Is this Aztec Goddess the waifu of the year?
How do you feel they're semi official now?
Also, it was Siegelinde's birthday. Say something nice about her!
Did anyone else notice how the one music credit in DiU's op is the same font as the sheer heart attack album's?
When can I expect season 2?
Part 9 of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure looks cool as shit!
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
Was there a TL thread that I missed or did Jag decide to skip? Didn't see it in the archive.
I would admit that I'm in the wrong if I can actually find it myself. Somehow catalog is only showing this thread and archive isn't showing this one >>153832542.
Shiina Mashiro appreciation thread? You have to wait 23 episodes for this face, but it's so worth it.
What the fuck was her problem?
Finish your backlog.
Kashuu is the best sword and there's nothing you can do about it.
That's wrong though you fucking faggot.
You guys never told me this show was so hilarious.
This is maximum cringe humor.
He has a fucking framed picture of Baudilaire sitting on his bookshelf.
Am I watching the Evangelion of shonen?
You must have a sad life, OP.
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