Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro manga Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-San

Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro

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Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro (Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-San) is a Japanese manga about a young, timid, and socially awkward high school boy and the freshman girl, Nagatoro, who, after discovering the manga he's writing, becomes attracted to him and expresses it by teasing him, flirting with him, and bullying him.


The manga is written and illustrated by 774-Nanashi.[1] It originally appeared as a webcomic series on pixiv on August 16th, 2011[2] (shown below).

先輩!昨日の大会 ございほしだ 応援ありがとう 先輩の前では恥ずかしい格 出来ませんからね。 私、気合入りましたよ。

The webcomic was serialized in Magazine Pocket, an online app for manga, on November 7th, 2017. Its first volume was released in print and digital in March of 2018. As of April 12th, 2018, there have been 12 chapters of the manga released.[3]

Anime Adaptation

On July 2nd, 2020, an TV adaptation of the manga was announced, set to be animated by Telecom Animation Film and produced by Hirokazu Hanai. Sumire Uesaka was cast to voice the titular character.[6]


Online Presence

Please Don't Bully Me, Nagatoro has a page on TV Tropes.[4] According to the page, the manga finds Nagatoro being significantly less cruel to the main character than she is in the original web publication. The manga also has a page on myanimelist where it has a score of 7.60.[5]

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>774 originally created Nagatoro as a pure sadist that loved to physically and mentally torture a guy she had feelings for
>NaruHina was confirmed canon
>774 started making doujins about it
>loves it so much he starts doing nothing but vanilla
>now Nagatoro is completely retooled to be a soft tsundere

So this is the power of vanilla…not bad at all.


So Nagatoro is trending on Twitter right now because of this thread where someone talked about the problems with the show's translation and Crunchyroll's poor history of subtitling shows.

The points he made in the thread started out reasonable enough and had plenty of people agree with him. It's definitely true that Crunchyroll has been making unnecessary changes with their subs. But then he said this.

And he only continued being racist and transphobic, with nothing relating to Nagatoro or the show…

And this caused the thread to blow up and Nagatoro to trend. Now everyone is talking about how the show is handling its subs and if stuff like "sus" is okay or not. And people are also talking about how crazy a ride that thread is.

This is the entire thread and it's all tweets from him, starting with him talking about Nagatoro and proceeding to ramble on about black people and trans people, all because of one word.


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