Ok guys. What in the actual fuck am I reading? I need to start getting high before I read manga.
O well, at least he's gunna get some cunny in the onsen.
You didn't forget about her, did you?
So I picked this up literally after seeing an ad for it during one of this season's livestreams.
Who else is reading this? What do you think?
I find it cute, but I feel apprehensive about how long the author can carry on without introducing new characters.
Describe this cute girl without using mean words that implies she's not breathing.
This is Shinji. Say something nice about him.
If anyone else is reading OMAE O OTAKU NI SHITEYARU KARA, ORE O RIAJUU NI SHITEKURE!
Am I the only one hoping that these two won't end up as lovers, but will stay as super close supportive friends? It would really set this manga apart from every other lol helping a girl get a guy I know and she helps me get a girl she knows, oh lol we ended up falling in love instead lololololo mangas
Gabriel Dropout: Baka devil Satannia best waifu.
Why is this never talked about? Underrated as fuck. Those last episodes were amazing.
Same reason /a/ doesnt discuss Tsuritama, Denpa Teki, and other shit.
Its just nothing to discuss really.
Does anyone give a fuck?
One episode a month is really killing my enthusiasm. Too little happens per episode and any hints for the mystery are going to be long forgotten by the next one. The occasional trips to over-ambitious, under-budgeted CG land aren't helping either.
Why do people say that Owari no Seraph is a yaoi show when these two are obviously the OTP?
>Yu and Mika aren't chasing after their respective best girls, but instead want each other
What went wrong?
Here's my prediction on how the Gods of Destruction will rank in terms of power:
2. Cobra man
8. Tails the fox
9. Dwarf ginger beard
10. Average size ginger beard
11. Robo bitch
12. That short hairy fucker
Does this seem about right? Something you'd change?
I just recently read this series. Disappointed by the blunt ending. What do you think /a/?
Probably was axed. When you think about it, at the inevitable ending of the story, regardless of axing, there's really no way to resolve the whole "Sai must find the divine move in order to finally be at rest" subplot. It would be unrealistic for Hikaru to suddenly have a deus ex machina and know the divine move.
It had to end that way because of how Igo matery truly involves. You only get to 9 dan by sacrificing your whole life to its study, and the main character was never in the position to reach it. Hikaru has basically reached the peak of what he is capable of if he wanted to stay a functional human being.
Although we can probably have a decent sequel now that AlphaGo is kicking everybody's ass. Focusing on how Go as a game is no longer mystical, and that humans can improve by simply practising against a machine.
I looked at the ToC from 2000-2003. Hikaru no Go had an unexpectedly large number of breaks despite doing well in the rankings and having good tank sales. Pretty sure the author fell ill and had to stop. I do agree that the series abruptly stopped instead of having a natural ending.
The FUCK was this guy's problem?
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