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  1. I will say that the only one that's remotely interested me is Ascendance of a Bookworm, because the premise feels far different than anything else I've heard of, and it seems like there's actual legit world-building going on.
  2. I like fun, but this shit ain't it. The vast majority of it is just...nothing. No attention given to crafting a believable world populated with engaging characters, just Truck-kun and then either random comedy lolz or "no we didn't rip these mechanics straight from a generic JRPG why would you say that." I've yet to read a premise for any of these series that's instilled a desire for me to give them a try. You know what were fantastic, though? The older girl-in-another-world series that came out long before the term "isekai" was a gleam in anyone's eye. Escaflowne, Magic Knight Rayearth, Twelve Kingdoms. Shows that actually gave a damn about world-building.
  3. Lol, Jingo thinks cops aren't experts at perjury.
  4. The isekai fad needs to die in a goddamn fire.
  5. The kids in the school are wearing them pretty universally, though I keep having to remind a few of them to pull it up over their damn noses.
  6. You're still a motherfucking piece of shit Jingo. Rot in hell.
  7. I'm not sure I could make it through this marathon. Damn show made me shit bricks constantly.
  8. Funny how the UK managed to figure this shit out when they created a Supreme Court a bit over a decade ago. Most civilized countries (read: not the US) also manage to do the same thing with drawing representative district lines and such.
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