I'm rewatching Utena and can someone explain the semantics of the Black Rose Arc? I understand that only Akio/Anthy and Mikage remember it, but I'm confused on whether Mikage was "erased" by Akio or did nothing really happen and Mikage was just deluding himself, lead on by Anthy and Akio? If the latter, then why is Shiori back in the Apocalypse arc and how does Utena know about Kanae and Akio?
Or am I taking it too literally and Mikage's graduation or freedom from the memories of Mamiya is purely metaphorical?
Was Mari a mistake?
Daily reminder that best girl won
Daily reminder that Onodera's husband is older, taller, and is all around a much better man.
How did Hokuto become best girl in just a single episode?
And why is the ost during the matches bretty gud? The eurobeat that plays during a few matches is groovy as fuck
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why does jun hate the DFC?
>nearly the year of the rooster
>still no episode 4
What's your favorite type of loli character in anime or manga?
Hey /a/ I was a bit busy this week but I'm back with the DO IT FOR HER/HIM pics
Here's one I particularly liked from the last thread,
If you requested one last thread and didn't check back in fast enough to see if I did it, say so.
Once again, please give me the name, anime/manga, and a reference pic of the waifu/husbando
What do you think of this pure lady?
I always thought this was such a unique setup for a hentai series. IIRC the author took the idea of an existing sexual condition where the body isn't able to control its state of arousal and sort of ran with it, making a series about a main girl who has adulterous sex with many different people. It's pretty notable because its not often you see an author fixate so deeply on just a single female character, and for the general "niceness" of the sex. Unlike other cheating manga that emphasize the humiliation or taboo nature of adultery, Great Escape feels more like "Oh gosh, looks like the heroine got herself into another situation again!".
It's a weird beast in the land of hentai, and thats kind of why I think its so memorable.
Was it autism?
Chapter 25: I Didn't Want You To Realize
Why doesn't Piccolo just absorb/fuse with every Namekian in existence? If he did that he would become one of the most powerful characters in the franchise.
I never asked for this.
I feel like the tone and setting don't really match up; despite everyone being an adult I don't get the feeling that this series is about adults nor intended for an adult audience.
It's still leagues better than it would be if it arbitrarily featured a high-school age cast, but I just feel like it could be doing a lot more if it acted more like its target demographic. It's like a seinen series that also wants the shounen audience.