Hey /a/ whens the last time you cried during an anime or manga and why?
>crying to comics and cartoons for children
what a bunch of little girls
A few months ago when I was watching Space Brothers, the part where
Hibito is about to suffocate on the moon, then the Brian oxygen machine thing saved him. Holy fuck man, I was so happy.
This episode, man.
I cry at least once during most anime cause I am a huge baby
I actually don't remember the last time I cried a lot, I think it was at least a month ago. It might've been when I was rewatching the last episode of Code Geass
>decided to read Yotsubato! for the first time yesterday.
>enjoyed it a lot
>got sad because I realized I'll never have a child.
No idea why but this scene made me shed a few tears. I hate abandonment in any media, and this show makes me ;_;
The show looks like typical moeblob. Is it actually suffering?
I thought it'd be chuuni girls pretending to be heroes, but it turned out to be a great mahou shoujo anime. The latest episodes have been non-stop suffering.
>went to watch this in the cinemas with a friend
>cried at the end
First anime I ever watched. Best so far, too. Although, I've only seen 4.
>I thought it'd be chuuni girls pretending to be heroes, but it turned out to be a great mahou shoujo anime. The latest episodes have been non-stop suffering.
Guess I'll pick it up then.
>The anime/Manga/LN you enjoy will never get an ending
It's really too bad that Kishi had to bring him back to life. It would have been one of my my favorite death scene.
Probably my re-read of Kurosawa a few months back.
Currently watching SB, almost read your spoiler like an idiot.
Just started the moon part now, the bit before where
Mutta is accepted as an astronautmade me tear up a bit. Even though it was expected, the scene and emotions were really well done.
There's not really a merit in crying on a tearjerker anime/manga.
There's merit on a drama so well thought that you can't help but put yourself on the shoes of the characters.
>Kamachi.exe will stop working in your lifetime
Some of the serious arcs in Gintama were really tear-jerky. Like the arc about Okita and his sister.
have you read Shin Kurosawa?
the image is from akagi's death, it was awful (and marvelous) to see him in such state
This was a good one, the art was nice too.
I don't cry often.
Last time was when I watched Steins;Gate for the first time, and
right before Okabe undid the final Dmail Kurisu came in to tell him she loves him, and then he just wakes up on the couch with that defeated music playing and asks who lab member 004 is[/spoiler
I teared up at that. Thank god for the last episode.
I've teared up at so many things in animu. I lost count.
Amagami SS and plus. Holy shit I cried out of enjoyment and happiness.
I've cried at the endings of so many shows. Self sacrifice endings, resolution, love endings.
The ending to oh my goddess movie. Jesus Christ the bitch tears. Toradora, Golden Times, Valvrave
too many to list
The second I finished it my mom called me down for dinner. I couldn't even enjoy my feels or my dinner. I had to immediately switch back to normal (can't let my mom see that I was so affected by Chinese girl cartoons).
But seriously, this fucking ending.
I got a friend to read Hoshi no Samidare and I decided to reread it a bit myself.
I remember watching this slightly drunk. Holy shit, never again.
I shed 2 or 3 tears when this happened.
Also, the part right before that kinda gets to me, where he's giving his final speech and he sounds like he's the most relieved man in the world, but you know deep down when he talks about the people he's "had to sacrifice", he's talking about her and it's killing him.
Okabes voice acting is seriously top tier.
I only recently watched this, what a scene
re-read some Umineko scenes of the magic ending
This will never fail to bring out the tears
seeing old akagi always was kind of sad. When he was winning he was steamrolling and he was bored. When he got defeated he understands his time is over.
I never did but I never was as close to it as when this happened.
The fucking eggs, man.
Because it'll never happen to me.
pls kill me already
I thinks me means the shitty greyscale, poor subtitle and the fact that it would work better as non-animated picture than animated picture due its short loop.
Especially the last part considering tumblr has a hardon for animating pictures that barely move.
Watching YYY is suffering
This was really sad too.
For me what was really sad was when
Yang died, it hit especially hard because he had just gotten married too.
Most recent was Zeta. I was not prepared for the slaughter that were those last few episodes.
Call me a faggot but when Euphy died I cried a bit. I didn't like her, or really like Suzaku, but they loved each other. That's the part that got me.
Some manga I forgot the name of with this milf teacher and some underage b& wolf student, the milf bitch was getting ahego gang raped by some gang and I thought it was sad but I was fapping furiously hard.
I'm such a faggot today I cry even watching K-on
>eyes are getting moist
>come on man, it's just a cartoon.
>Kanon starts airing
>cute girl, tragic past, really sad
>feel like crying
>new girl, even more tragic than the previous
>feel like crying
>oh dear god whyyyyy
>not going to cry, goodamnit
>"this'll probably be another 'Look at this cute puppy, watch as we kick the puppy' anime."
>feel nothing at all.
This. I didn't cry, but it's the closest I've gotten in a while.
I started tearing up just looking at this picture when I went to choose it.
Spirit Circle. Hoshi no Samidare got me hard too. Mizukami's really good at tugging at your heart.
Last time I cried in general was watching
Tears for days. feels great when he starts to have someone believe in him
Didn't cry, but I did sink into a deep depression for a week until he turned out to be fine next episode. I think it cushioned the blow of his actual death, so it wasn't as bad, but the closure from the OVA made it all okay.
>tfw you'll never be better or even as good as the people who are just naturally talented at what you love
It's normal to cry during K-On, it's so beautifully sincere and cute.
Onnanoka ga shinu hanashi, aka A Story Where a Girl Dies.
I don't really have the words to describe the feeling of emptiness and desolation of heart that I got from imagining a child accepting that their life was going to end and the only solace they had was hoping people would remember them. How unfortunately real that situation was. It gutted me.
I haven't cared about death for a very long time, but that made me wonder again.
Yes it is, because it requires that little of an effort on the part of the one who requests it. If you needed to ask that and why is it a bad thing, then lurk more or fuck off!
I don't cry much with anime or manga now days but I do get sad and depressed as FUCK. But when I was a kid this really made me tear up, the music is what fucking destroys me even today I get teary when I hear it.
The only reason you don't think spoonfeeding is so bad is because we fight it so hard. Go check out anime gif threads in /wsg/--200 posts with 30 gifs and 170 assholes begging for sauce isn't uncommon.
Back on topic: I didn't cry for everything, but a good ending to a series (even a short one) leaves me feeling bitter-sweet and a little lonely. It's similar to when someone I'm close to but not necessarily best friends with moves away or something.
Has to be Trigun: Maximum when
Which gods must I pray to get get a anime adaption for it?
You motherfuckers do this shit on purpose, I swear.
Pull some fucking proper nouns from the dialogue and put manga after it in a google search, read a little--maybe even open a link or two--and you'll get sauce. Remember that next time.
Dad died young, mother became alcoholic Had to look after her throughout childhood turned 18, mother had been diagnosed with cancer while half drunk it's been months and i've been looking after her on my own since we're poor pick up little busters in my spare time since i had gotten into vns finished refrain
Couldn't stop sobbing the rest of the night. Best years of my life are passing me by and there's nothing I can do about it. What made it all the worse is I'll never get a friend group like that who made memories as happy looking.
>asking a title is as bad as /r/ing a torrent link or a recs. list
>Look at me, I'm /a/n /a/non now =3
Togame admits to Shichika that she was just using him and was planning to kill him after everything was done. I'm a pusswongler.
>Not spoilering that.
I'd prefer to believe that she was being absolutely honest, and not trying to spare Shichika from pursuing revenge. It makes more sense, in the long-run.
I recall crying at Cowboy Bebop Real Folk Blues but not at the ending scene at all, I cried during the last encounter between Spike and Faye, you could see what was going to happen to Spike and the momment just felt so heavy and... real?
>Putting spoilers in a thread with a bunch of non-spoilered tragic scenes
And I would think that that might have been her original plan at the beginning, but she dropped it later once she actually bonded with him. They got way too close for her to actually still be planning to do that.
Today. While reading this. I was laughing so hard I cried.
>Marathoning Diebuster and Gunbuster
>Today's the day when Nonoriri comes home
It really hits you at the end of Diebuster.
from mangareader because it was the first result on google.