Did anyone else felt empty about it's ending, left wanting more?
Did anyone else wanted to punch Yutaka?
Did anyone else thought that it was probably axed?
Fuck this manga, fuck this MC, fuck this author and fuck you /a/.
I found this in one of those threads labeled "stupidly adorable love shit".
And then the MC goes full retard and then the series gets axed.
I wish it had never been shown to me.
>Itoshi no Karin gets axed
>Sakurasaku Syndrome gets axed
>High Score Girl is stuck in limbo
>Iris Zero still on hiatus
>Shindere Shoujo still on hiatus
>Koe no Katachi went to shit
>Yamada and the Seven Witches went to shit
>Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata is shaping to have a shit end as well
Why? Why is it that everything I like gets fucked one way or another? I might be jinxed.
I also like Horimiya so get ready for that one too.
Same here I read this because of /a/ and am disappointed.
Today I read Me and the devil blues because of someone's suggestion only to find out it was written by the author of prision school and was abandoned by him, I feel enraged.
Exactly. They got together and the story ended, that's all. It could have lasted for another volume but it's much better than dragging the story forever without any progression.
It was certainly cancelled, but the manga was never very good in the first place and it was really chugging along after Karin's confession. I'm actually happy it got cancelled, since we didn't have to wait around forever for the story to get resolved when the ending was quite obvious. It also meant that Yutaka's retardation didn't last as long as it could have.
This mangaka can draw very cute girls but I never really felt this manga was very good. Hoping there's a more consistent plot in their next work.
Speaking as one romance bro to another, >>118944441, >>118942942, >>118942796, and >>118942989 have it right.
Itoshi no Karin had potential because of the art and adorable lead female, but the author failed at everything else. Even before the rage scenes, the MC was always a beta loser that it made no sense for any girl to like, let alone someone as perfect as Karin. Is it really too much to ask that romance authors write
+male characters that are at least decently attractive
+male characters that are at least decently successful
+male characters that have at least a little bit of confidence and assertiveness
+avoidance of endless will they/won't they
+a happy ending
All any of us want to see is a respectable MC get together with the best girl, preferably before the end, and get to see their relationship progress in lovey-dovey ways. But Japan can't ever even give us that, the bare minimum. Instead we get
-awkward otaku MCs who are borderline NEETs
-characters unnaturally kept apart in the most contrived ways
-ambiguous and unsatisfying endings that leave out any real physical displays of affection
This isn't the first, third, or hundredth series like this. Even this last year, we had Sankarea and Mysterious Girlfriend X disappoint us. Say what you want about SAO, but the characters are basically husband and wife. That's something we never get to see in cute romance manga.
This picture needs an update so bad. I think this is an older version though.
I honestly consider it the only deal breaker for me. If everything else were the same, but the characters had gotten together and kissed, I would have been satisfied. Romance aside, the ending was a bit of a letdown, but there's nothing specifically that I can say is just plain wrong.
Yes, she was, and that's not a good thing. /a/ likes to hate on Gary Stus, and that's fine, but can we all agree that male love interests should have at least something going for them?
>but there's nothing specifically that I can say is just plain wrong.
Aside from the fact they were suddenly BFF despite hating the guts each other the week before, the fact that Ishida overcame years of self isolation in a single day or the shit-ton of epilogue chapters unrelated to the main story and without previous built-up?
Yeah, that was annoying. But the series was never exactly trying to be super realistic. Remember when he caught her at the last second when she jumped? That kind of thing only happens in fiction. The author was obviously trying to be optimistic and idealistic about how human relationships can turn out.