Is this the greatest manga ever written?
Not the greatest, but it's really good.
The best part was dumb bitches opening their bags and seeing it filled with man juice and him just sitting somewhere with that smug look of his knowing those bitches won't be able to find out it was him.
Don't you have some potato chips to eat?
An ending drivelled with pretentious ideals trying desperately to pose itself as growth. 10/10 for shipping Sugawa though, painting her as a bittersweet tsun; might as well have labelled it a lovecom.
>Willing atonement ≠ modern social expectation
I'm not sure what you're trying to say here. Just because he is willingly confessing doesn't mean that his confession doesn't align perfectly with society's expectations.
this manga is by far the most based yet not so good manga by far, everything at the end was so "daijobu" that i felt really comfy.
This manga is not "normies should die" type, is more like "don't be a piece of shit" type and that's the shine of this work, even punpun is bad compared to this one.
That's exactly why I hate this series. From the beginning the theme was this edgy kid fapping on peoples things like he's a /d/ version of Kira, then all of a sudden it goes all Cerebus on you and the fag gets NTR'd and faps on his friend's shit, then starts feeling guilty and confesses. Why the fuck did it have to go that route? It would be absolutely good with just the antics of faplouche, it didn't have to turn into 'hurr durr jizzing on peoples things is wrong'.
And the gloomy fuck was the second worst girl, but she didn't deserve to end up like that. She was justified in wanting those peoples' lives to be shit. Why did the author have to punish her with eternal solitude for that?
>it didn't have to turn into 'hurr durr jizzing on peoples things is wrong'.
the way it went, we got the best of both worlds. if it didn't go that route, it would just have been a gimmicky and most likely forgettable manga.
Yeah, if you think the best of both worlds means all of a sudden wrecking a perfectly fine train into a concrete wall of faux moral high ground.
From the beginning, this series was a comedy with dark themes. It had absolutely no right to go preachy. Cerebus Syndrome is a symptom of bad writing, and this one's no exception.
Was I suppose to self insert in this creepy motherfucker? That's absurd.
Yeah, but that's a different thing. The issue with blogshit isn't that the content is somehow a bad story, it's that this isn't the space for blogging. Autobiographies aren't blogshit, and neither are doujins based on someone's life.
I like how the most frequent complaint I see about it on /a/ is how it was only good when Kurasawa was a kind of fucked up outcast, and how once he actively took steps towards improving himself it got bad. It's pretty telling.
Let's be honest here, the main character was kind of a wanker.
It was decent for what it was. I remember raging really hard when I got to >>125010623 that page.
I got over that, but I'm still mad that Kurosawa didn't at least tell her how he felt. The closure didn't feel as real.
Also, I laughed at how the author wrote an epilogue that pretty much said, "Afro-kun and childhood love are going to break up eventually, stop getting mad at me".
That's such bullshit. If the author actually did that, he's a real joke. The pairing makes sense and I was fine with it. Was there anyone who actually liked that girl anyway? She was boring.
Bully was 10/10
Please pay attention to the context of a conversation before you respond. I'm not saying whether it's the "right" thing to do or not, I'm saying it's what normies would say is right, in response to a poster who said the manga wasn't pandering to normies.