Since it ends...
Overall impression, even if I did not stick to the end and read only a few chapters. I have some difficulties to understand what was going on and did not find the interactions between the main characters very interesting.
I think WSJ wanted to try out Mago, but I find the latter more solid. Even so, I do not follow Mago very regularly, because, when it comes to Youkai and japanese folklore, there is Kekkaishi, my favorite shonen, because of the construction of the story with a little material and the dreamlike presence of the creatures.
It may be time for WSJ to try out To-Love-Ru by launching an ecchi series that can replace it if it works (and if they keep the one ecchi series policy they seem to have since the end of Hatsukoi and Mx0).
I think it had it's heart in the right place. I think Nishi would make an awesome artist, if you gave him someone writing a story it would be a perfect pair, since his art is just crazy, so damn unique.
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Re: Bokke-san by Yoshiyuki Nishi (Muhyo)
Yes, this was definitely not given a decent chance. This was something like muhyo that needed more time. It had potential but manga and new series will always suffer, and they'll always need to survive the impatience of more than 85% of the readers.
Sadly bokke didn't, the ending is just too rushed but hell, which ending isn't after such a fast cancel