Its with this chapter that i give up.

After reading for 3 chapters, it doesn’t take an IQ above 300 to tell whats going on exactly. This series, in my opinion, has two goals in mind.

The First is to try to build characters that you would enjoy seeing. While a series can’t live off great characters alone, it does help a series. Keisuke and Makura are both very likable, and are a bit less bland then when the series started.

They really are likable characters. They just need a better plot.

The Second… is to out due Kenichi in Fan Service.

The Return... of DAT ASS!

This series has alot of fanservice and it doesn’t hide it. And while in Kenichi, where its just appeasing its male audience with it, Pajama na Kanojo seems more a series aimed to a female demographic, so… why? Ok i get it, WSJ is a magazine aimed at younger boys, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have stories that aim to the opposite sex. No one ever said a girl can’t like One Piece. So the fanservice really makes no sense. And to have it while pushing, what should be, a fairly innocent plotline, mixing sleeping beauty with modern day, just feels jarring and unnecessary.

This couldn't be more disney unless next chapter, Keisuke turns into a big hairy beast... or goes through puberty, same thing.

We also should talk about Shirai, who turns out in this chapter to be the granddaughter of the sleep specialist. Now the point of her is basically to be the second love interest, a role common in most romance manga. The only problem is that i can’t see her hooking up with Keisuke in any way. The relationship between Keisuke ans Makura has been built up in a way that it’s feels impossible that another woman could steal Keisuke away. So, what role does she really serve?

You were expecting, actual love interest?

Ok, one last thing i need to talk about for this chapter, and i would ask you read this next page closely, cause if you think about it long enough, it will hurt you like it did me.

Read the bottom part, and name the plot hole.

Do you see the plot hole here? Shall i say it? Ok i will.

How does nobody notice the random invisible person eating food, or why Keisuke’s parents don’t question why there are more dishes than normal to wash, or the bath tub still full after everyone is done bathing. Also, how is it that this “Ghost” gets hungry? This plot is slowly starting to make no sense while explaining nothing. And all we can hope is to get is a exposition dump from the sleep specialist.