Kaguya-Sama: Love is War-Ultra Romantic Review

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Kaguya-Sama: Love is War is back.Season 3 restores the popular romantic comedy of the anime back to its original form.This time the series is ultra -romantic.

Here is a short summary of what the series is: At the Shuchiin Academy, the chairman of the Student Council Miyuki Shirogane and vice -chairman Kaguya Shinomiya seem to be friendly colleagues.Kaguya is a rich kid.Miyuki is a wise kid.Besides, he is poor.

Although they secretly like each other, they both refuse to tell each other their feelings.A classic boy-child likes every script.The story talks about their almost daily machinations to force each other to confess their love.

The antics get worse in the third season of Ultra-Romantic.

If you never liked Kaguya-sama: Love is war, nothing this third season will change your opinion.If you like the series, you will love this season.

Kaguya-Sama: Love is War-Ultra Romantic Blossoms

Yes, you are amazing.

You try so hard.

You are the perfect way you are.

This is a quote from the recording of affirmation Miko Lino, a member of the student council who plays during science.All three statements are described by Kaguya-Sama: Love is a war in one aspect.

Kaguya-sama is amazing.The series is so trying to keep the rules that love is war.Ultimately, the series must remember the lesson from the first season – you are the perfect way you are.

Nice and crazy are ongoing from the initial scene.Mainly because he is not honest and honestly expresses his feelings, intentions or thoughts.This series is excited.

Also war.And war requires fraud.Draws, failures and victories are growing due to lies.

For most of the season 3, the only winner of this war seems to be the narrator.

Returning signs.Fans of the cast of the series know and love is here.

The double plot between Ishigami’s desire to confess Tsubame, he is gaining momentum – strangely, faster than the tit and Kaguyi tit.

Feelings are full of this third season.A good thing is that history does not suffer from this.In fact, each character is exaggerated.

The animation is exaggerated, as in previous seasons.”Battle” scenes are filled to the brim with emotions, a well -drawn face facial expressions and an exaggeration that this series is known for displaying every season.

The mundane becomes hyperrealistic to illustrate the point of humanity: we create situations greater than what they are or should be.People blow up things disproportionately.

Hell starts carelessly

One of the heroes asks among the recent pranks of Fujiwary in the last quarter of the season: Does hell start so casually?If love is a war, as Kaguya-sama assumes, then the war begins casually.

Finally, we get insight in the beginning of the infatuation of Shirogane Kaguya.Retrospection reveals some of the Shirogane uncertainty associated with being a poor child at school for rich kids.Then, amazed at the determination and will of Kaguya.I think most people have experienced something similar in life – whether at school or in adulthood.

This configuration of love for war is the epitome of the ending song/credit for the series – a literal battle to reach a loved one.In this case, the Kaguya-shirogane pair is described.

“Each festival can be enough with a bit of confusion,” Shirogane chants when the mundane chaos floods the school and its celebrations.

The clashes between Shinomiya and Shirogane make love a war, love is a war.This is the heart of the series.Skirmishes make the series great.It was a great comfort when season 3 returned to the basics.It almost removes unwanted subversions in the season 2. In short, season 3 is season 2, which we should get – fools and so on.

Beautiful lies


Better not pretend?




It’s a lie.Nobody will ever love you if you don’t act.You have to surround and hide your weakness and ugliness within this act, otherwise you will not be loved … There is no way that anyone will love you as you are.


It’s not true.

This interaction in episode 2 during the “network event” at the Karaoke bar is a key pillar where Kaguya-Sama: Ultra Romantic is built this season.

Season 3 does not waste time on the sections of fluff.He develops a story as a paper and focuses on its strongest points: love battle, crazy and exaggerated reactions.What helps is a combination of ordinariness and absurdity in the series.This mixture intensifies the madness present in Japanese animation.

No anime led me to tears with laughter as much as Kaguya-Sama: Love is War-Ultra Romantic.There are no handful this season.

Regardless of whether it’s about bad rap, poorly interpreted situations or antics, these motifs are the building blocks of the finals of the season.Established great moment.

The sounds of the war

Kaguya-Sama: Love is War always had catchy music.Season 3 is not different.There is no gloomy music here.In the introduction and ending there are lively pop songs on love.At the beginning, Masayuki Suzuki – Giri Giri Feat Suu, you’ll nod your head, even if you don’t understand a single word sung.

Oteage performed by Airi Suzuki is an optimistic pop song with a similar sound to previous opening and ending songs.

Both songs blend well at the beginning and ending accordingly.

Final fight

Kaguyi-sama three season is to watch.In particular, this season contains everything that Kaguya-Sama does great.For me personally, Kaguya-Sama is the only series in which he laughs a lot, some tears and leaves me guessing to the very end.

Is it an attempt to destroy a classmate’s relationship, learning how to rap, whether to wonder if you should reveal your real self or continue to act-Kaguya-Sama: Love is War-Ultra Romantic is a mountain queue of emotions.

I didn’t think the series would make such a feat.But here we are.And I think it’s best.The series remains carefree when it delves into the deeper topics of life without hitting the audience with a system of beliefs.

PS Never forget about the reading confirmation system.It can destroy relationships.Regardless of your social class.Beware.

My name is R.T.Reid.I love anime, technology and writing.To this day, I regret that the second part of Death Note did not exist.