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Hayate no Gotoku! 293

[scanlation by reddevilshn]

First page of the chapter and Hayate is already in a maid costume. This bodes well. The comedy between Hayate and Kotetsu is always great, mainly because Kotetsu is such a blatant pervert regardless of the fact that Hayate is a guy.

What exactly is he hoping to catch a glimpse of?

Another flash of this picture of the “28th”. The plot is certainly moving. Meanwhile, the small insights we’re getting into the world of doujinshi and doujin-cons is pretty interesting. Nagi certainly seems to be in a better mood. The Hayate-Girl (not to be confused with Hayate dressed as a girl) is back, and she’s… wearing a mascot costume? Fair enough. Whatever it takes to get her into the focus of things, I’m game.

The mark of an important, serious character

Things are looking up for Nagi. It looks like she’s going to be able to pull out of this, after seeing people enjoying manga she feels like she could stack up against. It was an excellent move to bring her into the world of amateur doujinshi, she’s definitely going to be a natural at writing manga for something like this.

Oh no. Right when things were going well, it looks like we have a new antagonist, someone appropriate for this doujinshi-based arc. Nagi’s empassioned speech shows she has her spirit back. And am I mistaken, or is that our Hayate-Girl-in-mascot-costume spying on the goings-on at Nagi’s table? Based on her reactions to the disparaging comments and the fact she’s presumably disguised herself, I don’t feel it’s a stretch to guess that she’s the author of the Dolphin circle that Nagi and Chiharu are selling, which cements her as… being on a level with Nagi in terms of her manga? Nevertheless, it means Chiharu knows this girl, and ties her closer into the plot.

At the very end, shocking twist. Housen is back, and she’s standing over where Hayate’s photoshoot is. Something ominous is about to occur.

Final Flash: A few bits of good comedy, but mostly some very solid plot progression and a good recovery so far for Nagi.

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