murumuru in Mirai Nikki and you think she didn't get enough screen time, then this is for you!
I REALLY like this alternate world. It's funny, intense, and all around awesome, missing nothing but Yuno. If you are a fan of the original, you'll find the way it parodies itself to be incredibly funny. On the other hand, if you have never read the original and are for some reason reading this, you'll find yourself scratching your head, saying "Huh?" This is a very enjoyable side story to a great manga.
In one word: Yes.
42 of 59 chapters read
In his mind, his" imaginary friend" the god Deus Ex Machina reveals to him that (CHAP.1 SPOILERS) he is real and gives him to power to see the future through his cell phone. However, he is not the only one to receive these powers, and he must team up with a crazy stalker girl (more on her later) and a seemingly nice cop if he wants to survive.
The art is one of the only gripes I really have with this series. While some things are beautifully illustrated, such as the God, some character designs felt....lacking, like they just stopped trying to make each character look good. However, this is not very noticeable, and will definitely not hinder you from enjoying the series as a whole.
Ah, the characters. Some of the characters (such as our oh so weak and helpless main lead) are not very likable. However, these characters (yes, even him) get stronger as time goes by.
One of the first REAL characters we are introduced (excluding the god and his little chibi friend) is an insane girl who uses her Future Diary to stalk our main character. They then proceed to have what I like to call an "on and off relationship" where he gets freaked out or angry every time she does something batshit crazy.
Throw in a cute girl terrorist, a cop with unknown intentions, and a dude who may or may not be gay, and who have a somewhat lovable cast.
I can honestly say that I am enjoying this series. The multitude of interesting characters are quite fun, and most of them never seem to get old.The phycological aspects work well (by the enemies AND the female lead) And while this is a shonen manga, it is much more fun and enjoyable that many other mangas I have read, and I hope it gets an anime adaption in the future. read more
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(I refuse to use the word "Harem", as it sounds like some fuzzy little creature that shits in your backyard.)
The story of Tokimeki Memorial ~Only Love~ was like eating a sweet, chocolate covered apple. Then, it turns out the apple was fake while only the sweetness and chocolate were real. While it is weak, however, that does not make it a bad one. It's just so simple and insubstantial that it's about as memorable as shagging a girl after you've *almost* had to much too drink. You're sure it was a fun and happy experience, but it's nothing you'd ever want to touch again. The review value is little, especially after you've seen the ending that makes you want to gag. However, the story wasn't that bad, as I've said before, it just wasn't memorable. It was just the generic guy moves into school and gets a bunch of girls.
Pictures make story go. That's it. Well, I guess i could say more than that. The character designs were good, if not a little generic. Everything felt as fluent and easy to the eyes as it should, which is a good thing, because when your distracted by the insufferable whining of *certain* characters, at least you have something to look at.
Yeah, just read the sound review for any good anime ever and just save me the time. Time to move on to my favorite part, characters!
This is what saves the show from what I, always being right, am afraid of. Even the cliche characters feel like they have more than two personality traits and are enjoyable to watch. The side characters, while being just side characters, actually feel like they help the plot advance. Oh, and did I mention the ass kicking baby chicken? Yeah, you'll see.
This was actually a very well done anime. I found myself laughing very hysterically at times, and then getting angry at the cliches that continually filled my screen.
There are worse things you could be doing with your time. So yeah, watch it. I assure you that you laugh at least once, if not a dozen more.