Extella OP is out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PO2w29PwoFk
What's Fraudrin's endgame now?
They finally gave Emilia ample screentime. Thank god. Best girl.
Why didn't she notice Subaru when Subaru took off his robe though?
You have just impregnated your ship!
Will you take responsibility?
would you a pickle
Beware of the power of TTF, the destroyer of threads! But it only happens when he gets bullied enough.
Will today be the day for them?
Nine episodes in, it's time to decide.
Mate, that's the finest piece of fanart I've ever seen.
Does /a/ like wolf girls?
Read the guide
another doll that simply doesn't look like the character she is supposed to look like.
This is your date for the night.
The irrelevance hits the OP
Now let's wait for stuff to see or translations that we will be grateful until we learn japanese.
>less facebook meme OP edition
ITT: Characters with canon huge dicks
>"Back in the 70s and 80s, animated shows were made for a much wider general public so there were many more general corporations that would sponsor general shows. But since the 1990s, animated shows became geared more towards a deeper and narrower audience, so they became increasingly subsidized by DVD and prerecorded VHS sales. Thanks to that, my shows such as Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo could have creative freedom. However, since the 2000s, there has been a sharp decline in home video sales, so it has been difficult for productions to recoup production costs. Because of that, companies have become increasingly conservative and only venture to make shows that would ensure sales such as moe titles. That has been the issue since around the millennium. Around that time, I myself had a lot of experimental or adventurous titles that I pitched and pretty much all of them went on hiatus. Basically when I tossed the pitch to companies, the first question back would be, 'so, where’s the pretty girl?'"
>this thread again
>"A lot of animation is extremely 'samey"
>anime was almost nothing but science-fiction robots and beautiful little girls, and it just gets boring after a while.
>Animation based on popular comic books and giant robots and big-eyed girls with shamefully skimpy costumes will continue to fill the screen."
>I don’t think there’s any bright future. That’s because the people who are producing it are not doing well.
>The people who make it, and the people who want it, they’re always wanting the same things. They’ve been making only similar things for the past ten years, with no sense of urgency.
>Panda Kopanda was made, well, how many years ago was it, when Japanese TV animation was at its lowest. If you look at the history of TV animation, there are many such "lowest" times. It's still at a low even now.
-Miyazaki, 1995 (Panda Kopanda was made in 1972)
> I frankly despise the truncated word "anime" because to me it only symbolizes the current desolation of our industry.
>The general theme in currently popular shows seems to be that the protagonist jumps on a giant machine he couldn’t possible have created on his own, battles the enemy in it, and then boasts about winning. I frankly hate these kind of shows.
>The hallmark of Japanese animation became works with a great deal of pretension, where vaporous and extremely deformed characters inhabited distorted and flashily colorized worlds.
-Miyazaki, 1979, talking about the 60s to early 70s
Why does Miyazaki have some sort of complex about anime?
He seems so critical of it, yet produces great works, yet still remains critical of the fact that others don't follow his "ambitious" trail that the blazes.
Does he just wish for a world that can never exist?
Weekend Waifu and Husbando Drawthread #6
Remember to relax and take it easy. Afterhours edition.
Requesting my lovely Lilly please! I'd like a sleepy bedside pic of her as shown in the reference. Anything is appreciated of course, thank you!
Also, if the drawfriend Salmon sees this, I saw your drawing of her last week in the booru and loved it, thank you!