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Anime Stats
Days: 151.7
Mean Score: 7.61
  • Total Entries458
  • Rewatched156
  • Episodes8,787
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Fruits Basket (2019)
Fruits Basket (2019)
May 19, 2:29 PM
Watching 5/? · Scored -
Boku no Hero Academia 3rd Season
Boku no Hero Academia 3rd Season
Apr 17, 6:14 PM
Completed 25/25 · Scored 9
Boku no Hero Academia 2nd Season
Boku no Hero Academia 2nd Season
Jan 25, 2:12 PM
Completed 25/25 · Scored 9
Manga Stats
Days: 51.1
Mean Score: 7.74
  • Total Entries241
  • Reread32
  • Chapters6,150
  • Volumes875
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Nanashi no Asterism
Nanashi no Asterism
Jan 7, 5:19 AM
Completed 23/23 · Scored 7
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Yagate Kimi ni Naru
Sep 30, 2018 1:26 PM
Reading 35/? · Scored -
Princess Princess
Princess Princess
Sep 11, 2018 5:22 PM
Completed 25/25 · Scored 7

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RadiGen Jul 12, 2014 5:53 AM
>When I said that about the Wish-Crushing Cinema, I was referring to the box itself.
I see, I thought you were referring to the arc itself. I agree though, the method was elegant.

>But I didn't like who ended up being the owner, although it made a lot of sense.
I agree with you on that, It's one of my problems regarding 5&6 actually.

>Maria certainly used her box on Nana before the Rejecting Classroom, but it doesn't have to mean she knew Kazuki.
I think that's impossible. IMO, it's impossible to perceive someone as a saviour figure without knowing who exactly they are.
I think it's been made clear though that Maria knew Kazuki in this line - "Therefore, 'she' unconsciously established a new rule inside
her: "Kazuki Hoshino has the makings of a savior"".
While I do think Vol. 7 would clear off any disambiguities regarding this matter, I simply do not agree that Maria would agree with using her box without knowing the situation in-depth. If she is to use it on someone, she must know why and that entailed knowing Nana's situation and with it - Kazuki.

>There's also the possibility she knew of him before and forgot after using her box
Yes, I think that's what Mikage is trying to point out and I do think this is really the case. It's really interesting though if Maria really knew of Kazuki, which if she does it would have probably been short-lived.

>but I don't think he could forget her like that, since everybody talk about her outstanding beauty, so he probably didn't know her.
By 'he', you're referring to Kazuki right?
I think Kazuki knowing Maria beforehand is out of the question, iirc he was already out of the picture (i.e., Nana run-off somwhere faraway).
RadiGen Jul 8, 2014 8:53 AM
Pardon me if I might say something quite off regarding Hakomari, I haven't re-read it since last year.

I see, I had no idea Umeniko was actually a novel. Well, that's somewhat understandable as adaptations are usually the poorly done.

>I think his writing style would suit visual novels much more than books. Any opinions on that?
Ah, I can't comment on such anecdotes unfortunately since I haven't played a single VN.
I understand your opinion on Vol. 1. I hold it in high esteem due to my subjective leanings, if you'd ask me though which arc I'd prefer objectively, I'd cite the Kingdom Royale arc without hesitation.
I'd have to say though that although Vol 3&4 are objectively the best for me, I bet that Vol 1, 5 and 6 were harder to narrate for Mikage for the reason that Vol. 3&4 were easier to quantify. The other volumes had a more subjective nature to it which makes the task of making the plot "objectively better" more difficult.
I also had some problems with the resolution of Vol 4 resembling deus ex machina, It's admirable how Mikage avoids this though, i.e., the situation was that Daiya forced O to appear so it isn't really deus ex machina.

>However, when presented to the settings that would begin the Wish-Crushing Cinema, I found myself realizing again how we readers just have to accept somethings because the characters stated so.
Well, this might have a reader side to it, I'm fine with the implications though for the most part.

>Kazuki thinks "oh, I can't understand that!", then someone whom he was talking to says "oh, as it seems you haven't understood..." and begins to explain.
Unfortunately, I can't remember that scene.

>I particularly found the Wish-Crushing Cinema very elegant.
If you were talking about how the larger picture was unveiled, I agree with you. It really shows how intricate the plot was. If you're referring to the arc though per se, I'll have to disagree, I can't help but think that somehow Mikage run out of creative juices when he did 5&6.
I'll let it pass though as it's understandable given that it was more of a revelation arc, which was neat. I definitely liked the bigger picture more than the arc itself.

Vol. 7 - well, they've been discussing it on the forums. They said Mikage would release Hakomari after he finishes a certain Vol of his other work (can't remember the name).

>And do you remember you told me you had found some minor plot-holes? Could you share them? :P
I'll do my best to pull out what I remember.
Tbh, I actually made notes when I first re-read the entire series, i.e. to evaluate the novel in its entirety but I can't remember my exact thoughts when I wrote them.
Do note again that some of these which I regard as 'plot-holes' are partially subjective in nature. I did mention that they were 'minor' plot-holes, but major enough to be mentioned since I simply do not regard very minor mistakes as plot-holes.

Volume 1


Volume 2


Volume 5


I won't copy-paste the others since it's a wall of text of me examining the major sections of the novel, i.e., I was connecting the premises of the novel by examining the crucial statements.

Well, as you can see it seems like all the plausible objective plot-holes I've discovered weren't actually plot-holes. There were more subjective plot-holes though (referring to their behavior), but I've elected not to take notes on them because I was examining the quantifiable aspect of the novel. You've pointed them out though.
RadiGen Jul 3, 2014 8:54 AM
I've seen Umeniko on MAL but the rating is quite a turn-off haha.
So what are your thoughts so far on hakomari?
Homucifer Nov 26, 2013 5:39 AM
Eu gosto de pensar que essa mensagem foi parida (9 meses gravidez HAHA eu sou gobbylário).
Homucifer Feb 14, 2013 5:44 PM
Como eu me esforcei bastante pra editar aquela imagem, me dou ao direito de relaxar mais quanto a essa. O que aparentemente te dá o mesmo direito no meu aniversário.

Anyway, como diriam os antigos astecas, TOMA PROCÊ:



Happy Valentine's-kun-chan-nano desu-de arimasu-kira~

Ps1: Eu gosto dessa imagem porque a batata também parece um bumbum <33
Ps2: Gostaria de mencionar o quão tenso é pra mim o termo v-day, por diversos motivos.
Homucifer Feb 10, 2013 2:03 PM
Um tanto quanto tardiamente, mas...

Homucifer Jan 24, 2013 6:09 PM
herpa derpa
Homucifer Jan 10, 2013 8:51 PM


Make it tsunami on me
Homucifer Jan 23, 2012 10:55 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtsupRyEhjU&feature=player_detailpage#t=416s

"Watashi wa kagu...! KAGU NANDA!"

My body was not ready.
Homucifer Jan 21, 2012 1:40 PM
Seria motherfucking épico. O que me assusta é o fato do resto dos mais votados serem compostos basicamente de grupos de K-pop.
Homucifer Dec 30, 2011 11:17 AM
Será esse um sinal do fim?

Não que eu tenha algo contra e tal...
Homucifer Dec 25, 2011 9:02 AM


Merry Penguins-mas!
laritatf Dec 17, 2011 9:04 AM
Essa tal de Hayate Yagami é fêa
A Shanon tem cabelo ondulado D:

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Ryuuji-X Dec 15, 2011 5:35 PM
Bem, todo caso, obrigado^^
E foi legal que você foi sincera também.
laritatf Dec 15, 2011 4:33 PM
GUID, diz aí personagens de anime (mulheres) que tenham o meu cabelo