Heh? So I actual have some sort of Heterochromia? My main color is a mix of blue and green, but I also have a, although faint, circle of gold/orange in it...
Congratulations, you have a pretty genetic mutation
( ´ ▽ ` )ノ♪
Heterochromia can also be acquired though, through injury, inflammation or tumours or something, which is significantly less cool.
Mc's heterochromia/character design likely just comes from the fact that it's common in cats lol
I noticed that chapter the cover's the final episode of the anime come's before the chapter that cover's the dodgeball episode, I'm a bit confused on that. Could someone clear things up?
Elma wasn't even introduced before volume 3 lmao
The end of volume 2 serves as a good climax/ending point for the anime, tho it happens pretty fast in the manga, so it makes sense that they pushed that back and built other things up more, introducing Elma and giving the side characters way more screen time (compared to the manga), thus rearranging the chronology of some the manga's events, and adding original content as well. It doesn't really matter tbh, it's pretty SoL stuff
So, it's just as porny as VD but without actual yuri...
Depends what you mean by "actual yuri", first episode already has one character announcing her love and loyalty to another complete with nipple sucking and a reach around. That's "actual yuri" in my book.
Levi, Mina and Asmo seem very much appreciative of the female body
It's totally fanservice, but you can't deny the homoerotic nature of the fanservice
Moar please! This is so cute. Please make it up to 100 chapters! haha.
Fun Fact: Heterochromia iridis is a medical condition for different color on each eye.
Fun fact, that's complete heterochromia.
Heterochromia isn't just limited to different coloured irises on each eye. It can be also be when a part of the iris is a different colour from the rest (sectoral)
or when the central zone around the pupil is a different colour from the surrounding shade (central), forming a complete ring. The true iris colour is the outer colour.
Wasn't it the co-worker who confessed to Sato and who mysteriously disappeared/"quit" afterwards? Sato reaaally regretted to have told her she liked her, even if it was a lie, felt like she betrayed Shio.
Shouko didn't fail a test. The past two chapters were Sato's deliberate scheme to drive her away, just like all the other threats to her castle. Sato is very good at customizing her plots for each victim:
Sane friend (Shouko): Show her something unbelievably fucked up. Then, when she shows the slightest hesitation at getting involved (you know, the sane reaction), heap guilt upon her to make sure she never tries again.
+ shame, terrible shame in not being able to live up to her own expectations of her friendship ideals and support Sato
I was thinking about the guilt, but guilt could also prompt her to act and make up for it, but along with heavy shame, she might just hang her head so low she doesn't dare look back up.
Sato is very quick-witted, it's still very cool to see time after time
Idr the details, but for the names, but Yamada's was mentioned at least here
And Kase's name was revealed here, and brought up again a few pages later within the same chapter, when her class congratulated her for her track performance
What are they? =O I'm not familiar with that author…
In Murciélago, there's a girl named Hinako who's sometimes drawn like a smoll cuddly chibi (the 'creatures' behind Ayaka, basically). The link Gudetamago provides is a good example of the 'gag', though used to a certain extreme (unrelated to Murciélago's plot)
The anime's website also revealed the show's story on Friday. In the story, the prideful archangel Lucifer disobeys God and is cast into the lowest level of hell as a fallen angel. On her way to hell, Lucifer happens to meet a high school girl on Earth named Maria, who helps her. In hell, Lucifer meets Leviathan, and Leviathan explains to Lucifer about The Seven Deadly Sins, the seven demon king rulers of hell. After The Seven Deadly Sins seal Lucifer's powers, Lucifer goes on a journey with Maria and Leviathan to defeat them.