Will this spider ever catch a break?
>You want season 2?
>Read the LNs!
Hahahahahaha White Fox btfo re:zero fags.
Anime RE:ZERO will get a OVA. In Akihabara station suddenly appeared a poster. HYPE
what sort of man is she into?
Delivery is today.
Kids these days don't know where to start. But I'll consider your suggestion. I won't posted it in every thread, besides this one is simpler than before.
Though I think it's important to list the database site, because it will be pain in the ass if anyone asked for credit every time.
name one thing Yakomaru did wrong
>cancer killing anime
moe slice of life
light novel adaptations
>chemo saving anime
slice of life drama
Why are loli imoutos the best character type?
"but she's not real?" What do you say in rebuttal to that?
Just because my hot wifu is so pretty and not real doesnt mean that it is wortht to die and stuff because i love the wiifu accross love and memes i dont know what to olove in real life so i love the wifu life
Hey /a/, what exactly is a Yu Yu Hakusho?
A shitty fucking battle shounen that gets far too much love from dumb nostalgiafags and Toonami kids. HxH and Level E from the same author are much better.
I miss Etotama.
As a young chef, a part of me wonders why a series hasn't been made that COMPLETELY focuses on the culinary industry.
It wouldn't have to be completely realistic, or like any of the schlock overdramatized Ramsey shows, just lighthearted with some heavier realistic aspects and scenarios.
Here are some ideas just off the top of my head.
>MC of the series is a lowly dishwasher in your typical restaurant, gets bossed around by cooks but watches them work on the sidelines
>Aspires to be a great chef
>Restaurant goes under, MC takes the opportunity to take his first steps in becoming a chef
>Gets taken in by an old master, with barely any staff and a restaurant about to go under
>Crazy training montages involving dunking hands into boiling water to improve heat resistance
>Crazy antics ensue to get more business
>As the series goes on, the restaurant grows and gains more staff from all ethnicities with quirky personalities
>Snobby French chef, Jamaican chef who has to restrain himself from adding Cajun spice to everything, hotheaded British chef who will tear the kitchen apart, one old guy who doesn't understand Japanese, but makes damn good food
>Series dabbles with financial problems in the industry, but still keeps that over the top charm
>Main villain is a corporate chain of restaurants that runs everyone out of business, and cares nothing about food
>Episode that entirely takes place in a secret underground food market with high end ingredients
>Episode where foreigners come to the restaurant and eat everything
>Episode where the gang looks for a traditional blacksmith to make them amazing knives
Again, on paper things like cooking may not seem all that interesting, but a lot of entertainment can come from it with a little flare.
I mean there's an anime based completely on tennis for fucks sake.
What am I supposed to do with a maid that refuses to work?
Who had it worse? Okabe or Subaru?