My Little Sister Can Read Kanji Vol 1
(The following is written with a bit tongue in cheek.)
Ever wonder what future does the Moe genre holds? 僕の妹は漢字が読める has offer us a glimpse of that future, just as how ‘1984’ offered us a glimpse of what society can become, should we let ourselves get a bit too overboard.
The year is 2202, and the 200 year war is finally over. Moe, a narrow sub culture started in the early 21st century, has won its war against classical literature. As ‘1984’ said, ‘Those who control the future controls the past, and those who control the present controls the past,’ moe literature (to be more exact, imouto literature) has become a synonym for literature, and has erase all traces of old Japanese literature. Fanservice is seen as essential in any composition. Kanji is deemed needlessly complex and replaced with an Hiragana. Novels are sprinkled with symbols such as ☆, ！, @ .