She was never even that evil, she's just here for the yuri.
TBF the Generals in general (...sorry) come across as far more amoral than actively malign - they don't particularly care one way or another about humans getting hurt, but unlike their boss clearly aren't terribly invested in the whole invasion business either and prefer to just pursue their geekyquirky personal interests if left to their own devices.
...kind of makes you wonder what the Antinoids' whole backstory is but this isn't a genre noted for fleshing out that kinda stuff is it?
Kyouka used to be more evil before she got tainted by otaku culture and Melt Out designs drugs and weapons for a living, but yeah, you're right. Cool Down's hobby of stalking yuri couples is basically just as selfish as the other generals' goals. Can't really say I blame her, though.
Tokusatsu villains can have pretty detailed backstories and motivations, at least the important ones that aren't monsters of the week. And in a few series, like Liveman, the bad guys arguably have more character development and story than the heroes. It depends on the series, really.
We came so far my fellow's yuri lovers!! I tried to feel bad for X-san and her unrequited for Honey-san but... idgf lol. Now that Hayate finally realized she is in love with honey-san and now they are having that romantic vibe/aura if they don't kiss I think I'll go on a rampage lmao
I want X to get herself a nice human girlfriend. Maybe she'd get badly hurt in a battle and get treated by a cute girl. She (X) would slowly start to hate humans (or at least her girlfriend) less. Then she'd stop fighting Hayate and Honey and instead go on double dates with her girlfriend and Hayate and Honey. I know it sounds cliched as heck, but I'd still like to see it happen.
Well right now we have an interesting love triangle involving Honey in it: Honey/Hayate and Honey/X. Hayate really needs to have X fall for her too. Then we can have a mutual love triangle involving Hayate, X, and Honey. It also means that X won't be lonely and not have a girlfriend.
I require an anime adaptation. Or, if they wanna stay true to the manga's roots, give us a proper live action adaption. I'd be happy either way, though anime would have a higher likelihood of actually happening
Ok, I just binged through the whole thing in a sitting and I'm in awe at how good it is. Beautiful artwork, gay as fuck adult ladies (I was legit surprised to find that Hayate is 21 years old though) and a perfect balance of silliness, action, and romance. It reminds me of a sillier and less sexual Gamma. All characters are amazing and surprisingly well written although yeah, that previous chapter felt a lot like an ending and it certainly it feels like is entering the final stretch, I hope I'm wrong. But I will definitely be picking up the volumes once they're out in English.
This is quite generic to be honest, but that's okay, it's not aspiring to be more than a fun yurified superhero manga. It is indeed very similar to Gamma. I personally would prefer having more of the angst and drama, but it's cute as it is. I'll see it through to the end.