She's been broken and reverted to having the mind of a 7 year old. She'll never get a high school education, or learn how to take care of herself, or know how to live in the world.
And when Natsu dies, the only person who will even bother to look after her will be her cousin who will definitely sexually assault her. It's also very likely that Hibiki will beat her up on a daily basis.
Poor Machi. Her smile couldn't be saved.
I enjoyed it a lot. It's like a Hero Archtype Journey without the being a master of two worlds.
Her anxiety was so much that she hallucinated people throwing rocks at her it was pretty sad.
I want a S2 but it's just her being failing at social things again.
What went right? What went wrong? Why is it still alive?
WHERE THE FUCK IS THE CYBER SLEUTH ANIME, INSTEAD WE GET APPISHIT
Name a more threatening motherfucker
Was it Kino /a/?
He's very confused. This is Kino. That is obviously Neon Genesis Evangelion.
ITT: pregnable cuties
I don't get it
What are you going to watch and what are your expectations?
>Clione no Akari
looks comfy but probably won't be that amazing
>Koi to Uso
has the potential to be really cool is executed well
>Made in Abyss
>Musekinin Galaxy Tylor
Never watched the original but looks fun
only watching it because I see it hyped up here, will probably drop
should be decent like the first half
will probably be generic as fuck but it might be cute
What makes a good anime? or rather a successful one?
In terms of success, I'm suggesting anime such as; Dragon Ball, Cowboy Bebop, Bleach, Naruto, Hunter X Hunter, Gundam, One Piece.
What is the next generation of this sort of anime? Attack on Titan? My Hero Academia?
It'd be best if personal bias was kept to a limit in this thread, criticism should be given where it's due, but no ranting.
What're the traits and criteria that require, and go in to making a long series?
Please be genuine in your posts, and preferably no shitposting.
They may not be considered good, but they are successful. Some people may not like them, but we can't ignore the fact that they're popular/were mainstream.
What makes an anime cool?
I have to admit, I didn't realize he was banging Onii-sama(whose name I don't remember) until the episode where they had that argument where one of them got slapped(my memories of Gunbuster are kind of vague)
Dunno if I was missing some obvious hints or what
when is Imaishi announcing the new anime?
Why didn't he just kill Suzaku?
>Come home after a long day of work
>As you walk through the front door you see this and it asks you if you want dinner, bath or it.
What do you do
Everyone wants to look like Koito. EVERYONE.
You is the cutest