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Japanese: ルサンチマン


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 49
Status: Finished
Published: 2004
Genres: Comedy, Ecchi, Game, Sci-Fi
Authors: Hanazawa, Kengo (Story & Art)
Serialization: Big Comic Spirits


Score: 7.461 (scored by 1609 users)
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Ranked: #37752
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Popularity: #1652
Members: 3,873
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Chapters: /49


Takuro Sakamoto is a 30 year old loser still living with his parents. Fed up with his dead-end job and his life in general he's persuaded by a friend to try out virtual reality games. But even his virtual partner Tsukiko or simply "Moon" turns out to be more trouble than expected.


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Sakamoto, Takuro
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Jan 20, 2008
Overall, there’s themes running through this that have been done many times before, from Welcome to the NHK, with its take on otaku and erogames; Chobits, with its ‘which-is-better’ theme; and the herd of slightly deranged magical-girlfriend stories that are out there.

Hanazawa manages to combine all three elements, however, in a tightly-knit tale using humour, pathos, drama and wrapping it all in a slightly stinging rebuke of otaku-dom and their retreat from reality into the world of moe dating sims.

Watching Takuro and Tsukiko’s clumsy courtship is sweet, but entirely fake - she’s nothing more than a program, whilst he is an attractive and unreal facsimile read more
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Sep 23, 2012
1. any cautious, defeatist, or cynical attitude based on the belief that the individual and human institutions exist in a hostile or indifferent universe or society.
2. an oppressive awareness of the futility of trying to improve one's status in life or in society."

That was a definition I ripped off straight from dictionary.com. I usually wouldn't start anything with a textbook definition of a word – because 1) its cheesy as hell and 2) most titles are arbitrary – but I felt the need to bend the rules just this once to emphasize how important the title is to this manga. Defining its literal meaning though read more
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