Bloom into You Vol. 6 (Bloom into You (Manga))

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Bloom into You Vol. 6 (Bloom into You (Manga))

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A 13-episode anime television series adaptation was announced in the June issue of the Dengeki Daioh magazine on April 27, 2018. At the time of writing the script, the chapter where Yuu and Touko visit an aquarium together had not yet been published, but Nakatani presented the plans for that chapter to Hanada, and they agreed to make it the ending of the anime. Following the release of the novels, Nakatani said that Iruma's writing had influenced how she wrote Sayaka, particularly her confession to Touko in the 37th chapter. We've also had so much of this play in snippets of rehearsal that this volume seems wasted rehashing it. Iruma chose to begin the novel with Sayaka in elementary school, as he did not feel confident that her middle school experience would be enough to support a full novel, and thus imagined a history for her based on the few details given about her past in the manga.

Tomoyuki Ichigaya ( 市ヶ谷 知雪, Ichigaya Tomoyuki ) Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu (Japanese); Blake Shepard (English) [16] Tomoyuki is a professional actor who was a classmate of Mio Nanami seven years ago. The story follows two female high school students, Yuu Koito and Touko Nanami, and the relationship that develops between them as they learn more about themselves through their experiences together. Bauman attributed the spread of this reading to the anime adaptation, which did not cover later plot developments in which Yuu develops explicit sexual attractions towards Touko.

In the manga and anime, Chie is not named, only referred to as "senpai" by Sayaka, [22] but is named in the Regarding Saeki Sayaka novels. Yuu, too, is finally able to proclaim out loud her love for Touko -- but their history around the idea of 'love' just causes more confusion. While Yuu and Koyomi work on the new script, Sayaka asks Touko about what she personally knew about Mio.

Later, as the student council prepare to take part in a competitive relay event, Yuu spends some time with Sayaka to hear her thoughts on both the play and Touko. Three years later, [10] Yuu and Touko have graduated high school, enrolled in college, and are now wearing rings on their fingers. However, he noted Sayaka's expressions in two specific scenes, when she confronts Yuu in the sixth episode, and when she dismisses her ex-girlfriend in the eighth episode, as being "really fun". On Touko’s side, she had apologized because she realized she had forced Yuu to hide her feelings and essentially be someone else for her. It might be needed for the series in the long-run, but it doesn't hold up on its own and I think some of the boring stuff could have been shortened.Muchos de los paneles podían haberse ido a una elipsis o a ver qué hacen el resto de personajes mientras tanto. Prior to writing the scripts, he discussed his interpretation of the story with Nakatani, saying he read it as "a simple love story" between women with a minimized focus on homoeroticism, and that it was not concerned with avoiding the "associations with 'immorality'" often found in other yuri works.

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