Too Many Losing Heroines
Make Heroine ga Oosugiru
Comedy, Romance, Harem, School Life
Number of Volumes
1 (To be released in July)
One day I, Kazuhiko Ichinomizu, the background character of our class, witnessed the rejection of the popular girl, Anna Hanami.
“Aren’t you being awful, you said you were going to marry me!”
“How old were we when I said that?”
“I was 4 or 5 years old.”
“Well, that’s a no-can-do.”
This was the beginning of a new wave of heroines, girls that have a past of defeat (as in rejected), including Yakiyotaru-sama from the track and field club and Tomari Chika from the literature club.
“Kazuhiko-kun. There are two types of girls. Childhood friends or thieving cats.”
“I see, well that’s a bold statement.”
There’s a fortune for those who shine only after losing. Losing Heroines— The curtain to the mysterious coming-of-age story “Makeine”, opens now! (Animecorner)
The entire concept of this series has really interested me, a romcom featuring a harem of losing heroines (girls who had already been rejected), could be brutal, putting them back in a love battle only to be rejected again, could be really fun.
@facelessone yeah this sounds interesting. I love when light novels change up the genre conventions. A harem of "loosing" heroines is a neat concept
Cover illustration for volume 2, releasing November 18th
Seems interesting, I'd check it out.
This looks super cute. Or maybe its just the tomboy on Volume 2s cover.
Anyways, this seems like a fun read.
After the disaster that was OsaMake, I really need this to be good.
@paulnamida Don't worry, from what I've read, I don't think it's going to be a disaster like OsaMake was.