>mfw STILL haven't watched madoka since the characters managed to look even more uglier than clannad
How did such ugly shit get popular again?
>Take one of the best directors of all time
>Give them millions of dollars
>Give them 10 years to finish it
>It's the most boring, bloated, cliche-ridden piece of crap ever made
This is why nobody wants to fund anime.
Will Bleach return to finish with a golden key?
I've been putting off watching Berserk for a couple years now, but finally watched it over the last couple days.
My final thoughts
Mah boy Guts got NTR'd hard as fuck.
>OH MY INDESTRUCTIBLE GOLDEN CENTAUR KNIGHTMARE
>OH MY MULTIVERSE OF POSSIBILITIES
>OH MY GEASS THAT CAME FROM A PAINTING
Will R3 be as bad as this steaming pile of shit?
The Geass fandom is the Emperor's New Clothes of anime fandom. How in God's name can you say anything in Akito is worse than R2, how is any of that shit any more ridiculous than the shit that was covered in the TV series?
>How in God's name can you say anything in Akito is worse than R2, how is any of that shit any more ridiculous than the shit that was covered in the TV series?
When is this story ever getting good again?
Then it would be a story, a good story- not constant climax. Considering this is a battle Shounen-- the arcs should have rising actions. This arc feels like a steadily decreasing ramp we just want to get off of. This Arc better have a satisfying end, or this might be the place where a lot of the readers stop.
I know I am tardy the party, but I just recently watched all of Steins Gate and I think it is working it's way into my heart as my favorite anime of all time. At episode 22 when they kiss and Christina accepts her fate and professes her love actually made me cry. Which I have never done other than watching a few films that made me think of my late father. I really felt the show could have ended on that note at episode 22. That being said I felt the last two episodes and the special were a let down as it did not fully give me what I was hoping for from them in a happy ending.
My issue stems from the fact Christina does not gain ALL of her memories from the other time lines, even in the special she still has only glimpses of it that really doesn't push toward the true love he shares for her in all timelines. Those memories, like the theme of the show, are what make a person who they are and the main timeline Christina really doesn't have all of the feelings that built their love.
What I want to know is if this is only in the outcome in the anime and if I should play the VN or read the manga to get the ending I really want with her getting all her memories.
Also I would love to hear your guys opinions on the topic and what you felt about the show in general.
I don't post here often so I am hoping this is an acceptable topic and doesn't go against the whole unspoken "no recommendations" rule
Well like I said I am thinking about it, but does this have the ending I am looking for with Christina getting all of her memories back?
What makes the VN different from the anime other than the alt waifu endings? More content? More build up? Or does it have an alternate events that occur in the build up to the events that occur in the anime?
Answer me this, /a/: how did he say "I sacrifice" if he doesn't have a tongue?
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
Maybe you'll all think I'm weird but for me a seiyuu who can do an honest to god authentic battle cry or death/pain scream is an absolute pleasure to listen to. Its pretty rare that you get someone who can do more than the stereotypical KYAAAAHH anime damsel in distress thing. As such I thought we'd have a thread where we present some of our favorite examples.
I'll start us out with what is probably the most famous example, Megumi Ogata as Shinji Ikari.
A personal favorite of mine, though certainly less extreme than Ogata's performance, is Hidaka Noriko's war cry as Takaya Noriko in Gunbuster, showcased at several points during the following battle scene:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0vCY3I5yxo&t=107s (battle starts around 1:15)
What are your favorite examples /a/?
When Guts yells Griffith In the last episode of the old anime show while he's running with his arm ripped off. English dub of course
I really do like shinjis voice actor(both Japanese and english).
Erwin screaming after getting his arm bit
or alternatively Eren yelling like crazy one ep later
>I'll start us out with what is probably the most famous example, Megumi Ogata as Shinji Ikari.
Not even the best scream in Eva. Asuka dying in EoE is the best one.
I NEVER DOUBTED THEM.
That has to amount to something.
Also the songs are translated, which was the biggest delay.
What qualities make for a good protagonist in anime and manga?
-- easily self-insertable (bland personality, no special features, as well as attractive [done for the sake of delusional people])
-- """smartest person""" [more than the retarded girls he's surrounded by]
-- bitch magnet
-- A Nice Guy™
-- has one special ability in his given universe
-- clumsy as fuck // alpha as fuck (it matters not)
> good protagonist
oh wait. Maybe a flawed individual who has certain redeeming qualities and is humanized plenty by the author.
> anime and manga
Why didn't they give her a character archetype?