I'VE WATCHED THE SAME EPISODE 5 TIMES ALREADY. WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?
It was literally a massive fuck up and one of the biggest wastes of money and time I can recall in anime history. How you get approved for another season and think that it's a good idea to spend 75% of that time repeating the same episode over and over is beyond me.
Rank those MCs by answering those 2 questions:
a. Do they deserve their harem.
b. Is their harem good compared to others.
Fact: Kobayashi is best girl
I want to hear her moan.
Holy fuck this fucking manga. I was starting to like it then suddenly out of fucking nowhere, they decided to kill of Kishimoto, Kato, and the girl the MC fucked. I decided to give it a chance and read more of it but then they hooked up MC with an ugly ass girl and there's this fucking fuckboy called Izumi who made himself look black and did a massacre because of "muh gantz".
Does this shit get better?
post the anime you hate
Will Togashi ever finish this or will he die of laziness first?
Would you let your onee-san dress you up as a cute girl, /a/?
Where do you read manga?
>PC screen (vertical)
>smartphone (which one)
>ink screen tablet
>android tablet (which one)
Season 3 when?
I mean the Evolution manga had 13 volumes so why not? The remake had 20 volumes and gave 2 seasons worth of anime.
I'm still waiting. A-1 promised us, and A-1 money to waste.
It's been 8 years. Please don't get my hopes up
So Higurashi was actually real all this time. What's next? Are they going to prove that witches exist?
>In a new paper, researchers in Israel have theoretically shown that microbes could influence their hosts to act altruistically. And this influence could be surprisingly effective, with simulations showing that microbes may promote the evolution of altruistic behavior in a population to an even greater extent than genetic factors do.
>The researchers in the new study have proposed that microbes may induce a person to help others because the close physical contact (for example, food-sharing, co-sheltering, and grooming) increases the transmission of the microbes from one person to another. So when someone does something nice for us, we are not just the recipient of a kind act, but also of their microbes.
>The results showed that, as long as horizontal transmission (between individuals) of microbes is allowed, altruism-inducing microbes can take over the population, leading to microbe-induced altruism. This result occurs even when only a very small percentage of the population initially carries these altruism-inducing microbes. The simulations also revealed that the evolution of altruism is successful because the microbes have a chance to either meet genetically related microbes in the recipient or infect and transform some of the recipient's microbes into relatives.
>In a variation of this model in which altruism can also be induced by host genes, the researchers found that genetically encoded altruism does not evolve, but microbe-induced altruism continues to evolve whether or not genetic factors are present. Further simulations showed that, although there are some cases in which altruism encoded in genes can persist, microbe-induced altruism persists more often. Overall, the results suggest that microbes may play a dominant and previously overlooked role in the evolution of altruistic behavior.
I'm not ashamed of this at all.
Mine is pretty old, might update it later.
What is the Rei vs Asuka of female anime fans?
>flashback to childhood
Shit. Whippersnappers don't even know.
How does Doga Kobo do it? Their anime is always top quality.
How long will it take for them to buy out KyoAni?
>sitting like that on a couch to play video games