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Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go de Dereru Tonari no Aalya-san
Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go de Dereru Tonari no Aalya-san
Mar 18, 7:22 PM
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Megami no Café Terrace
Megami no Café Terrace
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Shadows House
Shadows House
Jan 4, 4:24 PM
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Joshiryoku Takame na Shishihara-kun
Joshiryoku Takame na Shishihara-kun
Dec 26, 2022 9:04 AM
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Mokuyoubi wa Kimi to Nakitai.
Mokuyoubi wa Kimi to Nakitai.
Dec 26, 2022 9:04 AM
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oxlip Feb 4, 5:15 PM
I appreciate you taking the time to write a well thought out response. To me, the purpose of watching this anime was for the romance, and to have the best written character be sidelined in favor of a one-dimensional, flat character makes all the buildup a waste. Certainly there's nothing wrong with the season itself but it's also hours of my life wasted, and I figured such a core screwup warranted a 1. I totally understand your point, but if I had seen the review I wrote before I watched this anime I would be more thankful than anything.
Merve2Love Jan 23, 8:12 AM
Unironically: Stop it, please xD
Merve2Love Jan 23, 2:39 AM
Stop it xD
Merve2Love Jan 22, 3:54 PM
That Mushoku Tensei - Vinland Saga comparison was hilarious xD
Made my day
CaptLolicon Jan 13, 12:19 AM
I loved the first part but never got around to watching part 2 till now. Absolutely love it. Really good world building and fan service. Eris is such a good character and a cutie to boot.
Tenma_White Jan 10, 5:20 AM
Cringe :v
Baby_Penewine Dec 19, 2022 1:23 PM
thats a really hard question to answer!
the first 6 episodes are a regular harem series that many people found to be cringe but i thought it was hilarious and charming. if you can get past the first ep you will probably survive the first 6 episodes.
episode 7 is the major turning point as there is a major plot twist that turns the entire series around and i think its fantastic. try maybe the first 3 episodes and if you like it, continue, because ep 7 is where it becomes super good. the latest episode even made me cry.
Natsuki_SanJuan Dec 18, 2022 12:37 AM
Uhh... Wut? Is average considered as bad? The ending was decent enough but I'm not saying it's bad or something. The ending isn't perfect but surely a solid one. That's why I gave the manga an 8, despite of its ups and downs. It doesn't matter for me if a couples got married or at the end they kissed or some shit. Unless it's a coming of age romance animes like Love Hina, 5-toubun no Hanayome, Nisekoi, Amagami SS, Fruits Basket, etc. Romance animes that you're talking about are from shoujo demographic, which aren't practically bad. Because it's a romance.

Again... Wut?
Ultra romantic where it happened for just two episodes. Do you think I'm convinced that the romance is Ultra Romantic? Did I said about I like romance stories that have kissing or something? The third season didn't convince me that the third season is Ultra Romantic. Not romantic enough. Like I said, the third season should have at least enough foundation to make some of the viewers that this is a romance, GENERALLY. I didn't say anything specific like having kissing scenes or something.

"If thats all you wanted, why not just watch porn or hentai?"

Wut? It seems like you're trying to insult the genre and the romcom fanatics who like those kind of romances. If that's the case, then I think you're the smartest person on the planet. Yeah... Well... Okay, I guess?

Example of that is Orange. That anime didn't have any kissing scenes and it focused more on the friendship between the characters. But it really convinced me that Orange is a romance. AnoHana is a romantic drama too and had no kissing scenes. But it focused more on the friendship, and it somehow convinced me. It's the perspective of AnimeMan about his review in Fireworks movie. He wasn't convince that the movie is a romance.

I've been watching anime for many years now and most animes I've watched are romance. I've seen hundreds of romance and different kinds of romance so I know what I'm saying and trying to point out. I mean, you only watch a few or some romance animes compared to mine. If you can't take my criticism on ultra romantic, feel free to ignore. It's a good thing I rated it a 6, not a 4 despite being a fan. If you read the other critic reviews, some of them said the same thing. They aren't convinced from what happened and same old repetitive gags. If you enjoyed it, good for you. But not everyone will like your favorite show/manga.

Have a great day.
Natsuki_SanJuan Dec 17, 2022 4:53 PM
Isn't it Kaguya the same?

Boy meets girl (same perspective for both sides)
Fall in love (it happened immediately)
Get married (it didn't happened in manga but oh well)
Happily ever after (self explanatory)

Bruh... Almost all romance are just like that. It seems that you are talking about are romance shows from shoujos. Amost all romance are like that and but it's a matter on how the romance will play out.

I will give you two examples of perfect blended of romcoms; School Rumble and The World God Only Knows.

I already explained School Rumble but it has better comedy and writing than Kaguya. Akasaka explained that School Rumble is his inspiration for writing Kaguya but the difference between the two is that School Rumble's ending was meh, while Kaguya's ending was average. School Rumble's characters are more lively and had more characters focused on the comedy. The main selling point of the show is a love confession but in a love polygon situation. Kaguya has it own signatures but the main selling point is that they use the mind games in a confession, and characterization of the characters.

The World God Only Knows known as the king of harem romcom. It's a pure romance but the main selling point is that it's a parody of dating sims. All the girls have happy endings at the end of each episodes. The romance and comedy are perfectly blended, even most of the parts are focus on the comedy, while not leaving the romance element. Laugh and love at the same time.

If pure hearted romance are for losers, it means that you're on the same boat? Saekano is somewhat a pure romance to be exact. We are all the same boat? It's like you're saying that the whole romance community are losers while battle shounen is superior.

If you're saying that Kaguya is praise for its comedy or etc., then why the author bothered to add romance? In the end, it's still a romance. Romance and comedy plays the important tool in the series because it's all about confession war, not just they are doing something comedic. That's what I like about Kaguya for being creative. The author uses the mind games as a plot device because it's all about confession. If you're talking about an anime about comedic itself, watch Working. You can distinguish that Working is mainly a comedy, not a romance. Atleast I understand what the show is trying to point out.

If they will doing a thing focus on the romantic drama, Ultra Romantic should be balanced. Yeah, the comedy is still necessary but the series should have at least 5-6 episodes that will focus on the romance. I'm not buying it what happened at the end of ultra romantic, that's why First Kiss Never Ends is way better. It literally focused more on romance than comedy because it finally enters the last stage of the show and the culmination of all stuff from the first season.

If you're saying that Kaguya-sama is literally a satire romance, so it means that it is an action parody too because the next arcs from the manga are heavily focused on action and drama?

Idk what you're trying to point out but understandable and have a great day.
Natsuki_SanJuan Dec 17, 2022 5:07 AM
So if people watch Kaguya-sama for the comedy, why the author didn't make it a gag manga in the first place? Instead, the author used the romance in the whole story, especially in the third season. The author used titles like "Ultra-romantic" and "First Kiss Never Ends". The author made the First Kiss Never Ends is more than a romance than a comedy.

I can distinguish between Romance and Comedy since I'm a solid fan of both genres, and even drama. Not all people watch Kaguya just for the comedy, but for the romance as well. That's why it is called a Romantic Comedy.

The only reason why Ultra Romantic is disappointing because it looked like a satire romance. Imagine, 11 episodes were full of gag moments, while only 2 episodes were suddenly become romantic drama. Do you think I'm convinced that this is perfectly blended or made me feel the Ultra romantic some shit? Even School Rumble which is the first surreal romcom before Kaguya-sama had those moments but perfectly executed.

Dumb mindset? Are we reading or watching the same thing? Imagine if Attack on Titan became a tearjerking drama more than an action, wouldn't you be mad?

"You dont gotta watch romance anime to experience the love you'll never have."

Bruh, I watched many romcoms/romantic-dramedies than you. Sucks I'm arguing to fanboy who has Sakurasou in his favorites. Such a shame.

Sakurasou is a romantic comedy, drama, slice of life and its genres are perfectly blended.

Have a great day to you.
xVera Dec 15, 2022 3:34 AM
hai thx for accepting, i think the same way as you

my favorite anime is sao rn and we seem to have very similiar taste! i like all the animes in your favs and i think youd like Boarding School Juliet anime its kinda similiar to kaguya sama sooo if you can give it a try its a nice anime. im planning to start fate series but im trying to figure out if i start with fate zero or fate stay night :P
Baby_Penewine Sep 20, 2022 11:38 AM
oh lordie you have amazing taste. i love kaguya sama, saekano, and sakurasou!
NewestPersonHere Sep 20, 2022 7:31 AM
I am currently at Volume 9 of Mushoku Tensei. Rudeus is not a pedo, he is just a prevert.

He did not rape anyone in Volume 7, he just cheats on a girl by going to a brothel after dating a girl. >_>
I wonder how the anime-only viewers react to that~
Well, he did grow as a person after that incident. Volume 8-9 are really fun and hilarious, him screaming and running after seeing a Nanahoshi. XD
Great experience reading Volume 8~9. :)

Rudeus is similar to Hamazura Shiage from Toaru Majutsu No Index. They both start off as bums, but eventually grow into a very likeable person, they go great lengths to save a certain person. Well, they are both perverts too. XD

I don't really recommend Toaru Majutsu No Index to new LN readers because its plot and characters are complicated despite its high LN sales. You can consider picking it up after you read a ton of LNs~
NewestPersonHere Sep 19, 2022 6:52 AM
Light novels have gotten really great since around 2020.
The amount of isekai has gone down while the amount of romcoms have skyrocket.

I feel that light novels have a more engaging plot and characters than manga. Some anime adaptations cut out important content from the LN. Mushoku Tensei cuts a lot of important content in part 2. :/

I think you can try to start reading the ones translated by J-Novel Club. J-Novel Club light novels tend to be easier to read.

There are 3 translators in the LN industry:
Yen Press. They tend to translate the big titles such as Youjo Senki, Reign Of The Seven Spellblades, Overlord, The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten, 86, Eminence In Shdaow, Re:Zero, etc. However, they took many months to translate a volume. Many people in the LN community calls them "Delayed Press". XD
Seven Seas Entertainment. A lot of people in the LN community caught them removing lines during the translation of Mushoku Tensei and Classroom Of The Elite. >_>
J-Novel Club. Their light novels are the easiest to read among the three. However, most of their light novels are small titles. Their biggest titles are Seirei Gensouki, Ascendence Of Bookworm and Altina The Sword Princess.

I will list down some of the popular LNs that are easy to read:


Seirei Gensouki. This LN is very close to Mushoku Tensei. The focus of both of these LNs are about redemption, both of them have an unfulfilled previous life. The difference is the personality. Rudeus from MT is a pervert, he literally tried going around to have sex with other girls in Volume 7. Rio from SG is suffering from multiple personality disorder, unable to cope with conflicting memories between his previous life and reincarnated life. Seirei Gensouki has a terrible anime adaptation by the way, they cut his character development and makes him overpowered.

Tearmoon Empire. I have not read this yet but it was a chaos in the LN community when the anime adaptation is announced. From what I heard, it is more of a "Make Kingdom Great Again" type of light novel. Since it is JNC translation, it should be easy to read.

Altina The Sword Princess. A war story. This is similar to Alderamin On The Sky. A smart tactician and a reckless princess trying to fix fictional France.

High School Genre:

The Angel Next Door Spoils Me Rotten. Although this is a Yen Press translation, this is surprisingly easy to read. This is about a popular girl in school spoiling a gloomy boy, and they slowly becomes closer. A lot of people in the LN community has been hyping this, the downside is its slow translation, thanks to Yen Press (or Delayed Press).

Gimai Sekatsu. I have not read this yet. But people has been hyping even though it was only published last year. It is a fan translation.

There are more exciting LNs but most of them are Yen-Press translated and might be hard to read for new LN readers~
KeflaSimp69 Sep 18, 2022 11:44 AM
love your pfp :3