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The novel was average but a good waste of time when needed.

I expect this will grab the attention of people considering the premise. What people thought Shield Hero was, it actually is. The main character is very supportive of his daughters, but that’s the way it is.


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bisuketto wrote:
The novel was average but a good waste of time when needed.

I expect this will grab the attention of people considering the premise. What people thought Shield Hero was, it actually is. The main character is very supportive of his daughters, but that’s the way it is.

And unlike many other webnovels that had their ‘R18’ stuffed in when rewritten as light novels, this retains the content (I haven’t read the light novel version, but I guess so, based on the manga …) Although, of the three, the manga is probably the hottest…


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bisuketto

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Always.

The only real major change from Web to Light was the removal of Slave from the title of the series (other than a few tweaks to the narrative, but mostly the same.).

I’ll give it an episode or two when it premieres, curious how they’ll adapt it.


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Blanchimont wrote:
bisuketto wrote:
The novel was average but a good waste of time when needed.

I expect this will grab the attention of people considering the premise. What people thought Shield Hero was, it actually is. The main character is very supportive of his daughters, but that’s the way it is.

And unlike many other webnovels that had their ‘R18’ stuffed in when rewritten as light novels, this retains the content (I haven’t read the light novel version, but I guess so, based on the manga …) Although, of the three, the manga is probably the hottest…

If it’s anything like Ishuzoku Reviewers, it desperately needs an uncensored AT-X release.


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for fanservice purposes i hope they keep the pants anatomically accurate, i think i haven’t seen them since makenki.

anti-slavery apologists, yes, it’s the Isekai you’re supposed to attack. there’s the Isekai where slaves are only slaves in name for societal reasons, and then there’s this one so get your guns ready.


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Hmmm, I enjoyed the manga adaptation on scanlator sites enough to buy the originals from Amazon. Looking forward to some visuals, as there is a good difference in art style between the manga and the light novel.

And yes, it will be interesting to see how much fan service survives in the anime adaptation, as well as other content that Snowflakes will find objectionable.


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bisuketto wrote:
The novel was average but a good waste of time when needed.

I expect this will grab the attention of people considering the premise. What people thought Shield Hero was, it actually is. The main character is very supportive of his daughters, but that’s the way it is.

I think people didn’t care, the main reason people were upset was that Raphtalia was a kid and the Malty part coming out at the wrong time. How not to summon a demon lord before Shield Hero and there was no huge backlash.

Anyway, I’ve read a bit of Harem’s Isekai Meikyū and the “slave” system is way better than Shield Hero. For example, if the slave is mistreated, he can leave his owner, and if the owner wants to have sex with his slave, he must obtain the consent of the slave. The only downside is that if the owner dies, the slave dies too. “Slaves” in this world are more indentured servitude than slaves.

One thing that bothers me about these slave tendencies in anime is that it’s a big deal in the early episodes and then they’ll tone it down or make it a non-factor. I have to pay homage to Redo Hero and the assassin anime made by the same person go all the way to their dark element


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Reibubba wrote:

And yes, it will be interesting to see how much fan service survives in the anime adaptation, as well as other content that Snowflakes will find objectionable.

For the manga, I remember an incident for a while when ‘these’ people saw a partial illustration of Sherry in her dark lower body, without showing her head and hands (due to Twitter’s image cropping algorithm), and went really, really crazy , she didn’t have dark skin when they saw her full frame…


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Blanchimont wrote:
Reibubba wrote:

And yes, it will be interesting to see how much fan service survives in the anime adaptation, as well as other content that Snowflakes will find objectionable.

For the manga, I remember an incident for a while when ‘these’ people saw a partial illustration of Sherry in her dark lower body, without showing her head and hands (due to Twitter’s image cropping algorithm), and went really, really crazy , she didn’t have dark skin when they saw her full frame…

Were they mad? The tweets they show in the link were of people joking rather than people being angry. I know when people go crazy about things they wouldn’t use emoticons or memes this was clearly an article trying to push a non-existent reaction pushing the “oh look how these people are going crazy for nothing “


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Replica_Rabbit wrote:

I think people didn’t care, the main reason people were upset was that Raphtalia was a kid and the Malty part coming out at the wrong time. How not to summon a demon lord before Shield Hero and there was no huge backlash.

Admittedly, the timing was particularly bad on Malty’s part, but the “false rape allegations” thing would have been a sticking point pretty much anytime.

How NOT to Summon made a few people nervous about the slave collars, but it would never have caused any major hubbub because the show almost never used that aspect.


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