Is it gay to fall in love with Oscar?
If its not gay to fall in love with Griffith, its not gay to love Oscar.
Let's be gay.
It's not gay when he's a girl; but it is gay when she's a dude.
Not everyone is manly enough to handle it.
Is it gay to fall in love with Kaiki?
>mfw someone saved an image I made
She was a big enough tease though.
If loving women who dress like handsome men is gay, then I don't want to straight.
>tfw I will never be as manly as Oscar
If there's one thing I love about manga of this time is that no matter how serious it's supposed to be, it remembers that it's still a bunch of drawings, and thus allows the characters to make silly faces.
Nothing to break up the drama of having to submit to a harlot by chasing the heir to the throne and making him cry!
What is it with this author's obsession with drawing woman in man's clothing?
And why are they consistantly best girls?
I'd be wafting on watching the anime or manga this entire time, but I think I'll go with the manga
Also, it seems to have prettier dresses, which is my fetish.
>noble killing asshole scum who is directly responsible for
Andre dying (and therefore indirectly responsible for Oscar's death as well)gets away scott free
>nobody even fucking seems to care
dunno why I never see anyone get mad about that in those 'did nothing wrong' threads, that shit still pisses me off to this day
>but the manga has some cute comedy
That is the problem. I don't know which director had this brilliant idea to put all these Looney Tunes-like facial expressions and comedy into the trash, but god bless him for this.
One of those rare cases where the adaptation destroys the source material with ease.
I think it has all of those weird expressions because despite how serious it is or how great the art can be, it's still a 1973 manga, and you'd be hard pressed to find one that didn't do that sort of shit.
But as you said, the anime decided to take all of that out.