Infuriating endings? Infuriating endings.
Starting with Yasashii Sekai no Tsukurikata. Like seriously, what was the point of it all then?
Might as well post the biggest disappointment of 2014.
This is the second to last page of the series... and it looks pretty much like it could have been the second page at the start of the series.
>Posting the joke version of the page
Good job proving you're retarded
>I'm really thankful
>For worry about me in class and even now
>But I'll be fine, I have friends who'll help me out
Tomonaga decides he wants to seriously get back into physics, so he becomes a graduate student at Stanford, quits his job as a teacher, leaving everyone behind. He wants his star pupil Aoi to go with him but she turns him down.
What in the fucking fuck.
No, really, what the fuck. Why would you write something like this? I don't read manga to be reminded REAL LIFE SUCKS JUST DEAL WITH IT, I read it to get away from all the shit I have to deal with.
I should just give up on serious manga completely, none of them are ever worth it.
I'd say it's alright for authors to write whatever they want, but just make it good.
For example, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz is a book that does a good job of dropping development.
You can't have a story that talks about something, but then completely giving up on it for a stupid reason.
It wasn't exactly infuriating, but Koe no Katachi's ending soured me on the whole thing. It felt like it was building up to something, and I was mildly interested because I couldn't guess what that something was, but then just stopped on a wet fart.
It's Aoi who like science, so of course it's Aoi. But I think he had relationship with Haruka. It's kinda ambiguous.
>Entire series consists of building chemistry between sensei and MC.
>Sensei loses anyway.
I will never not be mad about this.
Nothing, not even a fucking kiss. Urabe finally allows MC to kiss her in the final chapter but then the faggot stops at the very last second and says that it can wait.
Fucking raged so hard since the first chapter even implied MC would be Urabe's first sexual partner.
I'd say this is one of the rare cases where the anime ending is better than the manga.
From what I hear no one knows that they are related. They decide to not see each other while in high school to prevent the truth from being discovered. My guess is that they still love each other and will eventually start dating/fuck once they leave school. /refuse to believe otherwise
Doubt that. The point of the last scene is to show that they'll never be together no matter how much it hurts. It's nice to have your own opinion but the last chapter itself points to unrequited love ever after.
Main guy wins the girl in the end. She only dated the other guy for a bit then broke off before they fuck or anything, the series is fucking retarded but it's got a cozy ending.
It's just infuriating how it plays out. He realizes he likes the girl, and he realizes his friend also likes her. His friend asks her out first, but instead of replying on her own, she asks him what she should do. So this fucker tells her to get with his friend, and then cries about it for several chapters. Even if it ended well, what was even the point?
The last page is of the plant they two of them planted. It symbolizes their relationship which is growing. It'll take a while for it to bloom but it will eventually. Like said plant, their relationship will bloom in the future. /maybe
This shit right here. The last third of this series made me feel some pretty intense rage even if it did have a happy ending.