Haiyore! Nyaruko-san Love by Koin

So, sixteen hours ago, I had such big plans.  Shortly thereafter, those plans were flushed right down the toilet and instead, I spent the night on the time on the phone with an endless array of Indians urgently telling me that their tiny piece of software application was the most important thing evah!  Needless to say, I had to call for Plan B. ^_^;

As you guys may recall, I blogged an odd little anime series called Haiyoru! Nyaruani: Remember My Love (Craft-sensei).  This was based on a series on light novels entitled Haiyore! Nyaruko-san (I believe the name is supposed to be spelled “Nyarlko-san” but “Nyaruko” is the right Romaji) which is written by AISORA Manta-sensei and drawn by Koin. Koin has some rather nice artwork and seeing it, I’m even more disappointed that this light novel series has not been properly adapted for a REAL anime series — you know, one with a plot. ^_^;  Well, maybe someday…

Anyway, the artwork hints at a lot of fun and some characters not introduced in the anime. (Update 05-JAN-2014: I’ve updated some of the captions, now that I’ve seen the anime episodes that adapted the stories these images came from.)

[Haiyore! Nyaruko-san] Alien Takoyaki

Wait! What kind of takoyaki?

[Haiyore! Nyaruko-san] Mahiro Kuuko Nyaruko shop

“I was only using Nyarlko to get to you, Shounen.”

[Haiyore! Nyaruko-san] Mahiro touches Nyaruko

“Hey Cthuko! I’m holding Nyarlko’s hands!”

[Haiyore! Nyaruko-san] Megane Time

Nyarlko loves the glasses look on Mahiro-san.

Going to try to get the latest Negima! chapter done tomorrow. ^_^

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4 Responses to “Haiyore! Nyaruko-san Love by Koin”

  1. Ryo says:

    Pardon the o/t, since I’m not on Twitter this is the quickest way to let you know. The “pet button” in Japanese elevators is there so that people waiting outside would know that there’s a pet inside, so situations like when someone who hates dogs suddenly finds themselves in the same elevator with one can be avoided. There’s an indicator outside that lights up when the button is pressed inside. So it’s actually a pretty well-considered thing, not weird.

  2. AstroNerdBoy says:

    OH! That makes sense. Thanks for the info. ^_^

  3. Ryo says:

    NP. It seemed weird to many Japanese as well when these buttons started appearing in recent years. Without reading the instructions, people were like, is the dog supposed to press this or what? Japanese condos (manshons) typically didn’t use to allow pets before, and these systems were installed when those policies started loosening, to make life easier for everyone involved. Aside from people who don’t like pets, these displays are also useful for other dog-owners who’d rather avoid barking matches in the elevator when two dogs meet.

  4. AstroNerdBoy says:

    I can totally understand why the Japanese would use these and if fits perfectly with Japanese cultural aspects on being polite and respectful of others.

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