To Love-Ru Censorship Failure: Total Visibility

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To Love-Ru fans may leave their imagination at the door; it is no longer necessary. An enterprising ero-analyst has subjected To Love-Ru to close scrutiny, dissecting each panel and so bringing to light the fact that even in the serialised edition, the manga’s censorship is far less complete than previously thought; far more than mere nipples, airbrushed or no, is in fact plainly discernable…

Before you all rush off to seek out a copy, the sections concerned are reproduced for your inspection below:


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Note the pink section. Our analysis can only suggest there are no pantsu remaining in that area.

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These subtle yet entirely illustrative lines leave us with little doubt as to their intentionality; the only remaining question is whether, now laid bare, these elements will survive into future chapters, or into the compilation edition. I suppose we might also speculate as to whether any of these will find their way into the anime edition, although that seems a scant hope given what has transpired so far… Still, there is always Kanokon.

Consider making a pilgrimage to the study of the great ero-analyst himself; with scholarship like this, his claim to buying three of each volume is all the more believable.

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