What was the first shounen battle series
>Manga has said to exist since the eighteenth century, but originally did not target a specific gender or age group. By 1905, however, a boom in publishing manga magazines occurred, and began targeting genders as evidenced by their names, such as Shōnen Sekai, Shōjo Sekai, and Shōnen Pakku (a kodomo manga magazine). Shōnen Sekai was one of the first shōnen manga magazines, and was published from 1895 to 1914.
Probably some that we don't know.
What happens in the House of Libra stays in the House of Libra.
But then Omega dared to make a girl a main character, and for a while THE main character.
I can only guess people didn't like that, so she was bumped down to useless in the second season.
Hey come on, the original series had girls... well, suffering girls destined to suffer for eternity, but still girls, right?
She got way more beaten up than the average main character. We even joked about Yuna having her own brand of ryona, while the anime was airing.
I'm pretty sure people didn't like her because every one of her fights was 2 episodes of suffering. When she went to fight Amor, some people even skipped straight ahead, because it was more episodes of her getting the shit stomped out of her.
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Shaka was super straight, at least.
tbh Shiryu had some top homolust and he was one of the straightest.
He was always so eager to take his armor off.
Omega couldn't sell the sadomasochism at all, despite it's one of the basic foundations of the SS franchise. When Kouga and co raised during the final fight against Saturn, 2ch mocked them by calling them zombies.
Kind of funny he's the one that winds up with a woman the most often. In both Next Dimension (You know Kurumada's gonna die before he finishes that thing) and Omega, he's with Shunrei, for real.
Even if Seiya was almost the same shit, Yuna took it to unbearable levels. It was always 2 episodes of her getting the crap beaten out of her, and then she did her attack and defeated the opponent.
At least Seiya put up more a fight.
Maybe they were trying to make Yuna likable and give her more screentime, taking in consideration that Yoshida never watched SS while she had a large experience with magical girls and Yuna was the producer's waifu.
>muh waifu endure so much pain
>muh waifu so brave and perseverant
>you want to protect muh waifu, right?
Unfortunately, this is omega so everything went wrong, except for the waifufags that wanted to lick Yuna's tights.