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TheIllIntent

  • Joined Oct 25, 2018
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Life on anime

  • 59 Minutes
  • 15 Hours
  • 6 Days
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Life on manga

  • 45 Minutes
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  • 4 Weeks
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Tenshika11 Sep 16, 2020

Yeah. But in manga she was mean girl turned good. While in anime she´s more like good girl that does find out she can´t get everything she wants. She´s also nicer in the anime since she does not have family and is seen as annoying twin by Riku also she does not have many friends in anime  ( in Episode 17 it is seen but the girls are Riku´s friends and are cluless about Risa´s feelings and troubles). In anime Risa simply does not care about her family in the begining and is popular girl in the school that just wants all popularity to herself. That´s why I really love Risa way more in anime. Also she seeks Dark because of lonelies (similiarly how people fall in love with ficional characters or celebrities) while in manga she simply loves him because she can become more popular haveing boyfriend like him. 

empresssakura565 Aug 31, 2020

hi want to be friends

stardust2222 Aug 14, 2020

nice taste in anime do u love marvel

Tenshika11 Aug 12, 2020

I acually think she´s better in anime (japanese dub only). Because she´s more relateble. She´s a loner, who just badly wants to be loved. In manga she´s the queen bee expecially when it comes to beggining of the series. 

Also in anime she changes a lot while the story progresses, she´s acually the character that grows up the most. 

galpal Aug 8, 2020

I agree 100% I dont by that stokhome symgerome people need to do their research