ITT : Romance done right.
Hard mode : anime only.
Went easy mode since the anime was cut JUST before this arc
This one scene was better than the entirety of Crystal and almost all of the manga.
Damn son, now I remember why I was reticent if I should watch it. Is it conclusive at least? Does anything relevant happen between them in the end?
I hate open-ended romance.
It's worth it.
It probably wouldn't be worth it if the supporting cast wasn't as good as it is. Yotsuya was a good tier troll and had me fucking floored, which is unusually because it's fucking impossible to actually laugh at anime from that period.
I recommend it. The first few arcs are kinda shaky and generic though but it picks up with the Student Council battle
Yep it's from Nagi no Asakura. Artist is Kurimomo check out his pixiv.
>I think Maison Ikkoku has a conclusive/happy ending.
It does. From the author's previous work, you can pretty much tell how it's going to end from the beginning. The entertainment value is in the characters, and everything that happens leading up to that point.
There is no "NTR". It´s not a fucking hentai. There is just a little part in TSR where the main character almost makes a mistake that would have cost him his relationship. But he doesn´t actually cheat.
Sousuke is a great character. Way more original than Chidori. I love their interactions though. Sousuke being completely oblivious to civilian life is what makes the comedy.
Nigga, that show triggered me for the 96 episodes and I can't believe I watched all of that. Then, the relationship actually moved on ep93, only 3 more to be freed from Rumiko's sweet release of death.
Don't watch this until you're actually enjoying things like Nisekoi.
If I had to pinpoint 1 specific thing that makes FMP better than average, it's definitely Sousuke. I don't even need time to think about it. Chidori being tsundere is simply a highly efficient way to have her cover the tsukkomi role in comedy episodes while developing a romance. She may not be astoundingly original but the way she's utilized is still smart writing.
The best shonen romance there ever was.
Except it doesn't actually happen there either. It almost does, and then
Leonard gets fucking rejected by the actual owner of the body, rather than the person who is controlling it.
He could've stayed. But it wasn't his calling. Based viral.