ITT: Characters that could destroy the average /a/non in a fight
>anon realizes several weeks too late that the girl whom he had handily defeated with a punch into the jaw and repeated kicks in the stomach when she was on the ground had not actually attacked him
>anon will never lose his virginity
Western influences in anime & manga.
Or any western pop culture references in the animus.
Which yugioh protagonists do we consider the cool guys? Which are the flakes?
Constanze will say something one day
Today is not that day
Will Miura die before he can finish Berserk? What will happen to the manga?
To be honest this is my greatest fear.
Since people seemed to enjoy the previous thread I made, here's another Watamote thread for you
Both characters dueling skills are at the end of their series, who would win?
Judai would win... Joey's dueling skill is more dependant on luck, while Judai just needs a fushion card, Elemental Hero Neos and the Neo Spacians, or Yubel, and he can own Joey.
Best Ghibli movie?
Do you ever get tired of watching anime with your penis? I've been watching much older shit and It's kind of nice not being pandered to sexually super hard.
Who sung it best /a/?
Please, only objective, fact-based discussion.
Just so you know, when I was formatting the post, the initial order was:
Which immediately became
And, after actually listening to Aqua sing
ITT: Favorite filler episode
Was Gene and Hilda in a fucking relationship?
WHY IS THIS ALLOWED
This is how Satania should be
This picture got me thinking. I would watch the shit out of a Code Geass spinoff--I guess it would have to be an AU--of Lelouch as emperor. I love the idea of Lelouch winning the throne and then being forced to keep it and defend it, for whatever reason. The thought of him having to deal with advisers, manage civilian and military concerns, handle "respectable" geopolitics, and deal with a wife/wives is really appealing.
Maybe it's just that I've been reading a lot of Shakespeare's history plays lately, but a show about keeping and maintaining kingship seems like it could be just as interesting as a show about rebellion, especially if the main character were Lelouch.
Anyone else agree?
How did Shinji learn to love himself?