Seriously though, what caused Japanese mainstream art to change so much? I don't want to get into the politics of it all, but this is a pretty drastic change in an entire culture's pop culture.
Sorry if this is more of a /jp/ or /int/ thread, but it seems right for /a/ to discuss how Japanese art evolved into this over time.
Was this show actually supposed to be entertaining at all?
It was pretty much pointless and a waste of time. It didn't have a real plot or anything since it's so focused on all of the girl characters.
Nearly all them are girls who lack any kind of semblance of a personality.
Does reincarnation count as incest?
Was he in the wrong?
Hey guys to your consideration, who is the most powerful character in anime
How do you feel about Saber?
Find a flaw.
I'm going to dump this on random occasions until you cry
Why is 12-14 the best age range for female characters?
would you a cousin
What would you do if she sat in your lap?
Was the new episode mostly anime-original or something? Also, wasn't the Koyuki-Yuu date supposed to be after Fuuka 2.0 showed up?
Also, Truck-kun when?
Everyone but the redditors were expecting the Truckening this episode, and were pretty shocked that it never happened. Also, by leaving out Yuu's confession scene which should have come in this episode, it fucks around with the sequence of events that some people are speculating that the anime might spin off into its own continuity and maybe even avoid Truck-kun altogether.
Yes. Because we all know what's supposed to happen, how shitty the source material is, and there's not anyone here to troll about the whole "twist"
Who is the consensus best girl again, Forte?
I can understand why it was everywhere while it was airing, but felt it was all over the place. I did like it however.
Was it enjoyable while it was airing? The specula must have been fun.