Quite simply To Love-ru is an ecchi filled romance with some complexities and makes quite an entertaining read either for the ecchi or for the complex romance.
Length: 162 chapters in 18 volumes (yet a surprisingly fast read)
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Ecchi, Sci-Fi, Harem, School
So the main character Rito Yuuki who from the beginning is in love with Sairenji Haruna a classmate. Then suddenly a princess from the planet Deviluke, Lala, appears naked in his bathtub. This is where the story begins and when you look past all the ecchi it actually becomes a pretty interesting story of Haruna and Lala competing for Yuuki's love. More characters are added To Yuuki's harem over the chapters and he always manages to get himself in sexual predicaments with them (classic). Oh yeah there's some more plot elements too but I'll leave them for you to find yourself if you end up reading it
Ending (no spoilers)
The ending of this series pissed me off, the lead up to the ending was terrific but the conclusion to the love triangle (probably more like a bloody hexagon) was just lame. I personally didn't know which girl I wanted Yuuki to end up with, some of my favorite characters were the type who had no chance of being the final girl for Yuuki but somehow that felt fine, the competition between Lala and Haruna was complicated enough with them both wanted to best for the other as well as themselves. I may have preferred Haruna as a character to Lala but the relationships were well constructed and I still could not decide on who to ship. Thus I found myself wanting the manga to make a decision for me... It didn't.
I actually found it kinda hard to find some good pages to share here, oh well.
|Plenty to appeal to a siscon too :$|
Yes, there's more characters but I'm having a lapse of ability to find any good pages, sorry.
It's hard to rate a manga like this because it's stupid and merely fanservice on the top but beneath all that there's a bit of seriousness. However the nonending sucked and I think I'll give it.
(remembering that I'm easily pleased and specifically like the romance comedy genre)