Is the chart completed? I haven't seen it done!
The most recent I can get in the archive is pic related.
> Bullying the whole childhood.
> Broke almost every bone in his body.
> Failed in the tournament.
> Lost first place in the character poll for his biggest rival.
> Lives every day knowing that his greatest idol will have to die so that he becomes his successor.
Instead we have Osamu, from World Trigger, who practically never suffered damage since all the fights are "fake", and Light who is a psychopath and only suffered in his last seconds of life.
Get in line. I'm still waiting for Stain to get on the chart.
How differently would Stay Night have played out if Shirou had summoned her instead of Saber?
How about we consider literally anything other than yet another alternative Fate scenario, for a change?
IT'S THAT TIME OF THE MONTHS GUYS!
with this, the adaptation of volume 5 to manga form has started.
Hopefully this means we'll see more art of L'Arc and other characters.
Just look at this handsome fucker. Also, spoilers i guess
Why did everything have to end like this? Im sad for the girls, specially for Homura, she is going to be ruling the universe and controlling madoka forever. Fuck kyubey.
What's eating dudebro? I mean, who wouldn't be happy to be free from such a shithole universe?
>A renowned critic of literature and film approaches you.
>He declares all anime and manga is infantile trash with weak themes, terrible writing, incoherent plot. None of it comparable to humanities greatest works.
What would you show him to prove him wrong?
LEAVE FEBRUARY ALONE
Ace begins her comeback.
The owls are very kashikoi
After re-watching the entire show a few times, I think I can confirm that ep.1 and 2 are just as good as the rest.
My theory is that people is still in shock/getting used to the settings to really appreciate them.
With that said, the show really holds well after a few rewatches outside of ep.8. That one is a chore to finish. (The pengins are cute, the forced drama isn't)
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was it kino?
We had the same thread like two days ago.
It's Kino, it's tabi, it's a bit of no as well.
Are there still people who seriously believe Jinbe isn't joining the crew?
>sequel of a finished story
>manages to be good
It's been announced. No date yet though. I'd imagine fall 2017, since summer's almost here and nothing's been said yet, but who knows. Could be summer, could even be winter or beyond.
Better not be 1-cour though. Chaos;Head and Chaos;Child anime were mistakes.
Anime technical director Taiki Nishimura reported on his Twitter account on Monday that his monthly income is 100,000 yen (about US$900) for each anime that he works on. Nishimura noted that he has been working in the anime industry for 20 years.
Nishimura said that he needs at least 150,000 yen (US$1,350) to 200,000 yen (US$1,800) in income per month. He said that he wants to concentrate on one anime at a time, but he has to work on two television anime to have enough income. Nishimura said that he receives about 230,000 yen (US$2,070) per anime, and each anime takes about two months to complete. As a result, his monthly income per anime is about 100,000 yen (about US$900).
Nishimura added that the most he has earned in total pay for an anime so far is 300,000 yen (US$2,700), and the least is 160,000 yen (US$1,440). He said that the anime with the highest pay was produced at a medium-sized production company, and the anime with the lowest pay was at a major production company. Nishimura said that the anime for which he received that highest pay had major big-name sponsors.
He said that he can live on 100,000 yen per month from anime work because he purchased his apartment and pays no rent. Nishimura also sometimes does major work besides anime. He believes that if workers in the anime industry have to pay rent, then they have to work on more than one project simultaneously. However, working on multiple projects simultaneously leaves no time for rest, and Nishimura said he suffered as a result.
Nishimura has worked as an episode director for anime such as Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny, Aldnoah.Zero, Glass Fleet, School Rumble, and Valvrave the Liberator. He worked on storyboards for Glass Fleet, Gilgamesh, and Shutsugeki! Machine Robo Rescue. He served as unit director for Initial D: Fifth Stage and s-CRY-ed.
The Japan Animation Creators Association (JAniCA) reported in 2015 that 759 animators it surveyed earned an average of 3.3283 million yen (about US$27,689) per year in Japan in 2013.