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Having long-met their quota of generic roles to fill, Kyoto Animation has decided to go the length of offering special service – providing a handful of new trope characters for upcoming slice of life Tamako Market.

The newcomers include a loli light music club member, a blonde bishounen, as found in every Kyoto Animation series, and finally, a timid megane girl – the latter-most being the least interesting as her one-shot role is sure to be forgettable, as were all the previous reserved megane girls to come before her. It would be quite nice if Kyoto Animation ever decided to vary their characters at least beyond the stereotypical assembly they copy and paste in every series – although if one has been holding their breath for such a thing, it’s time to hold the funeral.


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