Fresh off my local manga store.
Why is Rumi so lewd?
Interesting. I started buying the English localization, but they put the subtitle "The Master of Killing Time" on it. I picked up volume 1 and instantly fell in love with this series.
Here are mine. Rumi is a treasure.
>déjà culte !
>l'élève ducobu version manga
>buying books you can't read
But learning Japanese is HAAAAARRRRDDDDDDD!
I swear I will read this book one day.
EOP means English Only People, aka most anglos.
But I speak French, English and have basics in Moon and German.
You're still an EOP, dude. Being a dumb-shit ESL doesn't exclude you from being an EOP.
As we all know, only 2 languages matter in the world. English, and Japanese. Saying you know any others is like saying "I know how to play the guitar", it's completely irrelevant to the topic. I don't give a shit about the language you were forced to learn to talk to your retarded parents.
Too much of a poorfag
I buy them 2 by 2 when I can.
It also helps keeping the store alive/open.
I'll post your panties!
I wanna stick a vibrator in her panties and control it in the middle of class while she tries hard not to make lewd faces!
The French has better manga productions than the US.
why is this allowed?
Because we deserve it unlike you America maybe one day you'll be as good as us.
One of the funniest and most underrrated mangas for me.
We have more than Japan expo, unless you meant the biggest one.
Beside ghibli films I've never seen any at my nearest cinema.
We do have seasonal anime airing subbed on TV tho.
>mfw I actually descibed it as Ducobu the anime to people before
>doujin featuring silent protagonist
Time to fap.
The lack of art is criminal
>EOP means English Only People
No, it means English-Only Primary. Primary referring to primary sources of Japanese entertainment (Manga, VN, LN) instead of adaptations (Anime).
France also gets Kizu but not Love Live because it's not popular at all.
On the other hand we regularly have recent movies in theater such as Giovanni's island, Patema, Miss Hokusai, Colorful, Hosoda's movies,... a few weeks/months after japan.
Plus there are always some theaters in big cities showing older movies like Akira and Ghost in the shell. The most recent was wings of Honneamise.
They like to show off these shows because they look "mature."
The probeme is that French people also consider DARKNESS and BLOOD&VIOLENCE to be for kids and manchilds when it comes in anime form(the preps of having Hokuto no ken shown at 8h in the morning in a national channel in the 80's) so only acceptable shit seems to get acclaimed there(execpt Naruto and One Piece which are aclaimed worldwhide).
tl;dr France doesn't have that much of a good taste, the people just tend to be more aware of what people should be ashamed of liking.
The real difference is that France isn't nearly as fascist as America so they're far more receptive to the influence of foreign cultures. American markets are often manipulated for reasons far more important than money. Controlling hearts and minds.
a Noble example.
This is what happen when French and Japanese learn from each other's culture, and flourish their ideas. Unlike in American where they isolate everything outside over favoritism.
I wish you were saying the truth. If you don't live in Paris then you're fucked. Only big titles like Dragon Ball Z, One Piece or Naruto are shown in theaters outside of Paris.
No, darkness or blood and violence doesn't matter here. Our people consider anime and manga to be for kids regardless of their contents.
>Our people consider anime and manga to be for kids regardless of their contents
That's for people in their 40s maybe.
But up to people in their 30s, they grew up with it and know it's for all age depending on content.
L'élève Ducobu version manga
That's untrue, I know a lot of people in their late 20s/30s and their opinions on it varies a lot.
Sure, there were Récré A2 and Club Do' but not all parents were okay with letting their children watching anime.
In the rare case I unveil my powerlevel people are fine with it and interested.
Most watch mainstream stuff but always open to some recommendation and don't consider is weird or childish.
Not in Paris by the way.