They believe that Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian will dominate Summer-2024

They believe that Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian will dominate Summer-2024

As we have previously mentioned, the anime adaptation of "Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian (Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go by Dereru Tonari no Alya-san)" is one of the most anticipated projects for the Summer-2024 season (July-September). Internet users are attracted not only by the curious story of a romantic comedy with a Russian girl, but also by the visual quality that promises to surprise with each new episode.

And the high expectation is not surprising, considering that Doga Kobo studios are in charge of animation and that they have recently stood out for productions such as "Oshi no Ko" and "Jellyfish Can't Swim in the Night (Yoru no Kurage wa Oyogenai)". In addition, Yuuhei Murota is in charge of character design, after taking care of projects such as "Kawaii dake ja Nai Shikimori-san", "Love Live! School Idol Project", "Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi", and "Love Live! Sunshine!!", projects that have stood out in this same aspect.

They believe that Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian will dominate Summer-2024

And it turns out that Japanese netizens finally started appreciating this franchise through the promotional videos, although Sumire Uesaka's work in intonation the Russian language still doesn't convince some:

  • "She's extremely expressive and cute, I love it."
  • "His voice is definitely not an attractive aspect, but everything else is."
  • "The art style is impressive."
  • "She has white hair, so she will surely be popular in China."
  • "It appears that his pronunciation and intonation of Russian have been widely criticized by the public in Russia."
  • "It looks like this will be Oregairu's successor, and I'm pretty excited."
  • "Is this produced by Doga Kobo? It seems that since Oshi no Ko they have continued to produce wonderfully."
  • "It's only natural that an anime starring Sumire Uesaka would be promising."
  • "If this anime fails, it will be the end of romance and comedy light novels."
  • "Even if you don't know how to speak Russian, I think the subtitles will appear on screen, so it will be very accessible."
  • "I bet the production guys will get letters of protest from a certain small country supported by Western powers that can't defend itself."
  • "It looks like it could dominate the hentai doujinshi scene, especially if the perpetrators start desecrating the story with infidelity and rape."
  • "I'll always be a fan of works where a brown or tanned girl ends up being rejected."
  • "The Ukrainian ambassador will be totally upset with this anime. He recently got angry at a Russian food restaurant in Tokyo."
  • "I don't know, but the deer girl anime will surely compete with him."
  • "I couldn't tolerate Shikimori-san, I don't have much expectation of this."
  • "Russian characters usually have a face that looks like they were made of ice."
  • "I've looked it up and I've seen that the only anime in the upcoming season is a romantic comedy."
  • "I wish they had pronounced Russian better."
  • "I'm reading about it in Magazine Pocket, but it's very boring. The character design is great, though."

Source: Yaraon!

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