it’s harsh as hell. It’s the most hardcore anime I’ve watched in a long time. It made me feel emptiness and loneliness and despair, there’s no happy end, no progress, it’s utterly distressing and embarrassing. It has absurd and funny moments, but every time I laughted while watching it I felt like shit. It’s a kind of humour that is beyond irony or sarcasm, it was killing me with every episode (the worst one was episode 6, the new ending was the only thing that prevented me from banging my head against the wall).
It’s amazing how two stories in the same genres (comedy and slice of life), such as Watamote and Tonari no Seki-kun, make me feel the exact opposite emotions in an extreme way. The only thing I’m grateful for is that I watched Watamote now, being 24 y/o, and not when I was at school, or I would have lost it. Hell, I’m really disturbed now and I won’t deny it.
This said, I guess I’m going to start reading the manga.
enjoy this 8 page comic i drew in 1 day and inked in 2.
no one who knows me in real life would ever believe all the fluffy romantic comics I draw;;;
alternate title is: I HAVE STRONG OPINIONS ON DWARF BEARDS
I’ve been reblogging a lot
of gay stuff and drawing very little, so I’ve made a challenge for myself. Let’s see if I can draw ten of my favourite characters before the end of the year. My goal isn’t to improve or draw something really difficult, just to have fun and fangirl over the guys I love.
Yozora no Sumikko de by Nojiko Hayakawa.