Trolltaru the chapter.
TL by s07195.
"What's up? Why'd you call me out to the secret base?"
"When did the stove even get brought in..."
"I have a bit of a request to make..."
"I want a baby."
"Wait, that's... that's just too fast... or more like too difficult..."
"We should really have solid life designs and also family planning and..."
"Oh, I see. Then it's fine."
"I won't force you. I'll just ask someone else."
"Eh? Ask other people?"
"Ho... Don't ask others..."
"I'm fine with it!!!!!"
"Fu... I thought you would say so..."
"Heheh...well, then, let's..."
"I'd like one that is 7 months or older."
"It would be dangerous before then, so we need to watch out."
"There are two methods!"
"One is to go around asking nearby families with babies."
"What are you talking about?!"
"What, you ask?"
"Obviously, 'Tamago Boro'."
"If you're talking about dagashi for babies, this is the only one that comes to mind."
Kokonotsu-kun, Tamago Boro is classified as baby food,
and even 7-month old babies are able to eat it. How amazing!
That means it's that the first dagashi you are able to eat...
And that's why I want to see it...
Here's a question, why was this animated?
Yes it's a beautiful masterwork of craft and skill, but in what way did the medium help the storytelling? Everything could have been acted out instead and shot live action.
Try to answer something other than just "2D>3D"
This is a really odd example series to use.
>Mahou Shoujo are traditionally animated
>MadoMagi draws a lot of its imagery and personality from other anime that came before it
>It's supposed to have a pure/impure visual contrast which is more effective when animated
>Liveaction for a show like this would need a lot of CG. Very expensive, not very effective
Wait a minute, where the fuck are they getting all this shitty boats from? Why do they keep breaking? Why is each group too autistic or stupid to have someone else able to fix them? How would Kerry even get into this kind of situation in real life?
Where should I begin with the Jojo series?
Is there a good starting point? I'm very confused.
What does /a/ think of this manga?
Not bad at all. Not the most creative manga out there with plenty of tropes, but it was good fun back when I read it a few years back. Sometimes you just want to read some simple fun.
like all shonen mangas, at some point (very early in this case) it all become too exaggerated and ridicolous. the "oh look there is a monster stronger than the one before repeat x100" formula.
plus, characters stereotyped, story not very interesting.
the only good thing was the idea, after 10 issues it already began to feel boring
Left to right: which seiyuu should voice which heavenly body?
Is Piccolo the most well designed character in anime history? Purely from a visual standpoint, he's always stood out to me from other anime characters, both in Dragon Ball Z and other popular series at the time. There was something about seeing Piccolo's design back in the day in commercials for DBZ that made me watch the show.
A green dude isn't that wild or imaginative in design terms, but a lot of little details help bring him together. The protruding eyebrow ridges, pointed ears, deep voice, and stoic nature give him an almost mystic quality. Not to mention his iconic and very visually distinct outfit. I remember thinking as a kid that Piccolo's outfit was the coolest clothing I'd ever seen.
Do you agree? If not, which characters do you think are designed extremely well form a mainly visual standpoint?
Rumia/ Lumia "The damsel in distress"
Sistine "The useless pig"
Re-el/ ?? literally "The backstabbing bitch"
Whoa how did this happen this magical schoolgirl academy feat. protagman-sama anime is poorly produced and totally lacking narratively my perception of life is totally thrown off balance
>Helped Glen kill the zombies in episode 3.
>Saved Glen from glowing sword man.
>Took one of the three dueling spots in the magic competition and won.
The fuck are you even saying?
Can you do this, /a/?
so does /a/ agree that she did nothing wrong?
God an idle question I've been pondering while watching anime of late. What is the Japanese predilection for foreign characters having more than two names, using all names when announcing themselves?
I've never seen the logic.
Picture only related because... there's three of them and I had nothing relevant to post.
Remember the ecchi manga where the MC is acting as his mentally shattered brother to find the "Wonder Rabbit Girl" responsible, through exploring various girls' fetishes?
We incest homogay bromarriage end now.
>"I have a secret I haven't told you...I'm a magi."
Three years after the death of his foster father, strange events begin happening in town, and he finds himself drawn into a battle between the magi called "Masters".
Why doesn't anyone use the Holy Grail to become a cross-world hopping omnicidal monster and just genocide humanity in various timelines?
Or would Allaya summon Counter Guardians during the Grail War to stop the wish from occurring in the first place?
I always had this pet theory that besides the pendant, the reason why EMIYA gets summoned to the 5th grail war is precisely to prevent shit like Kotomine hijacking the grail or the whole heaven's feel scenario from happening
How is Maria his sister when she is the daughter of his sister? Wouldn't that maker her his niece? Or did Pedro get his mom pregnant and not his sister?