Zero no Tsukaima (ゼロの使い魔, The Familiar of Zero)
Series review by 恋愛_ing
Genre: Romcom, harem, slapstick (bring in the whip), historical fiction, fantasy
If I have to mention beforehand, it is that, thanks to this series (or rather, the author’s death), I do feel twice shy about MF Bunko J. So near to the end, but never made it.
This series was one of the pioneers that kickstarted the first wave of massive interest in LN to anime adaptations (along with Haruhi, Shana, and to a lesser extent, Index, which only took off much later in my opinion). The main charm of this series, of course, is that Japan LOVES their loli flat-chested tsunderes.
However, the reason I chose a dead author’s work as review this time is because while it may or
may not continue, I do wish to make a recommendation of this series. (I can see the ending). It’s like doing a little bit of a walk down memory lane, and with all the stories about reincarnating into an alternative world, I do want to add another into that category
Well, this being me, I’ll try my best to abstain from the snark when making the recommendation.