It would be a lie to say that the problems the GAINAX staff had with Toshio Okada were...― Phineas asked: Is there a stricter bias towards anime age ratings in the United States simply because they're animated?
I recently read the first omnibus volume of To Love Ru when it came out and I decided to see what its co-series is like.
I will admit that I was a bit handicapped; it was obvious that more characters joined the original series since the opener.
If you're a fan of To Love Ru, you should definitely add this manga to your collection!
For newcomers, be WARNED: To Love Ru Darkness has a LOT of fan service (which is the most I've seen in ecchi anime/manga).
I took some time to catch up on my lost youth, that 16-21 age when everyone else was getting laid but I wasn’t.
After about six months, I had more experience with girls, and I pretty much knew what to do.
With this season's Darling in the FRANXX, horny teen mecha series have reached a new level of shameless subtext.
Nicholas Dupree tracks this lineage of sexual mech series through a proud history of adolescent innuendo.― Marc asked: In anime, it doesn't seem to be at all unusual for small children's rolls to be voiced by actual small children (“Barakamon”, “Sweetness and Lightning” and the currently airing “School Babysi...― My Hero Academia opened with Deku's perspective, offering us the beaming optimism of a boy who loves superheroes in a world where superheroes actually exist.
I think I will be following both I Love Ru and Darkness as they are proving enjoyable. There's a few color pages that look really nice, with the last color page showing showing Momo in her common one-shirt-only pj's.
I'm so glad this series is finally released in English! Also, the pages are uncensored (as far as ecchi anime/manga goes), which helps with PLOT immersion.
I turned my attention back to getting a girlfriend.