Motto Tsundere Valentine Chocolate

Motto To-LOVE-Ru

Motto To-LOVE-Ru

Oh Yui, you’re such a tsundere!

Man, every time I watch Motto To-LOVE-ru I start giggling like a little girl, it’s kinda embarrassing. I hope they keep up the good work with the show, because it’s absolutely satisfying to watch as a fan of the series with the way they are handling things this time around. Just don’t watch anything other than the AT-X version though.

4 Comments

  1. Rei Said,

    November 11, 2010 @ 5:53 am

    I haven’t watched series one, only got up to episode 6 or something. Think I should read the manga and then proceed directly to Motto To Love-Ru? :P What chapter does it start around do you think?
    I tried watching it and I hadn’t met the twins. All I heard was Itou Kanae and was like ♥, but decided to close it because I didn’t understand who they were T-T

    Goddamn I haven’t even met Kotegawa Yui I’m so sad. Missing out so badly LOL.

  2. Sergio Said,

    November 11, 2010 @ 7:09 am

    @Rei

    Yeah, you should read the manga, at last until most characters are introduced. Now, the new To Love Ru manga, To Love Ru Darkness, that’s awesome!

    I don’t think they are even following chronological order here, but then again I don’t remember the manga very well.

    Season 1 of To Love ru wasn’t very good, and full of filler, but Motto To Love Ru is delivering. No fillers, better pace (with 3 segment episodes), better art and more ecchi!

  3. Kagekyuubi Said,

    November 11, 2010 @ 1:00 pm

    When I first saw that pic I thought it was the perv president from Seitokai no Yakuindomo. Never realized how similar their uniforms were.

    @sergio: I was under the impression that Toloveru only had filler after the first 50 chapters or so. Glad to see the sequel actually has a plot to go on.

  4. Game8910 Said,

    November 12, 2010 @ 1:50 am

    i dont think sergio meant “plot” when he said filler here. Filler in this case is stuff that “was not in the manga”, this second season is very faithful to the manga chapters they adapt (I also skipped s1 and only read mango) so you can expect as much “plot” as the manga on this season.

    Also Yui is mai waifu, hands off

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