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series that ended prematurely such a shame
I wish these fucking elevens would just drop things properly if they don't ever plan on really continuing.
Same with Hiroe and how he'll never get back to Black Lagoon in any real way.
i suspected as much, but i hoped for a different answer. i liked the characters in sakuranbo somewhat.
Kono S is really not worth the trouble
The other manga is untranslated fully, you get a nice setup and then nothing. I hear the ending is fine though
Current work is some warring states manga
Prison School is the greatest ecchi manga of our generation
It's just one rough arc, and it seems like it's finally nearing the climax. I feel it's still too early to call it quits - though if the next arc isn't a big improvement, then I would agree.
To be fair it's less that it's gone to shit and more that the constant breaks and decision to split pagetime between two different on going stories destroyed the pacing.
It's still a pretty disappointing arc (like holy fuck bring back Moeka and Andre already) but I feel it'll seem much better on a re-read when you can just crash through it.
I think it's in the "pulling things out of ass to gain time as ideas ran out a year ago" mode. And it's not just a couple of chapters, even the characters are overexploited to the bone.
>it'll seem much better on a re-read when you can just crash through it
That might actually be the case. Usually the series I'm reading are already over, or axed after 30+ chapters, so being with PS since the beggining got me used to particular pacing that's vividly lost now. We'll see how it goes, but I'm at the verge of holding the series untill enough material accumulates.
I dunno, I felt it was still going great until the climax of the futon incident.
It's really only this arc that has been a major issue for me so far and felt like you described.
Some anon recommended this in another thread. Was not disappointed
I still don't know what was in the bag.
Is it related to the short haired qt?
Well, her bf got her pregnant, left her when he found out, her parents moved to hide the shame, her mother got her a forced abortion that left her sterile, had to work in a brothel, try to call for help without success, got stalked and eventually murdered. So yeah, you could say that.
But it's also a story of healing, somehow, because of magical back in time to fix the wrong.
>Boy has crush on girl he barely knows
>Boy is gifted the most perfect sci-fi waifu out of nowhere
>Spends the majority of the series considering her nothing more than an annoyance because he lusts after the bland normal girl
I fucking hate this trope and it appears in so many of these series. To Love-Ru is the worst offender but this is certainly up there.
The fundamental issue is that we're informed these characters are deeply in love but we don't really see that. All we see are chickenshits who can't act on their supposed feelings while ignoring somebody who is actually shown to love them. It's an excellent lesson in why "Show, don't tell" is so important. If we actually felt the fuckwit loved Girl A and had some reason for not acting on it, it'd be a touching story of love and resolve. But we don't so it ain't.
Although, that's what sells: People get off on "If I were him I'd confess/bang the alien/form a harem/etc". It's why harem series rarely have the protagonist do anything with his harem: If he did, it'd be him fucking the girls instead of the reader fantasizing about being so much better and fucking the girls.
The sci-fi waifu is far from perfect. She's a complete genki moronic airhead who have been given shitloads of dangerous powers but any mental shackles or any sense of restraint, logic, responsability or morality to keep her from acting according to what she feels on the moment. Plus her mind is completely obsessed and a fucking mess made of shitloads of different traits, some of them being complete opposite.
it ended exactly where it needed to
step the fuck off she's great
>you will never give you're waifu athlete's foot