Hello, I'd like to stay here for three days and two nights.
No, it's a /tv/ meme that found it's way to /a/. Although it certainly is relevant in this case.
Digimon were technically isekai.
Prove me wrong
ITT: Best girls from their respective series.
Starting with some obvious ones.
Have you watched Maruko yet, /a/?
ITT: We fix shitty anime that had a great premise but fucked it up.
>Replace "monster of the week" with 12 individuals either actively plotting to murder the others, or simply stay alive Death Note style.
>Make bagguys less retarded. Blind guy uses his wits to survive, rather than a nuts Sentai hero. Maybe the couple doesn't take Yuki/Yuno's phones then challenge them to a nonsensical death match.
>Yuki has clear arc where he starts out as a pussy, then is forced to make a series of increasingly depraved moral compromises in order to survive, until he finally becomes a sociopathic megalomaniac
>Yuki's parents aren't directly involved in any way, but get murdered midway through as collateral damage
>Replace retarded plot shit. For example, when the toddler tries to poison them, maybe they simply see that Yuki dies on Yuno's phone and figure it out, rather than feeling the weight of the tomatoes.
>In the same vein, base shit to some degree in reality apart from the game and gods (for example, no unstoppable explosion proof armor, darts through phones, etc.)
>Instead of being so in love with him and complicated AU bs, have Yuno slowly grow disillusioned with Yuki the more narcissistic he becomes, and realize that she only fell for him because he offered her a respite from her shitty life.
>Eventually, Yuki goes full psychopath, and starts completely disregarding Yuno's life in order to serve his own agenda. When she almost dies and he just sort of brushes it off, she decides to kill him, but can't until the end of the game since her phone would become useless.
>With everyone else dead, Yuki expects Yuno to kill herself in service to him. She tries to murder him, he manages to get away, and the show ends with the two biggest psychopaths in the show going head to head, with Yuki having to fight someone who knows his every move.
>Stays more or less the same the end of episode 6 or so
>Haru and Shizuku legitimately start dating, as opposed to weird one step forward two steps back BS drama
>No stupid love triangle. Maybe other people start to like them, but they brush them off immediately.
>Drama comes from them figuring each other and their relationship out and dealing with the world around them, rather than stupid "we can/can't be together" romcom bs.
>Drama continues to ensue as they continue to help each other find a balance between work and play, and Shizuku slowly helps Haru understand that violence, while effective, is only applicable to solve certain problems.
From left to right: Rukia, Ishida and Ichigo.
What did he see?
What'd you think of Angel's Egg?
Wow. It's shit.
ITT: shows normalfags would never understand.
Is it normal to get turned on by your imouto?
Check out this cool picture of Miyako.
Ｈｉ Ｉ ａｍ Ｙｕｎｏ． Ｈｉ ａｍ ｆｒｏｍ Ｊａｐａｎ．
Ｙｏｕｒ ｓｉｔｅ ｉｓ ｃｕｔｅ． Ｍａｎｙ ｍａｎｙ ｃｕｔｅ ｐｈｏｔｏ． Ｉ ａｍ ｉｎ ｙｏｕｒ ｓｉｔｅ ｆｏｒ ｍａｎｙ ｍａｎｙ ｔｉｍｅ， ｂｕｔ Ｉ ｎｏ ｕｎｄｅｒｓｔａｎｄｏ ａｌｌ．
Ｗｈａｔ ｙｏｕ ｔａｌｋ？ Ｗｈａｔ ｉｓ ｔｈｅ ｆａｖｏｒｉｔｅ ｄｉｓｃｕｓｓｉｏｎ ｙｏｕ ｓａｙ ｐｌｅａｓｅ？
Ｓｏｒｒｙ ｆｏｒ ｍｙ ｑｕｅｓｔｉｏｎ． Ｂｙｅ ｂｙｅ Ａｍｅｒｉｃａ．
Would you let her use her aphrodisiac on you, /a/?
I will start.
>Dozen fate anime coming out
>Dozen Fate stories ongoing at the moment
>Apocrypha anime in a month
>FGO english release in two days
>Mobile game makes like 30 million a month apparently, and Sony admits that it basically keeps an entire division in the black at the moment.
Its unironically the age of Fate