Guys what's with C.C. being SO FUCKING HOT?
Why is Suzaku looking at her like that though
New chapter soon.
She'll never hold your hand.
What's your excuse for not watching Getter Robo Armageddon, /a/?
Where are my /ourguy/ bros at?
Find a flaw
If a anime has high rewatch value, then it's good. Is the theorem is correct?
It's a definition thing.
How do you define quality?
If having rewatch value means being good to you, then by that definition, yes, obviously you are right.
How do you define "good" in the context of anime?
Why the sluts characters are beloved so much?
So, anyone who regularly listens to anime original soundtracks as a whole CDs? What are your favourites from the last year? Favourite pieces which never get old? Your favourite composers? And what are you looking forward this year?
This year was pretty strong for OST CDs in general. Iwasaki Taku created one of his best in Bungou Stray Dogs 01 and 02 (and also one of his worst with Qualidea Code). Ike Yoshihiro's grand orchestrations proved to be a perfect fit for Yuu Gi Ou! THE DARK SIDE OF DIMENSIONS. Ooshima Michiru created absolutely marvelous music for Akagami no Shirayuki-hime. Kaida Shougo stringed musical score for 91Days was fabulous, just as Oshio Koutarou's light guitar and piano pieces for Doukyuusei. Tsutsumi Hiroaki and Kikuchi Naruyoshi proved to be one of the most promising talents. Tsutsumi with his fantastic Kuromukuro OST and OST2 discs and Kikuchi with his absolutely fantastic free jazz Kidou Senshi Gundam Thunderbolt score. And of course there were more…
But what ultimately blew me away was kotringo's Kono sekai no katasumi ni OST. What an utter joy that CD is. I never really paid much attention to kotringo, only ever listening to her Tsubame Novelette concept album from 2013 but oh dear, KonoSekai OST made me incredibly aware of her.a
>Iwasaki Taku created one of his best in Bungou Stray Dogs 01 and 02
They didn't include that track in both albums. You know which one I'm talking about.
> They didn't include that track in both albums.
Happens all the time. One of the worst cases was probably Texhnolyze which on its original soundtrack CDs featured mostly unused tracks and different arranges. Many pieces used in the anime were nowhere to be found on the CDs. Even though that despite that the CDs were still quite good, it was a bit shame.
>listens to anime original soundtracks as a whole CD
Wouldn't say tracks are usually placed in right order to make it really pleasant to listen to a whole CD in one go.
Reminds me of that track from first episode of Hellsing TV anime.
What was the point of this scene?
>I have to self-insert myself into every anime to enjoy it
What were their problem?
>What was their problem?
I agree. How did these three badass extremely experienced vampire hunters who severely wounded one of the greatest beings in history all get defeated by some dumbass and a girl with big tits?