@jjch102296 said in Make a new topic for each series suggestion!:
@rahul-balaggan still it doesn't make it any less frustrating. I mean if they would notify someone saying a number of votes will get interested and would consider it more likely. Or they would tell us that the novel we want isn't able to be able to license by J-Novel. I am really sorry but I am the impatient type.
They have licensed books that don't even have a suggestion topic, and they have licensed books that have a ton of votes. Nothing you do can guarantee anything from JNC's side, and they oftentimes can't discuss details on their dealings in order to maintain good relationships with LN companies.
novel we want isn't able to be able to license by J-Novel
Frankly, they do tell us this stuff, just not necessarily on the forums. You can follow their Twitter or CuriousCat for these kinds of tidbits. Otherwise, just pay attention to the licensing discussions that have gone on.
I watched the anime on Crunchyroll a few years ago. If you’re looking for a series about art and oddball characters, then this is for you.
I liked the teacher/advisor, she’s really cute, sweet, innocent, and clumsy. The best scene in the anime was when she was trying to wear her old school swimsuit.
I LOVE this manga! I'd love to read the novels to see more insight into the characters and all. I started reading "Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom" English release and went to check the Japanese manga adaption, but it's too simplified in comparison for me (also getting an anime adaption I heard). As much as I love the manga adaption, I'd love to enjoy the light novel version as well!
This is among my most favorite WN/LN, it has it all. Sensible harem elements that are not overdone, girls actually having reasons for falling for the MC, sword and sorcery world with a hidden sci-fi background, mystery elements, protagonists who hide their strength, traditional school setting with some extreme twists, mecha, wars, airships, bike racing, silver-tongued MC, and generally convention-breaking shenanigans. So I'm really hoping it gets picked up soon by some publisher (hopefully JNC).
Despite ostensibly being about otome games, it's a work targeted at men though (lol). But maybe girls would enjoy Marie's antics too?