Proactive as usual, Yuru Yuri’s deservingly famed artist, Namori, has released an illustration to coincide with the latest episode of Yuru Yuri’s second season – an artwork highlighting all the odd sister characters.
While time on the screen varied, one will thankfully have at least managed to become acquainted with each of these rather intriguing females – of whom incidentally, it’s the two lolis, the youngest of them all with hair blue, as well as the Sakurako imouto, who happen to carry the highest degree of sanity. It seems that within the world of Yuru Yuri, a girl can merely aspire to become a yuri craving lunatic upon her transition into puberty.
Sitting in center, it’s the most senile of the yuri crew, sister or otherwise – she’s apparently a wonderful onee-sama, or so says the pink-haired submissive besides her, Chinachu’s elder sister who has a raging compassionate lust for Akkarin’s bishoujo rendition. To the right of them both, there sits the drooling megane equipped creature who shares kinship with the other megane of the series – and in her arms, there is the innocent blue-haired loli who acts as a subordinate to the highly lauded oppai.
Across, there is the other pure maiden child – a loli who has been bestowed with the holy role of imouto towards the character given the roles of mid-daughter, and medium protagonist, the hater of oppai, Sakurako. And most interesting of all, there is the Sakurako adult version sitting as well – who despite her slender and cute appearance, has a demeanor which seems unfriendly and vicious, perhaps stemming as result of being deprived of mammy glands for so many years.
Quite a unique assembly all in all – and it can simply be hoped that they receive recurring appearances from here and onward, lest their introduction go in vain.