What would it feel like to be her love slave?
You fight all of her battles for her, blindly agree with her like a mindless zombie, and you get no sex.
Being her love slave is basically just being a beta orbiter, only with a better sounding title.
Is this the perfect Chaika?
>Kimi no Na wa.(Your Name.) - HDrip 720p
so anyone else saw this movie and
Renge is literally my wife
So, I've always been a huge fan Urusei Yatsura and one of the things I heard back in the day was that Lum was actually not intended to be the main love interest for Ataru. It was actually supposed to be Shinobu, his violent sorta-girlfriend from early on, but the reason that Lum ended up as the main love interest was purely due to the fact that the fans absolutely fucking loved her. I'm bringing this up because now that I'm actually looking for evidence to support this claim I can't find anything. My question is, does anyone know if there's any truth to this rumor at all?
Also while we're on the subject, has this scenario ever happened in any other anime/manga series? Like, where the author was clearly setting up a romance but due to fan reaction either changed things up or even cancelled it entirely?
Has anyone hear read any theory on narrativity while also being an animu fan?
Even just Aristotle's Poetics and some of the basic narrative theory surrounding it, or more stuff like Ricoeur, Danto, etc.
I'm really interested in how Japan has adopted Western narrative modes, but retained aspects of distinctive Japanese storytelling. The problem is that I don't know enough about Japanese culture or anime/manga to do more than guess about what the relationships might be.
So I only have hunches, like how the traditional narrative arc, with definitive anagnorisis and related things like Chekhov's gun, seems to be "wonky" in the anime I've seen. But I can't tell whether that's because the Japanese only partially understand the "Western" narrative mode, and basically clutter it up with lots of clunky Chekhovian guns and non sequiturs, or whether it's a more organic fusion that is worth studying in its own right. Some anime I watch is just so bizarrely disjointed to me, even when it's enjoyable, and I just wonder whether that's an essential part of its form or whether minimally Westernised Japanese people are just less attuned to the kind of narrativity that is standard in the West.
Like, I sometimes wonder how Japanese authors who clearly write "Western" novels, like Mishima, would react to the narrative structure of anime.
What is your opinion on this guy? I know he gets lots of criticism for being edgy etc but I felt he was one of the most interesting characters. When he got panel time usually there was some cool shit going and down and he had some of the best fights in the series.
Left or Right? anons
"The Hype is dead" edition
Movie 4 drops tomorrow.
Why is Miyu-sama so perfect? I just want to
Would you marry a
How about a game of mahjong?
Why aren't you loving Lain in this, the year of our goddess?
Lucky Star dub > Lucky Star sub
There, I said it.