Do people who believe this show is stupid have even watched it?
Did they understand what they saw?
Why do this show get so much hate?
Do people dislike originality and inventive animation?
>Do people who believe this show is stupid have even watched it?
I watched it while it aired. Threads were fun but the story went ass on head retarded after episode 11. Honestly I really like Trigger for their character designs, storyboarding, solid voice and sound production and the sometimes good animation but scriptwriting for them is major ass.
They really need to get some better scriptwriters to work with them, I'd fucking love a Joji Enokido scripted show by Trigger.
I thought she was flat.
>yeah let's make the manliest character of the show a faggot, what an excellent idea!
Because manly men are gay. Straight men look like Gackt.
I thought Omar was a great way to poke fun at gangsta niggas who take pride in being locked up but don't acknowledge the rampant faggotry that happens behind bars.
> tfw no mahou shoujo has a villain this intense
> it's always the mecha series
I've watched Sailor Moon, CCS (which really doesn't have true villains), Lyrical Nanoha and Madoka Magica.
What I've noticed so far is that the villains in these series don't have any concrete goals beyond "gathering human spiritual energy/Dreams/Star seed/ McGuffin of the week/ Lost Logia/ entropy reduction or AI YO"
What would a mahou shoujo series be like if it had a villain as intense as Rau le Creuset for once?
My dream anime takes place in a future where magic has entered our world and the ruling power is now a matriarchy with a large magical girl force. The protagonist gets her first day on the job only to have a run in with the #1 most dangerous criminal, a young man who uses all sorts of technology ranging from mechs to nanomachines in an attempt to rebel.
She's looking at you, anon.
How accurate is this? Try to remove one as it seems impossible at first.
The real revolutionaries in Mahou Shoujo
Sally the Witch: 1st mahou shoujo and was originally based from Bewitched. Target audience was housewives and little girls
Utena/Sailormoon: 1st mahou shoujo that catered to both men and female audience
Nanoha: 1st actual battle mahou shoujo with a decent sci-fi elements
Madoka is a deconstruction but it is not exactly that revolutionary.
Whatcha thinkin bout?
Why the fuck did this happen?
Did anyone even give a shit about Anko before she plumped up? I mean, yeah, she was hot in Naruto, but there are at least five girls from that show that spring to mind before I even begin to think about Anko.
What does /a/ think about commies in anime?
Too bad people are too selfish in order achieve communism, might work if only 100 populations though.
How would you have fixed Naruto, anon?
Would you film a sex tape with you're waifu?
This movie is wonderful, it truly touched my heart!
Why are lolis so kissable?
I'm reading this otherwise very good manga, but one thing is really frustrating me.
Why is there an omega male loser hero in this one? Why is there such a hero in every damn manga out there? Submissive, self-sacrificial, socially retarded, can't hurt or kill others, unrelistically gets girls, but won't use any opportunity. I understand, that it's the target audience, but is it all what manga has to offer? It spoils the fun everytime in otherwise good entertainment.
Is there a single manga with a bearable hero, who's not essentially a loser?
But i just started a sequel, and it got unbearably frustrating which prompted me to make this thread. Disappointment in something you devoted your time to is not a fun feeling. Is there an alternative?
Trailer is out