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| 3 mo ago
What if the ferret who dropped the books was like "WHAT!? you want to marry me?......
I'VE WAITED FOR THIS SOOO LOOONG"
and then he got all dejected because he realize he lost to a rabbit.
What the fuck am I even writing.
By the way, the author of this manga is female? I guess that explains the mood in this manga. Don't get me wrong, it's pretty refreshing and I like it, but the males truly feels a bit weird while the females seem a bit more real. Kinda like how a male artist tends to make the females feel less real than the males.
It's quite an unique manga. Honestly, after so many chapters bulk read straight, I'm starting to feel a bit bored with this manga, yet it still manages to be quite interesting as it's truly not repetitive at all. If one part is boring, another might not be. But I will be happy when I catch up to the latest translated chapter, I want to read something else, something a bit more light and less dramatic and exaggerated.
Last edited 3 mo ago by Seregosa.
| 3 mo ago
Hen girl cameo!
| 4 mo ago
For some reason, this manga does a really good job of portraying people who are just kind of fumbling around but trying to understand each other, rather than being stereotypical harem protag levels of dense. I wonder if part of the reason it works is that it's a recurring thing between different sets of characters, not just centered around the MC or coming off as "we need a misunderstanding to drive the plot - quick!". Legosi's awkward, and he doesn't necessarily read people's meanings very well, but he's just so goddamn earnest it works. (And, as is fitting for a foil character, Louis is decent (although not perfect) at reading people, but he's acting most of the time, and it's difficult for him to be earnest with anyone.)
The ferret(?) in the background dropping his load of books after overhearing Legosi drop a bombshell just kills me every time.