what went right?
Do you like guy/guy pairing in anime and manga?
Do they explain the game? I'm 2 episodes in and it barely makes sense. I saw a couple of youtube explanations of mahjong
>he doesn't instinctively understand and photographically memorise games instantly
stand still brainlet
we make an anime government. I wanna hear your propositions. I start.
Prime Minister: Yoshiko Hanabatake
Just the omake.
How should Prison School end?
Why didn't he just give Anna the Vitamin D?
Houseki no Kuni new PV:
Phosphophyllite - Kurosawa Tomoyo
Cinnabar - Komatsu Mikako
Diamond - Kayano Ai
Bort - Sakura Ayane
Morganite - Tamura Mutsumi
Goshenite - Hayami Saori
Rutile - Uchiyama Yumi
Jade - Takagaki Ayahi
Red Beryl - Uchida Maaya
Amethyst - Itou Kanae
Benitoite - Ozawa Ari
Neptunite - Tanezaki Atsumi
Zircon - Akaneya Himika
Obsidian - Hirohashi Ryou
Yellow Diamond- Minagawa Junko
Euclase - Noto Mamiko
Alexandrite - Kugimiya Rie
Kongou-sensei - Nakata Jouji
It's eight of clock!
I'm starting to think all the people praising this as a "unique coming of age story" have no fucking clue what any of those words even mean.
I think I know why fans are convinced that this show is complex - the idea that they so thoroughly wasted 2 hours of their life on something with absolutely no purpose is disconcerting, so they fabricate some "deeper meaning" for the show when in reality, there isn't one. Or, at the very least, there isn't one that can be attained without grasping at straws.
It's unique because of it's animation alone
It's a well done coming of age story because of the directing with the characters, not because of some "deeper" meaning.
Whats your favorite anime OST anon?
Top wo Nerae
Alright lads, I've got a question: Given an i7 and a GTX 1070, how could I ensure an optimal anime experience using MadVR and the Smooth Video Project?
I'm currently using MPC + the Combined Community Codec Pack to play my animu; MadVR as a postprocessor, and SVP to eliminate that judder during panning shots. It looks good, but I'd like to squeeze the best quality possible without compromising performance.
Perhaps there's a guide of some sort? Either way, thanks in advance.
Anyone else have an autistic need to see an anime through, no matter how shit it is?
I dropped Eromanga 4 times and still ended up finishing it.
I felt like that until I started to actively watch seasonal anime on a weekly basis in this years winter season. I never bothered before and I quickly understood why I didnt. Basically start with 25 shows and half way through the season am down to 5. Thats how it went ever since then.
>I dropped Eromanga
But that show isnt nearly bad enough to drop.
For me it depends on when I drop it.
I dropped Eromanga after the first episode cause it seemed really shitty and I don't regeret that decision.
I watched like 5 or 6 episodes of Koi to Uso and even though it's pretty bad I feel the need to finish it.
So I'll just wait till all episodes are out and then just binge watch the rest.
Why didn't he just kill Suzaku?
Because he's not ruthless enough at the beginning to kill his friend and he's not able to kill him later on when he is. Ultimately having him alive achieved his goals anyway so it didn't really matter.
Because he can't hit guy standing literally 10 feet in front of him.