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sikimleoyna Jan 28, 10:32 AM
This guy is the proof that anybody can be a mal article writer without any skills whatsoever.
Cosmetify Jun 17, 2016 7:28 PM
In your top Ninjas article, you mention Miharu is a girl under Thobari Durandal Kumohira, From: Nobari no Ou. Miharu is actually a boy.

http://myanimelist.net/character/9439/Miharu_Rokujou
FlyingPlum Dec 3, 2015 12:44 PM
Not really. I used to wonder about the status of Kuudere, and that was just a thought like another. Why are you asking me this question?
FlyingPlum Dec 1, 2015 3:40 PM
Hello ansalin!
I read your article "Top Kuudere Girls : She's Hot and She's Cold", and I have to say I really enjoyed reading it. I'm a big fan of these characters myself, and even if they are a long way from the popularity of Tsunderes and Yanderes, I think Kuuderes are still worth mentioning and deserve a place among the important archetypes. You inform us well about the main representatives of this type of characters, and therefore I hope some people will pay more attention to this emerging stereotype after reading your article.
However I believe the definition remains vague, and Saber is not a Kuudere for my taste. I mean, she often shows her feelings, because, as you write, she fights for good, so she needs to claim her sense of justice. That's why I think she doesn't show enough signs of indifference to be called a Kuudere.
I did not want to be critical, but I just needed to give you my point of view.
In any case I found your article very helpful, and I hope I will have the chance to read another one!