Yeah I was about to stop watching it after I finished the first season but I read some spoilers and they get married in the last season so I thought it gets better, second season episode 1 was goood but then they took a shit on it, I hope the relationship gets real next season or at least the last season because the marriage thing will be pretty shitty if they just get married out of the blue while still being in the current relationship they are in. but tbh I hate the fuckboy with fucked up eyes that came in during the second season acting like he owns Louise more than the MC being a shitty stereotype. the other fuckboy from season 1 I don’t mind so much now cus his fuckboyness has died down (I really hated him at first though because he got so much screen time and was still too much of a fuckboy at first), the MC is kinda a fuckboy but at least he isn’t a cocky dick about it.
But when I read those spoilers I thought oh snap shits bout to get real, but it hasn’t so far
And yes I completely agree with the stuff from our world being there, I love isekai like that which is why I absolutely love Gate and want more series like it. If you know any series that have this kinda stuff let me know.
I used to hate Guiche, now I can’t be bothered. I would feel sorry for Montmorency, but she still keeps gravitating towards him like a less-violent Louise.
The Italian dude with the eyes… I can’t even be bothered to remember his name. He’s like a carbon-copy of Guiche, but kinda like when you microwave some leftover roast chicken, it sort of tastes like it’s had necromancy done on it… not 100% there.
Outbreak Company has it as well. Astarotte no Omocha might have a little bit too (don’t remember, but it does involve characters going in between worlds), but… that’s getting into Ravioli Ravioli territory.
Watched this, I didn’t really care for the story but the characters were fun and it had some pretty comedic moments but it wasn’t one of my favorites.
Just looked it up, not sure if I want to watch it though, it sounds interesting but it sounds like it isn’t going to end after the 12 episodes.
And this review just kinda turned me off for that series is what this person says about right?
You see that summary up at the top of the page? That’s the entire plot. There is no development at all besides what is in that paragraph. Naoya, the 23 year old guy who looks like he’s about 14 and is voiced by a girl, is taken from his world to be employed as a member of a 10-year old girl’s harem so that she can drink his sperm every day. She hates men and is Rie Kugimiya. They pretend to have a plot near the end where the portal to the monster world is trying to erase Naoya and his daughter, so it starts with them losing their voices, but it seems by the very next episode the creators forgot that the characters were supposed to not be able to hear one another and just went ahead with it anyhow. So if you’re not watching for the plot, it’s gotta be something else, right?
Here’s where my real beef with the show stands. You find out eventually that Naoya was actually taken to the land of monsters years ago (11 years to be exact), when he was 12, and while he was 12, impregnated the queen, the result of which is his daughter Asuha. I’m not sure if they ever address it directly, but that makes her step-sisters with the princess Astarotte. But then they go to the same school later, and sit together in the same class. That makes them the same age, or at most 9 months apart which would mean more likely than not they would belong in separate classes. Therefore we can only conclude they were born at the same time, suggesting fraternal twins (clearly not identical, one is blonde and the other is blue). In the two characters biographies, it’s written that Asuha is the older sister and Astarotte is the younger, but both are 10 years old. Therefore… Naoya must also be Astarotte’s father. Which puts a pretty interest twist on things when he is taken back into the land of monsters to provide a faucet for her succubus necessities. By episode 12, he even says to her that he’s fallen in love with her. He KNOWS that she’s at the most distant, his step-daughter. And yet he’s there for that very purpose anyhow. What is WRONG with you, Japan?
Don’t really care about the character part but the story part is the one that really makes me wonder if I should watch it.
Yes, Louise and Saito get together, although the LNs cover quite a bit more about their relationship than the anime would ever show. I don’t know if it’s exactly like the events of what happened in the final season since the show was finished when the last two volumes of the light novel were not published yet.
Just finished episode 9 of Made in Abyss and I’m a bit bummed the bunny girl hasn’t been introduced yet. Judging by the outro video, I think I’ll see her in the end of episode 10 or the beginning of episode 11.