Not from what I've seen. Just having a number of haters doesn't cut it to say a character was hated or else you'd have to do the same for Japan where she's really popular regardless. >>181355359
No disagreements here.>>181355372
Read again and apply common sense before you try to strawman, THK. There were no specific anti-tsun circlejerk threads with baiting threads like ones you're so fond of making in recent years. The vocal minority of haters that hated on popular tsundere way back then was already established and they did what they are called as, but they are just a minority. >Lucky Star
It's bad to assume things when you weren't there. Case in point, Lucky Channel segment brought discussions regarding a possible change (actually a variant of tsundere). The point of that segment was a parody done ironically considering the female host who is the alternating type. Some haters then tried to used that, but they were like eggs on a rock in the grand scheme of things as hardly anybody called tsundere after LS a modern or classic. There' was only tsundere, just like it was in Japan. It wasn't until 2010's after you came around did the nonsensical modern/classical get forced due to your campaining tactics that flamed any violent tsundere as "modern" despite clasic can be violent too. In the end, you don't even care about such flimsy labels because at the end of the day, you'll still hate on either.>>181355509
Not comparable. Kuroneko might had been more popular during S1, but Kirino was a close second to her still. You can call 49% to 51 a minority since it's less than the latter, but in context the former is by no means not popular. Kirino gradually overtook the fanbase by S2's time for obvious reasons from development to the point about being an imouto who actually loves her onii-chan with incestous inking. >Akifags try to do with Yoshino
It's the opposite. Yoshinofags spammed and shatpost first despite being the minority to begin with.