>Robot in the background
>5 pilots (1 of which is a (best) girl though)
>5 robots in the background
Seems about even to me. Should have posted pic related
>11 robots in the background
Seems better to me.
Do you remember when girls over 20 could win.
Yeah, I just read one of the recent chapters of Jitsu wa Watashi wa.
(You make it sound like girls over 20 winning has ever been common at all unless the guy is close to the same age, and even then that's not an exact science)
>Do you remember when girls over 20 could win.
I remember Sheryl Nome just fine.
>The 80s was the only era that had women over 20 in romance the most .Maison ikkoku,macross,etc. It was at its height during some point in the 80s. Then japan died.
The only example I remember where a woman over 20, and I mean a milf is in love with a student 19-20 year old something is Doctor Era Quinstein from Baldios.
In the film version they have sex even if it's not shown explicitely (hey it was the early eighties after all)
After that you might as well say Japan died inside. No more grown women, intelligent, head of research teams protecting the earth etc... Just moeshit galore.
>maison had a milf technically, she was close to it and it was the best romance anime ever done.
No, Kyoko was never a milf. She married when she was just out of school. Let's say Soichiro died 10 years into her marriage, that wouldn't even make her a 30 year old woman when she meets Godai.
>3 examples posted in this thread
>"The pre-90s was sooooo full of hot older ladies winning teenage boys guys, you don't even know"
I actually think, despite how still very 'very' rare it is, it was more done after the 80s than otherwise given how it's kind of a fetish
>Girls over 20 never win in anime post-80s.
This one technically never lost, MC just got spirited away to post apocalypti-City for some convoluted plot by Methuselah.
Great. My faggot loser meme spouting friends who only watch harem,slice of life and loli shit will no doubt eat this up.
The Japanese idol music industry changed.
During the late 70s/early 80s idols were mainly technically skilled solo acts. Music was sold prominently on records and cassettes.
The modern idol industry are more image-centric with large groups of cute and disposable idols.
You know, I wonder if or how they will have the Vajra come in for Delta, like perhaps if Hayate does get to pilot a Valkyrie, will a new type of Vajra come by later on and link up with his mech as armor parts?
The internet is what changed it. In the 70's, 80's, and 90's you had to sell based on sound because the market depended on radio and physical media selling. The times when you would actually see the singer was minimal: magazines, concerts, and TV (I'm assuming there was a jap MTV equivalent). The internet age allowed for constant mass production of idols based on constant visual contact. Fans now saw their performer via social media, niconico, and other sources. This allowed for them to constantly see and judge the people beyond the concert hall. This is really what changed the industry over there into the modern idol scene. 3426
>Mirage confirmed for bowl
I was still on the fence about it happening
Reminder that Mirage is actually going to be a jobber and that Valkyries will be doing dance number formations that MC will pick up on with ease because he's a good dancer and Mirage was slower than everyone else in the preview.
The Vajra pretty much fucked off at the end of Frontier. If we take the TV seried as canon, pretty much nobody but the Frontier fleet had contact with the things so it is doubtful whether most of the galaxy even knows of their existence.
So I don't think there will be any Vajra hanging around, they certainly don't seem to care enough.
Self defense of the space rat vermin come to mind.