NEWS: Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 3 Anime’s Promo Video, Visual Reveal Final Hour-Long Episode – Forum

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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 1:06 PM Reply with a quote

This slogan practically confirms what we already knew. The comedic aspect of the series will soon be gone or at least toned down in favor of outright melodrama.

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Hal14

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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 1:08 PM Reply with a quote
BaronViolet wrote:

This slogan practically confirms what we already knew. The comedic aspect of the series will soon be gone or at least toned down in favor of outright melodrama.

Laughing Nope


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AnimeFlyz

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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 1:37 PM Reply with a quote
BaronViolet wrote:

This slogan practically confirms what we already knew. The comedic aspect of the series will soon be gone or at least toned down in favor of outright melodrama.

Uh no. There will be more serious arcs in the future, but the comedy never goes away on the show.


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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 2:38 PM Reply with a quote
BaronViolet wrote:

This slogan practically confirms what we already knew. The comedic aspect of the series will soon be gone or at least toned down in favor of outright melodrama.

divulge[The manga shows that it is possible for a love comedy to continue after the confession.]


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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 4:12 PM Reply with a quote
dm wrote:
BaronViolet wrote:

This slogan practically confirms what we already knew. The comedic aspect of the series will soon be gone or at least toned down in favor of outright melodrama.

divulge[The manga shows that it is possible for a love comedy to continue after the confession.]

I still like Kaguya but divulge[A strong argument can be made that its quality peaked with this arc. Kyoto arc was pretty good, but more of than a few of them were meh][/spoiler]


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tywoppity

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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 6:22 PM Reply with a quote
The next ep will be the Love is War peak; while there are some good bits in the rest of the manga, overall it’s not as good as this arc.

I would prefer a mic drop and walk away, as far as anime goes.


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cchigu

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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 10:08 PM Reply with a quote

Echoing the people above. Chapter 136 is the absolute peak. Of all the manga medium. Even though the rest of the manga isn’t bad by normal standards, it’s still bad by Kaguya sama standards. Hope they stop at the top so we don’t have to descend.

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Frontier

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Posted: Fri Jun 17 2022 11:06 PM Reply with a quote

I don’t know how well they’ll fit in the hour-long finale (which is awesome by the way) but hopefully they end this season strong.

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kirki

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Posted: Sat Jun 18 2022 2:26 AM Reply with a quote

“Goodbye Love-Comedy” Well, can we consider that statement the end of the line for the anime adaptation? That would not surprise me. Although I enjoyed the rest of the manga as well, and I think some aspects of what’s to come are really important to what the story is about, not just for the titular couple but for the rest of the cast as well.

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