I believe manga sales would spike if Nagata Kabi (author of “My Lesbian experience with loneliness”) contributed to the next chapter with herself in it as a background character. I think it would be hilarious if that happened. Adds a little bit of meta and realism to the manga. Just a little bit of crossover would be nice… even dialogue, between characters in passing, referring to Kabi would be great.
Chapter 81: Ahhh, yesss, the challenges of dating your boss. I don’t think this relationship will last. A power dynamic will ruin it… if I was the editor’s boss, I’d get her reassigned to supervise other artists. But this is a manga (meaning: suspend reality) and I’m thinking in my mind: “Awww, poor wittle girl got her feewings hurt.”
The mangaka has my attention, again. So it’s a one-shot, a very well done one-shot. Can she come up with something else? It’d be cool to let readers choose the one-shots that get turned into a series… that’s a lot to ask for, so I’m content and pleased mangaka is still at her trade/talent.
I think “Dick Move” applies here. I’d bet mangaka is going to push the envelope in the next chapters.
Yup, I was right. So, I’m out.
To be honest, mangaka had to do something controversial at the end of volume 1 or else no one would bother to read the subsequent volumes. I think the reader response in this thread is a case of posting a manga to the wrong audience… which is why I’m out.
Chapter 4: the Mermaid bit is an interesting choice to portray sensei as a mythical and exotic critter in the eyes of the student. An inventive way to show reader how he sees her. I look forward to more gimmicks author will use in this manga.
It’s a significant step in their relationship to visit a shrine together. Not as big as meeting the parents as a couple, by a long shot, yet going together to the shrine indicates they share the same hopes and goals to achieve together. The glancing at each other during prayer on the last page was a nice ending to the chapter.
I’m impressed! The Yateveo… the artist is digging deep for fantasy critters this far into the manga. When will the mangaka run out of source material for more chapters?
I wonder if there can be a story arc about MC dealing with a monster that’s invasive, trying to slowly take over the school with copies of itself just like “The Thing” critter? It’d be funny if MC encourages the spread only if there are more lewd copies around in the school. I’m sure this has been done before.
Toxic. The parents got what they deserved, too. How old were the lasses in this story?
Got what they deserved. For what, being clueless? I wouldn’t exactly call them parent of the year material, but it’s a bit harsh to just get cut out of their kid’s life for that alone.
Mafuyu and Ena’s parents have caused a lot of problems for them in the series— Mafuyu’s mom and Ena’s dad in particular. There’s a lot that goes on so it’s hard to explain briefly to those who haven’t read their in-game stories.
I didn’t realize they’re in-game characters. Anyways, I was referring to mafuyu’s mother: she should have kept better tabs on her daughter as ena is halfway there to derail mafuyu’s education. As for the dad, I don’t care as there wasn’t enough inferences as to how mean he is. Maybe allowing mafuyu (and readers) to overhear a telephone conversation between Ena and her dad would portray the father as abusive or insensitive (to Ena’s wishes to become a painter).
In Project Sekai, Ena and Mafuyu are in their second year of high school. Japanese high schools are 3 years, not 4 like in some other countries, so the author is implying Ena got held back a year while Mafuyu went on to go to college.