But she decides that she wants to marry Rito in order to stay on Earth.
Commander Zastin has been ordered to bring Lala back and has already battled Rito.
I believe it's largely due to the fact that the manga itself hasn't been officially licensed in North America.
If there was a distributor willing to buy the rights to the manga automatically translating this story for English-speaking fans, then will that be a step towards us seeing the anime finally getting a dub (if sales go well that is)?
Based on the ecchi (pervy) To-Love-Ru series (specifically To-Love-Ru Darkness), the story revolves around protagonist Yuuki Rito loosing his memories due to a mishap.
Momo, the seductive younger sister of Lala (who fully intends to take advantage of Rito's lost memories)? Run, Lala's old friend and idol singer/actress who nurses a crush on Rito herself?
He reports to the emperor that Rito would be suited to marry Lala, after hearing Rito, who was actually defending himself instead of Lala, say that marriage is impossible unless it is with the person you love.
Lala truly falls in love with Rito and decides that she wants to marry Rito after hearing what he said.
For a while I've been looking into Kentaro Yabuki and Saki Hasemi's manga and anime "To Love-Ru" and its sequel "To Love-Ru Darkness".
I notice how popular it has become among fans but I can't understand why the anime hasn't had an English dub as of yet.
Rito is a high-school boy who just can't confess to the girl of his dreams, Haruna-chan.