Miss Kobayashi Dragon Maid Causes Controversy on Twitter

A few months ago when the first trailer for Miss Kobaysashi Dragon Maid was released. A new character, Iruru was introduced to the series but some fans on social media didn’t liked how her body proportions were unrealistic.

It was a matter of time that this issue once again causes some sort of controversy on Twitter. After episode 2 premiere, a twitter user @kuresome shared a gif in which Iruru tries to seduce to Kobayashi (thinking that she is a man) and in a matter of minutes started getting negative comments about the anime.

Several users commented that they are removing the series from their watchlist after this scene. Some even commented that first season of the series was so good but it looks like they won’t watch second season. Here are some of the top comments:

Welp, the wholesomeness was nice while it lasted, welcome to fanservice junction…

Wait is this actually in the show? How did they get away with this if it is

this is why people hate anime

erasing my entire exitance in 2019 and removing all memories of watching dragon maid after seeing this

This anime used to be enjoyable to watch now it’s just tasteless fan service.

Kinda upset dragon maid does shit like this because the show had a good concept, cast animation, it honestly had a decent amount of stuff going for it, then it just got fuckin weird

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is the first KyoAni project after 2019 arson attack where more than 39 people lost their lives.

Synopsis

Miss Kobayashi is the average office worker who lives a boring life, alone in her small apartment, until she saves the life of a dragon in distress. The dragon, named Tohru, has the ability to magically transform into an adorable human girl (albeit with horns and a long tail!), Who will do anything to pay her debt of gratitude, whether Miss Kobayashi likes it or not. . With a very persistent and loving dragon as a roommate, nothing is easy, and Miss Kobayashi’s normal life is about to end!

Source: Twitter

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