>show is set thousands of years in the future
>people still use the word "god"
I can smell your fedora from behind my screen.
Japan has gone full Jew and decided to crack down on the anime industry and all anime and manga has been taken down and is now available to the West on a pay-per-tankobon/episode basis. Ignoring for a minute the impossibility of killing all pirating sites, would you still be heavily invested into the industry? Would you move on to a different hobby? How much would you be willing to pay per volume/anime episode before telling them to fuck off?
It'd really depend on how much we are talking about here, but that would probably mean watching less shit or be an opportunity to move on to a different hobby.
I was going to write "more productive hobby", but who am I kidding.
What does /a/ think of Angel Beats?
Fucking terrible. I got memed into finishing it and it's probably the only series I legitimately regret wasting my time on.
The characters and comedy were mediocre and the ending was the best example of forced drama I've ever seen.
You don't stick your dick in crazy. But I would probably make an exception.
I hope they continue scanlations of this, I think they were having cleaning trouble. I follow a lot of manga but so much of it is rarely released, it's nice having something like this where you know when it's coming each month.
>there's no male character
>the catgirl(male) is the only good girl(male)
You are in a bar, and this guy smacks your girls ass. What do you do?
>loli fanservice scene
>loli covers her chest
But why? There's nothing to see and I doubt anyone cares about some little girl's boobs
Shimakaze was made for the new age of high quality trap doujinshi.
>background characters have own setting
This is why I fucking love kyoani.
When was the last time you fell in love with a 2d?
We are going to take it slow, but I really like her so far
Fact: the quality of a show directly correlates with the quality of the show's threads while it's airing.
WE ARE STILL ALIVE BOYS
>The original story takes place the day before the class reunion depicted at the end of the manga, seven years after the manga's climax. Yusei Matsui, the manga's creator, collaborated with the film's staff for the original story. The film's visual already hinted at the story, showing the character designs for Nagisa and Karma seven years after the manga's climax.
What /a/ thinks about Pitou?
Is this really as bad as people say?
people hate it's author and that's basically it
also purple is useless
What do they say? The drama is predictable but it's okay.
I wish it had been a battle anime. Tenga is too much of a musclehead. I don't like him at all.