It has been two months. How was the ending in retrospective and do you see more Yuusha series happening?
I still don't understand what happened with her legs
Of course there will be a second Season.
Yeah, Season two is imminent. The authors want and the numbers were good
Though it could take something up to two years
And it could be a movie like Arpeggio
Hopefully it can pull a Symphogear/Nanoha and get better sales in Season 2
I like how there are now 3 concurrent YuYuYu threads. One for baiting by a redditor, one for discussion about having sex with the Yuushas, and now this one.
Long live YuYuYu!
The ending did it's job of making everything DAIJOUBU. Though, it could have handled Yuuna's rushed healing better.
Still waiting for Itsuki's song. It's been months and I'm still filled with hype.
>More activities in the Hero Club! Will the kittens find an owner?
>The Hero System will get an upgrade! That means other kinds of fighting! Maybe they will fight against other Heroes! I hope not.
>More heroes! (Sonoko makes an appearance!?)
>Background on the Taisha and the whole Era of the Gods deal. That would be nice.
i didn't read Sonoko After so as far as I know them getting their bodies back is 100% asspull to me. I liked the ending but for them to just get their bodies back to the way they were belittles the consequences of becoming Yuusha. It was a good watch but not something amazing or ground breaking. (really don't like the 3d action).
If you didn't read Sonoko After, its the same as saying you didn't watch the whole show.
Also, there was no asspull, nor was there any way an attentive person could have claimed there was. The threat was defeated so the Yuusha were demobilized, their powers were taken away, and since they were no longer channeling Shinju's power, they healed and got their lost abilities back.
The threat was defeated because Yuki Yuna mankai'd on her own by sheer will. This is possible because the whole story was based on Shinto religion which allows humans to become gods by completing heroic tasks that seem impossible. Mankai on her own followed by either dispelling or absorbing the vertex core is the mark of Yuna at least starting on the path to becoming a god.
Also you apparently missed that the majority of the show was about what duties a person owes to the civilization that raised them, and in turn what that civilization owes back to its children who have expended their minds and bodies on its behalf. Made dramatic in this case by the heros being actual children.