Jesus Christ, just how are these by the numbers shitty LN adaptations getting made? Hundred, Chivalry of a Failed Knight and The Asterisk War are literally the same first episode over and over again.
And i'm totally okay with it.
>Hayato feels a strange yet familiar sense of incongruity towards Emil Crossford, his roommate who somehow knows him from somewhere. On top of that, as soon as he enters the school, he is challenged to a duel by the "Queen" (the school's most powerful Slayer) Claire Harvey!
Japan this needs to stop
I used to just joke about this and just watch these shows anyway for shits and giggles, but I legitimately can't anymore. It's actually become so painfully cliche that it's not even a joke anymore nor can I overlook it.
>comparing shit to garbage
Why even bother?
I watched some of both series before dropping it, and even saying one is better than the other is too much of a compliment towards either since that one contains anything worthwhile at all.
anime are advertisements. LN series benefit even more than manga from an anime adaptation, because LNs are not serialized in magazines and they need the additional promotion, in order for fans to recognize the name and find the book among the shelves and among the hundreds of competitors. LNs have a wide audience but each single series struggles to stand apart from the others, that is why in this competitive space producers are eager to pay for adaptations, and why LNs have such ridiculous gaudy titles in order to stand out and be noticed. paying for an adaptation for your LN is a good investment.
and they offer the anime studio more creative freedom in the storyboard so studios like it as well. its a more interesting job than just recreating a comic book frame by frame.
Part of me wants to keep watching for the imouto, but I know that she'll be ignored in favor of showing off the cowtit sluts.
Fool me 99 times, shame on you. Fool me a Hundred times, shame on me.
So why don't you watch the motorcycle anime?
Alternatively get a job so your mind is not occupied by LN Harem anime.
Heck this season we only have Asterisk and Hundred for our battle harem anime.
and yet you'll still be back season after season, smugly insulting anyone who claims to want something more from a medium that doesn't have to be held back like this and having genuine debates about "best girl"
>smugly insulting anyone who claims to want something more from a medium that doesn't have to be held back like this
OP is the exact type of person to make those claims of wanting more, so I'm not sure what you're getting at here.
he just burned up all the shit he really loves in his first videos and now he can only hope to find something decent among the new stuff, it's no different from most people watching animu.
To be fair, Asterisk has a female lead that's not "absolutely" cookie cutter, and the animation and music are decent.
Besides that, just don't fucking watch. We've always know that the Japs have garbage taste, no need to make a thread about it.
Anything unique about this one. I only gave Rakudai a chance because they actually get together early. Yes, I know that doesn't make it good, but it was just enough of a novelty to get me in the door.
Not actually a full Ojou or Tsundere though.
I checked the first episode of S2 to see if her character had developed at all, and surprisingly it has. She doesn't at all seem like a big tsundere or ojou any more at this point.
Nah, she's pretty cookie cutter. You're right about the other two things though. That's the only good thing it has going for it, it looks and sounds nicer than other generic LN adaptations of the same type.
At least 80% of the dialogue wasn't exposition in the first episode like usual. And the set-up for MC to fight generic drill didn't involve a coincidence and boob grab but instead was a result of the choices of MC and the trap. I don't expect much from this but at least it wasn't a complete paint-by-the-numbers start.
Did Bahamut do anything well? I dropped it after the first episode since it was the most generic battle harem thing I had ever seen before. 75% exposition dialogue, every trope in the book and awful animation.
>anon tries to justify his garbage taste
Not even anime.
It's alright impossible to be 100% original, but the thing is that it IS possible to do something more unique if you are creative and good at writing.
The fact that we get a lot of anime with repetitive tropes is more an indication that the LN is either full of lazy writers or full of people that doesn't like unique things
I prefer manga. Which also has tons of clichés.
I'm not even saying they're good or bad, it is what it is. I watch battleshounen, moeshit, manime, harems, SoL, romance, shoujosjit, 2deep4u, edgy grimdark, etc.
They are all filled with cliches. Every genre and type of show.
i think i've seen this show before.
must be dejavu
Anime is almost all cliche. I mean that both ways.
The entire premise of the show, and the things that happen. Some have one, some have the other, some have both.
But anime' cliche/show per capita is very high.
While Bahamut wasn't exactly groundbreaking it was a lot more enjoyable than most battle harems
if you're into traps and femdombecause the MC was as cute and fuckable as any of the harem members
>all these terrible LNs getting adaptations recently
>they're all virtually identical
>actually semi-unique and entertaining shit like Girl Who Ate a Death God, Goblin Kingdom, and Kumo will never get an anime
Just, why? I mean, the only half decent LN to anime I've seen so far has been Hataraku Maou-sama (which wasn't even great, just ok) and Overlord. Do these extended LN ads just sell really well or something?
He's how I picture the average /a/ too. Not good looking, but not really ugly, would be passable with some clean up but won't ever do it. Obviously awkward, but not actually the unhinged weirdo people picture 4channers to be and Redditors like to pretend they are.
They temporarily bump a crop of books in store by being shitty enough to convince people to read the rest instead, or just by highlighting their existence in a super saturated market
The problem is probably that decent to good LNs only get anime if their publishers want to make a deal with the devil, aka aniplex
While watching this, it made me think how Madan no Ou to Vanadis is actually pretty unique in comparison despite being kinda generic.
It also made think if I could remember any other LN adaptation that isn't like this, Asterisk, Rakudai or IS.
Generic harem shows are love and life, I'll never get tired of them and I'm glad that Japan never will either.
They also do a damn fine job of reminding normalfags that anime isn't for them.
They're banking oppai-drill so much. I like it.
>It's actually become so painfully cliche
if this is painfully cliche then what is this
You do realize they are niche shit that sells like poop and studios only make them because retarded publisher pay them to do so?
Are you just gonna sit there and take this, /a/?
Someone help me with the chronology here, does this happen after or before the other one?
>amongst users of the e-book service BOOK WALKER
Eh I dunno how much I trust numbers that don't count kids buying paper books at bookstores. The younger you are the less likely you are to have ebook accounts.
I can't tell if you're serious or not anon but you still gave me a chuckle.
japanese dont like to experiement or take risks. they like the same story, over and over, with little variation. you can see this in the way they make different products besides ln and anime. You can go into a store that specializes in something weird, like frogs, and the entire fucking store will be 'frog this' and 'frog that'. Their mascots will be a frog, the waitresses will have little frog themed hats or outfits, their catchphrase will be frog centric, all their fucking food will be frog something or the other, and they will never deviate from their preset theme.
Are we trapped in an endless cycle?
The plot twist is the MC is also a reverse trap.
Harem shows are fun. Only personal problem with them is for some to actually cover more material other than 10-12 episodes. Blade Dance being one of them. Really enjoyed Kanojo Flag since that had a concrete ending as well.
I physically burst into laughter reading this.
At this point I'm just watching one or two of these interchangable garbage series for cheap laughs and to cleanse my palette in between other shows. Sometimes I drop them, but for some reason I've grown accustomed to having one or two per season.
As long as all anime doesn't eventually become 1 cour adaptations of ongoing LN battle harems with CG battlesuit mechs, a cardboard cutout undergod MC with a secret "unlimited potential special snowflake power" and a bunch of main girls who are princesses and the like with "totally legit responsibilities and duties and real personalities stemming from those unique and interesting motivations" then I'll be ok.
> Generic dense Yamato Damashi MC
> Cast of cute girls who all lust after MC's D
Looks like another good seasonal show to me. Time to wait for doujins again.
Isn't Japan all ready over saturated with harem?
It's like one battle Harem after another with the same plot and enemies.
It's fucking shit dressed up each time, but it's still the same shit. When will they get their act together and quit the battle Harem genre?
Funnily enough it's Emilia who is the British one.
Stop going to TV tropes.
Anon you might as well be complaining about the oversaturation of YA novels in the west. Especially the ones with mary sue saving the world.
I'm actually doing Asterisk this season, but I'd probably watch this as well if this season wasn't so stacked already.
I'm glad someone knows what I'm talking about, though. I'm not one of those retards who will sit there and pretend haremshit is what anime is all about and you simply have to love them 100% or anime isn't for you, but I kind of like having one or two around per season. Plus the threads are always fun to funpost in, especially when spoilers in broken English start getting posted.
>Anon you might as well be complaining about the oversaturation of YA novels in the west. Especially the ones with mary sue saving the world.
Which novels would this be? I don't even keep up with YA novels but I honestly wouldn't doubt you. The thing is the west hardly gets if not any YA novel cartoons compared to Harem LN anime in the east.
Look how soft those thighs are, my god. Doujinshi won't do it justice.
By not being as big as Claire. Good thing she stops with the bindings though, since apparently permanent damage can be cause by doing that shit.
I bet this is all just part of a bigger plan to eventually release a comedic deconstruction battle harem where it just flips all the cliches on their head and it sells like crazy just because of how sick of seeing the exact same plot people are.
Or at least I hope
Left is best girl and imouto I would protect. Right is imouto I wouldn't protect.
>The thing is the west hardly gets if not any YA novel cartoons compared to Harem LN anime in the east.
That's because they get movies instead if they hit it big.
Some of these LNs on the other hand don't hit it big but get Animated adaptions or slideshows to try to sell more.
I always wonder why in outfits like that they never give the guys more of a bulge. It's either non existent, or just barely there, is that too lewd?
Japan also has a much, much larger male audience for YA fiction.
Shitty harem fiction doesn't exist in the west simply because teenage boys don't like reading enough. Which is why all shitty YA fiction is reverse harem instead, where a teenage girl becomes the savior of the world while getting into hijinks with hot, troubled hunks.
Joke answer: Because they're japanese and their dicks are too small to make a bulge
Real answer: Because these shows are marketed at straight men and straight men don't want to see other guys bulges.
Why do so many battle harems feature a japanese guy and a european main girl (or at least 2/3 in the harem)?
Do they not like their own women or something?
It's called Hundred because there are already 99 series with the same plot as it.
Because they're exotic.
If you're going to write a fantastical wish-fulfillment novel you're not going to make the love interest a Japanese teenage girl that you see everyday on the streets, you're going to make her an unobtainable foreign beauty.
That, and the fact that every guy wants variety in women, and lots of insecure guys like the fantasy of stealing women from other places/men, combined with Japans strong sense of nationalism superiority complex the otaku watching it probably think "Yeah all these foreign girls see how superior japanese men are and leave their own men to come fuck me".
Even among shitty LN adaptations, that first episode was among the worst I've seen.
This protag has literally nothing going on for him. Its been quite some time since I've seen such a flat protag sheesh. And they didn't even show the first shitty battle in the episode what the fuck.
Like show more of the training or give the MC some depth by properly introducing his past or something.
what did he mean by this?
Oh shit. Where did his roomate get thoose panties?
I'm not sure anon, honestly his roommate seems kinda weird, I just can't put my finger on it though.
thank you, i almost watch this shit because of >>139634254
I gave the first episode a whirl because if I don't try a few things I'll be watching like three shows this season.
>He's ok. Whole lot better than Ichika.
How? At least Ichika has some semblance of personality. The MC of this is off to a worse start already, which is shocking that such a thing is even possible. Ichika is dense as fuck but at least he figured out the reverse trap situation when he saw france in the nude. This faggot sees reverse trap in a towel putting panties on and can't even begin to put 2&2 together.
I didn't want to know such a bland MC could even be accomplished.
So in vol 1 she came out of the closet and the whole school know about it?
What? IMS did a shit job animating DAL S2 and even the movie that should had movie budget. Their deigns were also atrocious, an insult Tsunako's designs. Now AIC+ did a good job animating DAL, with better designs that were quite close to Tsunako's.
I know DAL II was shit. DAL movie was okay, a few scenes were bad but the rest was decently animated. What I'm talking about is the battle scenes, the fluidity is impressive for a novice studio with lower budget. That's what I'm talking about.
Does anybody have that generic battle harem synopsis but with 4chan copypasta?
Where people fought with memes and the heroine was a tripfag or something.
Can we agree that he was created to Otaku, Hikikomori, Loser, NEET and waifufag as ''bastek66'' the retarded polish that shitposter and who haunts all threads from /a/, reddit, MAL and Animesuki, bastek66 has Obsessive–compulsive disorder and think ''anyone who doesn't like my waifu, has contrary opinions to my or disagree with me is a shitposter always using slurs racial, discriminatory,prejudiced, homophobic and xenophobic'', pushing your shit tastes. Just to end with retarded waifufags defending the shows just because of the waifu and pushing your headcanons based on fanfiction, delusions, and fanwank to defend your beloved shitty waifu, and yes, there are people here right now who think Anime is not shit just because his waifu is from the anime. They will get to repeating the same shit ever.
male yurifag and faggots loves self-insert into female characters
>>with cute girls doing cute things you don't need to suffer the fucking beta cucked selfinsert MC.
How and why do you people continue to subject yourselves to these shows?
>being this much of a useless pieces of meat
You mean this?
In the year 2122, humanity has entered a new age of peace.
National disputes of the old, once solved through violence, are now determined through battles between "SPers" (pronounced espers), utilizing full-dive virtual reality technology to enter the global network system known as the "Fourth Concept Hardware Actualized Network" to fight in virtual representative matches with weapons created from their words, "Materialized Electronic Message Entities".
MC, a student at the SPer Candidacy Academy, is known as "For Another Generation" due being unable to use anything but the most outdated Materialized Electronic Message Entities. However, his life is irrevocably changed one day when the heroine, one of the school's elite "Named Ones", challenges him to a match with her pride on the line.
yfw Charlotte was supposed to be voiced by Matsuki Miyu.
You do know WHY series like Hundred and Chivalry and Asterisk are all adapted regularly, right?
Around the 90s, Japan got hit by a huge recession. While their economy obviously suffered for it, the biggest problem was their culture was dwindling. Japanese people, as it turns out, were buying less and less of their own products. Even TV shows, which air for free, were being watched less often.
Because of this, there were two kinds of people Japan's culture started pandering to - otaku and yankii, whose entire existences center around buying Japanese products. While there are enough people here that like otaku-centered products that they're more well known than whatever products are made for yankii.
So long story short, Japan's economy is such a wreck that they have to cater to the lowest common denominator. Which isn't that rare of an occurrence, seeing as we have similar problems here, but you'd be deluded to think this trend will stop anytime soon.
As for WHY, that's a simple question: wish fulfillment. With the Japanese economy being as shit as it is, there is less of a push for traditional Japanese values, such as starting a family. Otaku, who gave up finding women in the three-dimensional plane, are fine with the wish fulfillment they're given. They don't even care about the way they're given it - you could repackage the same battle harem or reincarnation series a thousand times and they'd still buy ten copies. And let's not delude ourselves by saying we'd be above this crap. You've liked some sort of wish fulfillment series in one way or another.
Oh, I'm not watching it. I just love to see the shitshow. People always have these threads saying how much they hate LN anime, but I assure you that by the end of the season half of the people here will still be watching it.
>Why do so many battle harems feature a japanese guy and a european main girl (or at least 2/3 in the harem)?
Japan wasn't exposed post WW2 to the kind of brainwashing Europe got so even their lowest otakus aren't cucks like western manginas.
>Do they not like their own women or something?
There's usually a Yamato Nadeshiko, Samurai Girl or similar. It's a fantasy, no need to limit oneself.
Im going to write an LN about a guy who writes LNs.
He comes up with these genius plots but every time he sends them to his publisher they get shot down. One day, after his latest LN being shot down, he gets mad and writes the most generic drivel ever and sends it in. It becomes an overnight success. The author continues to write the series and makes it more and more hammy and retarded in an attempt to show people how stupid it is, but instead the sales just get better.
In the end he stops writing and his publisher starts hounding him for new books. He goes into hiding as he starts getting chased by not only an agent of his publisher, but other publisher's agents as well.
They all have generic anime archetype personalities.
OVA Subs when?
When will we get another set of harem shows like pic related?
There should be a harem hate general so that you people could go complain there instead of shitting up every thread
Or the mods could do their job, but they probably also shitpost in these threads
Of course the mods are also shitposting in these threads. They actively delete LN threads without mercy and protect sadpanda threads, generals, videogame threads, figure threads, language learning threads, real-life politics threads, and VA/Idol worship threads.
>Of course the mods are also shitposting in these threads. They actively delete LN threads without mercy and protect sadpanda threads, generals, videogame threads, figure threads, language learning threads, real-life politics threads, and VA/Idol worship threads.
>The girls were clearly late because of his fault
>not rejecting their punishment right away instead of being a pussy faggot
This is a good question, actually. I think it comes down to the fact that there's a somewhat embarrassing layer of wish fulfillment that comes with shows like this one, and other shows that resemble it. Or at least it's embarrassing and intolerable to some people. And it's something that I don't think exists in SOL shows. The latter also don't rely so heavily on having a distinguishable plot anyhow, aside from the vague "a group of friends go to school together", so it's a little difficult to notice how similar they are.
Roommate is an hotblooded, picking fights with that bitch queen that wanted to expel those two cuties for being late, I bet those pantsu were left by one of those girls when they both came to "thank him" while MC was away.
Dude's clearly a chick magnet.
I bet if someone picked one of these shows, changed all the hair colors and the names of characters and devices and broadcast it again, no one would notice that is not actually a new show.
You could post this in a ex thread and no-one would even know the difference.
>"I pity the poor bastards who push themselves through this cancer every season..."
>mfw I realize I've watched like half of those
If you haven't seen at least 90% of these you don't belong on /a/.
>Emile and Reitia are voiced by these two
Probably my only reason for watching right now.
So with how the threads going on, Hundred will have almost no viewers in the next 3 weeks?
While the shows at their core are the same, and the premises almost identical to the point the first episode is the same with a different coat of paint, they usually start breaking off from the path as time goes on.
>Infinite Stratos, the template, remains in a high school status quo limbo.
>Asterisk has the MC find what he was looking for while also having the school life be in the background while character motivations unfurl.
>Antimagic as gone full Metal Gear Rising with its cuhrayzee shit
There's a lot of the sameness, but they must change around something or bring better hooks to the table if they want to stay relevant and stick out from the rest, it's like watching evolution in progress; always the same core yet it tries something new every time to stay relevant or die; new girls, other main heroines, dragon girls, sword girls, incestual undertones, different setting, different timeline, magic or no magic, different weapon/powers, switching around character archetypes, adding a new layer of action and "plot" by creating "Savages" or "Abysses", ect.
Obviously it goes in circles but it's interesting to note, like watching the first creature that developed lungs struggle on land because it hasn't developed legs yet.
Harems and LNs are still the fast food of the industry, making up what they lack in quality with quantity, I have no delusions that what I subject myself to isn't mediocre at best, but I'll still watch some for this reason and for the fap bait also, arguing with you guys about seasonal harem is
I think Antimagic showcases the publisher dilemna very clearly. The author states that he originally had no high school and the MC was never meant to be Kusanagi. No doubt after sending it to the publishers they turned around and said "add a high school, make it harem and then we'll talk". And the fact he completely ditches the high school setting after the 5th book probably shows how much he didn't want it and was only allowed to get rid of it after he was given more freedom.
>Talks about possibility of getting a bacterial infection.
>After sticking the finger in his mouth and licking it like a faggot.
This is moronic. A person's mouth is one of the most bacterial heavy places on the body, licking your own wound is one thing, but having a stranger slobber all over it like that defeats the purpose.
Not to mention the chances of passing on actual diseases like hepatitis
Oh I don't disagree, honestly there's a good chance that what we got is probably better than his original idea, it's just a good case study for what probably goes on between the LN authors and publishers.
Does this and >>139636779 make you feel warm inside? I'm pretty much just going to keep watching for her if she keeps up this maximum cute.
>You've liked some sort of wish fulfillment series in one way or another.
Yeah, but I doubt many people live their lives just to consume more of their wish fulfillment or escapism facilitator. Japan seems to be uniquely mental in that department.
its japan. Where the common cold can kill you and sucking on someone's finger is the best treatment of a wound.
>a lot of them were terrible
To be fair I don't think most of those were terrible its just that they are so...devoid of their own soul or personality. Highschhol, summoned weapons, technomagic style...all are the same, is not that the formula doesn't work but lot of those shows would improbe a lot if they just tried to make it more personal, which leads us to...
That I think confusing the shows with the source material.
I mean, what he says is true but is true for the novels, not for the anime. Doesn't matter how much it evolves or improves the LN and becomes its own thing if everything we manage to see in the anime is the generic part.
Even though the numbers are huge it's still a minority and despite what anime might make one think there's a stigma attached to it, reading a long running shounen or playing mobage on the commute to work is one thing, harem shows and merch are another.
The west has this same thing happening, only replace anime with video games; people that work and spend their free money on nothing but games, pc parts, consoles and video game related merch.
What is escapism or wish fulfillment to some isn't for others, but spending your cash on things you enjoy is universal.
Flag had the issue of trying to cram way too much into far too little, no magical girls even, the manga's stalled and the LNs are never getting translated, so I guess RIP flag.
>I still haven't watch most of the anime that has aired due to lack of time. Is this shit worth wasting 24 minutes of my time?
no way in fucking hell. I suffered through the 20+ minutes of this show's openner groaning, bitching and bored by how uninspired and trite this filth was.
Seriously this is IS without the good character designs or somewhat ok combat. Worse the show isn't even pretending to not be an IS clone. it's pretty fucking terrible.
here senpai, next time you can actually post it instead of writing to get the maximum effect.
Yall niggas need to know that the battle harem is a tried and tested forumula for sales, studios are a business and they will go for the least risky that provides the best returns, so unless consumer tasta changes we are stuck with battle harems.
What? how do you reason that?
Harems and ecchi shit isn't the kind of stuff you advertise yourself watching and since normalfags have the lowest powerlevel, what comes after battle shounen is seinen, which has the same qualities of shounen but it's edgier and more "mature" because it has blood, death and 2deep4u "thought provoking" stuff in it.
Studios have their own internal numbers, but the fact that battle harems have lasted so long shows reasonable profits, sometimes if a studio is in the red making a shitt battle harem is better than doing nothing because it will lower the operating loss.
Hey guys, I saw this pic yesterday, but can anybody help me? Who is this semen demon? What volume is this from? Will she be animated? She looks gorgeous.
Thanks to anyone who knows!
She literally does not give a fuck. She wants to be like that and nothing will stop her.
My friend is as normal as it fucking gets. His main reason for not watching anime is because: " Japanese voices sound the same to me ". If he decides to watch an anime, he always looks for the dub version, if it isn't dubbed, he waits or cancel on watching it.
His favorite, or least hated genre for that matter, is Harem.
Yes and he somehow represents most of the normalfags on the web who like the same shit? Sorry but harem is not normalfag enough even if your singular friend likes it.
Fuck this shit, The Publishers and the Editors should be blame for killing LN creative ideas. They instead keep milking battle harem cliche then feed it to the Otakus.
Someone must broke this vicious cycle of horrible anime industry and burn them to ashes so we can start anew.
>Just because normalfags can't talk about watching it
That alone makes it better than Shounenshit/Seinen who devolves into a cancerous normalfag circlejerk. That alone makes it not normalfag friendly which is the damn point.
I need an expert's opinion on who animated the cuts after this. It's the first time I've gotten this feeling and not seen Yoshinari in the credits.
Is it weird that I'm totally okay with this? I love battleharems, even generic ones.
Wish we'd get more DxDs and Seiken Tsukais though, instead of Asterisks. Fun stupid shit is where battle harems truly shine.
The MC beats a white, blonde girl with a hundered folded nippon steel katana and she becomes submisive, the kids are the slayers and the monsters are the savages...
Anyone getting a nippion stronk vibe?
>Why even bother?
According to Digi, he wanted to show that there is a difference between a 1/10 and a 3/10 show and that the difference is actually big enough to warrant being a bit more selective in rating how bad something really is rather than just rating everything you don't like as shit/10.
Had a very odd sense of deja vu watching it till I realized I came up with a setting very similarly set up to this years ago. Special island ship run by an AI, MC moving to said island with his imouto who wants his dick, white haired heroine who should be dead, etc. Wasn't a battle harem though and its plot was sci-fi spy thrillerish centered around MC's timeslipped imouto closed timeloop and supertech hoarded on the island but kinda funny to see so many superficial similarities here.
Reminds of the Otterman dude's situation from Bakuman. Go for it anon, sounds fun.
That's the reason why people keep watching these, I guess.
I can't deny I'm not one of them, but I can say that when even the harem is shit, this kinda of show turns unbearable.
Can't possible be worse than Rakudai's pic related.
>thron loli wants to be embraced.
>She also on the cover.
>Winning WWII with stronk Japanese katana
Jesus Christ, that's not history or the real fucking world works
>Cute Thorn loli wants you to hug her tight.
>You know if you do you'll get pricked nonstop by those thorns.
>It will hurt and be unpleasant.
>But cute loli.
If you had, one shot, or one opportunity, to seize everything you ever wanted. In one moment. Would you capture it, or just let it slip?
Can you tell me where the Japanese culture in a show about a school filled with gaijin white girls or about a lone samurai winning the fucking world war for Japan? Because I sure as hell missed it
There's a point where you can't just hold on to your suspension of disbelief, anon. A line that divides the food for thought what if's and the outright silly.
American circlejerks are just as bad, with their "AMERICA NUMBER ONE" and "Muh freedom" while steam rolling everything with the power of money. If it was about Japanese teaming up with Germany and the rest of the axis to win the war with that nip leading the japanese forefront and being one of the MVP of the war then it would make more sense, but that right there is just too much.
>The younger you are the less likely you are to have ebook accounts.
Maybe in your third world shithole.
It's much rare for a kid to buy books in japan that to read that shit on his phone.
The muh japanese katana folded 1000 times I guess.
Also, the only foreigner in Rakudai is Stella as far as I remember. Imouto, the black haired girl and the thunder tits megane were all japanese, even if their haircolor doesn't suggest they are.