Did you know that Bungee Gum possesses the properties of both rubber and gum?
Today is National Teacher Day
Post the best sensei
Is the jojo part 5 translation being bad a meme or nah?
Should Sawaki go gay for Kei?
So progressive. And tolerant!
I was a bit confused by this scene cause Ymir clearly has feelings for Christa, but Reiner hasn't shown interest in any men.
Actually, he has feelings for Christa too. Not as strong as Ymir but he's definitely attracted to Christa.
What's the appeal of having the main cast be purely female?
Will we see a sequel to the manga in our lifetimes?
Also post Eve right the fuck now since she's cool.
Does she realize how smoking hot she is?
Please don't post pictures of my wife without my permission. Thank you!
To answer your question, she knows. She's just gets so uncertain around people she cares about.
Hope that answers your question!
Publisher Kodansha announced on Tuesday the winners of its 41th annual manga awards in each of three categories. Winners are listed in bold alongside other nominated works.
Shoukoku no Altair by Kotono Katou, publishing in Shounen Sirius
Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet by Yousuke Kaneda, publishing in Bessatsu Shounen Magazine
Enen no Shouboutai by Atsushi Ookubo, publishing in Weekly Shounen Magazine
Dagashi Kashi by Kotoyama publishing in Shounen Sunday
P to JK by Maki Miyoshi, publishing in Bessatsu Friend
Omoi, Omoware, Furi, Furare by Io Sakisaka, publishing in Bessatsu Margaret
Deguchi Zero by Haruh Seta, published in Nakayoshi
Harumatsu Bokura by Anashin, publishing in Dessert
The Fable by Katsuhisa Minami, publishing in Weekly Young Magazine
Grand Blue by Kenji Inoue and Kimitake Yoshioka, publishing in good! Afternoon
Demi-chan wa Kataritai by Petosu, published in Young Magazine the 3rd
Tokyo Tarareba Musume by Akiko Higashimura, published in Kiss
Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii by Fujita, publishing in comic POOL
The selection committee of the 41st Kodansha Manga Awards is composed of mangaka Ken Akamatsu (Love Hina), Tochi Ueyama (Cooking Papa), Oh! Great (Air Gear), Atsushi Kase (Chameleon), Miyuki Kobayashi (Kitchen no Ohimesama), Yuuji Moritaka (Gurazeni), and Kazumi Yamashita (Fushigi na Shounen).
>Literal Ottoman/Turkish Propaganda wins award
I just finished Stardust Crusaders and holy shit did /a/ hype this shit up only for me to be letdown
>ENTIRE arc is just fighting another stand user one after another with nothing else happening
>Most of the fights are just little tricks and gimmicks, only the blind guy and vanilla ice had any intensity or weight behind it.
>Dio only appears at the very end and doesn't even really do anything
>Huge plotholes like why isn't Joseph a vampire now
Congrats, you now realize that Part 3 is complete trash that is only popular because of how iconic it is.
Move on to the objectively superior Part 4, and know true nirvana if you can make it to Part 7, which has by far the best writing and pacing of any of the completed parts.
I'm so tempted to read it I have skimmed thru some pages from the various Chapters. I Know enough to be skeptical about starting it but I don't know enough to feel satisfied. Should I read it /a/, should I give myself some time to recover from it, what do
Is it possible to defend this shit being as long as it was without resorting to saying "it's a pleb filter"?
Only good thing about it is the animation.
What is your ranking of the following types: