>tfw in the past 8 years anons have died without confirmation that Lelouch is alive
>tfw in the past 8 years anons have died never knowing about R3
>tfw in the past 8 years anons have died before livestreaming together with us
In other words, I'm HYPED AS FUCK. Anyone else like the PV's tune? It's been stuck in my head for days.
I distinctly remember one of the creators confirming that Lelouch died.
And now we have R3. I hope Lelouch being alive becomes a red herring just to watch all the fags shout their lungs out.
Where does one acquire those high quality "figurines" to "hot glue"? Loli preferred.
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Asuka or Rei, gentlemen?
Who do you pick as VA of the year?
My pick is Shinichiro Miki as Zamasu in Dragon Ball Super.
He's already got a good track-record but he really outdid himself with his voice-work here
>MATA KISAMA KA TURANKSU?!?!
This line is so good, he fucking DELIVERED the character's frustration in seeing this fucking guy who's constantly been a thorn in his side again for the 1000th time
Why does anime have such a hard time making money? In the west television shows make a profit off ad revenue, so shows with broad appeal that can get high viewership are the most profitable. But in japan it seems that profit comes from DVD sales and merchandise, not ad revenue, so they appeal to a niche demographic of diehard fans most likely to spend money on physical goods. Is this because the television networks have a different deal with the anime studios that makes them loose out on that ad revenue? Or maybe it's because anime is just too expensive to produce to be covered by ad revenue alone?
> Or maybe it's because anime is just too expensive to produce to be covered by ad revenue alone?
No, ad revenue is the primary source of income for top companies novadays (Google, Facebook for example).
I never actually understood why japs don't take this approach. I also don't understand why do they base their industry on Japan alone? I mean, there are at least several million anime fans abroad, why isn't there a single attempt, by the industry, not the 3rd parties (like kissanime and such), to exploit those views.
Is it a pride thing, or sheer ignorance?
We have things like Crunchyroll and whatever other streaming sites partner with the company, but it always seems half assed. Sites like Kissanime are to blame for this in a way but making shows harder to access if at all legally will make people torrent or stream.
I'm skeptical about how much of crunchyroll's money actually gets back to the actual creators. If I buy a crunchy subscription am I supporting shows that I love, or am I just paying the paychecks of bad translators and enterprising american CEOs?
How did Visha end up becoming like this?
that are good
>tfw you watch bakemonogatari on a thirteen hour flight and make eye contact with the person in the next seat over
She knows, she knows she's screwed. By a woman who's not even trying.
What do you guys think?
It's kinda old but I still love it.
Well what do you clasify as old when it comes to music videos? I realize it's not old, I just meant it wasn't recent and came out a few years ago. Plenty of time for those looking to discover it.
What makes me think he's a bad protagonist? Can anyone redeem him?
Just get in the god damn robot, anon
>tell Shinji that Eva is indestructible (it's not, but doesn't need to know that)
>remove/fix the thing that for some reason makes him feel pain when Eva is attacked
Boom, problem solved.
So when are they going to have SEX?