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The Narrator: The Spice that Makes Kaguya-sama Tick

Okay, I know that sounds ridiculous. Just hear me out on this one. Kaguya-sama: Love is War is one of the best examples of a character-driven comedy we've gotten in years. Aka Akasaka has shown time and time again that he knows exactly how to continuously squeeze laughs out of his characters without running out… Continue reading The Narrator: The Spice that Makes Kaguya-sama Tick

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Yu Ishigami: Locked in a Dark Room

*Quick note: this whole article was written by an anime-only fan. No manga spoilers, please.* Kaguya-sama: Love is War is, at its core, a comedy. Its main aim is to make you laugh. And if it's good at anything, it's good at that. But what makes the show special isn't its hilarious character-driven comedy. Rather,… Continue reading Yu Ishigami: Locked in a Dark Room

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Kaguya-sama Season 2: Escalating Feelings

Holy shit, I am late to this party! Better late than never, I guess! And I'm sure as hell not waiting for season three to come out! I am not that patient! Season 2 of Kaguya-sama: Love is War had to live up to some high expectations, at least for me. The first season was… Continue reading Kaguya-sama Season 2: Escalating Feelings