Okay, so this has probably already been answered somewhere in the 678 messages which have already been posted, but let's pretend I don't want to read 678 messages right now to find it...
I note there is a substantial gap in chapters. We're missing chapter 9 through chapter 25.
Are those in the offing somewhere? Or are they lost forever? Inquiring minds wanna know.
The anime covers the manga up until volume 3, chapter 8. We skipped all those chapter and picked up from there onwards. If you've seen the anime and start reading from chapter 26 (aka volume 3, chapter 9) you won't have missed anything at all.
lol maybe it should be mentioned in the description, I wondered about this too some time ago
I remember how in chapter 13, Haruko didn't know the name of that girl who was avoiding Natsuko. Did she memorise all her classmates' name since then, in case she befriends them? Haha, that's kinda cute
I was re-reading and something doesn't make sense... in the first part she says "I will make you fall in love with me" and then 8 chapters later she thinks "please don't fall in love with me"... I DON'T GET IT, did the author forgot that she wrote the first part?
Idk when or where you reread, but Dynasty has updated the earlier chapters with the translations from 4s, because iHoshiku had made 2-3 translation mistakes
Here's the page/chapter you were quoting
The dub royally fucked up Dragon maid by implying Kobayashi was straight.
Her being sexually ambiguous works for both Yuri and Comedy purposes and you fucked it up.
What did she say?
T: But I’ll let you know this one.
T: I love you, Miss Kobayashi!
K: Are you planning to eat me?
T: I don’t mean that way! I mean sexually!
K: I’m a woman, though?
T: However I can certainly let you know one thing I like.
T: It’s you, I love you, Miss Kobayashi!
K: You’re gonna eat me?
T: No, not like that, like sexually!
K: I’m not into women or dragons.
y they do this
Kobayashi never expresses interest except that one chapter, nor does she really straight out denies it either, from what i remember
I totes used the tag to find a Madoka doujin I've read but forgotten about before
It was pretty useful, given that there are like 350 doujins, and most titles are pretty forgettable = =
But yeaah it's pretty much a warning
Sometimes I read stuff out of curiosity tbh, or interest in works I haven't gotten around to check out yet, but still feel drawn to the characters/ships. Not all doujins are spoilerish after all, but some are, so it helps when I'm curious, but do want to refrain from being spoiled
I agree, it's a useful warning. I think it'd be unfair to expect spoilers to no longer be spoilers to people, just because some time has passed. The tag is also a good indicator that you'd need to know of certain elements of the source material to perhaps understand the context the work is referring to.