itt: Manga that you are close to finishing that you dont want to end
Just enjoy it while it lasts everything good needs to end.
You know I've found myself with a conflict with long series that I get really invested in
On the one hand, if it makes sense and builds character and all that, I think stories should have the sad ending they are supposed to
But then when it does get really dark in the final moments of a series as it often does, I get really fucking depressed so maybe the fact authors tend to pull back at the last second for an out-of-nowhere happy ending is okay
I think more realistic endings would give a story more potential to be recommended reading material for generations but it's also unfair to think someone could literally follow a series as its ongoing for like twenty years and then just get their heart shit on at the end
Why Lain is praised so much when this is better?
After 10 episodes of whacky hijinks with only a few scenes of super dark and depressing plot, I decided I wasn't going to like this show and dropped it. Lain was pretty shit too
For me it's Furuta Nimura Souta Kichimura Washuu. Intelligent, Nihilistic and with a Wicked Sense of Humor.
Continuing vol 1 dump
Episode 17 preview
Which season had the best "true" final duel and which had the worst?
The second duel between Reiji and Yuya was certainly the better between it and the last one.
5D's feels like over the top bullshit and GX basically nerfs Judai to give Yugi and easy time. DM is fine, but the manga version is better paced.
>been reading manga and LN's for years
>now instinctively try to read everything right to left
Toughest fucking spy, hands down
Marry, Fuck, Kill??? (No pic needed, you know who)
People will defend this
What's responsible for this? Different studio? God it looks so bland, the hair is just one ugly bland turd color with a darker shade while the top looks like it has a bit of a gradient
The manga really needs more Endeavor.
Why are maids so ridiculously cute?
Yo. Since we're allowed one meta thread per board, I just have to ask. When did /a/ become a weekend board?
Misunderstanding your misunderstanding
Chiaki > Chiaki's imouto > Nina > Aguri >>> Karen
Who read the manga/watched anime. Thoughts on series? Favorite moments?
I watched the anime before it just went off the rails and this is prob my saddest drop. Usually I'm glad to drop things when they go to shit. Might read the manga one day. Does it get any better after we meet her sister?
I agree that it gets wackier once Reverse starts; personally I think it does get better after meeting the sister (albeit a lot more action oriented in the anime), but that could be bias. But there was interesting backstory I suppose.