Also linux general
Battle Programmer Shirase
Out of all the things to complain about, you complain about their hands?
Why not their gigantic heads or stupid dialog?
>not anime, but holy shit it was good.
Fuck Madoka, barely any tech there.
Nanoha and RWBY, on the other side...
Mardock Scramble has a pretty interesting cyberpunk future. Also, the art style is amazing.
This series is the pinnacle of /g/
The characters and the plot are 10/10
Unfortunately, the geopolitical set up by the author is retarded, it seems like he's one of those Japanese nationalistic author. American Empire, really? Everyone knows the USA is losing its grip on democracy, but I expect something less blatant, like Freedumb states or Reaganland. There's no way the US in any forseeable millenia and beyond will call themselves an "empire"
When the police started talking about Tor in ZnT I had a feeling that was a mix of satisfaction and cringe.
It even has a cute protagonist that /g/ can relate to.
Lain, of course.
A girl in a bear suit hacks the Gibson
Computers and advanced networking.
Also some aliens ayyy lmao
That's about as far away as possible you could be to being accurate
Also Kreiger from Archer is basically /g/ as one person
Are you saying it's not an animated series?
Or are you saying anything that's not from Japan doesn't count as anime? Even if it's from France, which was one of the biggest influences in the development of the Japanese art style after the introduction of Western Culture.
The definition of anime for us westerners is a series mainly conceived in Japan for a Japanese company targeted to a Japanese public. Things like Wakfu or Avatar don't meet the requirements..
Let's not get autistic here guys.
As I said, turn off the sound and you can't tell the difference because the only thing that you can use to tell the difference with is the langauge it's spoken in.
It's been awhile, and I can't say I was paying the closest attention, but was "American Empire" actually what the USA called themselves there or was it just what Japan called the USA? Like how in the real world the literal translation of the Japanese term is something more like like "The Federal State of America".
It's an alternative reality anyway based on WW3 and WW4 happening that's that the US called itself since the old US fell apart in WW3 but came back, I don't get why the other guy is butt blasted at an alternate reality
That's how it's written.