At the end of the 5th episode of A Sister’s All You Need, Kenjiro told Itsuki some great advice – his novel is becoming an anime! This is one of the best achievements for a novelists, and Itsuki couldn’t be more happy.
The 6th episode starts off with a business meeting between Itsuki, Kaiko (a rising and amazing manga illustrator), and their respective agents. To Itsuki’s elation, Kaiko seems like the perfect fit for the job.
To celebrate Itsuki’s achievement, he and all of his closest friends and colleagues have a fun picnic together.
Nayuta is a little jealous that Itsuki will be working with a girl illustrator.
Kenjiro is demanding yet very happy for his novelist.
As Chihiro walks home, Setsuna, a manga artist and friend of Itsuki, sees “him” from behind. And, to the viewer’s embarrassment, Setsuna becomes infatuated with Chihiro’s..um…rear.
Today was also a very important day for Haruto, as his own anime (based off his novel) is airing that evening for the first time! To pass the time before the anime aires, the four friends play another game together.
And it’s show time! The anime is finally here. Positive social media comments start to roll in. But, after a minutes in, the sentiment turns for the worse. The anime is a flop! And negative remarks flood Haruto’s feeds.
As with every endeavor, success is not always guaranteed.
Haruto won’t give. A novelist can’t give up!
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