>Story about the underdog who has to surpass his born good rival with pure hard work.
>One of his early fights is about showing a fatalist that destiny is wrong.
>Also he's the chosen one and almost all of his victories come from the demon inside of him.
>The other "hard work because I'm shit" character, Lee, never wins ever.
How do you fuck up the moral of your story this badly? Neji was right all along.
Who is ready for some more Megumeme?
If I had a Megumeme, so help me god, I would visit such unholiness upon her anus that you would never shit again out of sheer sympathy. As I took great handfuls of her peachy white cheeks in my hands, satan himself would begin to weep with joy. He knows that the sin I am about to commit will damn every soul in existence, that the profane, wet noises alone will stain the universe with its echoes, that the sight of my face buried in her will scorch the eyes of god himself.
I swear these guys are seeding the terminal phase of the death on anime!
>Anime director Yutaka Yamamoto, or "Yamakan" (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Wake Up, Girls!, Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens), and former president of Gainax Toshio Okada, or "the Otaking," have a history of criticizing the anime industry, even going so far as to declare anime "dead." At a Christmas Eve discussion at Akihabara UDX Gallery in Tokyo, they focused their attacks on a topic often considered taboo: the production committee system.
>Both men considered the system, which originated as a way to disperse risk among numerous stakeholders and to simplify fundraising, a "shackle" around anime. The companies that make up the production committee have an incentive to maintain control of their anime, which translates to at least 40% of the copyright. Despite the presence of Chinese communications firms who are willing to put up as much as three billion yen (US$26 million) to produce anime, production committees are often loath to accept this much if it means sacrificing their controlling stake. Yamamoto said if the managing companies can only put up 40 million yen (US$346,000), that means the production budget will be set at only 100 million yen (US$865,000).
>Okada went on to say that if the Chinese firms still contributed a large figure like two billion yen (US$17.3 million), then the production committee will split the money among 10 different projects. This is a factor in the increasing amount of anime in production today, although it (according to Okada) comes at the expense of quality. "If we had a billion yen, we could make a really good anime movie," he lamented. But this would come at the cost of its funding being 100% Chinese. "People want the production committee system because they want money."
>Okada advocated for "getting rid of these middle-aged men [on the production committees] and connecting directly with the Chinese funders." Yamamoto didn't want to go this far, but called for a "change in mentality" to raise more money and to value individual anime more. Okada predicted that a "slave revolt" was coming.
>have mouth on hand
>don't use it to get the best head
what the fuck was wrong with Shinichi?
What if she publicly humiliates you, /a/? How would you recover?
This little piece of nugget walks up to you and proclaims the following: "UMA!"
What would you reply to such an outrageous statement?
Is this a gyaru?
Why does /a/ never talk about Hyakko?
Just finished Eureka Seven after so many years. What have I been missing out on? And why am I so sad?
Stop watching yurishit.
Found this in a single frame of Ep 12 while rewatching. This would be human catalyst of the human/angel impact recipe by my assumption, considering it looks just like an Eva. But why does it look like it does? It has Eva restraints which shouldn't exist, and it's glowing.
Anyone have any idea as to what this is? As far as I know it's the only frame that shows the actual Eva / human thing. Why only one frame? What the fuck even is it? It's like a bastardization of the Children of Adam and Lilith. Is that what an actual "Impact" looks like?
Why is it only in like 1-3 frames?
That is Adam waking up and going supernova after the Lance of Longinus contact experiment, i.e., moments before Second Impact.
It looks like an Eva because Evas are artificial clones of Adam.
How do you meet anime friends irl?
I went to an anime con today with my friends, but they don't watch anime and just wanted to hang out. I was gonna try and look for some new people to talk to (not replacing my old friends, just adding) because none of my friends like anime but since they were there it was a bit hard.
How can japs have such incredibly SHIT taste
>ITT : Anime scene that trigger you
Why the fuck nip use so many honorific