What do you want to see in an harem series?
can we discuss this?
What the hell is going on?
Utaha a cute!!
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>this will never be translated due to getting licensed
Why is this faget putting the translated routes on youtube instead of providing a romhack?
Pink-haired musume looks kawaii. But is the show deserving of those looks? Explain.
So has this gone anywhere? When is the new chapter? Why the fuck did Ritz think the dumb loser match was a good idea?
There was a Teru flashback where we learned a little about how Teru joined the mahjong club, with hints of Saki and Shino.
Which Love Live is best for breeding
What does /a/ think of Jin Roh the Wolf Brigade?
How does anime work on TV?Specifically in Japan.
When and where do they air?Is there such a thing as an anime only channel?What about hentai
morning-mid day is all the shounen stuff and the stuff for young adults/kids. night is when more adult seinen stuff airs and whatnot. there are anime only channels as well as anime blocks on non-anime channels i think. hentai is just released straight to video and sold either in the back of a normal shop that would have anime, in a porn shop, or in one of those vending machines.
this probably isnt 100 percent accurate but its close im sure.
You can turn on the television and have a 1/25-1/50 chance of finding anime on, typically. You're much more likely to find anime on television in America than you are in Japan. There's no such thing as an anime-only channel, and hentai is unheard of as an actual genre of animation - it's just another word for "pervert" or "strange guy", and most people would be shocked that the Western idea of "hentai" actually exists.
There are only eight channels - one channel shows anime late at night for an hour or two (SAO, SnK and Berserk, for instance), and you can find miscellaneous children's shows (Doraemon, Anpanman) in the morning, and the more popular anime (previously Naruto, One Piece and Adventure Time) around dinner time, but you're not going to find other shows unless you go searching for them.
For most shows, you need to pay for a premium cable package. You typically buy the channel you're interested in. Other shows are online streaming-only, like AbemaTV, or only available depending on what prefecture you live in (those in Saitama and Chiba get different broadcasts than Tokyo residents, for instance)
This is closer to myth than it is to anything resembling accuracy.
t. have lived in Japan for many years
Did you prefer the manga? The western adaptation? Or the original LN which I haven't read?
Personally really enjoyed the manga, though I felt the ending was too abrupt.
Personally I enjoyed both.
The manga had a more interesting plot and better fleshed out world, but the ending felt too inconclusive.
The movie was a shameless Cruise action flick that offered and needed no justification for all the crazy shit it tacked on to the original formula. The ending had closure but felt a little too 'neat' compared to the original.
While the movie didn't cover all of the stuff in the manga, it still was enjoyable and it didn't feel monotonous at all. Both adaptations sought to do their own thing and I liked both. The axes are cooler though.
One of the best isekai
really makes you think