Why cant rance get TV series?
>[Commie] Fune wo Amu - 02 [DFAF3D5D].mkv
So uuuh, who's watching this?
ITT characters who get a lot of undeserved hate from people who just don't understand
New appmon episode today, less than 2 hours remaining. Today we have the grade:super fight between scopemon and dogatchmon, so it should be a good one.
No it's not simulcasted, but all previous episodes got english subs by monday and spanish/portuguese subs by sunday.
Gatchmon is a search engine, Navimon is a GPS, DoGatchmon is the fusion of both.
Most Appmon from the lower levels are based around and application or system function, I'm liking that.
i've recently hit a wall looking for interesting anime to watch. Whenever I read reviews of any anime that i think could be good, they bomb them, saying "it was as bad as SAO", or "another trainwreck from a-1" or some other.
now, my memory might not be the best there is, but SAO wasn't unpleasant to watch, and if I weren't afraid of being beaten to death with elitists dicks rigid from their self-worship, I'd even say it was good.
now then, tell me why it wasn't, i'm honestly curious.
It isn't so much that SAO is all that unusually bad using normal standards of criticism, but just like with anything that garners massive popularity, it's also going to garner massive criticism, and it simply isn't close to good enough to survive that stress test. It's so easy to rip apart if you set your mind to it. Basically a Walking Dead tier show.
SAO is interesting from a science fiction and a worldbuilding perspective, but it leaves a lot wanting, which Kawahara is trying to fill in with Progressive. Also, a lot of /a/ doesn't "get" video games, so they don't understand some of the nuances in the players' interactions. I'm a former gamer, so I grasp it better than a lot of them do.
Is there a living creature within any anime, or otherwise fictional literature, that can even come close to beating this man in single combat?
Go ahead, give it a try. I'll wait here and laugh at you when you fail.
You have already failed.
>Fujoshit that actually ship their male schoolmates
That's disgusting as fuck, these types of people actually exist?
I am going to start Dragon Ball Z very soon for the first time.
In your professional opinion, do you think it's worth it for be to watch the original Dragon Ball first?
>The next generation of Chinese 21-year-olds -- those born in the 2000s -- will be a different bunch and could offer Japan's animation industry an unprecedented opportunity to blitz into the Chinese market, which has so far been dominated by Disney, Hollywood and South Korea, according to a panel discussion held in Tokyo on Tuesday.
>"Those that will be 21 five years from now grew up watching Japanese animation and they understand Japanese culture and trends in ways that those born in the 1980s never have," said Hu Ming
>Yang Xiaoxuan, vice president of iQiyi, China's largest online video site, said that when her company released "Seisen Cerberus" -- a Japanese animation series based on a role-playing mobile game -- in China, it was watched by 140 million people in the first three months. "The animation market in China will be at least worth 20 billion yuan ($3 billion)," she said.
>Yuichi Takahashi, CEO and president of Japanese broadcaster TV Tokyo Holdings agreed, saying Japanese and Chinese producers should collaborate from the very beginning of content production
C'mon anon, we're going home
This cute character designer seem to be broken, how do you fix this?
What is /a/'s opinion on yuri?
So what will happen in December?
WHAT DID SHE MEAN BY THIS