Murciélago the anime or Franken Fran the anime?
Nothing impresses her, nothing at all.
Go outside once in a while OP.
What's educational about it? It's just her going around getting into silly adventures.
Yeah I guess so. I have the raws so my comprehension isn't amazing.
From what I've seen this show is pretty obscure except for Mexicans or South Americans.
I just finished watching Gungrave after having it on my backlog for a while. It was really good and I'm glad I didn't watch the first ep. I wouldn't have thought that mixing in sci-fi later in the series would work so well and not hinder the story. During the last episodes, I just wanted Brandon to be happy and they had me crying like a bitch. Overall, series is 9/10 and if there's a blu ray I'll buy it.
The characters who didn't deserve what happened to them were
and those two guys Brandon first worked with
I read that after episode 17 but ep 1 and ep 18 are almost identical. So I chose just to not watch ep 1.
Also gungrave's OP and ED are now some of my favorites.
Will there ever be an anime arc as
goodas Yorknew city arc ?
Is it possible for boys to fall in love with friends of the same gender?
>get to Volume 6.5 , decent translation to some degree but it had it's problems
>volume 6.5's translation literally making me want to punch things
Is there a good translation of this novel? It's been some time since i dropped it because the translation was bad but now I want to get back into it
Leave /m/ to me.
Was it rape?
Anime and manga that jumped the shark.
what is she doing?
Is the Dark Tournament the best tournament arc in the history of anime?
It can be hard to pull off tournament arcs, but these are both good examples of how to do them. Introducing characters, creating goals to achieve with obstacles to overcome, and fleshing out the existing cast to the best of your abilities. Better still, creating tension outside of just "who will win" by introducing motives outside of immediate fights is always good. Both Yusuke and Tenshinhan are developed rather well. Goku's clear progress over his first entry builds excitement really well and introduces the concept of clear physical growth. Hiei does flashy shit
and Yamcha breaks a leg.
I like tournament arcs. They can be rather fun. I can't say they're the best part of battle shonen, but a good tourney does a lot more good than bad. It just sucks that they tend to be the arcs that suffer most as the years go by, because there are only so many ways to spice it up. It sucks more when a bad fight ways it down
like Neji vs. Naruto.
I am not sure if its the best but the Boku no Hero Academia has pretty slick tournament arc. None of the usual pit faults or bullshit.
If he wanted, he could have easily killed everybody no?
1) Trace a nuclear shelter.
2) Trace a nuclear bomb.
Kill all the masters and win the holly war.
Is there a seiyuu better than Inorin?