So wit this selling quite well, do you think we'll see a return of realistic romance in shounen manga?
yeah i know it's not ultra-realistic how fast she forgave him and her immediately falling in love, but you know what i mean
When the other well selling romance shounen are Nisekoi and Darkness. it's obvious something needs to change.
While authors can keep dangling the "maybe the romance will progress" carrot in front of the reader, he will continue paying to read it.
It's never gonna change.
I mean it kinda is. People who have been through some hard shit are usually the nicest people, and he went pretty balls deep to help her out
Funny how idiots think he is in love with her
What? Anyway it's is a little unrealistic she'd fall for him like that but Ishida had a very honest face. The guy who tormented her came back to apologize and do his best to give her back the the time he stole from her. It's kinda romantic. As long as them starting dating takes 1.5-2 more volumes I'll be happy.
He doesn't allow himself to conceive he could be. Devoted is a better word. However he's slowly becoming a less troubled person and everyone he knows minus Ueno is working on getting them together.
I don't know that I'd consider it realistic, considering how easily she forgave him, though have she really said that she has? Perhaps she was just humoring his attempts to make amends and now she's deciding she actually wants to try and be friends?
Do you have some problem with it being shounen?
When I think shounen I think less serious plot and targeted towards young males.
We need more baguettes.
>disabled people are so nice and forgiving
it's still a shounen manga, it's a demographic
Well you shouldn't, you should think about what kind of magazine it's published in.
Isn't the demographic young males? This is more...anyone who likes a mature storyline with a bit if romance. That's not really the young male crowd.
Some anon described her as Prince Myshkin. I think it is pretty accurate.
>Dostoyevsky wanted to create a character that was "entirely positive... with an absolutely beautiful nature," and a good way to make such a character plausible in 19th century St Petersburg society was to make him an "idiot". He lives his entire youth in Switzerland in an epileptic cloud; he never attends school and at age 26 he returns to Russia. Among St. Petersburg society, he appears to be an "idiot", but he possesses an emotional intelligence that surpasses all of the characters in the novel.
As said here >>100877171, it's shounen because it's published in a shounen magazine. That's it. What kind of manga someone perceives it to be or who you think it's aimed at has no bearing on whether it's shounen, seinen, josei, shoujo.
I'll never get tired of users in mangaupdates reviews going "there's no way this is shoujo, it's too mature!" or the like. K-On was a seinen manga.
Ueno still best Koe no Katachi.
Mai waifu, do not steal.
This manga is becoming one my favorites of all time
How do you feel knowing that you're reading shit translations for the latest chapters of your favourite manga?
That phrasing's been bugging me.
Also cropped out the bottom left border while I'm at it.
The autism is unreal.
What of it?
What the fuck is wrong with you people?
That cunt is the polar opposite of happiness.
I'll show her happiness.
She asked him to be her friend when they were little kids. Of course she wanted the D all this time.
I just want 10 volumes damnit
This scene broke my heart.
I hope the ponytail isn't permanent. I liked her with her hair down.