/A/s thoughts and feelings on sweetness and lightning
>thoughts: too cute
What the hell was her problem?
Where does homo subtext ends and where does being openly gay start?
Owari No Seraph asks the hard questions.
This is Honoka
Say something nice about her
Who was this show's target demographic?
Why do anime lesbians love lolis?
Someone told me this was pretty good.
They weren't lion.
>KyoAni has their own unique panel
>Other studios get shit on and have to share their shows under their publisher panel.
Why is KyoAni so much better than other studios?
>Tried to gain control of Kaibacorp solely to use its technology to see his dead waifu again
Weren't he, Kaiba and their respective companies business partners, couldn't he have just asked? Was there any reason Pegasus couldn't have asked to put a clause in the contract for the whole "solid vision" technology that would have allowed him to do so?
It's time for your daily dose of Umaru
Did your dad shoved a hamster up your anus when you were a child?
It's not your fault. Umaru likes you
Who is the most influential person of all time, in the industry?
My boyfriend Ryuko is so cute.
Y'all told me Narutaru was good and depressing. I'm starting the last episode, and it's been neither. Mostly it's been boring, and it feels like it's trying to hard to be edgy. Like an earlier version of Elfen Lied.
Was this the curse of Evangelion? Every anime afterward for a few years trying to out-grimdark the other? Or maybe I need to read the manga.
So it's one of those, "the anime is only a teaser, now read the manga" types. And does the manga actually get dark? I should add that I've seen flashes of how the story might get dark and depressing, but after 12 episodes in, all that I've seen is that the groundwork of the plot has been laid/characters introduced. No arc looks to be finished, except for Shiina's friend (not even sure if it'll finish come the end of episode 13). Oh well, better start downloading the manga.
The manga was better. About the only good thing from the Narutaru anime (and the Bokurano anime for that matter) was the OP.
It's pretty edgy. Rape, nuclear holocausts, giant hands bitchslapping everyone. It's definitely not as good as Bokurano but it was an enjoyable ride for me, even though the ending is rushed fast as fuck.
Can they win Gold next year with Ribbon as president?
Anyone else didn't find this a conclusive ending at all?
Even with the Eupho title drop, Natsuki and Yuuko's responsibilities and the lack of 2nd year was a pretty strong unsolved problem.
Actually, I want a show focused Ribbon's role as president.
How does KyoAni look like for next year? Maidragon is some pretty solid source material for an anime, so I think that will do just fine. I'm hoping for more original LNs like pic related. What else are you hoping they do?