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YMMV: Nagasarete Airantou
  • Alternate Character Interpretation: Recently, Suzu. Is she still as innocent as she was at the beginning, even though her being a Clingy Jealous Girl is becoming more and more blatant as time passes?
  • Crazy Awesome: Machi. Blowdart machine gun. Seriously.
    • That's just the first thing she showed us.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: Machi, who pulls off Comedic Sociopathy to insane levels many times, and yet she still retains the "comedic" part.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Dear lord, it's Machi
  • Fridge Horror: Suzuran returning as a ghost. Whether she's dead or not (the latter is still possible thanks to the island not being a stranger to the supernatural) it still begs the question: what really happened to her that no one even found out about it?
  • Fridge Logic: Apparently, it took Beniyasha less than a day to write and publish an adventure based on his antics.
  • Les Yay: Ayane's your soul mate, Michiru? Okay, no lesbian undertones to that...
    • Also, Karaage's little comment about it.
    • In one chapter, Chikage really enjoyed playing with Suzu's hair.
      • Again with chapter 11. Sure, she thinks it's For Science!, but...
    • The scene with Ayane and Suzu in chapter 11 is a rather blatant example.
  • Moe
  • Nightmare Fuel:
  • One-Scene Wonder: One picture shows Kokoro and Hanzou getting married...upside down.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: The post credits scene of episode 13 is very sweet.
  • Uncanny Valley: One chapter shows that Mei Mei really likes to make costumes based on normal animals (that is, the ones outside of Airantou). Ikuto and Tohno, having been already accustomed to the appearance of the latter set of animals, were caught completely off-guard.
  • Unfortunate Implications: Mei-Mei is a stereotypical Chinese Girl to the point of parody. Shy and conservative to a fault? Check. Loads of (identical-looking) siblings? Check. Terrified of police (due to implications of illegal immigration)? Check. Grew up as an acrobat/performer? Check.
    • May even be a parody of the stereotype. It's hard to be sure when it comes to comedy.
  • Values Dissonance: Some, in that Yashiro, Machi and Ayane's great-grandmother claims to be 64...which means that each generation would have had to give birth at age 16.
  • The Woobie: Suzu. Both parents missing, and her feelings are conflicted over wanting Ikuto to either stay or leave the island. Ouch.

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