Just came home late at night after work, and I just feel like writing this before diving into bed.
Eromanga-sensei has been generating steam as one of Spring 2017’s most anticipated anime, and it’s certainly not without reason. Originally penned by Tsukasa Fushimi who was known for his previous popular—albeit controversial—work, OreImo (Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai), the show doesn’t take long to establish what it’s all about: a slice-of-life romantic comedy involving a pair of siblings; only this time, we get to look at the story from the glasses of a high school light novel author instead of a plain highs school student. Also, Fushimi made it clear from early on that the characters aren’t blood related, which the series compromises with its overt inclination on the romantic relationship between the siblings.
“If an editor and a high school author start going out, don’t you think it would be a perfect romantic comedy?”
Fubuki Saehara (17) is our main protagonist, who also works as a part-time editor. He is in charge of Misa Ryuenji, a 7-year award-winning author, but… “Fubuki Saehara is my master~♪” Misa who aims to be the heroine with her writing style, seems to desire a relationship beyond work!?
With everyone focusing on volume 12’s developments, just wanted to remind you guys that Saekano Koisuru Metronome volume 7’s also out.
Tomoya Aki was chosen to be the editor in charge of popular light novel author Kasumi Utako a.k.a. Utaha Kasumigaoka. With the character designs for “Pure Love Hectopascal” decided, the road of anime adaptation will be smooth sailing… or so we thought, until a big development suddenly shakes everything!!
“I don’t want to write the anime script nor the sequel to the original series anymore.”
With the overly deep in love and jealousy (!?) Utaha Kasumigaoka as the main heroine, this is the volume 7 of Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata Koisuru Metronome!