I just finished marathoning this /a/ The characters are deep and likeable, it's beautifully animated (I really like how they make everything look almost ethereal/dream-like) and it's a simple heartwarming story about 2 people growing and maturing as their relationship develops.
Why can't we have more like this /a/?
I am going to, I usually don't as I don't like the format but if it continues there I will have to give it a go.
Also, forgot to add
I'm not a dad or have a kid or anything but Holy Shit did I want to slap Rin's mom once she appeared, what a piece of shit
This response never fails to amuse me.
Manga ending is pure and beautiful. There is literally nothing wrong about it. Everyone who liked the anime will enjoy the manga and will experience deep satisfaction at the ending. It came naturally like a final chord in a cadence, everything throughout the story pointed to it. If you cannot understand it, maybe the problem is on your end. If I ever have a daughter, I wish she be like Rin.
this was written by a woman right? i didnt know women can be this dirty.
Only a woman can seriously actualize such an ending. Any man with feelings for his daughteru realizes she must be protected, or he is a degenerate and would have never raised her properly in the first place. As far as 2D goes, both are acceptable, but mixing the two is just wrong and can only happen in women fantasies.
well you must be right since the majority of /a/, the most degenerate men on earth didnt like it, that says that even with the most disgusting fetishes we still think that is too much, we would be loving fathers.
OP if you read the spoilers, you no longer need to read the manga. It's a garbage ending, even worse than Oreimo's as it crosses mental logic that only pandering dumbass with an Electra Complex would consider good.
Yeah, they didn't swerve you with one story and ended up in a unlikely position.
There was at least setup for sexual tension and whatnot in Oreimo. I didn't like how the other girls were seemingly pushed down a cliff after so much attention they got, but at least there wasn't a complete blind-siding.