Could Kenshiro beat Yamcha?
Hokuto Shinken lets you appropriate the style of their enemies, so Kenshiro can pretty much beat anyone.
Yamcha gives up form the start because he falls into depression.
He falls into depression because he can't help but admit that Kenshiro is manlier than he is.
That Kenshiro's manliness power level is over 9 quintillion.
Just him fully activating his manliness could destroy the Universe with the man-rays exuded from his body and mind.
Kaiki Sensei is totally my mentor of life
Who is ur Anime-Mentor
Which one is stronger?
ITT: we post anime that changed life
What are the OP and ED of the season?
Since the newly released blu-ray of this show is apparently pure trash, what's the best release of SAC?
SAC had bluray for like 6 years now or so and it's great.
I want to get into this universe. What should i start to watch.
russia girls are more blonde/hot naruto types whereas ukraine girls are more pale/goth sasuke types. this is the root of their conflict
ZA WARDUO: TOKI WO
Mami Kawada or Kotoko
Which one do you prefer in your OP/EDs? They pretty much sound the same to me, like even the sound designers sound the same
I like to watch anime to get motivated for when I do martial arts, but honestly there isn't anything new that does that for me.
What new anime is there that is something like hajime no ippo, dragon ball, etc?
It's eight of clock!
It's nearly impossible to find any manga that focuses on the main character dealing with a transformation. I always liked the idea of this sort of conflict, but every serious gender bender or transformation type manga I read always takes the focus away from the mc dealing with the problem.
After watching the first season and what's currently airing being unoriginal and bland is exactly what the show needs. It's a parody of an unoriginal and bland genre.
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>Rather than straightforwardly enacting ‘anti-mainstream’ difference, this imagined space is potentially one of competitive entrepreneurial practice and fan-branding, suggesting that aspects of fansubbing can be aligned with neoliberalism.
>Testifying to translation’s ‘transformative’ cultifying capacities, anime fansubbers in the West operate in an imagined space between Japan and the United States. A third space of imagination rather than transnational flow per se becomes vital here.
>I will expand on this by considering how anime fansubbers’ labour can be conceptualized as liminal, intersecting ‘informal’ and ‘formal’ economies whilst at the same time performing transnational cult as a neoliberal supplement to industry practices.
>The implication is that we need to consider transnational cult status more significantly in relation to niche and fan distribution, where both can be commercialized and/or linked to ‘mainstream’ values of branding and entrepreneurialism.