Pixiegate Madoka

Pixiegate Madoka Does a Gamergater have what it takes to be part of Japan s worst magical girl squad Fuck no Julian Argento is a socially awkward Reddit obsessed nerd about to start his junior year of high school He

  • Title: Pixiegate Madoka
  • Author: Michael Sean LeSueur
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Does a Gamergater have what it takes to be part of Japan s worst magical girl squad Fuck no Julian Argento is a socially awkward, Reddit obsessed nerd about to start his junior year of high school He finds his foreign exchange program request to Japan has been approved, and he ll be joined by an almost perfect dream girl that looks just like his crush Jennifer LawrencDoes a Gamergater have what it takes to be part of Japan s worst magical girl squad Fuck no Julian Argento is a socially awkward, Reddit obsessed nerd about to start his junior year of high school He finds his foreign exchange program request to Japan has been approved, and he ll be joined by an almost perfect dream girl that looks just like his crush Jennifer Lawrence That is, until he enters the wrong transfer rocket and is sent to Urobochi High, academy for Magical Girls He is assigned to the kitchen appliance squad, and he must learn to be good hearted, maintain friendships, and spread love in order to become a true Magical Girl all while stopping his psychotic sister and her sea punk boyfriend from destroying Japan with their dark powers Shouldn t be too hard After all, he s a nice guy

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    1. Pixiegate Madoka – Michael Sean LeSueurThis is a brave novella, as brave as Japanese porn. Wait, let me explain that. Japanese porn doesn't deal in shame. It just doesn't exist. You have fantasies about tentacles – good for you, second shelf. You like cartoon characters – excellent, try the whole third floor. Foot fetish – no problem. Into facials – brilliant, but you'll have to be more specific we cater to a lot of different tastes here. Michael's Pixiegate Madoka is the bizarro equiv [...]

    2. This was one of my favourite concepts from the 2015/2016 batch of New Bizarro Author Series books. I should have bought this book sooner. I read it in a day or two. And I should have done a damn review by now. So here it is. If a heartfelt anime-infused bizarro story about a gamergater who winds up at a school for magical girls doesn't sell you, this book probably isn't for you.If the idea does grab you though, the narrative and the execution is done really well. I loved the themes and moral dil [...]

    3. It is unfortunate that i did not enjoy Pixiegate Madoka nearly as much as I had hoped. It is even more unfortunate that I am afraid that the book has a painfully narrow audience. Between the excessiveness of the violence and fetishism in the book, and the heavy anime and Japanese cultural influences- right down to language usage- there will be a lot of people that just don't get it.That being said, I hope that LeSueur continues to write and learn from the experience, as I believe that with exper [...]

    4. This is the worst Bizarro book I have ever laid eyes on. What the hell kind of ending was that, with the guy doing major prison time and getting ass raped by his cellmate for what? Looking up leaked nudes of celebrities? And he resigns himself to the rape, as if it's a proportionate sentence or something. What a milquetoast viewpoint.

    5. 3.5 Stars Despite the cardboard characters, Pixiegate Madoka is a fun and colorful ride you won’t regret getting on. Anime and manga fans especially should pick this up.FULL REVIEW

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