>I fell down some stairs
>we don't see Jun and Tomo fight together
Every fucking Tomo-chan thread is the same.
Why is Jun so sexist? He knows full well Tomo could handle those losers, if he considered her a bro, he'd have beaten them together with Tomo but instead he's going all cis-male white knight, to him, Tomo is just a wet pussy.
Jun walked by the delinquents talking about ganging up on Tomo to beat her up
He took pity on the royal ass-kicking they'd receive if they tried and gave them all a mercy beating to dissuade them from certain death
>He knows full well Tomo could handle those losers
Strong girl vs average guy?
Strong girl wins
Strong girl vs 5 thugs?
>if he considered her a bro
He doesn't. She's his waifu, but he can't accept her feelings yet.
>Tomo is just a wet pussy
Jun is a jealous guy.
Tomo is his and his alone.
He gets all gruff around bishie senpai as a means of asserting his mating rights with Tomo.
And he was gonna wreck train pervert not so much because he assaulted Tomo so much as the fact that molester had the gall to touch HIS woman.
To get her to that point it'd take about 530 more chapters
Dropping this Shoujo Ai already goddamn.
Jun did the most work and got 2 pages this arc, the gyarus got fucktons of Tomoflags though. It's like how Fate Kaleid pretends it's not yuri manga but making everyone have a crush on Shirou
Jun has said himself- when it comes to proper karate fights, Tomo is unbeatable; but when it comes to fighting dirty, Jun can beat her. And the delinquents will fight dirty. So really fighting with Jun was just making the fight fair.
>but when it comes to fighting dirty, Jun can beat her
not so much fighting dirty, as ACTUAL fighting. Karate is, unlike most people think, a sport riddled with rules and techniques, I mean if Tomo and Jun did MMA together Tomo would get btfo every single time basically.
You make it sound way more even then it is. Any actual fight rather than a points match, Jun wins. The manga has a weird level of semi realism. Where Tomo is bullshit strong and does stuff outright impossible like sending the guy flying with a half assed kick, but Jun as a dude who's gone through the same training is way stronger than her, and he still got hurt in a fight with five dudes.
Basically Tomo probably would have gotten her ass kicked if they actually had gone through with their plan to gang up on her.
Depends on location and tactics, to be honest. Tomo's agile af, so she could use that to dodge and shit.
But that aside, we need to see Tomo and Jun fight some losers together.
Even faggots can tame a gorilla in 199 chapters.
>Tomo becomes a sukeban
>Entire series changes to a delinquent gang series
Act like you wouldn't read that.
Yeah, if Jun had not got into it alone he would not have gotten so banged up. If Tomo took two of them and Jun took three they might get off without a scratch, except maybe to their knuckles.
To be fair, its not hard sending an unprepared guy flying. Even if you are prepared and not in a proper stance you can be sent flying if you are a lightweight.
I was like 55kg at that time, and in my cathegory in tae kwon do i was sent flying by kicks. Like they displaced me by a good meter or more if they leaned into the kick well.
Did anyone else go nuts when they saw Jun's face like this? The author always draws them in a silly cartoonish manner, so this was awesome
With Tomo, there is always domestic violence.
It would have been nice to see Tomo at Christmas, attempting to go on another date, this time hoping to be a bit more romantic.
Where even is the manga in term of seasons? Is it before or after the summer holidays?