ITT: Draw a scene in mspaint as fast as you can and see if other anons can guess it.
I'll start out hyper easy.
>When the character who literally never stops smiling finally stops smiling.
>character that always had his eyes closed opens them
she actually had a good reason to keep them closed
If he wanted to kill himself so badly why didn't he just jump in the ocean.
Probably because knowing one piece that would be a extremely boring way to die.
What is the best stand and why is it Killer Queen?
>what is The World
Don't you want Heaven?
Did it really save anime?
Is this any way to treat your girlfriend's little sister?
Nope, Ame is a servant.
Why is it so common to see survival manga devolve to shonen battler shit?
Because you're not reading battle royale
Are you proud of her, /a/?
I really liked how capable she was this episode. Not only did she turn her weakness in CQC into a strength by goading her opponent into a fight she also utilized her slim-covered status to win said fight. Her bluff was great too and putting her staff sideways in the toad was another aspect of quick thinking in a dangerous situation. Based Megumin.
Chapter is out.
Would you likely be a slave of Fujikos charm?
This is a Japanese Man.
Hayate no Gotoku 557 early scan
>thread asking anons about what they contributed to anime gets deleted even though it was anime-related and was getting a lot of participation
Be weary OP, mods are deleting users who provide fresh content. :^)
Sesuji wo Pin! to ~Shikakou Kyougi Dance-bu e Youkoso~
I can't believe there are people here who AREN'T reading this!
Like, seriously. This manga.
Mary Sue Saves The Rainforest: The Movie
If you kill your enemies they win: the movie
No but really it just felt like kind of a generic Miyazaki film, there's a bland protagonist who has worryingly firm moral convictions, who then proceeds to progress the story with little character development, and then several new plot elements are introduced, and then some incoherent fantastical nonsense happens, and then there is some sort of sacrifice, and then the movie ends. I genuinely don't understand why shit like this and Princess Mononoke are popular. Naoshika's only characterization was "even if you murdered my grandfather, actively want to kill me and my family, and want to destroy my village, I won't kill you because violence is bad, even if it will certainly prevent more violence." And another thing that pissed me off is that I think it's pretty obvious that making the nuke monsters is the morally righteous thing to do, seeing as humanity is under constant threat from a bunch of freakishly large trilobites 24/7, however the only people who want to get rid of them are stupidly evil because of course people who want to get things done always have to be the bad guys.
Miyazaki should have just stuck to his more surrealist-comedy-adventure type movies like Kiki and Spirited Away, because anything else he writes is mostly trash.
At least the action scenes were really good though.
What do you think I'm some kinda fucking nerd?
>watch it anon
>its really cool philosophical scifi
>its right up your ally
fuck you whoever you are.