Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid Fandom

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Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid Fandom
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Everyone's afraid of things that are different.
Nickname: Miss Kobayashi's Companions
Type: Anime Fandom
Status: Active

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Coolkyoushinja. The series began serialization in Futabasha's Monthly Action magazine in May 2013 and is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. Two spin-off manga, one by Mitsuhiro Kimura and the other by Ayami Kazama, is serialized in Monthly Action. An anime television series produced by Kyoto Animation aired in Japan between January and April 2017. A second anime season has been greenlit. It tells the story of an office worker named Kobayashi who gets greeted by a large dragon right outside her front door. The dragon immediately transforms into a human girl in a maid outfit and introduces herself as Tohru. It turns out that during a drunken excursion into the mountains the night before, Kobayashi had encountered the dragon, who claims to have come from another world. Subsequently, Kobayashi had removed a holy sword from Tohru's back, earning her gratitude. With Tohru having no place to stay, Kobayashi offers to let the dragon stay at her home and become her personal maid, to which she agrees. Despite being efficient at housework, Tohru's unorthodox methods of housekeeping often end up scaring Kobayashi and bringing more trouble than help. Additionally, Tohru's presence attracts other dragons, gods, and mythical beings to her new home. Thanks to the fans because they are the ones giving the series a toxic fandom.

They Started A New Life (That Doesn't Go Well, Of Course). But Why?

  1. Let start things off by saying this important message. Never say you dislike Tohru, Lucoa, and/or Kanna Kamui because they will stampede you like a bunch of angry dragons.
  2. They never shut up about season 2 of the anime. In fact, they treat a possible season 2 like it was a cure for a disease. Listen, people, you do not work for an anime studio and the reason why the hiatus is unknown is because of the death of Yasuhiro Takemoto. Even though the manga is still present.
  3. They take Jamie Marchi way too seriously just because of Quetzalcoatl. Yes, we know that she did ruin Quetzalcoatl by some extent but do you really need to do things like this.
  4. They always ignore that Kanna Kamui is based on the natives of Hokkaido rather than an original character. The same can be said about Lucoa taking the page from the Mesoamerican deity Quetzalcoatl.
  5. Some of the fans also only watched the show/read the manga for the dragons. Uh........ What about Kobayashi?
  6. Some of them would even want to date a dragon (like the ones from this franchise) when it's impossible since dragons do not exist.
  7. They see the anime theme song Aozora no Rhapsody like the national anthem. No wonder you would see YouTube commentors who take their love of the song too seriously. It's fine to like a song, but there is a big difference between liking and exalting.
  8. They use the > symbol to rate anything such as the dragons. Go read the comments here. How immature.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Not all fans act like this since some are mature enough to handle critisim.
  2. Some memes and artwork can still be well exceuted. Especially the artwork for obvious reasons.
  3. Some give Kobayashi a chance to be in the spotlight.
  4. They may have a point about Jamie Marchi since we already mentioned it.
  5. Some of the sane fans don't even lewd Kanna Kamui and Ilulu and focus on whoever's an adult.
  6. They, along with other anime fans, helped KyoAni heal by donating over $2 million to GoFundMe.
  7. They paid respects to Yasuhiro Takemoto who directed the anime.


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