Is IT 2 worth watching

TsundereHeart said:
^ Does SAO add yaoi to its long list of fetishes covered?

Like lolis, harem, vanilla, NTR, rape, tentacles, incest, etc.?

I'm legitimitely curious


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No it doesnt add any of that haha but its actually a more dark narrative/ realistic one than all the other arcs. the boy pictured is Euego, Kirito's best friend. Euego is actually really good as a MC in this arc.

ISSEIxRIASx4EVER said:
I mean i know not everybody likes the same things but why do so many people hate SAO? obviously its not the best anime but still anytime someone mentions SAO theres always a huge fight about it.
People dont like others to have a differing opinion than theirs. Judge shows by yourself not off of others, thats the best advice one can give.

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I Know this sounds off topic But I just want to say that a lot of people are shallow and don't give characters like Haruyuki the time of day if they aren't as perfect as Kirito or Tatsuya, even more so if he's fat or whiny. Since most people who drop Accel World because of Haruyuki do so in episode 1, their opinions of him are forever negative and unchanging. They refuse to give him a chance to prove his worth because he doesn't fit their existing schema of what it means to be strong or cool.
Haruyuki truly is an amazing person, something only Kuroyukihime is really able to see. He's gone through a lot of crap in his life regarding his parent's divorce and never seeing them, and being bullied on a constant basis, but he's a smart, kind person, and values his friends above all else. When Kuroyukihime first meets him, his confidence is so low and he was the epitome of pathetic, but she saw the value in him that no one else could.