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Well if we would compare the girls kisses with each other to the main guy kissing his destined girl, they are lacking as hell.
Other thing which is an annoying thing is how the girls can't solve each other problems among each other but they need the main male MC to do so like how the black/pink pair problem was resolved.
I'm a bit afraid that for few next episodes this anime will be just about that, the main guy helping the different pair of girls each episode till big finale.
It is yuri related in a way that the girls have to kiss each other but so far there's zero romantic or sexual tension between the girls pairings.
>It is yuri related in a way that the girls have to kiss each other but so far there's zero romantic or sexual tension between the girls pairings.
That is the worst kind of fake yuri. Not just causes Mugino to spam us with it, it's also shit.
Keep that shit to your awful pixiv, mugino.
It's literally a classic romcom. Dude is the MC, one girl comes into town for reasons and he likes her, the other girl is his childhood friend. So far there is surprisingly little rom, and the ED caught me off guard, but there isn't even any subtext between the two.
You're wrong anyway.
Saya has the hot for Kokonotsu (the male main character) this was established in episode 1, and Hotaru hasn't shown any interest in anyone, the only exceptions being Kokonotsu's dad (she wants her for her family's company) or whoever let her run her mouth off about candy.
The ending is just your typical one promoting the waifu-bait characters. It's like looking for yuri in High School DxD because in one of its endings only the girls are featured.
So does this Luck & Logic have more or less yuri than that Twintails anime? Not saying it had much at all (because it didn't), but I could tolerate it because the whole premise was lulzy and totally not serious at all.
Not that guy but according to wikipedia:
Hotaru, Maihime and someone named Itou Marika were friends. Marika wanted Hotaru to herself so she altered Hotaru's memories into becoming Shino. Marika also manipulated one of the higher ups into issuing the order for Maihime's assassination. The other Hotaru in the story is actually Marika.
Nights of Azure screenshot, taken from Gust official page.
Going by the summary, I guess it means that after brainwashing the real Hotaru into thinking she's someone else and go assassinate Maihime, the culprit assumed the identity of Hotaru to keep a tab on things.
Not sure how that would work if all three of them were supposedly friends before and Maihime should recognize them?
Roster is looking pretty good, but I wonder if the following is possible:
1_ Change either Intertwined Fingers or Kuma Shock from RB to either AMF or CMF.
2_ Replace either Teru or Black Sunshine with whoever got the above change.
3_ Have whoever got the change get her specific goalhorn? (IF gets Crazy Psycho Lesbian, KS gets Ano Mori de Matteru)
Pan de Peace joins the spring roster.
Man, are people gonna get anything done that season?
Vol 3 Kindle version
Sorry for the late response, I was busy over last couple of days.
I completely forgot to reply to this post, my bad.
Instead of the .swf have this youtube link:
Same vid except the .swf obviously loops.
There were two big issues I had with it: 1. I wouldn't know what to write in it myself and our old wiki writer retired and 2. I was always bothered by the fact that that section only included a couple of players, not all our old players we said goodbye to.
I see somebody restored it and even added the newly cut players - thanks. If you're interested in writing more I could dig around and figure out which other players got phased out. Not right now though because the archives are down.
I was looking for those models on Japanese sites, looks like it was a mistake, heh.
Here's the new MMD model (bottom) compared with our old blender (top). The difference in quality is pretty big.
It's still a work in progress, though. The neck needs fixing and like I said it's possible to actually add boobs nowadays.
Would be great if we could get more models. For now I found an Akkarin and Haruka for Lesbodynamics. I can't convert them myself though, heh. Gotta wait for help.
I'm grateful for the input but like I said we haven't figured out what formation we'll run in Winter and as such the positions are just placeholders.
I'm sure some people will be upset about how player A is a CB or how player E is a CMF but it can't be helped, such is life. We'll try to rotate players if conditions will allow us.
As for the goalhorns I'm not a fan of using custom goalhorns for non medals because in our previous 45 official Cup games we've had a non medal CMF score once.
Also I don't think we'll use AMFs at all.
In other news Charlotte1 ( ) won the poll so we'll use that. Does anybody new what ep that cap is from? I could download a BD rip if it's out to get a better quality cap.
And here's a failed attempt at converting Homucifer's blender.
>Haruka for Lesbodynamics
It's too bad that you probably won't be able to find (or really make/put into the game itself) a Yuu player that would hold onto her like the scene in question.
Well then. Here's a long list of our former players, it might not include every single one though because I made it largely from my memory. Older Cup threads aren't on loveisover, I might try talking to the loveisover guy and ask him if he'd be willing to rehost some foolz files.
Wan, Houkago Tea Time, Bitchnatsu, Ume-Tentei, Namori, Sanya V. Litvyak, Erica Hartmann, Allegorical Octapus, Stopid Sexy Thief, Reo Kawamura, Archery Club, Symmetrical Docking, Shiznat, Kigo, Hip Hop Lollipop (this one still hurts, mistakes were made)
I'm pretty sure we also had Hitomi on the team at some point, as Forbidden Love maybe? But I can't recall the exact player name so let's put that aside for the time being.
You don't have to write descriptions for all of those if you don't want to and you don't need to rush it either. Just write stuff whenever you'll have some time. As for the positions and departed fields you can use [?] for now, I'll either fill it in later or I'll remake the tabl to just get rid of them, heh.
Ayaya actually scored last Winter - which is extremely rare for /u/, it's always the medals who score for us - but what I said earlier still holds true - alt goalhorns for non medals is not something I'm a fan of.
Too bad all this effort will go to waste since it's the /mlp/ tournament by /mlp/ featuring /mlp/ these days, and they literally make the rules.
Cutest couple of the season
Divine gate aparently will had yuri yandere
kinda surprise but the anime look depressed
and yes, is another mobile game adaption
>anime about the LN about the lives of Chitose Karasuma, a college student who aspires to be an idol voice actress, and other young women in the industry announced
On one hand
>idol voice actresses
On the other
>SNAFU and MM! creators
Something to watch out for, I suppose, but I have no hopes for this.
I don't really know if the roster page should be that long. None of the other teams include ALL of their retired players.
And tbqhfam I don't recognize some of those memes.
Still, if YOU yourself want me to include all those I will.
>Hip Hop Lollipop
Don't beat yourself up over this. We should have seen it coming-
There's a short story behind that.
A decision was made to add a player representing Precure to the /u/ team. However, it wasn't going to be Mana because by that point DokiDoki was over, so the people deciding went for the Princess reference because they thought that since DokiDoki was pretty yuritastic, Princess wasn't going to dissapoint, right?
Cue Blue and that other faggot that got NTR'd by Blue and went for (and if I recall succeeded with) Hime. The signs of that happening were obvious but we clung to the hope that Megumi and Hime were going to heed the QUITE EXPLICIT WARNING of NOT FALLING IN LOVE.
We thought wrong. We should've known.
>since DokiDoki was pretty yuritastic, Princess wasn't going to dissapoint, right?
Pretty much. We've thought we finally entered the Age of Yuri. PreCure has always been very yuri friendly - if you look at seasons that came before DokiDoki you have Smile with the GreenxOrange vs GreenxBlue wars (also Everything Goes with Blue), Suite with tsun on tsun action and Heartcatch where Tsubomi outright falls for Itsuki (without realizing Itsuki is a girl, though).
What could have possibly gone wrong!
And the HappinessCharge happened.
>Still, if YOU yourself want me to include all those I will.
I would kinda like to see it but more than that I'd like you to just make descriptions for the players you want to write a description for. One step at a time.
As for the players you don't get feel free to ask I guess.
>still no DameDesuYo release for Koukaku no Pandora episode 3
I really don't want to use Funi.
How much incest can I squeeze out of Minami-ke?
IIRC, the romantic situation by the end of HapCha was the het-tiest ever for PreCure series.
Blue got back together with newly-reformed Mirage, Megumi ended up with Seiji as a second choice, Iona had a male love interest in some sempai that lent her books, Yuuko ended up feeding rice to newly-reformed Phantom's human form, and Hime was forever alone. Almost, she was all the time going on about prince this and prince that, not to mention her brief crush on Seiji. Anyway, Hime is a wildcard, not explicitly connected to anyone romantically by the end. But nothing like Karen/Kurumi, more like Rin.
None. You should still watch it though, it's pretty great.
There is a switch in the tone from the second series on. First series is more relaxed, almost iyashi-kei like. From the second series on the focus is more on the comedy.
>I'd like you to just make descriptions for the players you want to write a description for
I already have a description in mind for most of them. so no problem.
>the players you don't get
Those would be:
Allegorical Octapus (my best guess is that this represents the lillies that appear in certain manga during yuri scenes. Lillies kinda look like octopi)
Stupid Sexy Thief
Archery Club (when's the last time an archery club featured in /u/? I honestly can't recall)
It's much worse than I thought, then. What hurts me the most about HaCha is that it dropped the het like a thousand ton hammer immediately after a fantastic Iona x Hime episode.
>when's the last time an archery club featured in /u/?
Smile Precure? Centaur's Worries? It's a pretty stable onee-sama cliché, I think.
I don't know how it's actually done, uguu. It's not hard or time consuming so I don't feel particularly bad asking a person unrelated to the team (but symphatetic towards /u/) to help out with it, just that right now is not a good time for that. I could maybe give you his contact info if you wanna help or something.
Ran from Rinne no Lagrange.
>Stupid Sexy Thief
Zoe from /u/ fantasy CYOA.
>Archery Club (when's the last time an archery club featured in /u/? I honestly can't recall)
Well, the player got sacked for a reason!I can't recall all that many examples right now (Rakka Ryuusui is a mentionworthy one) but it used to be a pretty common cliche. Even the gay couple from Godannar was all about Archery Club.
>Allegorical Octapus (my best guess is that this represents the lillies that appear in certain manga during yuri scenes. Lillies kinda look like octopi)
Here's the joke, I don't know what Allegorical Octapus was supposed to be myself, heh. Somebody suggested it, people liked it, it was voted in.
It was supposed to be a western rep so don't ask me, I have no interest in western comics/cartoons. Maybe somebody else can shed some light on it for us.
I didn't follow the /u/ fantasy CYOA but it ended a while ago, very late in 2014, after almost 50 threads. Google tells me it's archived here:
He was, in the first Kurisumasu Cup, right after the CYOA ended, which is why I remember it was December 2014 (if not - October). It was supposed to be 'for one tournament' but we got eliminated in the first round so it ended up with being just one match. My apologies. m(_ _)m
Sorry, didn't mean to open old wounds.
Show By Rock! Short series starting in July
I suppose by definition, it means we'll be getting the second season in October at the earliest.
Well, it's not that much of a wound. I probably shouldn't be willing to admit this as a manager but since we lost against /m/ I wasn't all that upset about it. I talked with the /m/ guys before and after the game. Of course it would've been better had we advanced but since it wasn't meant to be I was just happy for /m/.
Ah, I didn't even think of Kancolle somehow. But yeah, kyuudo is something you see regularly, other examples include KannaMiko (Chikane), Umi from LL, pretty sure there was something pretty yuri in MariaHolic (although mentioning MariaHolic on /u/ is kinda dangerous) etc. We could name at least 20 examples of this I bet.
I guess I'll bump the thread with this.
Here's out new model for Lesbodynamics! More models will be coming later hopefully. For now I'm still shit at finding good, working MMD downloads, heh.
It is and will be yuri. It's just a short posted on the author's website though. I'm not sure if there is a more appropriate thread for that.
Show is pretty shounen as fuck, but I didn't notice any fujobait in the episodes I've watched. There is a LOT of angst from the MC though.
However the main girl and her bestie will obviously become arch-rivals, which will lead to a lot of foe yay.Also said girl has a genie slave/stand.
Fujobait = yaoibait. Not everyone who likes yuri also likes yaoi, actually chances are they will get annoyed because when a show is fujobait they will most likely focus on the guys, instead of the girls.
And your post shows why yuri fanboys like you are retarded. Meanwhile, actual fujoshis are a majority of the people actually producing yuri that we like here. So you're hating the hand that feeds you, good work.
It's not yaoi that steals the spotlight from yuri, it's het.
>actual fujoshis are a majority of the people actually producing yuri that we like here
What. Fujoshis, if they produce anything, produce yaoi. There are, of course, yuri artists who are also fujoshis, but they're the exceptions. It's more likely that yuri artists overlap with het than yaoi artists.
The annoying fujoshis from the west aren't producing anything for me, they are just being their pervert selves, fawning over sausages and saying that one lesbian couple "like each other just as sisters/friends".
They are the exceptions. If they're actually the "majority of the people actually producing yuri", then the percentage should be 90%, not 10%.
And I'm still waiting for the 8 pages. I already wasted too much time for this stupid argument.
Someone mentioned before that Kai Ri Sei Million Arthur had a /u/ couple. Now I'm pissed that I did not manage to get one more material for the upgrade,
>it's either exception or majority
>10% is exception
If you want to exclude yuri works written by fujoshi then do it. No one stops you. At least you won't suffer because of eternal hiatus of Gurenki.
The octopus first appears on page 1191 and the obvious metaphor involving said octopus happens on page 1203, immediately after Yuri happens.
Avoiding spoilers since apparently there are a few poor lost souls around who have never read GK.
Seriously, get on that.
The 'fujoshi hater', if that anon really is one, only said that yaoi steals the spotlight from yuri, which is true considering if a show has many male and female characters the fanart is usually predominately BL, while the majority anon's argument is false.
>Many of the manga artists we have also do yaoi. That's not an accident.
How much is many? Also if I recall, a lot of those artists only did yuri for a little while and then went back to yaoi (or het) never to return, which is heartbreaking.
Some of you guys really are butthurt that yaoi exists, huh. It's a bit silly.
But I guess if ret/a/rds can rage about yuri for no reason, retards on /u/ can do the same about yaoi. Retards gotta retard.
>Since some of you already know, let’s just say that we ran into some trouble with a visitor some weeks ago. To put it lightly, he was hard to deal with, and he ended up spamming some posts of ours with walls of text stating how much we and our blog suck. We ended up deleting these posts, but he seemingly went ahead and reported YuriReviews.
So, was this anticrack-kun? Because those sound like his methods.
It's been a long while since I last checked Gakkou Gurashi stuff, and it seems some nice pictures of Rii x Kurumi were made, so nice. I know there ain't much subtext between them, but I can't help but find them very cute together. You guys think if they had sex,
Rii would be infected with the virus? Since Kurumi probably still carries it, it's just dormant.
as long as they don't trib and share vaginal fluids, it's okay?
I understand that but the rivalry between between yuri fans and fujoshis still seems forced.
They like relationships between two guys.
We like relationships between two girls.
Also nobody is forcing you to watch those shows, if there is some focus on girls love I'll take it and run with it.
It kind of is? There's nothing real substantial about the rivalries. I think the dislike of fujos might stem from how people got into anime before they got into yuri. Since they weren't exactly mutually exclusive.
Is yaoi more popular then yuri? Maybe but that depends on which fandom I'm in. Yugioh for whatever reason happened to have a lot of yaoi for a show about playing card games. K-On, no way to throw yaoi in there unless you genderbend or pair Satoshi Tanaka with a male MC. Code Geass had a lot of yaoi but I still spotted some yuri fanfiction.
Even if we assume yaoi takes the spotlight as in being more popular, I still don't get what's stopping yuri fans from getting along with fujoshis.
It's hard to answer this question.
On one hand, i can guarantee that the number of fujoshi far exceeds yuri fan. It's not like they hate yuri, most of them just have no interest in seeing female characters in general. Just check the amount of doujinshi/fanart for stuff like SnK, Naruto, Free...
On the other hand, yuri is more easily accepted in anime/manga, since your common otaku is far more likely to be okay with girls hand holding, flirting and kissing than two guys doing the same shit. So it would be a lot easier for you to find yuri stuff in the average anime.
>Is yaoi more popular then yuri?
If I remember correctly from the thesis posted here a while back, the ratio of dedicated magazines is around 10:1 in favour of yaoi. Yuri's saving grace compared to yaoi is as >>1972693 said: you're more likely to find deliberate yuri subtext, or even side-couples, in more "mainstream" anime/manga than finding the same for yaoi because their target audience tends to be more receptive to yuri than yaoi.
>Yuri's saving grace compared to yaoi is as >>1972693 said: you're more likely to find deliberate yuri subtext, or even side-couples, in more "mainstream" anime/manga than finding the same for yaoi because their target audience tends to be more receptive to yuri than yaoi.
What is up with that audience? Why wouldn't they yearn for more yuri magazines so it can compete with BL ones. If they're receptive towards yuri, why don't they buy enough?
The target audience for mainstream stuff primarily consists of waifufags whose general mindset is when it comes to yuri is "Class S". You know, lesbianism is just a phase and all that. in this case, receptive doesn't mean they like yuri; rather, they don't particularly care for it/mind it when it does pop up.
Maybe so, but I meant how their mind works on a level akin to Class S, not necessarily Class S in media still existing today. You still have delusional otaku who are convinced the girls want dick, especially if all that amounts to yuri is ambiguous teasing and/or fanservice. I dare say only explicit romantic confirmation will make them believe otherwise, but that happens so very rarely (and generally not a good marketing decision).
Now it was replaced by cute girls doing cute things together with subtext as big part of yuri genre, especially in anime.
Aside of that Class S still lives in some minds if that one KyoAni director words about Midori are any indication.
It's handy, with it pretty much any romantic interaction between two girls during their school years can be easily dismissed later as adolescence and youth phase.
From other side we have many yuri authors who aren't afraid to go beyond that to explictly show in their works that their characters don't belong to Class S and their feelings are real instead.
I wouldn't say that, Class S is kinda confirmed to not be romantic, meanwhile most of the cute girls doing cute things aren't together yet because their manga is still on-going, and confessions normally happens at the end of the story.
There's a yuri scene in vol4 of Killing Bites by the Caterpillar guy
though it's pheromone induced or something like that
>most of the cute girls doing cute things aren't together yet because their manga is still on-going
You hope for that but there aren't enough precedents. I can't remember any CGDCT manga that got explicit yuri end and wasn't promoted as yuri initially.
Some are, sure, but...
...here, we constantly bash fujoshis. At yaoicons, meanwhile, yuri panels are common and you will frequently see people cosplay as yuri couples. I like yaoi and am quite active in it, and yet... I've only seen one actual yuri-hater there. Hating yuri is actually very unpopular there - will just get you mocked as a phobe.
Some people tend to take their love for niche genres too far, just ignore it. Responding to it simply gives it unwarranted attention; if you're the only person being angry in a room you'll quickly realise how silly you look to everybody else.
As >>1973017 says, Rakka Ryuusui was always a yuri manga, and was promoted as such from the start.
Heck, even the title means 'mutual/reciprocated love'. And right from the start, the protagonist was already in love, so it was dead obvious that it would end with the love being reciprocated.
Woo hoo! So much Yuri potential/CGDCT shows for Spring. What with Pan De Peace and Hai Furi moved up the ladder. I hope there will be enough shows left over for the Summer and beyond. I prefer my Yuri shows spaced out, instead of them clumping together in a season slot.
As much as I love CGDCT series' (and believe me, I really love that kinda stuff), I don't think it's realistic to expect explicit yuri at the end. It's going to be subtext from the beginning to the end.
Comparing them to Class S is bullshit though.
>Comparing them to Class S is bullshit though.
Hibike Euphonium is more like Class S, because it highlights the strong emotional connection between the girls. Class S novels were like that.
Disparagement of Class S as a genre is bullshit in the first place. Class S works are set in and reflect a historical social reality where female-female romantic relationships were common among schoolgirls at the turn of the 20th century, but not seen as "real" by society at large or (presumably) many of its participants. However, the historical context does not mean that the content of works in the Class S literary genre were not about "real" love; rather, the characteristic tragedy and frequency of resolutions as dire as death for the main characters reveal a resistance to the existing predominant views of transient relationships.
Class S works constitute a legitimate and important part of the modern legacy of yuri. As revealed in that recent yuri PhD thesis, http://ubt.opus.hbz-nrw.de/frontdoor.php?source_opus=944, Class S works such as Hana Monogatari are counted even today amongst the top 5 lists of yuri fans in Japan. The manner in which Class S, the literary genre, has come to be confused with a discriminatory attitude against acknowledging real romantic female relationships (which was merely the historical context of the works and still exists today) among English-speaking yuri fans is a fuckin' tragedy.
Look is another project of visual novel when you can choice the mc gender and had same sex romance
Now, ignoring who posted the news, this actually looks interesting. There are 6 romanceable partners, and each one of them is either heterosexual, bisexual or homosexual.
The issue seems to be that they are 3 males and 3 females, which means that you are quite limited in your choice.
>Quantum Suicide uses a combination of English text and Japanese voice acting to convey its story. As an Original English Language Visual Novel, we do strive to make the novel as accessible as possible to the English speaking population. Nevertheless, we prefer Japanese voice actors so have decided that all voice actors will be native Japanese Voice Actors to give that crisp, natural feeling on the ear.
Yeah, fuck this.
The only reason this is "weeb" is some the characters were arbitrarily given Japanese names. The devs are Australian, for crying out loud.
If the people involved don't give a shit, you're going to end up with a bad result no matter the language. If HuniePop can produce good English VA, anyone can.
>good English VA
I'll read this thesis later, but wow, that's surreal. I never thought any country in the world (even Japan) would use yuri as a valid theme for a PhD thesis. Nothing against it, but I'm sure most "intelectual" (or at least they think they are intelectual) people don't consider anything related to anime/manga to be a "serious" subject.
>tumblr agenda has no place in yuri fiction because yuri fans don't want it
Did they? I had the impression reading the paper that the Japanese fandom is as divided as we are on the subject. On one hand you had some yuri fans who were downright homophobic, but on the other hand you had something like 30% of the surveyed part of the fandom consisting of gay/bi women, who did express a desire to actually see more lesbians in their yuri.
Firstly, go to your local state library and look up anime. Chances are you'll find a essay anthology dedicated to anime.
Secondly, students do thesis on all sorts of weird things. I know from a friend that someone is doing a thesis on video games.
Finally, some people just like to read their opinions into stories.
The paper is worthless anyway. Whether we like it or not, all the so called problems yuri has are deeply rooted in the mud pile that consists of female sexuality and gender roles, not to mention all the other bs that are exclusive or nearly exclusive to modern day Nipland.
Anyone autistic enough to do their thesis on yuri in the first place is not going to touch on all the issues.
Just sit back and enjoy your latest CGDCT anime and whatever manga we can get.
The problems yuri has are more rooted in the general faults of anime production where nobody wants to take any big risks and instead uses the stuff that they know sells.
And if they make a yuri anime it is always a bad one. Just make a cute sol girls show where they get together in the end. Can't sell worse then ST.
Not true. Outside of this garbage general and occasionally recent releases, most discussion on /u/ is civil and well-reasoned.
The aforementioned two threads just draw the biggest concentration of people who want to talk about irrelevant bullshit like the definition of yuri, other websites, meta shit, etc.
>because people here kind of want a definition from somebody for pretty obvious reasons relating to board moderation
Most of the arguments relating to moderation and rules are about non-anime/manga media being featured on on /u/. People don't argue whether Batwoman or Frozen are yuri or not, they argue whether they should be on /u/ anyway since the board is slow and lacks content if we stick to Jap only.
The thesis, or at least the part of the thesis that people are arguing about, isn't about that.
Indeed. Maybe someone out there actually has an idea for a really nice yuri anime, but it wouldn't sell because most people have shit taste and anime industry, like everything in this world, cares more about money than making people happy.
Speaking of stuff that don't sell, is there any nice live action yuri that has no ridiculous moaning, no drooling and spitting, no looking at camera, no phallic objects, and lots of sweet words and cuddling and whatever else that's romantic?
It's an actual scholarly work on the Japanese yuri fandom. It was defended like any other PhD thesis is, earning their PhD to whoever wrote it. It was compiled by among other things referencing other scholarly works on fandom, manga, and the yuri genre, interviewing yuri manga editors, surveying the Japanese yuri fandom and analyzing the results.
So of fucking course it's going to get cited a lot here, because contrary to random comments or critics by anons it has weight behind it.
Weight Lovers is one of my favorite Douman Seiman one-shots.
>keep bringing it up as the ultimate definition for the yuri fandom.
First time I have seen it.
If they are bring it up as the 'ultimate definition' then they are as as wrong as the one who reject it outright since the survey was mainly conducted in Japan.
I vant to drink your pee.
So I just finished Sasameki Koto yesterday (I pick it up before, but it was dragging out so much that I drop it at some point), and it was surprisingly nice. Despite all the shenanigans preventing them from confessing it was actually a very enjoyable read. I like the world of Sasameki Koto as well, and even the side characters there are very enjoyable. Definitely the top of my yuri list.
At one point it kind of reminds me of Nana, for what Kazuma said is literally the same thing one of the Nana said, something along the line of "They cannot fall in love with each other because love cannot last, while at status quo they can remain at each other side forever".
I'm not advocating /u/ to read Nana for the gays, but sometimes I wonder if the author decides to put this series on hiatus forever because she writes herself into a corner and the love between her two lead are even more passionate than their bullshit romance partners.
kinda sad YuYuYu didn't get a rep on the team, but oh well
It was good, but they could do without pic related. In the end I don't know anymore if they ended up together, separated or what.
I hate when series gives me some bittersweet end or timeskips .Just let them confess and write: "and then they fucked for the rest of their lives." or something like that.
Flying witch cast
let's hope JC Staff turn on the yuri
like they usually do
>In the end I don't know anymore if they ended up together, separated or what
Did you literally stop reading the manga after that page? It's an unambiguous "and they fucked into the sunset even after" ending. It shows them dating even if they go to different universities, Kazama's brother even implied that one day they could get married too.
>It shows them dating even if they go to different universities,
Where does it show that? There are like 2 pages of them meeting in the end and going into the sunset. I have no idea if this before they separate or after.
I mean, I guess they end up together cause of that last page and that commend about getting married, but they behaved like they will never meet again during graduation.
That's because now that they go to different schools they cannot see each other like before and spend the whole day together, but you need to be literally brain damaged to not understand that they are dating and happy together now.