Itsuki is one step closer to realizing his manga dreams in episode 9 of A Sister’s All You Need! Itsuki meets with Kenjiro to see the first iteration of his manga’s illustrations.
They look great, until…
Oh no! The manga looks different that Itsuki’s novel. The illustrator has…clothed the little sisters in the intimate scenes. They’re still wearing underwear!!
Kaiko Mikuniyama is, in fact, an underwear aficionado.
Kaiko and Itsuki passionately fight in front of their agents regarding the depiction of Itsuki’s novel. Both sides don’t budge.
Just then, Setsuna knocks on Itsuki’s door and, after hearing about the current predicament, demands that he be the illustrator for Itsuki’s novel.
It’s settled. Setsuna and Kaiko will have a drawing duel to determine who is the illustrator. Let’s battle!
Kaiko dons a pair of panties when she draws, which were cleverly disguised as a hair ribbon.
After a great fight from both sides, it’s decided, Kaiko will continue as the illustrator. Setsuna’s art work was wonderful, but Kaiko’s felt more like a complete manga, whereas Setsuna’s work felt more like a drawing.
After witnessing such beautifully drawn underwear, Itsuki now becomes infatuated with underwear as well. This does not bode well with Nayuta ^.^
At the end of the episode, the next iteration of the manga has arrived. And looking it over, Itsuki couldn’t be more ecstatic! It’s perfect in every way!
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