Can't decide if i love or hate this. Some scenes are cool, some are shit. What do you guys think about this? Not a lot of discussion about this one here
yeah the lol so randumb scenes got old quick and the middle was a drag but episode 9 was alright. just watched it. the drama parts are more interesting than just randomness for the sake of randomness
It's passable harem comedy shit. I like the designs and most of the voicework but it doesn't seem particularly memorable since the gimmick is far from original.
"My Spring Tiger Can't Be This Cute" edition.
Next episode is today, lads. What do you expect?
Sunrise is starting an animation school next year.
Which succulent fruit would you partake of first, /a/?
What are you looking at senpai?
shieeeeeeet at your fucking nice tits you fine bitch, if you didn't want me to slurp them up like a milkshake you shouldn't have prostrated yourself in front of me in such a lewd bitch manner, so no complaining *sluuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurp*
Why did Madoka have to lie to us? She said she can see the past, present, and future and can see everywhere yet she didn't see the events of rebellion. If she could see the future she would have seen what Homura did. If not then she could have mentioned something about not being able to see a certain time in the future.
(HEAVY SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES)
Why the fuck doesn't Seita just swallow his fucking pride and move back in with that bitch aunt of his? If he did, her sister wouldn't have died, and he wouldn't have died either. Don't get me wrong, the film is awesome but fucking hell is that little detail stupid.
is ruri the cutest autist in anime?
Name one flaw about her.
BREAK DOWN BREAK DOWN
With Ofanimon: Falldown Mode confirmed for Tailmon's Ultimate Evolution, does this mean that Hurricane Landing!! is finally non-canon, or is this another Dark Evolution type deal like with Greymon having SkullGreymon and MetalGreymon as 2 separate Perfect levels?
>Touching memorable death scene
>Turns out later the character didn't actually die
Nanatsu no Taizai in a nutshell. And then some characters will pay their respects to the actual deaths of some immensely sideline characters that barely had two lines or just entirely unnamed characters.
It's kind of silly. This crop from the manga sums it up pretty well. It's a shame because I like a lot about it, but whenever someone dies, it just doesn't matter. If they're a main character or important side character, they will come back.
Okay, memes aside, did he actually do something wrong? If so, what part was the wrong part? The rape? The massacre?
Thoughts on Casca becoming whiter and whiter with each adaptation?