Why did season 2 flop? It was better and more mature than season 1. So why?
examples of archetypes that you normally love, but you despise the character
Only thing trigger can do well are the character designs imo. They have produced outstanding ,diverse and interesting LOOKING their staff is generally mediocre at everything else.
So to answer your question:
>examples of archetypes that you normally love, but you despise the character
All Trigger characters archetypes wear their welcome to me pretty quick.
I've got no intention of hating on Trigger or anything like that, I just feel genuine loathing for Ragyo when I normally love evil and bitchy older ladies. I was wondering if anyone else felt the same about another character.
Could use some advice from /a/.
Recently finished the green jacket series of Lupin III. Going to start the red jacket series but it has 155 episodes. Can I get a suggestion of which episodes to watch? Is there a certain point where the quality goes down or something?
Lupin III thread
ANN did an article a while back that's basically a "Greatest Hits" of all the Lupin TV series to date, organized chronologically. It's as good a start as any.
Coming next year
What was his name again?
ITT True neutrals
Hes clearly neutral.
>A neutral character does what seems to be a good idea. She doesn't feel strongly one way or the other when it comes to good vs. evil or law vs. chaos.
>Most neutral characters exhibit a lack of conviction or bias rather than a commitment to neutrality. Such a character thinks of good as better than evil-after all, she would rather have good neighbors and rulers than evil ones.
>Still, she's not personally committed to upholding good in any abstract or universal way.
It fits him like a glove
Armin at this point might have told the rest about sacrificing Historia as an option. What if hobo Eren is alone and ran away from the others?
Who will die first
meanwhile on The Wired /a/...
Let's have a thread dedicated to episodes that had way better animation than the rest of its respective series despite not being all that important
Nichijou or Nichibros?
Nichijou had better quality and stuff but the humor was just too lol random xd, I still enjoyed it, but found nichibros a lot more enjoyable and relatable, even if many of their jokes fell flat
Is it okay to shoot a loli?
Isekai wasn't a huge mistake.
>One of the most prominent examples of dragging and milking is Martial World and True Martial World by Cocooned Cow.
>Some of the scummiest bullshit, with the main character stuck in a conversation for three chapters, or he'll level up for several chapters as the greek choir praises him in astonishment.
That's the kind of shit that happens when authors are paid per word instead of per volume.
Although even JP novels fall prey to this too, when series suddenly become popular and the author decides to extend a story long past the shelf life.
Anyone wanna talk about this series and its ending?