Great girls in shitty shows
are a >slince of life anime
> no fights
> no politics
> no zero
> no new geass user
only slince of life
I understand you're trying to make a retarded shitpost, but you do realize we've seen a PV already that disproves your greentext, right? Please don't try to shitpost, or post at all, if your IQ is lower than 100, thanks.
Will Mirai save the day?
>people still don't get it
"Kill Me Baby" was an allegory for the relationship between the West, mostly the United States, and Japan. Evidence for this can be seen throughout, especially in the anime. Let me explain for those unfamiliar.
Sonya represents your typical westerner, blond hair/blue eyes, the works. Yasuna represents Japan and Japanese people. The way these two interact really shows the allegorical message. You'll notice that whenever Yasuna uses a traditional Japanese method for solving a problem, Sonya will relentlessly berate her. This represents the western attacks on Japanese culture they perceive to be odd or uncivilised, and forcing themselves onto Japan. Yasuna attempting to be friendly towards Sonya, or trying to be like her is met with extreme violence, representing the wars of the West to keep a rising Japan out of their place in the sun. More direct references to specific wars include episode 2, when they have to fight a bear. Yasuna and Sonya win this fight, loosely by working together, but Yasuna is the biggest player by far. This, of course, is a reference to the Russo-Japanese War, a particularly proud victory for the Japanese. World War II is referenced several times, the most notable being when Yasuna and Sonya go fishing. Yasuna's expertise but overall failure and Sonya's overconfidence represent the several naval battles of the war.
Agiri and the unused character also have parts to play in the overall metaphor as well. Agiri being a Japanese citizen working with the West, which is ultimately unhelpful and only inconveniences the average Japanese citizen. The unused character is a representation of weeaboos, or other such people. They have no place in Japanese society, yet they continue to try to force their way on, leading to failure. They can never truly be Japanese.
There are many other examples.
"Kill Me Baby" may be one of, if not the most metaphorical and anti-western pieces of media I have ever seen from any nation.
Why is she single?
A character made to be corrupted.
Why is Illya drawn like this?
She is less preternaturally pale here than she was in the game, right? Her sprite looked like a sheet.
Anybody walk around muttering this move under their breath, or it that just me?
It has the best name for any special move, sounds really cool. But I don't know ping-pong, what does it mean?
Is this is the next big thing? it's going to blow up like crazy when anime adaptation comes out?
I didn't read it, but it's my favorite now. it's on top of my list of things i am exciting for.
SInce i am liking it so much, i will read it. I was just curious if it's gonna blow up crazy like Attack on Titan and One Punch Man, both mangas i didn't get into much before i watched anime.
>Forgotten series by /a/ that the only people that remember this is /dpg/ at /g/.
Did you know Initial D isn't the only anime to feature Eurobeat? Back in 2003, the same studio that made Fourth Stage also made a basketball anime called Dear Boys which featured Eurobeat in all its games. There's even a character in Dear Boys literally named Takumi Fujiwara.
Here's an example in episode 9, where they play a Dave Rodgers song.
ITT:Underrated characters from overrated shows
>wake up in hospital
How will you try to defeat Walpurgis and save Madoka this time, /a/?