Inasmuch as she has the best overall aesthetic among the five; I can't shake off the feeling that she, out of all the characters, is the least best girl.
It is rather difficult to give a clear preference, because each one of them has interesting from my point of view, but I would probably say Nino, sometimes I would like to be so straightforward (I want to emphasize that I don't narcotize my boyfriend!) and I like her caring side.
Wait ur a girl
Cause im a boy who's just a anime/manga weeb
> Cause im a boy who's just a anime/manga weeb
Well, many of my male friends could be called that ... I'm fine with this!
It is thanks to them that I discovered this manga!
Yh same my friend and i are legit the meaning of anime weebness like in class we just shout out random japanese words like u know.....
Eh, yes, I'm trying to learn some Japanese and yes, I know what that word means ... eh eh, it has various meanings ... let's say ... a kind of "feeling" ....
Ahhh yess a "good" feeling
I think Miku and Nino, one of them will marry Fuutarou
Hmmmm, least best girl eh? how come? i like Nino more than anyone else but Miku's one of the best though, though I still think Nino's the best, especially on Manga
@Pdatdwl quite a lot of reasons; the biggest one being her development being too centered on romance. Sure, the series IS a harem so romance is a key element to everyone's development; but the other 4 have some sources of character development that isn't from the main guy. Ichika being motivated by her acting career, Nino with her dreams of making a restaurant and being noticed by her father, Yotsuba with being different from her sisters, and Itsuki wanting to become someone like her mother. Miku just doesn't have that. Even if people do say that her plans of going to a culinary school as an argument, it still wouldn't sit well because her main motivation to even start cooking in the first place is to be someone Fuutarou likes. It's just so strange that characters similar to her (say Onodera from Nisekoi) are never considered best in a lot of other harem series but in this one she stands out (way too much). I mean, even her whole generals otaku streak became nonexistent after knowing that Fuutarou likes women who can cook.
TL;DR, for a series that is lauded and praised for the complexity of its characters, Miku is literally the only one-dimensional character in the series; and it confuses me why she gets too much praise even with that.
What do you think?