Am I the only one who thinks he doesn't deserve her?
yes, but love works that way.
Of course not.
Sayaka is mine.
I will hug her and protect her.
All he wants is his stupid violin, he doesn't even want girls.
It's not that he doesn't deserve her. It's that he doesn't want her. It's different. He does not have to deserve something he didn't ask or rquire.
It's her fault for not being able to distinguish between giving and recieving love.
It's not like she wasn't warned, too.
It's her fault for becoming a witch. It's obly natural when you're a bitch
You're a bitch..
Yeah, right. Remember how she was happy for him even when he didn't want to become her boyfriend?
Cause I don't
That does sound kinda familiar actually
It's okay, she's got her mouth occupied with big red now
Sayaka never told Kyousuke her feelings, the green hair girl did, therefore, finders keepers.
Its sad but look at it this way it kept the show interesting at that point
Of course. The relationship wasn't even ripe yet
So any instance of her saying that she's happy for Kyousuke can simply be ignored because "durrsourgrapes"? That must be very convenient for you, you're not actually required to analyze any character motives or anything.
If Kyousuke wasn't dense as fuck he probably would have realized that Sayaka was into him, at least.
Apparently you missed the whole thing about her realizing that she wouldn't be able to be happy only by helping Kyosuke unless this also led him to love her
But you're just ignoring the entire scene in episode 12 in the theater. She does legitimately love his music, and she is legitimately happy that she at least allowed him to play for everyone again. And she bears no ill will towards Hitomi. She's still sad the way things worked out, but she's still happy that Kyousuke's happy.
Even the creators say he would be a terrible boy-friend who's a bit at fault there, so of course not.
He's noted to be the type who will cancel dates without saying much because he suddenly decided to start writing a song, it's noted he had no romantic feelings for Sayaka even if he was a bit thankful that she stopped by his room but not enough to go out of his way to really see her when he was out, and it's noted the reason he didn't tell her he was out was because it just never occurred to him.
It's not really that he's a bad guy per say, but he is a perfect storm of ignorance here that just had no hope of paying off for her. Sometimes these things just don't work out no matter what you do, I suppose.
Here's the interviews which mention such things as well
>Q - This is also something that has got divided interpretations. It seems that when Kamijou went back to school, he neglected Sayka. What happened there?
>A - To make it really clear, Kamijou-kun did not see Sayaka as a potential love object. He saw her as just a close friend. Of course he was thankful to her when she came before everybody else to congratulate him. But he did not hold any kind of thought like seeing her as a potential love object or carrying any romantic love feeling. And the fact that he did not notify her about his discharge from hospital was just because he was in such a hurry. And he did not say anything to her at school was also because he was so occupied as there were so many girls who greeted him before then. Something like..... it would be great if I could call out at Sayaka, but I just was not able to...like that. Alternative translation from /a/ -I believe the explanation behind this one is already generally understood, but when Kamijo returned to school it looked as if he'd started ignoring her. Why was that? To put it bluntly, Kamijo simply didn't recognize Sayaka as a member of the opposite sex. Just a close friend. Of course he's grateful to her for celebrating his recovery before everyone else, but it didn't make him fall in love with her, or allowed him to see her as a woman or anything. When he was discharged from the hospital too, he didn't let her know only because things were happening to quickly, and when her returned to school, he had his hands full with other girls welcoming him back so he never greeted her. It would have been nice if Sayaka had made an effort to reach out to him then, but she was already at the point where she couldn't do that... and that's how it is.
Gen Urobuchi's comment on Kyousuke in Guidebook:
>I just do not feel that even if she hooked up with Kyosuke that girl would really be happy ever after. Most likely Kyosuke is a guy who will stand her up in dates and go to practice the violin.
>Kyosuke, a man who could not notice that "Hm? this girl seems to have some feeling for me..." even after so much self-sacrifice from her is simply no good.
Which was pretty obviously shown in the third movie. He's a music otaku that will always prioritize music over some broad.
So Rebellion makes it clear that Kyousuke is a shit guy no matter who he's with right? Poor Hitomi was stressing out because he didn't seem to give a shit about her even when they were going out.
I mean, he's not intentionally a dick or anything, he's just really oblivious and not really suited to date anyone other than his violin.
I've seen being a dense retard, but never being a dense retard that prefers violins over two hot girls.
Holy shit, Violinfag. Holy shit.
No one deserves Sayaka, she is too wonderful for this world.
And then she goes on to say he doesn't deserve Hitomi.
She says Hitomi's "almost too good for him, so she'll make him happy, won't she?" What sort of point are you trying to make?
What about Kyouko?
If she promises to be a good girl this time and not feed anyone to anything or break any ATMs, they can be justice friends.
Exactly that: that Hitomi's too good for him, and deserves better.
She was once an ally of justice too, you know.
She was just pretending because she wanted to eat Mami's drills.
I don't think that's how that worked.
Damn, if it was for those drills, I'd be a superhero too.
Kyouko at one point was also gay for justice, and now she's back to being a good girl these days.
That was exactly how it worked, the first thing Kyouko asks to Mami is if she believes in love at first sight, she wants the drills.