5023 has finally been released
Which one would you smash?
It's an isekai that takes place in a game-like world with stats, skills, heroes, and demon lords.
But it's actually good.
How does Kumo do it, /a/?
Also, would you fug this spider?
But is it as good as Arifureta, OP?
>It had taken him only a month of nonstop training to perfect this technique. And there was a reason he managed to master this superhuman feat in only a month. His Riftwalk ability. Riftwalk not only gave him the ability to heighten his other movement skills, but it also enhanced his five senses to their limit. It made it seem as if the rest of the world was moving in slow motion, which was what made midair reloading possible.
>On top of improving his weapons, he had also crafted a two-wheel mana-powered vehicle, Steiff, and a four-wheel mana-powered vehicle, Brise.
>As their description suggested, they used mana as fuel. Their frames were covered with Azantium, the hardest metal in existence. Both of them were loaded to the brim with weapons
>He had also added a new gun to his arsenal— Metzelei, a railgun-enhanced gatling gun. The inspiration for it had come from the time they had had to fight the army of raptors and hadn’t had enough firepower to take them all on. It was a monster of a weapon, with six rotating barrels capable of firing 12,000 30mm caliber rounds a minute.
>Also, as a way to gain complete combat superiority, and simply because Hajime thought it was cool, he had created a rocket launcher called Orkan. It had a rectangular barrel, and boasted a large magazine allowing for 12 consecutive shots. He could fire different varieties of rockets too.
>He had also created a sister revolver to Donner, Schlag. Since he had a prosthetic arm, Hajime figured he could use two revolvers at once. His preferred style of combat was close quarter gun combat, gun fu basically, with Donner and Schlag overpowering his enemies.
Why do so many isekai never explore the possibility of using modern knowledge to BTFO medieval fantasy warfare?
Imagine mowing over a bunch of knights with a peasant army equipped with rifles.
ITT : Series ruined by their anime adaptation(s)
How was it ruined by the anime? It's about as faithful to the source material as you can get minus the overall art in comparison to individual frames in the manga, which isn't going to be possible no matter how high your budget is
>but the fanbase
Was absolute cancerous trash from the begining and the general here on /a/ kept alive by the mangafags is the only proof you need.
Guys, when does this get better than FMA 2003?
I'm at the end of the 5th Lab arc and so far and it's all been pretty underwhelming in comparison. They cut out the hidden chimera scene on the Lior arc and made Rose a worthless character, the Nina arc felt rushed, the ending and aftermath of that were nowhere nearly as heartbreaking as 2003's. Also Hughes isn't getting that much screen time, even though he's supposed to be an important character who'll die later, and there's been a shit load of poorly-timed comedy moments that make the serious moments awkward to watch.
So far I feel like I'm watching a watered-down version of FMA instead of the "true" version like everyone says Brotherhood is. Am I being meme'd or something?
Lets talk about non non biyori.... it do-sent matter if you hate it or love it
Please describe Mami-san without
>using head puns
>mentioning her bust size
Last song you listened to is the OP, second to last is the ED.
Come up with something based on that
pretend challenge mode does not exist
So, Girls und Panzer with Pravda for main characters? That just may be the best anime ever.
Posted before hopefully more replies now
Title: Wild Ride
>Our story begins with 14-year-old flame losing his grandfather and being awakened to hidden forces ( The supernatural, other dimensions, superpowers, etc) when his grandfather is murdered by said forces.
>Flame only knows one thing about his grandfather’s murderer. He was not human.
>Flame embarks on a journey to find and kill the man/thing that murdered his grandfather Fortunately, he is not alone in his quest, to guide him his grandfather left him with a powerful sword, a backpack pocket dimension, A book that acts as both a map and an instruction manual for understanding his new world, and a mysterious navigator.
> If that wasn’t enough he also has his best friend Ronhai as well as his newfound ability to control fire to aid him. Even with all this, it might not be enough to deal with the things he’ll have to encounter on his journey. One thing’s for sure, It’s going to be one wild ride no matter what!
I have episode summaries and character arcs written if anyone would be interested?
Devilman and Devilman vs Hades manga licensed.
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
Ok so End of Evangelion was a metaphor for sex right?
It was the story of a depressed, pathetic incel who got rejected by the popular girl he had the hots for, but then instead got laid by the meek beta female, which made him realize sex was overrated, so he threw the beta girl away?
Or was Asuka and Rei actually a metaphor for the same person?
What do digimon learn in digischool?
But would you be man enough to take everything she has to offer?
Tokyo Ghoul has what is possibly the most arbitrary, stupid fucking premise of any series I've ever heard of. Character designs and plot are nothing but edgy bullshit for menstrual 14 year olds. How the fuck does this garbage have an audience?
Hi, /a/. I want you to meet Yuno, and her husband Miyako.