>Yeah there's those tiger people who are just bananas, frog people who are maybe going to war against the man and those snake people who might just be planning to take over the world
>Here's the daily life of some monster girls. They're probably lesbians. Except for the one that's into her brother.
10/10, how do you feel about Centaur no Nayami? I really like it, anime when
Easily one of my favorite slice of life. It's so bizzare. So many things happening. One chapter is about their cooking class, other about evil Chinese guys, villagers fighting them and illuminati snakes.
I liked it more when it was about the girls, and less so now he's trying to cram an entire world's worth of stories and histories into it. That's fine in a novel, but not in a manga. Too many ideas, not enough venue.
Was it rape?
I completely disagree. It really gives this manga an unique feel. Every chapter is a surprise. And I really like all this world building.
Though he just shows there's stuff happening in some other part of the world, he never really insists on it for too long. There was no "Tigermen Arc" or something, we just know there's tiger people and the snakes are even weirder.
The way it travels from a flow of slice of life to showing how their world also has some fucked up shit is amusing to me.
All these stories are related to the girls. They aren't random.
Devil Girl > Goat girl > Centaur
Probably never. It's not that popular among plebs, but popular enough for 6 volumes. Anime are often just commercials for manga or light novels.
I prefer Nozomi x Hime.
Compare it to YKK's worldbuilding. It's completely hamfisted.
It's still sticking two essentially unrelated things together. He used to do worldbuilding just fine: remember the trip to the mermaid school? With the armed guard and electric fence? That was good.
Now he's just being either lazy or self-indulgent.
You could use that excuse to put literally anything in. You could turn it into fucking Naruto and then say 'and this is a manga they read.'
I'm, just glad he has his new manga out. I'm hoping he can burn off some of this excess creativity into a better outlet. Apart from anything else, I don't need his unsubtle aesops because I'm not 5.
YKK world building is pretty fucking poor. I don't know what you're talking about. Yes, it's less random, but at the same time we don't learn almost anything about this world.
They just watched a documentary about tigermen.
Yeah, Himeno and her friends should just get on their bikes and travel the whole world and sometimes stare into the sky and see themselves staring the world, forget the fact they're highschoolers and stuff, and in that trip they find tigermen and stop the antarticans plot to take over the world, that would be proper world building.
Because manga and anime are always subtle. Please... Even LOGH is crude and hamfisted.
>it didn't focus on the bits I like, therefore it was bad.
You're a moron.
Not sure what your point is. I didn't single that out since it was brief and I didn't have a problem with it.
You and your stupid strawman done, or do you need to get a room?
I'm done, it was just for the sake of it
It didn't really focus on anything. There wasn't much of this world building. I remember some chapters about Alpha model and then weird human-like looking plants and nothing was really explained.
I love YKK for slice of life, but I don't think world building was that great in this series.
>it's okay for this to be shit because something else is shit too
We're discussing CNN, not LotGH. Bringing that up is only relevant if you think I wouldn't have the same issue with it. Protip: I would.
And like I just said, at one point, it was subtle. People didn't pick up on the clues straight away. So yeah, I do hold it to higher standards because he's already proved he can live up to them.
Honestly, I remember one rather unsubtle chapter. That one about Napoleonic wars. Everything else was done pretty well, often exaggerated for satirical purposes, like that parody of magical girls anime.
There was an absolute ton of it, but none of it was fully defined. I think the difference between us is that I found that evocative and you found it uninformative.
Maybe that was a bad example.
You don't remember the diatribe on 'oh man, who'd be stupid enough to descriminate on the basis of something lie skin color'?
Why do we need tumblr-esque herpery like this when he's already managed to convey that there's some serious racial tension without going HAY GUISE DISCRIMINATION IS BAD MMKAY'? It's like somebody else took over the writing.
Oh right, this too. I don't know, it's not a big problem for me. Most manga is like that. Even good manga.
Monster girls threads are so fucking shitty nowadays.
It wasn't really that tone, it was more of "will people no matter what,engage in conflict?"
You're being too mad about something that isn't even there
I would like an original anime from this guy. Have you seen his new manga? It's a slice of life about mushroom lesbian women.
It's a diatribe, it's not subtle. It is there, and he's already proved he can do better.
Whether or not you mind is not the point. The quality has fallen.
>The quality has fallen.
In your opinion. And this chapter is pretty early in the series.