Fugace can always deliver a situation filled with honest feelings, despite that the character designs are a bit awkward you can tell they care for each other. I really dislike when an author only does a sex scene 'for reasons' or obviously targeted at male audiences, so I appreciate this kind of readings that make your heart feel fluffy and warm.
Is this the best chapter so far? can I say it is? am I allowed? Because I just think this was on a whole complete level above all the other chapters. Kanna you're such an earnestly dragon! I know you'll make Saikawa-san very happy!!
I'm already dreaming for the wedding at some point of this manga.
I think is already safe to think of this author as one of the best at doing not lewd NicoMaki. Every book that's on the reader it's full with precious and heartwarming feelings that doesn't feel out of place nor rushed, it's perfectly paced.
I really wish more of their work could be translated as well.
I can't help but to think this manga has somehow lost its original track or something. Every character that appears end up falling for Himawari-san, the whole atmosphere of the bookstore seems to be faded out, the books had lost their protagonism, up to this point it seems that Matsuri's crush is just used as a comedy purpose even. And now the author puts a random boy (who has a crush on Himawari-san, what a surprise), and Matsuri who should react the more against this situation only thinks on get the boy back to the bookstore to have an "answer"?.
Seriously I had been losing a lot of interest on every new chapter this have to offer.
I don't know, maybe I was expecting that Matsuri's feelings were taken to some sort of real development with Himawari-san, but in almost 30 chapters it's has only been used every time as just a gag and I kind of get pissed because of that. Matsuri's smile should be something that has to be protected, not just used for reasons.
Wow, just wow, I'm still a bit speechless of how amazingly well done and executed this was. The whole situation, how the characters interact, all of it felt real. Man, it's just hard to not think of this as one of the very best YuruYuri doujin I had read so far.
On side note, it's scary how these fan made works can change your whole perspective of, in this case, the pairings in a show. When I started watching YRYR I didn't give too much thought or even a chance that Akari could have a love interest, but since some time I see her paired with Chinatsu almost like a canon couple.
Well this guy can somehow manage to speak out a someway coherent way to describe what Yuri makes me feel. Hardcore fan even.
Other than that I really hope that he just stands only as a viewer of the situations, after all as himself said, males can't interfere in the Yuri developments!
Is this what they mean when they said they'd like to change some in YuriHime? Because if this is it I don't like it on the slightest.
Ecchi boring and generic harem with all the obvious cliches included, but the lead is a oblivious girl, really?. Even if it's yuri I cannot bring myself to like this kind of stories when it's so poorly executed.
I usually don't really look forward to read much of HimaSaku, though I gotta say this one was quite nice to read, it feel like the author did a good job while putting the characters as grown ups.
Didn't like at all Akari~n's hairstyle and also that she was Chinatsu's manager? It's a bit hard to see that working out.
Is this really serialized on Yuri Hime? I'm still on some kind of shock after forcing myself to read through, even sort of sick. I was expecting something on the line of Love/Death, but not.. this. I really don't know if I want to keep reading more at all.
Ever since the Prepure shoot in that football match chapter my interest on this has been gradually decreasing, maybe it's because of the constant man on man love references and the sort. I'm too fed up because of this.