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Why don't they just make this series 18+ already...
True to a point but it's published in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump, which is aimed toward teen boys. Can't exactly buy adult material with Japanese who teens aren't of age yet.
aoie_emesai said:
it's published in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump
Not any more. It's on Jump SQ now.
WtfCakes said:
Why don't they just make this series 18+ already...
I kind of disagree, cause it will be censored anyways. So I prefer some minor plot with huge comedy, ecchi, romance and tons of cockblock.
Who would prefer cockblock...wtf?
Why are the viewers of To LOVEる so god damn simple minded and unsophisticated? If I wanted to look up porn, I'll do just that. Every discussion I see regarding To LOVEる is about people wishing to god it was uncensored, or wishing it would just be a hentai series. Can none of you see the theme or plot that this story has to offer? Like the popsicle scene in the most recent To LOVEる Darkness; how does that at all enhance the story or contribute to the plot? The first two seasons had perverse moments, but they added comedy and *enhanced* the story! Now in Darkness, ecchi has become apart of the story. Clearly I am in the minority, but it is gravely unfortunate that the author has succumbed to money and just did what the publishers thought would rake in more cash. And it's working, because its viewers are so easy. You people need to develop more analytical skills so you can see the bigger picture.
VEE12 said:
Why are the viewers of To LOVEる so god damn simple minded and unsophisticated? If I wanted to look up porn, I'll do just that. Every discussion I see regarding To LOVEる is about people wishing to god it was uncensored, or wishing it would just be a hentai series. Can none of you see the theme or plot that this story has to offer? Like the popsicle scene in the most recent To LOVEる Darkness; how does that at all enhance the story or contribute to the plot? The first two seasons had perverse moments, but they added comedy and *enhanced* the story! Now in Darkness, ecchi has become apart of the story. Clearly I am in the minority, but it is gravely unfortunate that the author has succumbed to money and just did what the publishers thought would rake in more cash. And it's working, because its viewers are so easy. You people need to develop more analytical skills so you can see the bigger picture.
Because the plot sucked.
fujifruit said:
Because the plot sucked.
I thought it was quite cute.