Obscure waifus encouraged.
What is thy desire?
Fuck you gay little girl and adult cowtits fat dyke anime
Give me more men like Akuma
>Leiji Matsumoto is a good artist
That moment when a new anime officially won you over.
For me: I really wasn't feeling the first episode of Panty and Stocking, but then Panty got diarrhea, and I realized that this show is actually genius.
When Focker checked out Minmay in the first episode in SDF, I really wanted to see his and Hikaru's Senpai/Kohai relationship play out.
They really felt like old buddies, and so I kept watching
This was Anno's last great animated work.
Did you like it?
Will you miss it after next week?
>10/10 waifu material
How does it feel knowing you will never be in the 2d reality to feel her loving embrace?
What does /a/ think of Durarara!!
Is Tomoyo the best waifu?
I want the anime adaptation of Tomoyo After: It's a Wonderful Life
The original run of Armored Trooper Votoms is considered by many to be the greatest in the mecha anime genre. Do you agree, though?
>Draw a boy
>Call it a girl
that doesn't even make sense
There's almost no difference between prepubertal boys and girls though. If girls didn't have long hair, pink clothes and frills, you wouldn't be able to distinguish them from boys. And vice versa.
Is this really the best the isekai genre has to offer? You can do anything with "trapped in another world" being the premise and yet this is the only one that's good. Not even great, just good.
>[HorribleSubs] Mahou Shoujo Naria Girls - 12 [720p].mkv
At least one person finished it, I guess.
By the way, everyone died and was reborn as a genderbent version of themselves.
Well to clarify for OP, only Urara got genderbent. Pretty sure they were talking about boobs or something.
>Makoto Shinkai, director of the hit anime film your name., stated in a recent interview with the "Watching Japanese New Movies" announcer Shinsuke Kasai that he's a bit worried about what the film's success means for him as a creator.
>"The box office revenue exceeding 10 billion yen (US$98 million) is honestly frightening," Shinkai said. "This box office revenue is not exactly proportional to my own ability...I don't have "10 billion yen" worth of merit. I fear the assessment of my merit [based on the film's earnings] is becoming a bit unbalanced."
>Shinkai admitted his bewilderment that the film became such a huge hit, and expressed his humility in the rest of the brief interview.
>When asked if the film is a work he has confidence in, he replied that, "This time without considering anything, I thought I would probably get feedback that it was enjoyable; that's the kind of self-confidence I had."
I don't blame him. Shinkai was a known name but not 'this' known