Nisekoi – 17

This is the pimp sack. Watch the pimp sack work its magic.

This is that one episode where the gang goes to a festival and have festivities with a festive mood.




Raku is sooooooo dreamy~

Basically nothing of real importance happens here. Raku makes all the girls swoon for him even more, and that’s about it. It was almost laser guided too when you think about it. Giving the gentle Onodera a piggy-back ride? Check. Getting “physical” with the normally aggressive Marika? Check. Casually rewarding the tomboyish Tsugumi with some candy from the pop gun stand? Check. “Proposing” to the tsundere fake girlfriend Chitoge? Check. It really couldn’t have gone any smoother.

Better luck next time.

Given the lack of material development in this episode, I’m beginning to worry that Nisekoi is starting to drag out in earnest. It’s done pretty well considering it’s made it 16 episodes without giving off that impression. But seeing as all the heroines have been introduced and none of them are going to win, I have to wonder how the next three episodes will turn out, if not similar to this one.

Here, have some extras!

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Short post is short. I’ll get back to you guys when something noteworthy actually happens.

What do you mean this episode was boring?! We had skin!


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6 Responses to “Nisekoi – 17”

  1. skylion says:

    It was kinda odd to see even measures given to every love interest. I would have preferred some unevenness, cause the teasing is wearing a touch thin.

    • Highway says:

      What, you guys are finally catching up to me? As I’ve said before, the only way the rest of this series will be enjoyable is if you completely give up the idea of anyone even confessing to another person in this whole thing (with the exception of Marika, who’s made her intentions plain).

      • skylion says:

        …it’s is rather the process of things, and not the end…

      • d-LaN says:

        I am always up to date with a bunch of shows covered here including this, just that I don’t have much motivation to comment nowadays.

  2. zztop says:

    It’s interesting that some of Nisekoi’s end cards are being illustrated by somewhat known manga artists and illustrators, like:
    a) Robico (My Little Monster mangaka)
    b) Kishida Mel (Illustrator for Hanasaku Iroha)
    c) Yabuki Kentaro (To Love Ru mangaka)

    Also to note the OP singers, Claris, are a high school girl duo who have refused to make public appearances, citing they want to focus on their studies first(although I suspect privacy to be a bigger issue for them).

    • d-LaN says:

      Nothing new. Usually the anime team hire a lot of well known artist to draw those end cards like Redjuice and Huke for Haganai. But For Mekakucity it seems like the end cards are chosen frm a fan art contest.

      Also if any1 is wondering abt the rest:

      1- Koyama Hirokazu
      3- Himukai Yuji (Etrian Odyssey games)
      5- Kantoku (Henneko)
      13- Akio Watanabe (Monogatari series)
      14- Ume Aoki (Madoka)
      15- Mel Kishida (Atelier Arland games and RDG)
      16- Kuroboshi Kouhaku (Zvezda)
      17- toiu8 (Maoyuu LNs)

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