What was that?
Reminder that Squealer did nothing wrong.
This is your waifu. She's taking a bath, so no peeking
>We gonna do a international sale office in US to sell ourstuff to stream and CDs in the way that we can get some good money
Now you guys can shut up and wait Avex International comes up
Never got to see screens of this western show before (I even thought it was an anime, when coming across fanarts), and I got pretty surprised by the fact that I can tell in a glance on the screenshots that this is a western animation, despite not knowing why. What are the points that set anime and anime-inspired animation apart IN A GLANCE?
I think it's mainly the polish of lines, shot composition and use of light, in Voltron's case.
in voltron's case (and I think this should be in /co/ maybe?) it is the usual color palettes and general chaarcter design, (outside of a few traces in the main characters eyes and faces). The thinner lines are also a thing too
Yes, the thinner lines are probably what gives the origin away, they're sharper and more opaque, too. Anime lines generally look noisier and desaturated.
>Maho spent her Valentine's day all by herself working on papers
>Couldn't bear to contact Okabe or think about Kurisu
How does that make you feel?
If you did not blow at least three loads to this scene, you are a pussy
Is Yui actually retarded?
Skip parts 1&2 there boring
Who needs girls when you have automobiles
Listen /a/, I just happened to be baking chocolates on Valentines Day. I had some extra chocolate left over, so I thought I would give some to you. Don't think it means anything, ok?
Why are villainesses so sexy?
It's either that or I want them to dominate me. That's why they are no bad female bitches.