The Manga Adaptaton of LN#1 (#1 as in Complete the Triptych)
Not Actually An Imouto Harem
Now With Less Laborious Lecturing
Fall In Love All Over Again
Ironically No Anime Adaptation
Complete the Triptych
My Frenchman Will Be Pleased (Reference to The Obra Dinn)
It's Definitely Not Stocks
Abe's Last-Ditch Solution
I have no clues on the Light Novels, however
4. Fall in Love All Over Again might be Black Summoner. The protagonist has a summoning agreement with the deity that oversee's those summoned/reincarnated from a different world. According to the deity, the summoner confessed his love to her, but agreed to have his memory wiped in order to obtain more power. He supposedly said he would fall in love with her again even without his memories. The deity agreed and the protagonist needs to become powerful enough to be able to summon her and is anxiously awaiting his second confession.
2. Not Actually An Imouto Harem might be Murabito Tensei: Saikyou no Slow Life. This is a little bit of a stretch though.
@terrence said in Department of Nerdly Affairs Podcast - Guest Sam Pinansky:
Maybe he wants some physical Rokujouma too? That series is so long, you'd almost have to Omnibus it if you wanted to catch up (are the volumes short enough to Omnibus together in sets of 3 like Katanagatari?).
Anything's short enough to omnibus if you're willing to have a big enough book. ;) Rokujouma is on the short side, though, or it is as far as I've gotten (through volume 15 so far). Three volumes together would generally be shorter than two volumes of Realist Hero or Smartphone.
@sinnoaria that’s fair. We had 2 week free trial for anyone to use, and 25% off premium credits, which will probably help those who fell behind catch up. Not to mention the numerous new novels and manga coming this month and last.
@drone205 said in Justus R Stone Light Novel Podcast: Index Podcast is Live!:
I think one thing that can be talked about in the LN podcasts are foreshadowing and fan theories. This can even be something you do as you talk about each volume individually of what was foreshadowed (or possible foreshadowing) were in each volume.
We're recording an episode on Katanagatari next Tuesday (it won't go up for a bit though), so maybe we'll get a chance to do this. =]
Fan theories I avoid because, well, I don't read many fanslations, and a lot of fans do to come up with stuff. I could do my own personal predictions.
@rahul-balaggan said in Light Novel Collection & Haul:
@terrence no pic, you deceived me now i will never know what your haul is.
Ah, did it disappear. I'll re-add it.
There you go. One of the titles I bought to read before April.
I can just imagine how that felt. I love Neechu, but didn't have any history with it besides after I found out about it here.
That author has written a few other things since, so I hope we see more of them someday. =)
Went back to that list today. A few ones I really want on there:
Crest of the Stars (anything Space Opera esque I'd like, which I think that is).
And obviously the newer one by the Konosuba author (Combatants will be dispatched) along with his Konosuba spin-offs.
@smiley_101 said in What Other Light Novels Are You Reading?:
I still gotta take a look at Tanya. Book #2 is one of the most imposing LN volumes size wise I hear.
Reading Mommy Isekai. It's kind of fun to have a "Beta Testing" story for comedic purposes instead of the "fully fleshed out realistic world that has no flaws". It'd be nice if we run into glitches at some point. x)