The Rosario+Vampire anime is easily the worst adaptation ever. Not only is it completely different from the manga, on its own the show is shit too.
Despite its popularity and long run during its time
How come Inuyasha isn't as remembered as other big anime from the mid-90s?
Or even as remembered other works from Urusei Yatsura (namely Urusei Yatsura and Ranma ½)
CHOOSE YOUR NATION, /a/!
Next season looks like complete shit /a/
I can't say I'm looking forward to anything other than some OVA's
What are you looking forward to
this fucking slut..
Puberty is a wild ride
What does Nerv's motto mean in the context of Evangelion?
"God's in His heaven, all's right with the world"
would you watch an anime about Yumi and her friends?
Rip my heart right out why don't you, deaf girl.
>Kakashi only trained Sasuke
>Guy only trained Rock Lee
>Asuma only trained Shikamaru
Why is Kurenai the only sensei who did her job correctly?
Kakashi was an idiot who thought two out of three of his students were hopeless and useless.
Guy probably couldn't teach Neji because Neji's ego wouldn't allow it, or probably learning any jutsu unrelated to hyuuga shit. He probably couldn't teach Tenten more than she knew because, for some fucking reason, naruto ninja seem to think of weapons as cowardly and ineffective.
Asuma? No idea.
Kurenai also probably was the only one with a team that seemed to possess decent synergy but no strategist or guidance on how to synergize their skills.
What order do i watch this in?
Reminder that THIS is what a healthy woman for breeding looks like, /a/.
Nicely devoloped full breasts, plump butt, and wide hips.
Is this the most adorable face in anime history?
I just finished this on
Netflixand just wanted to talk about it.
I really enjoyed it but thought it was overlong and a little emotionally manipulative at times, bordering on melodrama. However, the artwork and animation was excellent, as well as the character designs.
The music was great and I enjoyed the characterization of all of the main group of kids. It was sweet and sad and I feel better for watching it.
I cried a lot. But what do you think Kaori's disease was? It was definitely neurodegenerative, so my best guess is Friedrich's Ataxia.
Who is better?