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Feb 3, 2021
Uramichi Oniisan has the potential to give unique insight into the melancholy of adulthood, yet fails to do so due to a repetitive plot and static characters.

The interactions between Uramichi and his coworkers were initially interesting thanks to the slapstick humor and the relatability of their situations. It really is quite tiring to repeat the same routine over and over, going to the same job that you hate just wake up and go back the next day. Sometimes the bunny and bear actors had moments that amused me and there were wholesome moments with the children, but that alone was otherwise not enough to read more
Jan 6, 2020
This is not the most original concept, and the ending reveal was a bit cliche, but the story was executed well nonetheless. The quiz questions were unique, and it was fun trying to decipher the answers along with the characters. The characters and art were generic (regarding the genre), but still well done. I'm not a fan of snuff but overall I enjoyed this manga. I would reccomend this to anyone who doesn't mind a bit of gore and is looking for a quick read.

(Also I noticed that a bunch of people suddenly read this manga despite it being published a while ago. Any reason read more
Dec 30, 2019
Love Live! is fun and lighthearted, but most of the appeal comes from getting invested in the community (seiyuus, the mobile: “game school idol festival”, and the fandom in general).

The school idol tournament “Love Live” and the plot of the school shutting down are not interesting by themselves, and so the show focuses on the characters. However, there are too many characters to develop so none of them end up getting developed anyway. Of the nine main cast members, Rin and Hanayo are forgettable, Maki, Kotori, Nico and Nozomi are one-dimensional, Umi and Eli are decent and the main character, Honoka, is basically just a read more