Why is Ritsu so ugly?
My only complaint about this series:
I understand Araki wants to start fresh each time but when you go back and read Part 1 or 3 or whatever you want at least some of it to matter or be acknowledged.
The fact that Dio does not reflect on Jonothan more post part 1 is weird. He mentions him maybe twice, or "I'm not used to this body yet".
When he dies, there is nothing symbolic about his death, neither does it have any clever reference to his origin or how he came to be. It feels like he wasted an opportunity to properly send off a character we've known for a very long time.
The same can be said for Josuke. We know Josuke has mixed feelings about his Dad (understandably so) but one would think they might include a scene where Joseph mentions fighting vampire gods or Josuke happens to see an old picture of him. Giorno never knowing the legacy and abilities of his father also seems like a glaring omission that literally any other writer would have jumped all over. Granted, this shit sounds super gay when writing it out but these are things that seem necessary in building character relationships. Also keep in mind this series is all about bloodlines and how your circumstances have lead you to this point.
>We know Josuke has mixed feelings about his Dad (understandably so) but one would think they might include a scene where Joseph mentions fighting vampire gods or Josuke happens to see an old picture of him.
I can agree with your other points maybe, but why this? Joseph was an old man when he got Tomoko pregnant. Fighting the Pillar Men was nearly a lifetime ago.
"Mary and the Witch’s Flower" by Hiromasa Yonebayashi ("The Secret World of Arrietty", "When Marnie Was There"), from his new company Studio Ponoc (Ghibli on suicide watch)
2 Masaaki Yuasa movies
"Night is Short, Walk On Girl" (With the same "The Tatami Galaxy" team)
"Lu Over the Wall" ("Ponyo 2 Electric Boogalo")
"Hirune Hime" by Kenji Kamiyama
"Deva Zan" by Yoshitaka Amano
"Blame!" by Hiroyuki Seshita
"Godzilla" animated film (also by Hiroyuki Seshita) pic related
It's, 2017, dare I say, the year of /Animekino/?
Why does animation like this look uncanny to a layman, but appealing to people who know the craft?
>Why does animation like this look uncanny to a layman
Because no real human being fidgets this goddamn much under any normal circumstances
>but appealing to people who know the craft?
Because it's more interesting than a scene consisting of nothing but single images for 20 seconds where the only thing animated is a mouth flap.
What were your thoughts on Negima, /a/? Are you liking UQ Holder so far? Do you think UQ's anime will be as bad as Negima's?
I think it's pretty
funso far. Not a big fan of Tota, but I think Fate alone can keep me interested in the manga. I'm also liking Negi and company coming back, too. I also like Santa and Dana a lot, too, it's just that Ken won't ever give them screen time.
What's her height?
How hot will Tanya look when she got older?
were they homosex?
Wait a minute, his plan makes zero sense. Why didn't he simply accept Kaguya's terms for joining the UN, again?
It has been a while since these two starred in a show together.
Feels mind of nostalgic.
Embryo now replaces the main character of the last anime you watched. What changes?
Tekkadan never left mars and is turned into a giant harem.
Now that Deen has earned ungodly amounts of dosh on Konosuba, what seems to be their endgame?
Oh god those thighs. I just want to slide my dick in between those silky pillows.
Can someone explain to me why Netero didn't just pay for all the Zoldycks to fight against the ants with him. It's not like he has any other real use for his money, even more so considering he was planning on dying in that fight.
Because he wanted to fight Meruem himself, that's literally stated when he said that he finally found an opponent he could go all out against and without having to do polite shit
He wanted a 1 on 1 fight that could challenge him, and had the rose in his chest to deal with the problem if/when he lost. As far as he was concerned, he was taking care of the ant problem and getting what he always wanted at the same time.
Lust for power my dude, he wanted to go all out. It almosts seem like
you didn't read the fucking manga the bad part is that the anime mentions this too, you probably just have an attention deficit.
So why didn't this guy get musou tensei? Didn't he experience suffering and sadness from the people he couldn't save in the village of the sick?
I thought you do not have to train to obtain Musou Tensei. Raoh got it from
having to take Yuria's life. Looking at the scene where the bandits overrun and pillage Toki's village bring him sorrow thus granting him to learn the technique. I guess for plot reasons that would have made him even more broken than he already is.
I really can't think of much of a reason beyond "It wasn't enough" or "he wasn't meant to be", as in, he wasn't mean to fight for real regardless.
Well, either those or the author didn't had the concept of Musou Tensei at the time yet, which is not unlikely.