Shaman kings anime ending was better than that retarded manga one.
I really enjoyed Mirai Nikki. I thought it was great.
I never watch ED. I generally skip openings.
a quick ending was made a few years later.
Yoh marries anna and Len tao with Jeanne, both have male children, Hao merges with the Great Spirits and becomes a Lawful God after his dead mother scolded him.
Both anime and manga endings are shit, but at least the manga one make a little more sense, Hao eating the Great Spirits in the anime was plainly ridiculous.
I read the manga's first "ending". It made me pretty damn mad. I don't think anyone would call it good. The amended ending was a little better though.
It's not bait if it's true, anon.
I think Pretty cure is better and have way more action than 90% of shonen manga.
I haven't actually watched either of those, but it sounds like you have problem with their personality and not their appearance? Is that correct?
If so, I would actually agree with you.
It's more that speaking up about it is a good way to get 1000 angry replies and is generally a useless venture anyway
Personality is more important to me, but sometimes appearance can be annoying to. For example I started watching Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199 recently and the female clothing bothers me, especially considering the male clothing is so nice.
True. There are honestly too many strong women in anime, and it often gets too cartoonishly unrealistic. They should be portrayed like what they are in real life, which is empty-headed, incompetent, spiteful, dishonorable, unproductive, destructive parasites. Anime tends to portray women as if they're just men with tits, but reality is nowhere near that awesome.
Hmm ok. I would agree that some clothing can be annoying. For example, I find the transparent suits in Muv-Luv to be idiotic.
That said though, I don't find all sexualized clothing to be annoying. It depends on the anime in question, what genre it is, what type of characters is in it e.t.c.
Fanservice sucks. It turns good animation, music, characters, story, all of it into a cringe fest that I'm embarrassed to be seen watching.
I think of how much better an anime like no game no life would be if it wasn't half soft core porn.
Really? I loved it. I guess it truly is unpopular opinions.
Yeah agreed, most anime girls are way too talented and hard working. They should spend their time complaining about how female characters in fictional stories are depicted instead of always going out and being intelligent accomplished people.
>They should be portrayed like what they are in real life, which is empty-headed, incompetent, spiteful, dishonorable, unproductive, destructive parasites
I want them to be fat, ugly and hate all men like me.
I came here to say that I really don't like shounen at all. I don't really know if a high-school setting is the issue but maybe that people are watching/posting more about ecchi/shounen series--where characters are usually just permutations of hair-colors and -dere traits.
Honestly, after watching some harem animes and whatnot, I would say that women complaining that some anime women are portrayed poorly are being whiny bitches. Men just as likely as not are portrayed as spineless vapid empty characters just as often.
Anime, more so than western media, will portray a female character as a baddass, as an independent person with interests outside the scope of boys, or as an individual with positive qualities outside of just beauty and youth.
And yes, sometimes they exist solely for the benefit of a man. Boo fucking hoo, the inverse is also true.
Of course not, your opinion is definitely correct
Completely agree. Funnily enough it's why I always lose interest in Monster Musume anytime I try read it. The series is so interesting and fun, but the way it's setup the girls are constantly getting off and practically having sex with each other... the only person not getting laid is the MC.
It's just too over the top.
>the dmc shitstorm was almost 4 years ago
I just realized many people here might not even have been on this site back then. God damn time flies fast.
A lot of cool social commentary, and cool scenarios living with a fantasy monster girl.
And what do I get?
Generic cringe inducing hentai. What a waste. Still liked the snek. Oddly enough, her being cold blooded, shedding, and being carnivorous and therefore less sensitive to taste gave her the most "wow, she's not a human!" scenes.
The manga? I get bored reading it. I feel like I'm... Reading a really soft core hentai and get in the mood for something a little spicier.
Yeah, just leftover rage from feminists shitting up reviews of hyperdimension Neptunia. A little off topic, I just think it's terrible that a women designing video games, featuring a cast of women as God Emperors saving the world and transforming from cute girls into techno goddesses is now sexist.
Fuck em. They ruin everything.
'Normals' in a series can be good. They can stop it from being too much of a circlejerk and dissuade having a persecution complex involving people who are different.
On that note, female otaku characters who are basically male ones in a female body are lame and I'd prefer fujoshi over that.
>posting an opinion you agree with
>That's not even close to being an unpopular opinion here
>Literally none of that post is correct
Modern "Muh innocent waifu" designs of modern anime are shit, bring back the fucking babes of the 90s like Misato Katsuragi and Ayuko Hayami.
'Pandering' to fujos can only mean good things for the industry. I use the word pandering loosely, because it's not even necessary to get a fujo audience. Fujos have varied, flexible taste and literally ALL they want is male characters who interact, and preferably have an interesting dynamic- they don't need conventionally attractive character designs, they don't necessarily need fanservice and don't actually want canon homo, characters don't have to be pure and innocent or fit an archetype and can be openly attracted to girls, it can be a series flat out aimed at a male audience instead. It doesn't matter what the content of a series is, because will use their imagination in place of the series actually having to cater to them.
Osomatsu-san is a good example. The characters are flawed as all fuck and girls love them anyway, while men can also find them thoroughly entertaining because flaws make for good comedy. On the other hand, otaku would never in a million years spend money on the female equivalent of the Matsus.