No, it's from another author. (title is "Cuckoo no Inazuke" or "The Cuckoo's Fiancee").
I think Negi will rest for a while since he has admitted that he is quite exhausted. (and still made a lot of money with GoToubun....).
Yes, they recommended "A silent voice", I had never heard of it before and they advised me to read the manga before watching the movie.
Well I definitely recommend it you read the manga first which is a pretty good read I enjoyed it as well as the entire cast in it as it is a emotional rollercoaster on deafness/disability, suicide, bullying, and redemption. It is not terribly long either only 62 chapters, or 7 volumes. The author is named Yoshitoki Ooima, which she also made another manga which is still ongoing in Weekly Shonen Magazine by Kondansha (which A Silent Voice manga ran for a time from 2013-2014), called To You, the Immortal, which is also not bad and I recommend you read
The movie does minimize/change some things and scenes in it for the sake of time, which was made by KyoAni by the way. Its also available in Sub and Dub (which is pretty top notch) like in Netflix. However do you watch anime in dubs mostly or not?
I'll try to look up this manga called "Cuckoo no Inazuke", hopefully its interesting in some way.
Thanks for your suggestions!
Right now, I'm reading the manga, I like both the story and how these "difficult" themes are addressed!
If possible,I generally watch subtitled anime, I like listening to the original voices (and maybe I learn something ....)
You're welcome. That's the Japanese voice cast is superb and Saori Hayami (kinda one of my favorite female Japanese VAs) does a great job as Shoko and the guy who voices Shoya (the Japanese voice actor for him escapes me -_-). Although the dub is pretty good also and authentic as they actually got a deaf person to voice act Shoko.
Thank you for the link also.
Cuckoo's Fiance! I actually read that manga before well one chapter. I know the author of that, she made the manga which I read long back, Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (and the anime I watched too). Been meaning to read the rest as it does look interesting.
EDIT: I found the Japanese voice actor for Shoya it was Miyu Irino!
Just read extra chapter 122.5 and now we can be sure the honeymoon was real... luckily
Yeah just a honeymoon....and a hangover.
This is one of best mangas I have ever read, and I have read a lot.
I don't like harem mangas that much, and I dropped Nisekoi midway because it was so cliche in many areas while having some potential, so I had very little expectations starting GoToubun, and then it just sucked me into this world and didn't let me go till the end. This manga somewhat taps into some cliches of the genre at times but then it manages to balance itself on the line without becoming annoying like some. Overall, the story development is amazing and well thought-through, and not just the drawing itself, but its presentation, the frame sequences are so well-made.
I need to admit I hate the ending as I just don't get the choice of Yotsuba - she is the least interesting character for me, and the most bland. The build up was just not enough to make her persuasive in the position of the sister being selected by Futaro in the end. But at the same time, the way the events unfolded in the story gave Nino and especially Miku some amazing lines towards the end of the manga that will be imprinted in my memory forever. Yotsuba is just a decoration in those scenes ...
So it leaves me with mixed feelings, but still I can only say the words of gratitude to the author (and pray that a VN game will be released where different routes will be possible),
What do you think?