What other tropes do you guys think they'll deconstruct. The latest chapters have been deconstructing the "last" girl, and it's doing it amazingly since she's perfect for no reason.
>Tons of cliches (no this is not)
You're right. That's not how deconstruction works.
Deconstruction works by having the characters within the work notice that something's a derivative of the work. Basically when the characters notice romance manga tropes in a romance manga.
Examples of deconstructionism in the manga:
- The characters note that the sakura petals are always falling.
- The main heroine starts off disliking the protagonist but ends up liking him. It's deconstruction here, because she herself notices this aspect in her change.
- When the protagonist, and heroine's development starts slowing down, they introduce a new female character. This is deconstruction, because Tadano says, "What we're not even at Phase 2 yet" indicating that the introduction of the new female character was premature since there was still some development that could've been had with the the hero and heroine.
- There's a quiet ayanami rei type character (kuudere), a tsundere, and an oujousama character, for no reason.
- The protagonist isn't sexually aware. He doesn't accept or even remotely understand some of the girls advances, "Eh nandesuka." This is deconstruction, because this part of him actually changes as he grows awareness of the girls MID-show. The teacher notes this.
-There's a loli teacher, and the characters note this absurdity.
This is definitely a deconstruction manga.