Which was the most evil character on Digimon?
In my opinion it is Piedmon
I remember being scared of him as a 5 years old child and my brain still fears him somehow 15 years later
I think about him in his castle in the middle of a dark plain watching with his telescope and it gives me shirves in my spine
The D-Reaper, of course. Piedmon is pretty cliche, while the D-Reaper is so offputting and just feels wrong. Its motives are simple, yet it's presentation is effective.
This is your master today
Which girl should of won?
Also this is Shaft's best work.
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
ITT: We describe our lives with a single manga panel
You haven't seen the comfiest anime series ever.
Any news about Kubo?
Will he do something after Bleach?
It saddens me to see /a/ show little to no interest in Onihei, arguably one of the better shows this season, a studio debut at that.
What's the crux of this indifference? Is it the setting, perhaps some of you find it dry and exploited, or quite the opposite, too exclusive and aimed at history buffs? Perhaps it's the nature of this show, as it is essentially a villain-of-the-week and doesn't promise a change of pace? Or perhaps the characters, predominantly middle aged people shown at work?
Talk to me. Why doesn't Onihei captivate you?
My guess would be it's aimed at an older audience but set up as a crime of the week show, with an invincible protagonist. So not a lot of depth basically.
Though I've been keeping up with this and not hating it.
...Also it's not on crunchyroll, and despite vocal haters, most people use that or previously Funi.
I'm neutral about the setting, there's good and bad historical stuff (I'm slowly watching House of Five Leaves, which seems be about dreadfully boring rudimentarily morally conflicted people, which probably affects my enthusiasm), but I haven't heard a lot of praise I guess.
Which Dome would you Kano?
Why do so many guys watch romance anime?
Don't you find it a little weird? Only women are really interested in romance. In all other forms of entertainment besides anime, the audience for romance stories is overwhelmingly female.
How do we save these witches from the fires of hell?
Post your favorite Japanese Colloquialisms!