So, who gets raped today?
>another recap episiode
Why are girls from old anime so much cuter than the generic mass produced girls of anime today?
I don't think so.
is Wormslut the worst girl ever
>unlikeable and boring
>says 5x senpai in every sentence
The Animedia interview in the February 2017 issue specified that both Yamada and Ishihara accept that Kumiko and Shuichi will be romantically linked and they're "rooting for" Reina in her crush on Taki-sensei.
Seriously, what do you think about this /a/non?
For me this is plain sad. I have always thought that Kyoani was a good studio but crossed the line here. Their bastard marketing strategy is totally inappropriate, out of place and a insult.
Hibike is cancelled for me and any other stuff from Kyoani surely too. I don't like people being treated that way.
Can't you fuckers try harder? Day after day with this terrible and uncreative crap, at least back in the day losers put some thought into their shitpost. Sometimes.
Why are yanderes so few and between anime series but theres a token tsundere in every anime like its a fucking Japanese government requirement?
Something is missing
WHERE ARE YOU WHEN ANIME IS SAVED
Sure signs an anime is trash before you even pick it up:
>nobody ever mentions the male lead when discussing the show
>nobody remembers the male lead's name, or if they do, it's solely because one of the female leads said it in a memorable way.
>the girls are posted exclusively, to the point where you have to look it up to find out it even has a male protagonist
What the fuck was his problem?
For whom did /a/ root for?
Post homosexual characters.
Sigh, adorable girls like her don't exist in the real world...
> Polygon Pictures
> Directed by Kōbun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita
> Written by Gen Urobuchi
> In the year 2048, the human race is forced to leave Earth after decades of losing against Godzilla and other giant monsters. They take a twenty year journey to another planet called Tau Ceti e, but upon arrival, they discover that the planet has become uninhabitable. As living conditions on their ship deteriorate, a young man named Haruo spearheads a movement to return to Earth and take it back from the monsters. The ship successfully makes the return voyage, but the crew discovers that twenty thousand years have passed and Earth's ecosystem has evolved, with Godzilla reigning atop the new food chain
Ok. Let's guess what the big plot twist is going to be. In Psycho Pass, it was the Sibyl is humans twist. In Madoka, it was the witches are humans twist. In Gargantia, it was the Hideauze are humans twist. I'm willing to bet Godzilla is actually a giant mass of mutated humans all fused to each other and joined by a hive mind. I wouldn't even mind it, it would be a refreshing take on the radioactive dinosaur.
>I'm willing to bet Godzilla is actually a giant mass of mutated humans all fused to each other and joined by a hive mind. I wouldn't even mind it, it would be a refreshing take on the radioactive dinosaur.
post protagonists who infuriated you to no end
I'll start, he was tolerable in the first two arcs but by the time they got back to the capital he was absolutely insufferable