Wait a minute...that mask...is he...?
How do you feel about prince(female) types?
smartly dressed women are a fetish of mine
Why was this allowed?
Boys can't love boys.
Second episode is out but I suppose no one is watching this.
ITT: We post a plebeian anime and the patrician equivalent
Starting with a few that should be obvious to any patrician:
Pleb: Neon Genesis Evangelion
Patrician: Fight! Iczer-One
Patrician: Orguss 02
Patrician: Alien Nine
Pleb: Zeta Gundam
Patrician: Char's Counterattack
Pleb: Urusei Yatsura
If I'm the sort of guy that like this kind of character archetype, what does that make me?
Why is this show so overly edgy?
I mean, i get that it started production in 2008 and all, but seriously?
its almost unbearable.
Is KnJ the greatest loli manga of all time?
Too much blatant fanservice for anyone to take it seriously and to hide the fact that it's incredibly mediocre as a loli story.
Starts off slow, finally gets entertaining 50 episodes later at York New Arc. Goes back to being boring for another 50+ episodes until the near end of the Chimera Ant Arc.
What's the appeal of this series? Is it to attract Shota loving pedophiles and Hisoka being a self-insert character.
Madhouse's 2011 adaptation has been met with near universal critical acclaim. While the series as a whole has received widespread praise, the Chimera Ant arc in particular has been often singled out. In addition to being met with rave reviews, the arc has generated considerable discussion and analysis of its themes, symbols, characters and structure throughout and in the aftermath of its run. The arc is commonly viewed as a deconstruction of shōnen and action anime; other readings have focused on supposed symbolic parallels with Buddhism and nuclear war. Nick Creamer compared the arc to a “war drama”. In a lengthy essay, Creamer read the arc as a study of, and in the end a simultaneous critique and defense of human nature.
Much of the writing surrounding the arc focuses on its villain, the Chimera Ant King. Largely echoing Creamer’s conclusion, Luke Halliday, in an examination of the character, describes his story as “an exploration into what it means to be human.” In the piece, Halliday describes the King's development as “one of the most interesting and captivating in anime . . . [the King's] journey is simply unforgettable” and states his own belief that the arc “will go down as one of the greatest stories told in anime”.
ITT: Waste of air
Will she win the Umarubowl?
How do we beat him?