Okite Kudasai, Kusakabe-san

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Vol. 2 Ch. 11
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I’m ... kinda not surprised. It was good but it was booooring — rather, I think it would have worked better at 8 - 12 pages, per.
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Noonono onon
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A comfy end to a comfy series, it was nice while it lasted. I like how her bed head was making her more self conscious than just the nudity by itself.
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awh i was enjoying the ending of each chapter...
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Thanks.
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Too bad axe-kun happens, I'm pretty enjoyed this manga
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God damnit, did this get shitcanned? It was such a relaxing read.
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@jak and they'd be wrong! It's the pop of manga. Damn ruminant, hillside grazers. They need more culture ;)

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Not gonna lie, I do enjoy the series, but can see why it got cancelled. 2 volumes in and literally no progress was made (yes, they are already in a relationship, but apparently they never even kiss or make out? They didn't really acted like two adults in a relationship).
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I'm upset at the cancellation but at least this ending was good. It was just the right amount of fluff and progress.
I can see why it got cancelled. There REALLY wasn't anything happening, like, at all. But still....
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Sucks that it got cancelled, but there wasn't really much else you could expand upon the concept without dragging things out. At least this chapter did a pretty good job at closing things up.

Hoping there's an omake that shows what happens later, though.
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I'm kinda sad that this manga is ending (it's one of the few manga that I'm subscribed to that sets my heart aflutter when I see a new chapter), but I'm glad it didn't end as badly as it could have.
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>cancelling a solid fluffy romantic story
That's it. Japan has a very bad taste in manga.
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It's a solid ending considering the circumstances. It's a scenario where their relationship was already solidified anyway, and the only way for there to be progress was for him to actually win a round. Even by slice of life standards this formula was kinda stalled and there was only so much Aki Eda can do to keep the template going like that. If you look at this series as a whole, there's no development happening- each individual chapter is cute and comfy, but it's not going anywhere month after month. Comic Flapper isn't a stranger to slices of life, Tonari no Seki-kun runs in this same magazine, as does KumaMiko- but I can see how this series could have worn out its welcome. All things considered, let's not pretend something like this isn't how the series would end even if it was a longer serial.

So now we see what Aki Eda will do next, she tends to indulge in whatever she feels like on a whim- Wizard Soul was entirely because she got back into playing Magic the Gathering, but also had a manuscript due.
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Wait, that was the end? Did the series get axed?
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Dammit, I'm disappointed it ended so abruptly while their relationship was still fairly up in the air.

However I'm honestly not surprised. The series was comfy, but taking it way too slow and easy for a coveted serialization slot, even by a fairly veteran mangaka with several series under their belt like Aki Eda.
Not enough progress was made, even if I enjoyed chapters individually. It really did look like an endless cycle of "heroine is sleepy, she goes to bed, hero comes in with trinkets and toys, they have a cute time, she stays in bed."

Bonnouji had that perfect formula of comfy emotional junk food and actual development that I wish this series could have had. Oh well. I wish Aki Eda the best of luck with whatever series they're headed to next (hopefully soon).
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they better get laid on an omake or something, the dude earned it xD
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NO! I refuse to believe this is the end. Please let there be a sequel or something.
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Damn. It's always so sudden.
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@MacMeaties

It's almost like more people like those.
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