It's been a few years since I've watched any anime. Last time I watched anything new was probably KLK in 2014
I decided I'd give it a try again and watched Kiznavier, and from the opening it was like a switch flipped and I got really giddy, like I was a kid again.
It was nearly chemical.
Does animu have a significant chemical effect on the brain? All the bright colors, and foreign language and over the top scores and motions and stuff?
Can you get numb to it? Like a drug?
Just marathoned the first episode of Yuri On Ice.
What did I think of it?
New episode soon.
I'm waiting for more juicy h-doujins of Arale to flood the internet!
I barely remember Arale, but I recall one episode with a camera that took pictures of the future, and seeing ehrself unchanging in them, Arale had the professor promise to make her an adult body eventually.
What a waste o a chance to show it.
Apparently the Promised Neverland had 120000 Books printed for it's first Volume (not sold, just printed) and a few stores ran out of copies after 1 (one) day. This is insane. Looks like WSJ found their next big thing.
Ichizon/Seizon new chapter dump and discussion thread.
Be creative and your meme will be immortalized.
MC is a Japanese born military/base brat who hasn't set foot in his home country since he was around two, Now after 13 years and about moving at least a dozen time (Over half of which where in a new country), He comes back to Japan to attend high school
World ends, groups of people are sent back to the beginning of time with their bodies and memories intact. They either become “observers” or “historians” (placeholder name), able to either observe the changing landscapes of the world (similar to the God of the New Testament) or change the outcome of the world (similar to mythological gods or the God of the Old Testament). The show follows both an observer and a historian throughout the entire history of this new Earth. Other notes: observers are able to influence the world, but not directly. They can “descend” to Earth and attempt to cause the lifeforms (protozoan all the way to highest evolved life) to change the world on their own. Historians can also influence others to shape the world, but prefer to do it themselves. Both observers and historians are immortal, unaging, and unable to be seen unless they want to be. Though the observers and historians are not opposing factions, the two main characters have slightly different ideal visions of the world (neither good nor bad: there’s no real “protagonist” or “antagonist” in the series).
How do I watch this without having to jack off??
Once you realize that the fanservice is really not that great and that the story is rushed and predictable, you can really settle in and meditate on how boring this show got to be.
Getting up to speed. Are you guys rooting for doppel-chan? Everyone is out to get her and no one considers her feelings, even if she does happen to be a robot.
I prefer Ya. She reminds me of Frenda and her current style with her hair down and midriff showing is great.
It was a master piece
Wow... This showed up as an advertisement during a different youtube video.
So how do you think the next OPM season will be in regards to adaptation?
Would you join the literature club for her?
PREPARE YOURSELF, /a/!
I play Berserker Soul! This card lets me keep attacking until I draw a non-monster card!
HERE WE GO!