With its premiere scheduled for next April, the first promotional video for the animated adaptation of the Ijiranaide manga, Nagatoro-san (Don't Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro) has already been published, however, on Twitter that has been More than enough for the Puritans to accuse the show of being "excessively sexualized" and "pornographic," as well as calling anyone who likes this franchise a "racist" or "pedophile." Below we leave, in addition to the recently revealed promotional video, some screenshots with the most outstanding publications.
"This from now on seems like a terrible series with a concept that could only attract terrible people", with the answer "It's a good series, but it will definitely attract unpleasant people."
"The face of racist profiles in the years to come".
"How many racist people will we see with Nagatoro in his profile picture?"
"LMAO, you really have to be a real loser to be excited about this shit."
"Yes, this will be the next thing to be over-sexualized"
Negative reviews about this anime will surely increase exponentially when it premieres, and fans couldn't be more than excited about it, after all, the constant criticism of Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! (Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!) Didn't stop the series from getting production for a second season.
Synopsis of Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san
When an introverted high school student met a girl named Nagatoro, his life fell apart. First, she carefully observed her reaction to the verbal abuse she received from other malicious girls, realizing that, in reality, it seems to be what he needs, so she begins to tease him as well. It will soon become more and more obvious (to the reader, not the character), that Nagatoro's taunts are not malicious, but are actually quite flirtatious and show a slight romantic interest.
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