So is this gonna be Haru's big rejection arc?
I sure hope not.
Her glass eyes are reflecting her desk and chair.
The chair angle is actually off and should be adjusted in the second panel, but thinking about it, this is still some really high quality work here. One of many reminders that Komi is actually very good at this shit but has to write Nisekoi to pay the bills.
Strap in boys. We're getting another 100 chapters before anything relevant to the plot happens again.
I hope so, why are w focusing on a character with zero chances of winning. At least with Marika, we've been building up to that for over half the manga, but this is as pointless as a Tsugumi chapter.
Legit question. Does she makes the best Nisekoi faces?
The author is probably aiming to end exactly on 300 since he's timing year changes to the hundreds. No matter how much a man hates Nisekoi, there is no doubt that between all the misunderstandings and coincidences, everything here is happening exactly as planned.
She most certainly does.
I have more fun reading Haru's antics with Raku than with any other girl. I kinda wish we didn't get this arc, since it's more or less like Komi twisting the knife some more and giving us the middle finger with all the "lol I can't pursue him because he and oneechan are going to be an item" talk, after he cemented Chitoge as the winner already.
>sweet contest arc
>Raku still being "muh Onoderuh"
Part of me hopes this will clear onodera out of the rakubowl, the other part of me knows itll either clear haru for good and/or make onodera do something cute and put her right back into the lead in raku's head.
I'm getting the feeling mother Onodera sees the sister love triangle and is gonna use the contest to see who is more worthy of marrying and running the sweetshop with Raku.
Kosaki will suck, Raku helps, Haru gets jealous and wins. The reward is some quality time with Raku. It will be meaningless arc, except for the mountains of saveable Haru reaction faces.
Indeed she will.
I've picked this up recently, and reading through 200 chapters and then having Raku realise his feelings for Chitoge was a blast; I've felt fuzzy inside ever since.
I however feel that, or anyonr following the series over the years, it all must've felt slow as shit and plagued with filler arcs.
>everything here is happening exactly as planned.