SAY MY NAME
ALL OUT!! EP 7
Is this the greatest manga ever written
Where do you rank DIO among the great anime villains?
>Yuru Yuri is still the best source for reaction image
what went wrong ? is anime industry dying ?
>take a photo
>put on some photoshop filter
>apply gaussian blur so nobody notices
>your retarded audience will think it's artistic and praise you for it anyway
>save on budget
>two birds with one stone
Kyoani finds a way.
> to give focus to the characters
Because your audience is too retarded to focus on the first plane?
This is your emperor now.
Are there any other news on FLCL2 apart from the fact that the Pillows are coming back for the OST?
There's still a long ride untill Saturday but we are almost there.
How will Actas fuck up this time?
Great, now she's pissed off for you all letting the last one die so early.
Is this anime as intellectual as people say?
>Madhouse's 2011 adaptation has been met with near universal critical acclaim. While the series as a whole has received widespread praise, the Chimera Ant arc in particular has been often singled out. In addition to being met with rave reviews, the arc has generated considerable discussion and analysis of its themes, symbols, characters and structure throughout and in the aftermath of its run. The arc is commonly viewed as a deconstruction of shōnen and action anime; other readings have focused on supposed symbolic parallels with Buddhism and nuclear war. Nick Creamer compared the arc to a “war drama”. In a lengthy essay, Creamer read the arc as a study of, and in the end a simultaneous critique and defense of human nature.
>Much of the writing surrounding the arc focuses on its villain, the Chimera Ant King. Largely echoing Creamer’s conclusion, Luke Halliday, in an examination of the character, describes his story as “an exploration into what it means to be human.” In the piece, Halliday describes the King's development as “one of the most interesting and captivating in anime . . . [the King's] journey is simply unforgettable” and states his own belief that the arc “will go down as one of the greatest stories told in anime”.
Left or right?
What do you think about it?
I wish to Her Highness Asseylum Vers Alusia to step on me with her high heels and look down on my earthen pathetic life.
I just finished this the other day, and I didn't really understand why this show caused such a huge fuckin divide
main things i heard were that the manga girls were cute and the anime ones looked like downies, and generally just how shit the rotoscope was. But, other than that, why else was it such a shit show to peeps?
There is no huge divide, it was hideous and only a small subsection of contrarians and/or hipsters and/or trolls bothered to watch past the first episode. It's shit, the manga isn't much better either.