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why does this not appear in the app??
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damn, the website has some dedication

http://sp.imotosae.com/sisters/
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Just one step away from "Dengeki Bunko - Fighting Imoutos"
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Will_jms wrote:

why does this not appear in the app??


Possibly because it's considered a "mature content" show and you aren't old enough.
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lorreen wrote:


Will_jms wrote:

why does this not appear in the app??


Possibly because it's considered a "mature content" show and you aren't old enough.


wow, but i can still watch it in web? Something is broken there.
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Will_jms wrote:


lorreen wrote:


Will_jms wrote:

why does this not appear in the app??


Possibly because it's considered a "mature content" show and you aren't old enough.


wow, but i can still watch it in web? Something is broken there.


Different platforms have different requirements. I've been seeing a lot of reports of people not being able to find this on their PS4, until they changed the mature content setting. That's a setting on your Crunchyroll profile--you don't need to set it up separately for each app.

Here's some info that might clarify that a bit: /forumtopic-1000869/whats-the-point-why-have-mature-content-filter-if-it-doesnt-make-any-difference#56692845

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damn, the website has some dedication

http://sp.imotosae.com/sisters/


One of those in there isn't a sister.

At least in the anime version she isn't.
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lorreen wrote:


Will_jms wrote:


lorreen wrote:


Will_jms wrote:

why does this not appear in the app??


Possibly because it's considered a "mature content" show and you aren't old enough.


wow, but i can still watch it in web? Something is broken there.


Different platforms have different requirements. I've been seeing a lot of reports of people not being able to find this on their PS4, until they changed the mature content setting. That's a setting on your Crunchyroll profile--you don't need to set it up separately for each app.

Here's some info that might clarify that a bit: /forumtopic-1000869/whats-the-point-why-have-mature-content-filter-if-it-doesnt-make-any-difference#56692845



Right, turned it off. Thank you, oh great Lorreen-sama
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Onee-sama in name, imouto in functioning. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)



That is true poetry.

I have never been an imouto. But I was not always an onee-sama: for one is not born, but rather becomes, an onee-sama.


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Gotta admit, I almost dropped this show within the first 10 seconds with the naked imouto, until I realized it was so over-the-top it had (better) be self-deprecating. And it appears to be a beat-for-beat take-down of Ero-manga Sensei, so there's hope for it yet. At the very least I'm curious to see how the MC went from being flattered that "dick"-girl liked him to being in their current weird sexual-harassment and rejection banter.


Is it really a takedown of Eromanga Sensei? Riffing off it I can expect, but a takedown would be much more interesting. And I wouldn't have known, not having watched Eromanga Sensei. Do you mind going into more detail?
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Onee-sama in name, imouto in functioning. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)



That is true poetry.

I have never been an imouto. But I was not always an onee-sama: for one is not born, but rather becomes, an onee-sama.


I-It isn't too late...

*Hands you an Official Imouto Registration Form*

Fill it out, and mail it to 7734 Deredere Avenue, 23234 Imoutopia, Imoutoland.

Expect 6-8 business weeks for reply.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


auroraloose wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Onee-sama in name, imouto in functioning. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)



That is true poetry.

I have never been an imouto. But I was not always an onee-sama: for one is not born, but rather becomes, an onee-sama.


I-It isn't too late...

*Hands you an Official Imouto Registration Form*

Fill it out, and mail it to 7734 Deredere Avenue, 23234 Imoutopia, Imoutoland.

Expect 6-8 business weeks for reply.


Does paper last that long?

Anyway, I am afraid I have been imperious for so long that I have forgotten how to be cute. Can there really be an onii-chan out there for someone like me?
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Is it really a takedown of Eromanga Sensei? Riffing off it I can expect, but a takedown would be much more interesting. And I wouldn't have known, not having watched Eromanga Sensei. Do you mind going into more detail?


The entire premise appears to be how to take full-blown parodies of characters from Eromanga Sensei, and making the plot good (or at least competent).

The main character is a full blown inverse of the MC of Eromanga; he's an awful person, his siscon fetish is out for the world to see, his editor calls him on it, and he's apparently incredibly dependent on his little brother for basic things like cooking.

The white haired girl pulls traits from almost every girl that gets major screentime in Eromanga: her white hair (Sagiri), her attraction to the MC through his writing (kimono chick), her over-the-top teasing and infatuation with "dicks" ("dick" girl), and her obsession with procrastinating work (Elf).

The older male friend seems like the entire inverse of the useless male dude that pops up in Eromanga to make a few "homo" jokes, and quite possibly also a male reflection of Elf in his older-co-worker style of success and support for his junior.

The college friend I have no read on yet.

Where Eromanga opens with the MC having this bizarre inter-dependency complex with his shut-in little sister, the MC of Little Sister appears to largely already be living on his own other than his little brother cooking for him, and with an established circle of friends. And the MC of Little Sister has to crank the creep level up to 11 to really be an adequate juxtaposition of the MC of Eromanga. Where Eromagna spends a significant amount of time trying to convince the audience that the MC is not a creepy pedophile but instead a concerned brother (before panning into leering shots at Sagiri's legs or down her shirt), Little Sister wastes no time in establishing that the MC is a creep. The biggest thing the two MCs have in common is turning down relationships because of their little sister fetish.

What's funnier is how Little Sister can spend a good chunk of it's first episode on a word game, and better inform the audience about the thought process of writers than Eromanga did for it's entire run. I'm sure there's more, but that would mean I would have to sit through Eromanga Sensei again to remember every detail; and I don't hate myself that much. The way this show mirrors and mocks Eromanga Sensei is so on the nose I'm kind of surprised something that has such a mean-spirited "I could make this plot so much better" vibe to it would make it into production. It seems like the writers of these two series would either have to be good friends or really despise each other.
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auroraloose wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


auroraloose wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Onee-sama in name, imouto in functioning. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)



That is true poetry.

I have never been an imouto. But I was not always an onee-sama: for one is not born, but rather becomes, an onee-sama.


I-It isn't too late...

*Hands you an Official Imouto Registration Form*

Fill it out, and mail it to 7734 Deredere Avenue, 23234 Imoutopia, Imoutoland.

Expect 6-8 business weeks for reply.


Does paper last that long?

Anyway, I am afraid I have been imperious for so long that I have forgotten how to be cute. Can there really be an onii-chan out there for someone like me?


Are you kidding? You're freaking adorable! As everyone's favorite Onii Chan, I hereby bypass this process of imoutofication, and deem you 7453rd Imouto in the Kuudere Calvary!
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qwueri wrote:


auroraloose wrote:

Is it really a takedown of Eromanga Sensei? Riffing off it I can expect, but a takedown would be much more interesting. And I wouldn't have known, not having watched Eromanga Sensei. Do you mind going into more detail?


The entire premise appears to be how to take full-blown parodies of characters from Eromanga Sensei, and making the plot good (or at least competent).

What's funnier is how Little Sister can spend a good chunk of it's first episode on a word game, and better inform the audience about the thought process of writers than Eromanga did for it's entire run. I'm sure there's more, but that would mean I would have to sit through Eromanga Sensei again to remember every detail; and I don't hate myself that much. The way this show mirrors and mocks Eromanga Sensei is so on the nose I'm kind of surprised something that has such a mean-spirited "I could make this plot so much better" vibe to it would make it into production. It seems like the writers of these two series would either have to be good friends or really despise each other.


Interesting points, but the lead time seems too tight to make it a specific reply to Eromanga. I imagine it's a take on the whole Little Sister genre in general. (Eromanga just happens to be so bad that anything competent seems a rebuke to it.)
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Interesting points, but the lead time seems too tight to make it a specific reply to Eromanga. I imagine it's a take on the whole Little Sister genre in general. (Eromanga just happens to be so bad that anything competent seems a rebuke to it.)


That's a fair point, Eromanga seemed to go out of it's way to hit every imouto trope on it's descent into utter trash.
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