Franxx 16: Fatoshi marks out as Milkman pies Koko AND ships Hiro

By John Miller

Sunday the 6th of May 2018


The writers of Melrose Place in Space know what their audience wants, and it’s not giant robots. Relationship drama is back on the menu, and if you thought Cartoon Girls was gay this week then wait until you get a load of these faggots. I like the part where Fatoshi is always crying. So naturally I dropped some Prince over that.

So currently the confirmed hot power couples on DITF are (in no particular order): Milkman and Hiro (Milkro), Milkman and Kokoho (Milkoho), Hiro and Zero Tsu (Hiro Tsu), Zero Tsu and Miku (Zero Ku), and finally Kokoho and Miku (Kokoku).

The big winner this week was Miku, after Milkman failed hard at heterosexuality on Koko. Most rampant award goes to Zero Tsu, who progressed to hand-holding with Hiro and ran all the bases with Miku.

There was a cheeky wink in the ED to the favourite head-canon power couple of the Darlingshit Universe , Ichigo and Glasses Girl. They may have a rocky road ahead of them though, with Goro already creeping on Ikuno after being rejected hard several times by Ichigo.

The writers need to death-flag this guy before he vans up. He’s an embarrassment to Incels everywhere. Here’s that new ED though.

I was so engrossed in my cartoon soap opera that I forgot to mash it up with Comic Girls. Here’s a highlight reel of Kaos-chan. Enjoy your Sunday, and don’t forget to go to Church or God will kill you. With full-blown AIDS.

Full disclosure: John Miller’s IRL name is Frank Faulkner. I’m an Aussie who’s keen on Conservative politics, Trump, and the Anime Right. You probably won’t die of AIDS, but you should hang out with Jesus anyway. He misses you, anon.

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