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What the meaning or purpose of this is unknown, however, the official site of Haiyore! Nyaruko, a series renowned for its creeping cuteness, has implemented a sizable solar eclipse in its background artwork.

Again, it is anyone’s guess why this was done – although it’s there, relatively interesting, and the loli appears to be enjoying it to some degree as hinted by her faint and fairly suspicious smile. Actually, Japan is currently readying itself to enjoy a so-called “Ring of Fire” eclipse, and similar commemoration can be seen with Berserk’s official film site as well – however it’s quite intriguing for such a solar event to be utilized in promotions and gags of animation, yet that’s definitely not something one would see often, if at all, with Western media properties.

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