Is this the "smartest" shonen series of all time?
Holy shit, Ishidate delivers. Masterpiece and magnum opus confirmed.
Ishidate not just directs it - surprisingly, he and Fujino actually also were main key animators for this too.
See the difference to the hack Yamada that cant do anything right and has no actual skills.
ITT: early anime crushes you had as a kid
Anabel from pokemon. I cant understand why
Which group do you like more?
>That entire epilogue after limited
Yoo. Yooooo. This is not alright. I'm not ok with this development at all. How does she do it? How does
Pythieturn out to be the most shitty and entertainingmagical girl book after book?
>top girl is dead
>people still watch this trash
Also, I'm aware that the current translation is fan fic tier in some of the liberties it takes but is there a list or compilation of any important plots points that he/she might have messed up?
Machi? Does anyone need Machi?
It's amusing because the Japanese pronunciation of "matches" sounds a lot like "machi", the name of a character in a currently airing anime whose head you edited into the opening image featuring a screenshot from another airing anime where a character is pretending to be holding matches.
It may be dangerous to ask that here, but I just finished seeing Monogatari, and I wonder, what the hell is going on between Gahara and Kaiki? I suppose it's just some kind of affection for nostalgia of the past, not pure and hard love
>It may be dangerous to ask that here, but I just finished seeing Monogatari, and I wonder, what the hell is going on between Gahara and Kaiki?
Nothing. Kaiki is celibate for a dead woman.
why does naruto filler have better art and animation than everything else airing right now?
Akane is the best girl, objectively.
Not everyone was the best GJ-bu. Only Shion.
I know the rules, but it's been long enough.
Will Fuuka follow the manga or or will it be getting an anime exclusive ending? I want to see this Truck-san everyone keeps talking about.
Anon born February 1999 here with a question to older anons.
To me, anime from the 1990s looks REALLY fucking old. 1990, 1999, it's all the same to me.
Does 90s anime look less old to you guys? Does your brain process it in a different way visually speaking since you grew up with shows like this and normalized it?
I don't even care if this is bait. Digitally produced anime is a thing of the 00s, and that is your big difference. 00s onward have a much cleaner look, and with the passing of time you can see more use of layered effects (I swear some studios are addicted to Adobe After Effects) and filtered photographs for backgrounds.
Who are your top 5 voice actors?
In no particular order aside from Hayamin at 1: