I just picked up the manga yesterday because of the show,it was pretty good then the twist that comes around in chapter 33 had me go "FUCKING WHAT?!" and think about everything I had read up till now for a few minutes.
>kill off the Suzuka manga protagonists' child in a spin-off manga
OP here,just finished chapter 34
spoilers for those watching the anime
>ends up in a 15 year coma
I haven't felt this type of rage since I read Onani master
Comacuck was probably in a shoujo-esque love triangle while Kayo and Hiromi went through middleschool and highschool together.
After he entered the coma they probably visited him everyday together and eventually started flirting and falling in love over a mutual connection to his lifeless body.
Eventually visiting Satoru was just an excuse and they would use his comatose body as a way to score dates with each other because they were too awkward to ask the other out upfront.
>Hiromi confesses to Kayo
>Kayo says to give her time
>Later that day Hiromi goes to visit Satoru in his coma
>Kayo is already there, seemingly intimate with him
>"I knew it, you're still in love with him Kayo!"
>Hiromi runs out
>Kayo rushes after him
>Hiromi runs down the stars of Satoru's apartment, followed by Kayo
>Both of them tumble down the stars
>Kayo, now on top of Hiromi, tears streaming, hair disheveled
>"I love you Hiromi-kun! You're the one I love!!"
>"Liar! How can I believe that"
>Kayo leans in and kisses him
>"Hiromi-kun, I love you, will you go out with me?"
>Looks down, embarrassed
>"Of course, you big dummy..."
>Both of them gaze into each other's eyes before standing back up
>Walking back from visiting Satoru
>Hiromi lightly grasps Kayo's hand
>Both of them look away blushing, hiding their expressions under their mufflers
>"Well then, please take care of me!" said in unison
>absentmindedly left the door of comatose Satoru's apartment open in the middle of winter
I was about to pick that up but thanks for letting me know so i don't have to waste my time reading it. On that second page, is he fucking happily crying for getting cuck?
It's still good, but it was just that scene also what>>136320798 said. you can't expect her to still have feelings 15 years later, but who knows we might get some more time-travelling scene since the culprit hasn't been caught yet
This here was the most soul-crushing part of Kimi no iru Machi though.
Ruined a good chunk of that year for me, not even joking.
why is netorare so fucking disgusting, yet when you're horny and fap for it, it isnt all that bad for that moment?
MC was a both nice and a sociopath
Sister was so guilty over trying to get him killed that her brother complex reached the stratosphere.
I really enjoyed him when he BTFO the Chief Shinigami by exploiting gaps in "manga logic" that characters usually just roll with.
This makes me angry at what could have been, if the author wasn't such a fucking faggot.
>corpse party blood covered
>tfw your favorite character is a minor character who dies in every reincarnation of the game/manga/anime
Channel your sorrow into semen. It's amazing. Being able to fap to NTR is an evolutionary marvel.
Everyone else is just jealous of their superior and more sophisticated brains like they are of people with ice-age metabolisms and people who can't urinate in the company of others.
Whats wrong with that? It's the same with rape. I fucking love rape, god damn it makes my dick diamonds. But actual rape makes me angry and when I see a character I like in a series I'm reading get rapped I get mad.
It was the point of the story.
Of course it shouldn't LOGICALLY make you upset, but it does, and that shows the author was effective in making you empathize with the main character.
The fact that you could feel his shitty pedantic crybaby stalker emotions so vividly is what made it so good.
Even though author is a hack and the fat dude is his self-insert (and a total piece of shit if you consider the prequel), same with Koi Kaze MC.
The moment I lost it and dropped manga.
Should've done that 100 chapters earlier.
I know it still resolves nicely but DAMN did this piss me off. I wish more of her work got scanlated because the art is geat.
Nozoki Ana really was a rollercoaster
>A shame because its a really good manga.
Part of the reason Arigatou is good is because of how effectively it induces rage in the reader. It was a little ridiculous at times though. The scale of the edginess seemed beyond unrealistic and really forced to the point that it became hard to take seriously for me at least.
Believers is a better Yamamoto Naoki work.