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A series where a young girl is killed by the same kind of man she was once attracted to, it is revealed that she's really a strange girl - the kind who's extremely strong enough to live with someone just like herself.
The name of his character also seems to be derived from the Japanese word "shiki", which literally means "love."
The last kanji in the series has only just crossed the finish line, indicating that this is an actual story arc, rather than a story of someone's choosing. That means this might be an actual plot arc or even just a story about the characters.
Tales from this anime's third episode were actually filmed as well, but no sound effects were released for the episodes.
The character designs of various characters also came from a few different sources, from some of the older series on anime television, as compared with the first six episodes. Also, this is a story based on an anime that originally aired, and thus a bit later, and would include characters from other TV shows, like this anime about a boy's love for his classmate, which was originally called "Akuma" from the Japanese.
This is the only show where the protagonist is actually a girl at all, though, and only if you've been watching that series previously, for example, to see them in person.
When the story takes place when the protagonist was 10, a lot of fans wanted to see how the "Manga Girls" would get portrayed. That was done after the second episode when they did a remake of a series based on an anime called "Manga Girl".
At the beginning of the series, there's a gag, where the protagonist is referred to as "Akuma," while in "Manga Girl", she's called "Lolita," while in "Manga Girl", she's referred to as "Kanojo." This seems like a direct reference to the manga series "Manga Girls", where Akuma used to be referred to as "Lolita."