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Oh man, totally. It seems to be getting a bit experimental lately too, which is just ace.
It sounds weird but seeing the things he seems to be learning over the course of Nisekoi really make me look forward to whatever he does next. I mean I hope he doesn't stop doing Nisekoi for a good long while, but I want to be able to see what he'll manage with different stories in the decades to come.
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and lol'ed at a single guy who sent 1500 votes for Marika.. if his polls were eliminated, I'd say that she's at least only as popular as Ruri.
I've really come to dislike her. It's been like the only thing about this series I haven't enjoyed. I know that in harem romcoms there is some law that mandates a cute innocent normal girl who is secretly in love with the protagonist but they are always so boring compared to everybody else. Why would anybody vote for her? As a character, she's completely indistinguishable Haruna Sairenji from To Love-Ru and the 6 dozen others just like her.
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Chitoge Kirisaki reminds me of Eri Sawachika of School Rumble
Hmm..I'm not really fond of her. Her character somehow bores me.
Makes me wonder where Raku's mom is. Either I forgot or she wasn't mentioned yet.
Well this arc was pretty special, huh. Had a little bit of cliché in it, but what's Nisekoi if not a series that can make that stuff seem fresh as heck. Beautiful.
Sorry, something caught in my throat. :P
To be honest, even though the ending of this arc was very predictable to me, it didn't feel cliche at all, somehow. I even feel happy and probably to some extent moved when Chitoge finally reunited with her mother during Christmas. Lovely.
She called him Raku...
Really good arc. It was cliche but didn't feel like it.
Yeah the arc conclusion was a bit predictable but not that bad.
Paula reminds me of Shiemi Moriyama of Ao no Exorcist by the way
I think that's Naoshi's thing now, to be able to do cliché in a way that doesn't actually feel cliché, through the power of ~*~emotions~*~
Caught up with this manga, not the useless harem we have around actually this one is good.
I am really surprised with Onodera being the top at the popularity poll no matter how i look Chitoge is the best one so far.