Onani Master Kurosawa Chapter 31 Discussion
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I was hoping to know more of what happened to Kitahara but I guess the previous chapter was closure enough.
Who shall I fap to today?
It's amusing to see that, despite having turned over a new leaf, old habits die hard.
ahh, I know. I thought that he'd quit his "daily routine", but I guess he couldn't resist the SUPREME, MANLY POWER.
Whatever, it was a great manga. Especially considering it was a doujin.
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Maek your dreams...TAEK the LIDOFF...
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This was an awesome manga
Apr 16, 2012 8:30 PM
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Even though I personally like Sugawa better, I am still disappointed in the fact that Kurosawa didn't end up with Takigawa.
I can't say i like Sugawa better, but I to wish Kurasawa ended up with Takigawa. Or at least told her he loved her.
The only part in the whole series that brought tears to my eyes was when Kura found out Taki and the Otaku were dating.
Series 9/10 ending 7/10 (Because of the Kura Taki problem)
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I'm honestly speechless. This is the most exciting manga I've ever read and this last chapter even made me tear up a little. ;_; It also made me remember - and miss - my middle school days a lot. Ah, youth.
I hated school and even i missed it. This story was almost to good to be a manga
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Was really pissed off about the ending - then thought about it, and accepted it. It's character development instead of cliche romcom crap.
And, unless sequels change it, the ending ISN'T kuraXsugawa - not really, not if you think about it... it's just portraying the two characters who grew up the most and (sorta) grew out of their childish crap - well, yeah, fap-fap puff-puff, but still - and moved into the future. That's why they just set a date, rather than get married or something, to the sempai's commentary that it's not likely to last, and to Kurosawa's thoughts that it's not at all tragic if this turns out to be just a memory or a stepping stone.
It's a realistic growing up & redemption story, not a fairy tale.
PS it would be effin hilarious - and kinda realistic - if the franchise ended with the author writing "SORRY BLONDIE, couldn't become a novelist after all... gonna have to settle for a mangaka". then again, maybe it sorta did.
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This manga is kinda unique. I'm glad I read it.
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Oct 27, 2012 11:54 AM
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Do not judge a book by its cover/title. This is one of the greatest example.
I seriously did not intend to read judging by its silly title at first, thinking it'll be another typical school harem, ecchi or romantic comedy with some confusion leading to forced relationship or such, but how wrong was I. This manga was brilliant in many of its genre. I always value the character development and this mange completely exceeded my expectation. From a fapping introverted otaku to a emotionless pervert fall into a deep hole he might never return to redeeming himself, transforming into a motivated enthusiastic open-minded guy. After reading this, I want to change myself too. A very inspiring piece.
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Jan 3, 2013 4:29 PM
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This was one amazing manga, totally needs an anime adaption.
Just read it. Yes, in one day... What a manga. My top favorite from today. This manga is:
1)Realistic, because all we boys had some of these actions come true because we are unable to express our real self in all of it's aspects
2)Deeply Moving, because it was like you constantly were in the shoes of Kurosawa, feeling anger for the bullies, feeling depression from rejection, feeling a change when matured.
3)Exceptionally well-thought, because it's never predictable or cliched
4)Thought-Provoking, because these social problems exist in many middle-school people in our society.
I am sad that it is over. I also want an anime adaptation. It's just a pity. This anime could easily get in my top 5 and MAL's top 5 also, if it is adapted well and from a good company.
Jan 12, 2013 5:04 PM
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This was a rather big letdown for me, especially considering how people constantly told me that this was better than Molester Man.
Kurosawa suffers from pacing issues and the first half is basically a constant repetition of fapping missions. It's dull and I don't particularly care for the characters, something which becomes a big hindrance when it steps into the second half (redemption part).
There you are supposed to care for Kurosawa, but there is simply nothing to care about. This makes the entire second half, and the entire series' message, fail.
The redemption is also rather short in comparison and the final three chapters, while being better than the rest of the series, fails at capturing the feeling of an epilogue by introducing new things all of a sudden. The relationships come out of nowhere and feel tacked on.
I don't see the appeal of Kurosawa. I don't find it realistic as some have called it. All I see is a series that could've been great, but lost everything due to some basic problems.
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