>I wish Madoka threads weren't terrible circlejerks!
>I'm sorry, Madoka, but not even the sufferring of a thousand timelines can displace such immese faggotry.
>I wish Rebellion didn't ruin a solid albeit overhyped show!
>twists you see coming
>derailment of a tight series into more bullshit
>bullshitting a plot for the sake of continuation
Rebellion was the start of what will be Shaft's second long running cash cow. I will meet a cool chick and have children with her, and my progeny will grow up with season 20 something of Mahou Shoujo X Magica.
>twists you see coming
Bullshit. Did you seriously think Homu was going to go devil at the end of the movie? If so, why made you think that?
I still agree that Rebellion was full of shit
>I will meet a cool chick and have children with her
>twists you see coming
Nobody saw the ending coming. Nobody.
>derailment of a tight series into more bullshit
If anything, it delved into the psychological aspect, focused on the girls' personnalities and concluded Homura as an allegory of mankind.
>I will meet a cool chick and have children with her
>and my progeny will grow up with season 20 something of Mahou Shoujo X Magica.
Even less likely.
The entire world was fucked. That meant a witch was around even though Madoka nullified them. Sayaka, Mami and Kyoko both died and moved on with Madoka along with all the other magical girls, leaving Homura as the last magical girl. Furthermore, since Homura is a magical girl at all, she has a soul gem, which gets corrupted via use of magic. We see her using magic at the end of the series, meaning she is slowly but surely being corrupted. No witches means no grief seeds, which means no purification. Which means Homura turns into a witch.
>but since witches don't exist shouldn't homura never be a witch?
In-show, I'd say the reasoning could be that her original timeline had witches, and since she never lost her experience with any of the resets, she is the original Homura simply creating alternate universes through time travel, meaning her contract is still technically valid and she herself is still destined for witchood.
Or, you know, they made movies for more dosh and needed to continue the series.
As far as the devil bit is conceerned, Homura was always obsessed with Madoka, it makes sense that she would make a Lucifer-esque move to keep her Madoka close to her, even if it meant pulling her from her wish.
I put this together after things started getting slightly serious.
It retconned the girls into acting like typical magical girls to entertain the fans. That wife and kids part is hyperbole, I'll probably die alone.
I'm with you on 2 and 3. Madokas original ending was a great resolution, and there was no reason to subvert it other than to create an opportunity to shove out even more Madoka-related content, and the way it was subverted was a punch in the face to everyone who liked that ending because it made everything Madoka did meaningless. It's like if someone retconned StarWars so after the end of Episode VII the dark side wasn't defeated after all.
>The entire world was fucked. That meant a witch was around even though Madoka nullified them
>since Homura is a magical girl, her soul gem can get corrupted
After watching the main series, I just don't see how anyone could assume this. Madokami made it so that witches could no longer exist. That includes any magical girl alive in the present when that wish was made (Homu). This is why the whole "Gotchu! Homu was actually a witch all along and everyone's in her barrier!" was the biggest twist in the movie. It's breaking the laws established in the main series
>Homura was always obsessed with Madoka, it makes sense that she would make a Lucifer-esque move to keep her Madoka close to her
I don't know, man. That seems like a bit of a stretch. I think the main expectation at the part of the movie was the magi girls save Homu from her barrier, then Homu joins the Law of Cycle and enters Valhalla with everyone else. It's the logical conclusion. Despite her obsession with Madoka, who would have thought that she would instead decide to use love to become a devil
>Or you know, they made movies for more dosh and needed to continue the series
I always thought that WAS the reason why they made Rebellion.
A vague loophole in the law is magical potential. Madoka's kept growing with every reset. Did he reach her limit at the time she made her wish? Would she have been more powerful if Homura had reset again? Historically, do gods have any limitations. This sounds like empty rhetoric, but if Madoka is weak enough to be pulled down from the heavens by a being she thought she wiped out, then is it sensible the being was not completely wiped out in the first place?
With regards to Homura's obsession, it was a clear flag. Her entire existence by the point of the show was Madoka. She contracted for Madoka. She reset for Madoka. Her obsession gave Madoka the power to become a god. Literally, a divine being. All from Homura's focus. It has to be love. More than that, it has to be sick, selfish, epic love. The kind you hear about in old stories.
> I think the main expectation at the part of the movie was the magi girls save Homu from her barrier, then Homu joins the Law of Cycle and enters Valhalla with everyone else. It's the logical conclusion.
Indeed, this was the movie's original ending. It was changed so they could make more sequels.
I wish Crack guy wouldn't have ruined Madoka threads for all time because a small group of people are fucking awful humans! No, sub-human filth even Hikis should spit on!
Witch Homu should have never existed in the first place. Homu could have all the magical potential in the world+1, but she would still be bound by the new universal laws established by Madoka's wish. That's why the reveal that Homu was a witch was complete bullshit.
As far as know after watching the main series, magical potential can be utilized after making a wish. However, it being used AFTER making a wish and being a magical girl (in Homu's case), we don't really know. I suppose it can be used as an excuse to explain Homu's transformation. If you actually managed to hypothesize all that out as the movie was playing, well then damn, good job.
As for the Homu obsession, it was clear that Homu loved Madoka to the point of repeating X amount of timelines so she could achieve the good end, but I never thought that her love was so twisted to the point of becoming a devil just so she could protect Madoka
>Homu could have all the magical potential in the world+1, but she would still be bound by the new universal laws established by Madoka's wish
It wasn't about Homu's magic potential, she became a witch because Incubators interefered with their science. It's just that they didn't notice in time that they should have left the local equivalent of Cthulhu sleeping.
The entire point of the series is a twist from purity into impurity. It's The Urobutcher doing magical girls on the surface level, and if I'm not mistaken another important credit did a similar show before hand.
>she became a witch because Incubators interefered with their science
I wonder if Madokami's new laws would still apply in a situation where a magical girl is FORCED to become a witch. My reasoning was that becoming a witch in general would activate the Madokami laws and prevent the magical girl from becoming a witch
I still feel like important details, like witches existing in Madokami's universe, were retconned which is why I don't treat Rebellion as movie of the year
>pleb spouting shit
Homura's character is an allegory of mankind created God who in the search of a reason to live and killed him when morals became blurred as to what's right or wrong because Love goes beyond moral values. It's not the love in your everyday Mahou Shoujo show that flows in the world and creates great things, it's a destructive obsession, a will to topple things and established orders for what one believe is right, no matter the cost.
And that itself is deeper than your Mahou Shoujo show #2513.
>My reasoning was that becoming a witch in general would activate the Madokami laws and prevent the magical girl from becoming a witch
She wasn't forced to become a witch, it's just that the Incubators somehow figured out how to isolate a part of the universe from the new law. Not that it makes much sense, but I guess this is what happens when a show mixes magic and technology.
>As for the Homu obsession, it was clear that Homu loved Madoka to the point of repeating X amount of timelines so she could achieve the good end, but I never thought that her love was so twisted to the point of becoming a devil just so she could protect Madoka
It's all basically a gigantic shout out to the advice Madoka's mom gave her which inspired her to chuck a soulgem off the bridge. I can't remember it directly but it seems to make sense. Sometimes you have to look like a cunt and make a gigantic mistake to save your friend.
But Homura is a bit batshit crazy now.
>morals became blurred as to what's right or wrong because Love goes beyond moral values
>a will to topple things and established orders for what one believe is right, no matter the cost
Which is why we'll always have the "Homu did nothing right/wrong" debates, which I personally enjoy
It's not really a matter of interpretation. There are references to Nietzsche in Rebellion (the Clara dolls shouting "Gott ist tot" for example) and ending Homura is completely nihilist in her behavior. She toppled God and now she's trapped because she cannot have what she desires so profoundly (living alongside Madoka) and she therefore has lost her own foundation. She IS nihilism.
Homu did everything right from her point of view, but unfortunately she was already batshit crazy at that point. The whole plot would be avoided if Sayaka explained everything to her when she had the chance - rather than teasing her until it was gtfo or toki wo tomare, leaving her alone with equally clueless Madoka, and finally letting Kyubey reveal the truth to her.
Not like she would have believed Sayaka-chan, who she believed to be the very witch that created the whole mess. The roles were reversed in Rebellion compared to the series, and Sayaka-chan did the same thing as Homura, albeit to her sauce.
Had Homura believed her, it wouldn't have changed the ending anyway.
To a certain extent, yeah. We're looking at cash here. Not integrity or skill, cash. Madoka is one of those series that is a normal story but is just different enough to reel people in and be popular.
These kind of shows are popular, and have been for at least as long as I've been alive, if not longer. From The Sopranos to Game of Thrones, when something is both comfortable and exotic at the same time, it becomes popular. If entertainment is popular, then it is profitable.
Capitalizing on popularity with pandering and shock is a great move for more dosh. I expected pandering, and that pandering lead me to the shock.
>I wish this was official.
But to think that they would actually break one of the major rules that led to the satisfying conclusion of the main series (magical girls can no longer turn into witches, thus there is no more suffering) is what really surprised me
Probably wouldn't have worked. The brilliant part of Madoka's wish is that she wished for the power to do it herself instead of just wishing for it to happen, meaning Kyubey couldn't fuck her over by "interpereting" it.
Plus, wanting to personally help people is a huge part of her character.
>Not like she would have believed Sayaka-chan, who she believed to be the very witch that created the whole mess.
Sayaka being as vague as humanly possible, topping it with actually showing her witch form to Homu, might have something to do with that suspicion.
>Had Homura believed her, it wouldn't have changed the ending anyway.
If she didn't talk to Madoka, alone she might not have the chance to pretty much manipulate her into telling her what she wanted to hear. If she wasn't "sure" that Madoka doesn't want to be a god, she might have hesitated in the end.
Of course, if Sayaka wasn't petty enough to have some revenge on Homu, there was no miscommunication and everything went according to plan, then we'd have rather boring plot with an ending making it obvious that the Incubators are going to try this shit again some day.
I wish Madoka would claim my testicles as her personal property!
Homura's wish will always trump Madoka's. She wished to be strong enough to protect her.
She's a almost as much of a baka as Sayaka is.
>oh shit, QB is evil and magical girls are witches
>maybe we should takaecondand think abou-
>lolno murder time
Sorry, I posted the wrong meguca.
Practically any other wish Madoka could have made would just have resulted in her becoming a witch and eating everything. All these "why didn't she wish for X" threads are retarded.
And also caused literally everything that went wrong
If it wasn't for him they could wish all they wanted, and nothing would happen.
Nope, that was humanity's curses. Also entropy.
Okay, he was a bit of an asshole in Rebellion, though
Middle men are important nigga. You think a teenage ass girl can just be like "i wish i wish upon a fish my husbando's hands weren't broke as fuck"?
Nah man. You need the alien cat to harness their spirirt energy or whatever and make their dreams come true.
Well, Homu's "I wish I could fuck over literally everyone I know to make my waifu happy whether she wants it or not; also I wish the alien cat hivemind was my bitch." did work.
I igured it was like a black hole in there? if it purified the grief seeds couldn't they be reused then?
or is he purifying them to recycle them as a soul gem for the next girl
>and gave Nagisa a cheesecake
That whole experience ended up making her really sad and fall to despair though
We really don't know what he does with them. I always figured he just disposes of them safely like radioactive waste, but there's always the possibility that he plants them somewhere else to bolster witch populations when necessary.
She was too young to understand what she was doing though. There is a reason that young people cannot be held to contracts.
If he didn't show up, her mother would die anyway. That way she became a magical girl for a while (not QB's fault she screwed it up) and later met Mami, who would adopt her even after their initial misunderstandings.
I suppose it isn't so bad since she seemed happy enough with Mami at the end of Rebellion. Kyuubey should still feel bad about himself for contracting with someone too young to be of sound mind though.
He should feel that way but that doesn't mean he will or even possibly can. Maybe I am just shouting at a mountain here.
I think you have the wrong idea about Mami. I don't think she would do anything bad with Nagisa.
Given that Sayaka remembered everything in Rebellion (both inside Homura's soul gem and in the rewritten world) until Homu erased her memory, I think it's safe to assume Nagisa still remembers how does Mami taste like.
I'm sure nagisa didn't think it was bad
How much is changed in the movies compared to the TV show?
I was going to rewatch the series in one sitting with some friends who have never seen it before but I have been starting to consider the movies might be a better idea because then I wont have to keep switching the episode.
Maybe. Do the girls remember their lives from other timelines once Madoka takes them away though? Nagisa hasn't tasted Mami in the current timeline after all.
That picture must be some kind of silly mistake. I don't think you should be sharing something so personal though.
Movies drop Mami's backstory and Homu threatening to kill Sayaka. Perhaps something more, I don't remember. They aren't really that much shorter than the series, though. If you want the movies for the better animation, you should know that someone bothered to cut up the movies and replace the relevant parts in the show.
>Maybe. Do the girls remember their lives from other timelines once Madoka takes them away though? Nagisa hasn't tasted Mami in the current timeline after all.
Sayaka did remember witches, also both her and Nagisa could use their witch forms.
Eh? It is just that Nagisa is so young. If Mami loved her in such a way she would wait until Nagisa is a proper age before doing such things, right?
Did Sayaka actually have her own memories of witches or only what she had heard from Madoka? And them having witch powers doesn't mean they would have their memories as witches. I have always thought that the girls would be able to see through time and space like Madoka does since they are in the same realm but I don't know if there is enough evidence to actually confirm it.
Not really, no. People just post lewd things at me.
I don't want to mislead you, as it's been a while since I've last watched the movies, but I don't remember any significant changes to the plot. Only some scenes that were dropped, and some rearranged. The animation was redone, but overall it's a faithful remake, not something like Eva rebuilds, if that's what you have in mind. Anyway, if I were to show Madoka to someone then I guess I'd use the movies too, they seem much more concise.
you know the best wish she could have done is wished that girls that had their magic run out or their soul gems destroyed simply have their human bodies restored and their souls put back into them. fucking everything would have been solved.
She can wait all she wants in Homura's new world.
Or so she would think. She only has time until Nagisa grows tired sick of the fake world where her mom is still dead, and all her friends her age are just Homu's imagination (remember the scene where Homura erases Sayaka's memory, and for a while there's no one except for them two, and Nagisa running alone?). Of course, knowing what happened to Sayaka, she wouldn't stand up to Homura directly, instead devising some covert plan to reinstate Madoka.
That is true. If they do both truly love each other then I suppose there is no reason that I should object. I don't think there is any reason to think their bond is romantic though.
that wold mean that there's still witches but now no way to stop them because I doubt kyubey wil be willing to make more magical girls since he won't be able to get energy from them so, once the remaining batch of magical girls goes back there will just be powerful witches with nothing stopping them
MAXIMUM LEWD EVERY NIGHT
CHEESCAKE ALL OVER BODIES LEWD
I don't know about that. Incubators still exist in Homu's new universe, as does her soul gem, so magical girls probably do as well?
Pure lust, then.
>I don't know about that. Incubators still exist in Homu's new universe, as does her soul gem, so magical girls probably do as well?
I've thought that the world seen in the ending of Rebellion is some pocket universe separate from the real one. Homura says something to Sayaka about them being accidentally trapped in there, also there are scenes where everyone except for named characters disappears (just like in Homu's labirynth).
I wish I could go back to 2011 and shit post the threads with spoilers from Rebellion.
Maybe Mami likes it a tad rough
Mami had the right idea but the wrong target.
This picture makes me very sad. Imagine being a magical girl, going on adventures with all your magical girl friends and having fun together and doing cutesy things like this. That will never happen to any of us, at least not in this life.
Why do you think I am lewd?
> the universe isn't ruled by a crazy girl turned outer god.
You make that sound like a bad thing.
>implying Nagisa didn't start the relationship
At least you were born in the right time to watch Madoka Magica. Remind the vast history of mankind.
The Madoka universe wouldn't be my first choice if I could be a magical girl. I would really want to be with them but I wouldn't want to fall to despair or die abruptly.
Even better than that, it aired when I was Madoka's age. Sometimes I feel like it was made specifically for me because it helped me out during a very rough part of my life. That is probably not true though. Thanks though, anon, your message helped me.
I don't try to lead them! They just followed me around. I will be honest though, there are two anime girls that I have thought of lewdly but neither of them are Mami or Nagisa. One is a Meguca though but I won't say which because someone here waifus her and I don't want them to feel bad. I tried to waifu her but I just ended up feeling bad; she was a good waifu to me but I felt like a bad waifu to her. I don't think of her like that anymore so she has the opportunity to be with someone better.
Reminder that Madoka
I am actually an omnigender transnigger demilich and I use xe/xer/xer-highness pronouns and I would like you not to forget it, okay shitlord?
Actually I won't say if you are right but I don't like the word husbando so I wouldn't use that either way. Just because you are a boy doesn't mean that you can't be someone's waifu!
I wouldn't trust it. You don't know where it's been!
To confess, it seems that Nagisa wasn't that helpful at all.
Mami would disagree. She doesn't even need vibrators anymore!
Fuck no. The ending to the TV show was literally perfect. Even if Rebellion had a great ending (which I hear it absolutely does not) I wouldn't watch it because I dont want to kill my closure.
Its bittersweet and gives good closure, even though the ending isn't exactly happy. I like it like that.
All I know is
Homura turns evil or some shit and undoes everything that Madoka accomplishes.
Unless the new movie coming out either retcons rebellion, or actually gives it an ending as satisfying as the TV show, I'm gonna steer clear of it.
>The ending to the TV show was literally perfect.
I have never seen a TV series with an ending as terrible as Madoka. AO had a better ending. DTB had a better ending. Code Geass had a better ending. DEEN/Stay Night had a better goddamn ending than Madoka. Getter Robo Arc had a better ending and it just stopped halfway through.
Homura didn't fail, all she did was strictly necessary for Madoka to build up enough power to make her wish. Madoka used her one chance to rewrite the world to make a straightforward but powerful change, that couldn't backfire. All in all, the concept of achieving happiness, but not the one which one was striving for (with Homura digging herself deeper and deeper in pursuit of an impossible goal) meshes well with the buddhist undertones in the show.
At first, she only wanted to save Madoka from dying. Only when she learned that all magical girls either die young or become witches, she changed that to preventing Madoka from contracting. Later Madoka asked her that herself. But this was completely impossible, as Madoka became so powerful that Kyubey would never let her go; even if Homura defeated Walpurgisnacht, Kyubey would still stalk Madoka, waiting for an opportune moment to contract her. Homura would have to guard her every waking moment until whatever is the time limit for becoming a magical girl, defeating every witch that might come to Mitakihara, and if she screwed up just once, she'd have to hit the reset button making everything harder yet again (not to even mention having to fight Walpurgisnight again).
Madoka found a way to use Homu's work to free them both (together with every other magical girl), without dying or becoming a witch, thus not violating Homura's original goal. It's not her fault Homu was stubborn and decided to fuck up
almosteverything in Rebellion by playing ubermensch (though making Incubators her bitch was a good move, as leaving them in power was the one flaw in Madoka's plan)
Madoka was a dumb bitch. Homura didn't care about being free. She suffered unending bullshit to protect her, so they could be together. So Madoka would be safe. A world without Madoka is a world where she failed.
Well, by the last timeline and Rebellion, Homura wasn't even treating Madoka as a person, just as a precious object to keep safe. She'd routinely deride Madoka's own dream to help people, and she'd rather continue her hopeless fight than accept Madoka's solution, nevermind that her falling to despair without even the decency to kill herself would mean serious trouble (especially if Rebellion's Homulilly was an underdeveloped form, "hatched within a shell"), giving Madoka no other choice but to either contract or be killed by combined forces of Walpurgisnacht and Homulilly. In Rebellion she still can't accept Madoka as her equal, and had to put her in a disadvantaged position to protect her smile. No wonder she ends up hating herself so much she declares herself a demon (which makes Rebellion's ending just as perfect as the series').
what is it about homura that made her do nothing wrong?
the post kyoko death scene was my favorite added scene in the movies.
I think so, aside for that I liked the music in the movies over the shows. It fit the scenes better and was less repetitive. Imho watch the first 8 episodes, then the second movie. The second movie is just a better version of episodes 9-12. The first movie loses some of the slice of life scenes and some sayaka scenes but has better music.
>The first movie loses some of the slice of life scenes and some sayaka scenes but has better music.
Am I the only one who thinks that animation in the first couple of episodes gets completely unwatchable every now and then? As much as I like the show, I can't really bring myself to rewatch the series any more because of that, fortunately movies fix this.
The only anime girl who makes me fap and cry.
yea, i just rewatched the series yesterday and now I just prefer to watch the movies whenever I rewatch. Also Its nice on a rewatch to not have to sit through the OP and ED over and over.
>bullshit: the post
Homura's fight wasn't hopeless, for she never gave up hope until the time came when she learned about each loop making things worse by increasing Madoka's karmic destiny. The moment it became hopeless, she gave up on fighting and witched out. Carrying on hope is treated as nothing but a good thing within the story, what with Madoka affirming that under no conditions would she want the act of having hope to be wrong.
At no point did Homura "deride" Madoka's dream. What she did at most was pointing out in a harsh manner what would not work out in the end, especially for errors such as Sayaka contracting and just like that sealing her own doom (this also is why the claim that Homura treated Madoka as anything less than a person is utterly moronic; reasoning with and convincing are useless acts for anything other than another person able and willing to rationalize.) This remains true even after Rebellion, where Homura's own universe seems to retain the changes originally imposed by Madoka's own wish, this being and all but confirmed by the concept movie showing wraiths but little to no sign of witches. That is, unless you are seriously going to argue that Madoka's true goal was to serve as sacrifice for her wish's sake rather than for the results of her wish (saving magical girls everywhere and also Mitakihara through no Walburger), in which case you're painting Madoka to be an utter asshole willing to disregard her family (and right after her mother's speech about how she needed to value her own life, too) and everyone else for no reason if she truly wanted to be removed from that reality as an end in itself, rather than as a means for the wish she had in mind. (Hint: few are the acts more selfish than that of suicide: by design it happens for the sake of solving problems for the one to engage on it and always on the expense of those around them; no wonder it's looked down by cultures everywhere.)
I recommend you fanfiction.net.
>Homura's fight wasn't hopeless, for she never gave up hope until the time came when she learned about each loop making things worse
It didn't become true just because Homura learned about it.
>Carrying on hope is treated as nothing but a good thing within the story, what with Madoka affirming that under no conditions would she want the act of having hope to be wrong
Making this true and giving hope to everyone was the reason for Madoka's sacrifice, she wouldn't have do do it if it was already true.
>At no point did Homura "deride" Madoka's dream.
>this also is why the claim that Homura treated Madoka as anything less than a person is utterly moronic;
She did call Madoka a fool for wanting to help Sayaka, or resolve her fight with Kyoko. Homura had her reasons to withhold the truth about magical girls, but the moment she started doing this she no longer treated Madoka as her equal. She didn't do that on purpose, of course. It's just that when she ceased to talk to Madoka unless when it was inevitable, she unknowingly became obsessed about the concept of Madoka and not the girl herself. She actually mentions that they're drifting apart with each loop while crying on Madoka's shoulder.
>What she did at most was pointing out in a harsh manner what would not work out in the end
And this is exactly what Madoka ended up doing to Homura, only with more success.
>where Homura's own universe seems to retain the changes originally imposed by Madoka's own wish
You conveniently omit the fact that ripping Madoka from the Madokami wasn't the only change. She reversed their first meeting, supressed her memories, depriving her of a choice to go back, and the world she created is likely an illusion (basing on what she told Sayaka, and that unnamed people disappear in some scenes) making the point about her parents moot, as they're not even alive in this world.
All in all, while I do consider Homura a tragic hero, the "Homu did nothing wrong" meme is plain retarded.
In their valiant pursuit of stopping the decay of the universe, they came across thing a space ferret was not meant to know, and paid with their sanity.
But I wished for!
Is this a normal Madoka thread?
And by normal I mean different than expected which is the opposite of normal.
Yes. It's normal.
We have the tripfags, now all we need is crack and the circle will be complete.
Not enough Sayakaposting.
>actually decent Rebellion review in a mainstream paper
you Germanons might be interested
Don't start anything please.
I wish for Madoka threads for all eternity
It started off well, bright and full of hope, but then quickly drew the attention of tripfags like moths to a flame, at which point it turned into ashen, hatred, and charred dreams.
mfw rewatching rebellion and i find this thread
Well, you know how it is.
Has there been any more news on the latest Madoka movie/series?
The same way you talk to everyone else.
This isn't the place for that, try /trash/.
That's what I was referring to. I did and truth be told I am quite excited to see the new developments. The whole Madoka as a ballet dancer has a lot of mystique about it which I liked the look of.
I was just wondering with my initial post if there had been anything else but guess not.
No, go watch the concept movie if you've not already. I'm guessing we'll hear later in the year, but it suggests they're in production for something new, maybe 2017?
These are mine, I don't point things out since you really can't prove it here in an anonymous board but I don't mean to post these with ill intentions.
Let's not start things now.
In Japan the boys who won were the ones that were very confident and assertive. Also try to be cute. The same principles apply in America but you have to be careful for feminists and other weirdos here.
She is ridiculously cute
all i have heard is that they will take the things in the concept movies, and integrate them into a newer story. so there will be something new eventually. That is all i know, but i have been out of the loop.
Nah, I do want more though. I patiently wait.
I'm still skeptical due to timing, but whatever.
>mfw I'll be 27 when its released
Feels pretty bad man.
Thanks anons, appreciate the replies.
that is because everything is going according to homu's plan.
Well, they're both hungry nuns I guess.
>calling me old
I wish I could be young again.
I think that is too lewd for this board, anon. Post something cute instead.
but that is cute
I turned three decades old last year, I was born over 11,000 days ago, and if I live til I'm 70 I'll have approximately 14,500 days left to live.
>Perverted degenerate. Madoka hates Homura.
I beg to differ
>Madoka hates her.
Yes, you established this in an earlier thread. Why do you have to keep on about it?
>mfw 21 soon
You're welcome, even though it was a terrible reply.
Kyouko is not annoying.
Annoying no, but Kyouko was pretty scary after her introduction to the series. There aren't many comparisons to be made between the two characters.
>from a christian religious family
>mfw people don't believe I'm a 30 year old little girl
Kapplin moment (yes, I know) and then KyouSaya poster flares up along with other thongs. You didn't reply to them so I figured that.
Oh yes, she was and still is a badass.
Kyouko burns it off.
>mfw when 3 weeks to wizardhood
How do you handle being elderly, anon?
I'm not, but that amused me, so here have a picture.
20 more years and you become a wraith? Does that mean you will one day face maigcal girls?
I hope so. Maybe one of them can put me out of my misery.
If you gain magical powers won't that make you like a magical girl? I am jealous.
>heals her wounds every day
Seems legit, 100% homu.
It makes me wonder who you are if you think I'm Akemi.
Kevin-kun should just do what I do and see their relationship as sisterly. Unless the images show them kissing or being lewd I don't see why you need to think otherwise.
have faith, we will all be magical girls... in the next life.
>When does Kevin-kun get triggered? Usually when KyouSaya are posted
I don't take that serious at all and neither should you.
I just happened to be around 'kay? sorry if these threads have gotten so paranoid about baiting and spiting.
>Unless the images show them kissing or being lewd
I'm sorry if I appear repetitive, anon. It is just that those are my true feelings.
Kill yourself, you degenerate fucking samefag. I can not believe that your mother hasn't drowned you in the bath tub yet. you could have been a doctor or a famous scientist, but instead, youre a filthy samefag. a filthy samefag who probably couldn't even find his own ass on a map.
Don't link my posts in that mess, m8.
We should beat that Anon up.
Like you get told every time you do this, when you copy people to try and use their own argument against them you always leave out the reasoning the people you are copying give.
Kill the corruption of Homura!
>I'm going to try and ant like a separate person, so people don't catch on to my blatant samefaggotry.
fuck off. we all know that your an inbred samefag, just give up already.