What does /a/ think of Blame?
The anime seems to not be nearly as good as the manga.
I can definitely believe this because I watched the anime and fell asleep 10 minutes in waking up to one of kissanime's pop up ads
I felt like the ending was pretty abrupt, but overall I liked it.
I'd really like to get the artbook one day too.
what the fuck was the point of this character
Name a more catchy opening.
Protip: you can't
Name a more catchy ending.
Protip: you can't
What was this about
So I just got done watching Charlotte for the first time after a friend told me about it, and I have to say I really liked it. Part of the reason why though was probably because of the main character. Too often does anime just have a main character, or cast of characters, that are so sweet and cheery that you'll get diabetes.
Yuu though was a complete asshole from the start. He used his power to just cheat through school and
throughout the story as shit gets real anytime that he's left alone for too long he devolves into a self-absorbed spoiled prick that lashes out at the world like any 16 year old in his position possibly would
So /a/, I don't usually come here but I'd like to know what animes/mangos you know that have MCs, or at least leading characters that fall off from the stereotypical highschool student/young hero trope that most anime tend to push.
Keep in mind that even though I don't come here often I do read/watch some of the more popular shit that people tend to talk about. I'm up to speed with Berserk and Jojo, and I've even red Onani Master Kurosawa
or Fap Note like some people like to call itI've gone as far as to actually read all the light novels for Oregairu after Season 1 aired.
Just don't give me Moeshit.
Will KyoAni ever make another 20k+ seller? Or are their days of doing ridiculously successful shows over?
>torrenting manga when there's visually no difference compared to online scans
Chapter 3 dump
>Rin fucks old men for money
So we all agree that Konata is the pinnacle of the "otaku girl" archetype, right?
I just finished watching the series. What next, /a/? I'm curious to see End of Evangelion, but do I watch Death & Rebirth first or does it really matter?
Greatest love story ever told
I despise what he became, Ashton becoming what he despised most and not keeping his stalwart virtue even as a monster ruined it for me. But it producing this this conflict in me and it leaving me wondering what could have been is exactly what makes it a great story's end. So therefore fantastic writing.
11/10 would slaughter helpless villagers to breastfeed a cute vampire girl while also wanting to self insert as the hero that kills them both.
>To Your Eternity 021 (2017) (Digital) (danke-Empire)