So what is Japan trying to tell us with the Spring season finale?
ITT we post those who did nothing wrong
Why does Goku tolerate Vegeta?
Am I the only one who can't stop saving Shiburin images? They're just so aesthetically pleasing to look at.
New volume out
they had caught up with the manga so theres prolly gonna be a pause till there is more to adapt
I hope you've already started saving your semen for when this girl returns.
yeah, I sure have haha
Not OP but, a thread about Kabaneri/Mumei, i suppose. How can that be difficult to get, anon?
What is going on in this image? How did Ray notice?
The flowers in the lantern are the same flowers that were around whatsherface that died in the very first chapter. Also I'm guessing he probably realized when she grabbed his hand. She was keeping it under her cloak but it probably still felt all gross and demon-y.
Middle School Idols is getting a mobage.
post THAT track /a/
>Anime Girls who are still cute after losing their virginity
>The freckles were fake
>Her plain looking was a lie
I feel betrayed /a/.
>draw a girl
>call it a boy
Is it good? Usually I read rather comics than mangas.
After having to face reality once again, i ended up depressed and envying everyone who has a romantic relationship, as i'm as autistic as hachiman and waifu-types don't exist in 3D.
Why don't more anime focus on adult lives or the shitty reality of people's relationships? So far i only know of Genshiken as a college anime, and it's literally no different from a generic highschool otaku club. One would imagine the japanese would receive well shows that give light to their actually shitty environments, but all they do is fun highschool shit. Why do they view with rose tinted glasses the shittest years of their lives?
tl;dr why aren't there more adult life anime?
People mainly watch anime/read LN's,manga as a form of escapism. A lot of people don't like to be reminded about real life issues when they watch stuff like this due to various reasons. It's not just in japan. I heard that there was a show on netflix that's geting a lot of hate for covering real life issues. I think it was called 13 reasons why or something. I personally don't give a fuck about stuff like that and wouldn't mind watching something different for a change.