What is your review of Haiyore Nyaruko san?

What is your review of Haiyore Nyaruko san?

Nyaruko-san series is probably one of the only series thatis ecchi but can make me laugh to myself like a crazy person while people are around. Then they give you that look because you are laughing to yourself, yeah. Anyway to the review, this is a review for the second series of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san.

Is Nyaruko san based on Cthulhu?

ニャル子さん, Haiyore! Nyaruko-san, lit. Crawl Up! Nyaruko-san), also known as Nyaruko-san: Another Crawling Chaos, is a Japanese light novel series written by Manta Aisora and illustrated by Koin. It was inspired by H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos.

What happened to Nyaruko and Hastur?

Eventually, Nyaruko and two other Lovecraftian creatures, Cthugha and Hastur, end up being freeloaders at Mahiro’s place. Mahiro has become accustomed to his protection detail of Nyarlathotep (Nyaruko), Cthugha, and Hastur making his life fascinating. Haiyore!

What is Nyaruko-san?

The story of Haiyore! Nyaruko-san centers around Nyaruko, a formless Lovecraftian deity of chaos ( Nyarlathotep) who can take on the shape of a seemingly cute silver-haired girl. Mahiro Yasaka is a normal high school boy who is being chased by a fearsome black alien one night, until Nyaruko saves him.

Who is Nyaruko-san?

Haiyore! Nyaruko-san is one of those things. Our story follows Mahiro Yasaka, an ordinary student, until one day he is suddenly attacked by a dangerous monster while walking out in his neighborhood. Just when he is cornered in a dead end street and everything seems lost, he is saved by a silver-haired girl Nyaruko.

Is no Nyaruko san worth watching?

Nyaruko-san stand in the world of Anime in pretty good and balance score, is awesome, worth to watch, memorable, and it’s not boring! It’s totally one of the best anime in 2012 era!

What do you think about the anime Nyarko-san?

Nyarko-san takes the formula and smashes it with a crowbar, excuse me, “unspeakable bar-like thing”. It’s gleefully weird and insane, it’s surprisingly cute at times, it’s filled to bursting with references to anime and toku, and it pretty much never takes itself seriously.