i find funny how dynasty scans comments complain more about the plot that any other website XD
It's just the universe balancing itself out, looking at sites like WebToon etc. people seem to fall over themselves to praise every amateurishly drawn, badly executed, meandering gay plot as if it is the greatest work of art ever produced, so to maintain balance in all things, Dynasty has to shit on many average and sometimes even perfectly good manga.
When Sakura asked if the room was too cold, it dawned on me that Haruki wasn't heating the room. She wasn't planning for there to be an "After The Tenth Year."
I am so glad Kaede showed up.
I'm not sure, I interpreted it more as part of Haruki's general struggle to function as a human being after having lost Sakura, something we also see in her not eating properly. It feels more like a general loss of the will and ability to live than a real plan of proactively ending her own life.
I think it's important to note that Senpai drew Micchi and Aizawa holding hands as well as saying that its nice to see girls "all over each other" so that strongly indicates that something romantic was going on between them at the festival.
However I agree with what others have said that Aizawa's behaviour from the beginning of the manga does not indicate any particular romantic interest or even just special attention towards Micchi. I wonder if that means that Aizawa too has suffered some sort of amnesia?
Is this relationship health? Probably not. Should you act like either of this characters IRL? Definitely not. Is this story mega enjoyable regardless and am I cheering for Ayaka and Hiroko just by virtue of Ayaka's gigachad energy? Abso-fucking-lutely.
Dunno if the actual characters are the same at all, but the fact that one of the credited assistants is named as Sixi just makes me read every oblivious Sixi scene as a small instance of the author roasting their friend
A lot of the comments here really reflect my feelings on this manga, it started out as a silly gag manga that was sort of enjoyable even without expecting any serious progress, but by this point it is just painful to read. The constant state of emotional limbo makes Hishikawa look increasingly pathetic to the point that it just feels mean to laugh at her antics. On the flipside, Komaki just feels cold and honestly cruel.
I think the comedic dynamic has just been overplayed by this point and there would need to be some sort of shake-up in their relationship. Even if they don't get together (which judging by everything they never will), there needs to be a new joke besides Hishikawa makes an advance and is shut down. This is particularly aggravated by some of her advances being not at all ridiculous and over the top, which makes me wonder what the author is even thinking.
Now the question, is Makino gonna run away and live at Mashiros/sister's place or is she gonna try tanking the interviews
Well, at the very least she does have all the required skills to absolutely tank any marriage interview, reminds me of the time she told a dude she doesn't have a phone while staring right at it to ignore him
I wrote before about Yunduo, to say that she obviously has no romantic interest in Xiaoen and just sees her as a cute little cousin.
Well... I'm starting to have second thoughts.
Really? I'd say this chapter rather affirms that point of view. She obviously cares a lot for Xiaoen but it seems to be in a more familial sort of way, doesn't give much of a romantic vibe to me honestly.