How can she be so perfectly lewd and cute at the same time?
I thought there was something really interesting about her hair in both the VN and anime, I don't even like redheads but I literally could not look away from her hair when it was onscreen. It had such a deep pleasant color
Kurisu really does have lovely hair.
It just makes you want to run your fingers through it and brush it for her every day.
The best hair
>kurisu is the moe
sir i believe you have forgotten someone adorable
I know. I'm blown away by how amazing she looks. She's just so sexy in that outfit.
Because it's cute. It's unusual for women to wear them, so it further highlights how she stands out from her peers.
I never said she wasn't. She's far and away the most attractive woman I've ever laid eyes on, whether 2D or 3D. Everything about her makes me want to copulate with her.
I know I shouldn't be hyping up a picture so much but I really am impressed by it. Huke made her look sexy without being in your face about it. Like it's probably the best picture of a girl in a bunnysuit that I've ever seen.
Not him, but his taste is just different from yours.
But good tsunderes are olev, and Kurisu is their queen.
I just find her incredibly attractive. I'm not really sure what you mean.
>What other tsunderes do you like?
Like you and the poster above you, the first that comes to mind is Tohsaka's anus. Kuroneko, Shinobu, R Dorothy (if they even count). I hate Taiga, though. The problem with most tsunderes is that they're just bitches.
Watching FMP right now, and I'm enjoying Chidori. It also helps that most of her tsun is in respinse to Sousuke's denseness.
There's also Gundere from Nichijou.
Honestly, I thought Asuka was pretty good, because her lashing out and violence towards others wasn't portrayed as something we were supposed to find endearing. It was instead treated as a serious personality flaw that came about due to childhood trauma. If you're going to make a tsundere, either justify their violent behavior or make them reasonable.
Not him, but I found the movie to be pretty boring. It's just a cash grab that contributed nothing to the series. It's like Stand Alone Complex or Higurashi movies: no plot, no risk, all pandering.
And now it doesn't matter because the Committee of Antimatter is happening.
I don't consider it milking when it actually adds to the setting. Shit like Phenogram or the constant Kurisu mangas were unnecessary but the Epigraph Trilogy is just as valuable as a regular SciADV instalment due to the broader implications it has.
Epigraph is canon to the mainline series in the same way that Hashida Suzu or 2025 Beta Okabe is.
Without her, the Steins Gate wouldn't have been possible.
Maho exists in canon, her and Kurisu's research echoes on through to Robotics;Notes, she even gets a brief cameo in the movie.
She is, they're just hard to see.
She got her outfit for cheap so she's making full use of it.
Because she's not a lab member.
She didn't even exist in the original, unlike Beta Okabe or Suzu. The whole "she convinced future Okabe to try and save Kurisu" deal came much later, after S;G already happened. Without her.
There was always an untold story with Beta Okabe, just like there was an untold story with Nakabachi and Alpha Kurisu returning to the lab to confess.
All of these ideas were originally thought up with the story setting, Naotaka just couldn't display them all in the Visual Novel. The Drama CDs and later content are all based on ideas they had at the time but couldn't display in the Visual Novel itself.
Because the movie was a shitty and unnecessary cash-in continuation of the series.
The afterstory dealt with the movie themes much better than the movie itself did, they should've just adapted Disastrous Holy Day.
She doesn't physically appear, we just see her name on a Thesis. Professor Leskinen's name is shown on one as well.