>interesting plot and world building that unfolds naturally
>uncommon themes for a shonen such as suicide and child abuse
>likable characters that are constantly being developed
>tons of foreshadowing, symbolism and no plot holes
>beautiful art and paneling
Is it because it's very heavy on shintoism and japanese mythology? or because there's little fanservice/waifu pandering? or because the anime adaptation was (for the most part) shit?
I just have so much on my plate already. I loved that last arc in the anime though.
The last two episodes with Ebisu almost made me tear up
At how many jokes did you laugh in ZZ Gundam?
When are we gonna get more news on Season 4?
Is that an educated guess or actual news?
Who else is excited? First episode airs in a few hours.
So I've finished the original Dragon Ball anime. Should I continue with the original DBZ or DBZ Kai?
Does Sucy browse /d/?
thread is off to a great start
How much physical manga do you own?
Everytime I see those threads I feel bullied.
And discuss why.
Starting with a pretty recent example.
Also, can we at least agree that the OP was god-tier?
The MC had great scenes where he gets his ass kicked. That's all I remember.
This ever even get a good fan resolution?
Hajime No Ippo
Will it ever get a sequel/continue?
>AOTS ends tomorrow
You hear you lose. The not posted every thread edition, let's get really out there.
>This year's May issue of Shueisha's Jump SQ. magazine revealed on Tuesday that it will launch six new manga series starting with the June issue. The new series include:
>Do Kyū Hentai (Super Level Formation Exloss)
>Rurouni Kenshin, Meiji Kenkaku Romantan: Hokkaido-hen (Rurouni Kenshin: Hokkaido Arc)
>Futari Bocchi Sensō (Our Lonely War)
>Katsugeki! Tōken Ranbu
>Yugai Shitei Dōkyūsei (Harmful Designated Classmate)
>Sentaku no Toki (Choice Time)
Are you excited for any of this?
The Sci-Fi looks cool.
The sci-fi one looks interesting.
Super Level looks like some over the top kind of fun
Sentaku no Toki also looks interesting but it looks like it'll be horror or stuff like that and I'm not in the mood for that.
Can a show about girls doing Enjo Kousai(compensated dating) work? What if the group of friends have a strict "no sex" policy. Theyll go out with salary men but they keep their virginities intact. It will be a comfy slice of life show. They would still be pure.
Should we call them the Monkey Trouble Team?