It's pretty fucking bad but doujins are great. Just like Touhou or Boatshit.
I thought it was just a really puffy vulva at first.
fuck off to /vg/ if you're just here to make love live threads.
they make them there 24/7.
Love Live S2 was absolutely brilliant. I still haven't fully recovered from how good it was. It was *almost* Clannad AS tier. All those feels, the impending inevitability of shutting down their school idol group because people graduate and move on, all those extremely well fleshed out characters which suddenly gained so much depth they became very real and human-like, yet incredibly funny and entertaining at the same time... and then they had to ruin it with ending that literally advertised upcoming movie which was subpar and ruined everything they built the second season towards. If they hadn't gotten greedy and left the last two minutes out, the S2 would have been 10/10 anime easily, rating I give out to truly exceptional ones (this far only 7/382 on my list). I'm dead serious.
"In this house I can be whatever I want"
I'm just here for the yurishit.
It's a fucking goldmine.
does anyone still play the game?
Wow someone is edgy as fuck, maybe you should just fuck off back to watching Simpsons. It's quite universally accepted that last 8 episodes of Clannad AS have the most powerful storytelling ever on anime, and Love Live S2 comes really close on that.
Half of my university
> It's quite universally accepted that last 8 episodes of Clannad AS have the most powerful storytelling ever on anime
Watch more anime, kid.
>380 on list
That's only like 50 series once you cut out OVAs and shit.
Chinese youths have grown up streaming a lot of Japanese anime shows, be they legitimate or pirated.
Recently, tech-savvy Chinese millennials and post-millennials are being drawn to one show in particular, about a group of high school girl idols.
Floor seats for the Shanghai concert went for as much as 1,280 yuan ($196) and quickly sold out. In fact, a sellout crowd of around 10,000 attended -- or maybe participated -- in the concert.
Not only that, but as many as 2,000 fans reportedly began lining up a day before the concert to get their hands on Muse and Love Live! souvenirs.
"I never expected Chinese fans to be as enthusiastic as this," said Yasuo Miyakawa, president of Japanese animation studio Sunrise, which produces the TV series. The company is also known for its hugely popular "Mobile Suit Gundam" series.
At the Shanghai concert, Aya Uchida, the voice actor who plays Kotori Minami in the anime series, spoke to the sea of Chinese fans. "Wonderful works," she said, "can go beyond national boundaries."
China Loves Live.
As is to be expected after every live Nico broadcast, a new Chara intro has been uploaded onto youtube. This time it's featuring the 'Nice Body' Kanan.
>Mostly because of that annoying cunt Nico
>Hey autist Tidus was forcing that laugh-
Hey moron, everyone knows that, it's cringe inducing garbage because of that. If it was just bad acting by itself, the "meme" wouldn't exist.
dumb ass FF10 fans.
she looks like she has some serious fat between her eyebrows and eyelashes.
would you suck Eli's futa cock, /a/?
warning though, she can shoot semen.
I'm pretty sure Rin can easily destroy her in a fight.
She just wanted to eat something sweet, come on