I should probably get around to saving more webms...
I know, but you can argue with something like "they are made out of an unobtanium material"
But the ship, the ship is made of steel, not gundarium or something like that, also is almost hollow
What I'd give to watch this episode for the first time again... That moment was a boxer dropper.
Every single moment of God Bless Dancouga. Well animated (after the TV show, that's a good thing), starting with the bandits, then that fight in the city, the main characters breaking out of prison, Dancouga VS Fake Dancouga, and then...
I loved that final part of the first half of Layzner where you had all the fighters escorting the shuttle to the battlefield and talking to each other about their homes and inviting each other to meet their girlfriends when they got back.
The feels were real.
Yeah it could have been done slightly better
>Lalah Sune was a woman who could have become a mother to me
But the final part of CCA was a good end to the long rivalry of Amuro and Char, in the end with neither of them winning outright
> neither of them outright winning
> Amuro clearly beats Char in MS combat
> Amuro stops Char's entire plan dead
> Char achieves nothing in the end
> Amuro doesn't either, but never set out to do anything other than stop the current conflict
Amuro pretty clearly won in any way you want to count anon. Then again, Zeta was the better climax for them in my opinion.
whats cooler than thousands of giant warmongering bitches suddenly learning what love and Nsync is?
honestly a lot of things, but this is pretty frackin cool.
I think you missed the part where AMURO WRECKED SAZABI to the point where Char had to eject the cockpit. Amuro went "no, bitch, you're sitting this one out."
Every sound effect emitted from the Juaggu is sex. Especially the particle beam noise.
>in the end with neither of them winning outright
What? At the end of the MS fight, they get into a fist fight where Nu beats on Sazabi so hard his cockpit ejects to try and save him. When his cockpit is ejecting, Amuro grabs it o prevent char from getting away, and then shoves it into Axis so that if it goes down, he goes down. He then pushes Axis back into a stable orbit and prevents the drop, stopping Char's plan.
Char lost his duel, got caught in the end, and had his plan thwarted. How was that not an outright victory for Amuro?
Why is he so calm about her death? There is a huge portion of one of the episodes dedicated to how much he LOVES HIS DAUGHTER, and then when she becomes kill he just kind of makes a sad face and no one cares about her again.
You know, it's even more depressing when you take Beastmen into general into account. They still exist post-timeskip, so I assume something was done about the degeneration thing, but it's still a set number of individuals who cannot procreate and will inevitably all grow old and die, leaving Viral as the last beastman in the universe.
26 episodes of feels, 26 episodes of showing that choice matters most in determining whether something can be used for good or evil.
You gotta be joking... Step it up /m/:
WHERE MY TOKUBROS AT
Has there ever been a crossover movie where there's a Rider Kick with EVERY SINGLE Rider so far at the same time?
Because it's cool.
To my knowledge, it was just kinda bland, and not very good. I think that's really its only memorable moment.
And say what you want about Gurren Lagann being pleb-tier, but it still had some really fun moments.
Just think of how many innocent species of all those galaxies were instantaneously annihilated in that fight from being stepped on by TTGL and the anti-spiral and from each being knocked into galaxies. tons of galaxies get outright destroyed, used as makeshift weapons. Their fight results in a genocide on a cosmic scale
And that's why we need to limit the use of Spiral Power. It will destroy the universe if left unchecked! Innocent sapient beings will be killed thanks to humanity's lust for power!
You know, maybe that Anti-Spiral guy was onto something when I tried to exterminate all the Spiral races.
Is there a Domon fight-moment that isn't awesome?
So, crazy thing about that is that Amuro would have to specify that the AE guys put a hardpoint on the back and mount the missiles downards. Seriously, who the fuck plans for THAT tactic?
Those aren't downward mounted missiles, it's just Amuro firing the bazooka while it's stored on the backpack storage rack.
best gundam episode of all time
>Amuro would have to specify that the AE guys put a hardpoint on the back and mount the missiles downards. Seriously, who the fuck plans for THAT tactic?
Look closely. That was his bazooka. He fired it while it was still folded away in its storage configuration.
Amuro is a crazy motherfucker.
Steampunk mecha counts, right guys? If so, every single scene with this crazy mother fucker.
GOTTA WATCH THOSE ACTION MOVIES
I feel ashamed for not posting this first. I've never seen anything else that quite captures that odd blend of FUCK YEAH and OH SHIT that we got when Kouji took down Dr. Hell. And then shit got even better from there. That finale was the perfect conclusion to (if you ask me) Imagawa's masterpiece.
Symphogear son, perhaps my favorite magical girl for the conceivable future
I've never felt this hyped for one of these
tell it to me straight, doctor, does /krg/ actually dislike showa, or is that an ebin meem? I find the idea of HEART and JUSTICE and BUGMEN ANDROID NINJAS more
appealingthan banana samurais and wizards
All right, I'll give it a shot.
I tend to prefer marathoning stuff, so I like to clear out my backlog before moving on to anything "new". Especially if they might have some bull-shit mid-season break. Right now, the three things I'm waiting on are Fate: Unlimited Bladeworks (not very /m/, I know), Try, and Reconguista.
My current backlog includes V and Turn A Gundams, Gurren Lagan, Avatar the last Airbender and Korra. Of those, I've seen Avatar, but I'd rather refresh myself before tackling Korra. Symphogear and M3 will go to the back of my list, but I will definitely get around to watching them.
>yfw you realize in Gundam Valhalla, Al is their son.
All is well!