Can someone make a redraw of this pic? Plz
I have taken a liking to comedy manga about MC's joining an "evil" organization. What's /a/s opinion on this kind of manga?
Also Ratman is pretty good too.
Looking for the purest most expensive loli for my friend keep it pure and virgin
What was the most heart-melting confessions you've seen in an anime? I'll start:
1. Masamune Kun's Revenge (Neko's)
3. Re:Zero Rem's Confession
4. Charlotte (If I remember the ending correctly)
5. Brynhildr in the Darkness
6. Stein's Gate
99997. Outbreak Company
99998. Rosario + Vampire
99999. Plastic memories
∞ : 5cm Per Second (The cuck didn't even confess)
ITT: Moments you dropped an anime or manga.
What did Microsoft mean by this?
What would you do if one day anime was cancelled?
Your Name and In This Corner of the World will be out of the box office top 10 this weekend after 26 and 15 consecutive weeks respectively. Sword Art Online is looking to have a harsh drop of around 50% signalling zero chance of challenging Love Live for highest grossing late night anime film. Such drops are comparable to Death Note's live action adaptation which opened at 450 million and made 2.3 billion yen overall. Expensive 4DX tickets could push it to 2.5 billion.
>#1 in the Japanese box office for 14 weeks, 13 weekends
>On the top 10 of the Japanese box office for 26 weeks, 25 weekends
>Earns 20 billion yen and counting to surpass Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in Japan
>Reached 10 billion yen 9 days faster than Frozen
>Wins LA Film Critics Award
>Has become the no. 1 highest-grossing Japanese movie in China
>Has become the no. 1 movie in Thailand
>The film immediately topped Korea's box office opening on 555 screens all around the country which is a new record for the Japanese film.
>Also dominated China breaking the all-time records for the most advance tickets sold and the fastest film to reach 100 million yuan ($ 14 million or 1.7 billion yen), with the first 100 yuan earned in just the film's opening day.
>The film also dominated the charts of Hong Kong and Taiwan becoming the number 2 and top highest grossing Japanese film on the respective countries
>Inexplicably jumps 41% in the Japanese box office and climbs from 7th place to 3rd place in one week
>Still in the top 10 in the Japanese box office towards the beginning of 2017
>Now grossed US$331 million.
>Surpasses the box office gross of Spirited Away (US$289.1 million), making it the highest grossing anime film of all time.
>Is approved by Shinzo Abe and used by Cool Japan to spur tourism in Japan.
So this is meme magic. Not bad.
I just finished the first episode and I have to say why did /a trick me into watching this?
Also. How did this dumb bitch never once try using mana? That's the stupidest shit I've seen all year.
IIRC the idea is that royalty gives back to the people by dumping years worth of saved up mana into the big tower. She never needed to use her own mana anyway because she had a maid for that.
Ange is the best female protagonist in anime history. Watch your mouth, little bitch.
How can Reigen lecture to Claw about being an adult and needing to grow up when he exploits the same kind of people for money? When people lose someone they care about, they grieve, and if they're still not able to move on they sometimes visit "psychics" who tell them that they can communicate with the person they lost. They're not able to put that person in the past and it's unhealthy but he has no problem enabling them and taking their money. When kids grow up into adults but don't also grow up emotionally and learn how to cope, they grieve for their lost childhood in similar ways. Wearing silly costumes, playing with toys, putting on full-body suits and masks and changing your voice to hide your age, and rejecting the life of a normal adult working a normal job in favor of joining some organization who wants to "rule the world", it's all just more ways for these people to deny reality and desperately try to keep in contact with things that they loved and lost instead of putting them in the past and moving on.
Do animes often reflect japanese accents and dialects from different regions? As a non-speaker I obviously can't pick up on nuanced differences between different versions of japanese, but in Gin no Saji for example, much of the japanese I hear sounds almost like it's being spoken in an accent similar to english in the american south.
Are they gonna fuck next chapter????