ITT: plot pieces or tropes you don't see often enough in manga or done right or ever
Completely non-Japanese protagonist
Historical anime/manga. Not even fantasy shit with elements reflecting certain historical periods, but actual historical personalities, events and timeframes, without any magic/super powers.
They tried doing that but someone got butthurt
hint: it was the jews
That's why Part 2 is the only good thing that came out of the clusterfuck that is JJBA
>How realistic are the fighting techniques depicted?
As realistic as Jesus leading an army of trolls and fucking up dragons, japanese sniper archer traps, japanese samurai alucard, elves, dwarves and magical oppai megane.
Also fuck you and your fucking dragons.
Giorno and Jolyne.
hell, if your going to be snippy and say Jolyne is still half-japanese, despite being english raised. Giorno is still full non-japanese, with a british father (Dio/Jonathan) and an Italian Mother.
>a boy falls in love with a girl
>he is able to confess his love for the girl and doesn't need a deus ex machina with the girl's phone number
Habsburgs are always antagonists it seems
gonna read that again, based water paints senpai
>ywn read a historical ww2 ace manga
>We follow IJN ace Saburo Sakai and USN ace Jimmy Thach in the big battles and daily life of the pacific
Fucking make it Japan
Was he Bushido spiritu?
>"Theo, I have run out of ammunition. I'm going to ram this one. Good bye. We'll see each other in Valhalla." - Heinrich Ehrler's last transmission over the Squadron Radio Network before he rammed the B-24 bomber "Trouble in Mind," piloted by Captain John Ray, destroying both aircraft and killing himself. "Theo" refers to Theodor Weissenberger.
never actually read that much about german aces. Might have to. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JitLr5D7LSI
Japanese aces were interesting because of the (relative) individuality they had from the rest of the war machine.
How about historical and accurate manga with not supernatural bullshit but with anthropomorphic characters?