Lets talk about weird localization changes.
Has there ever been a manga/anime that had its story significantly altered for the sake of a clumsy localization?
I remember an american localization that took three separate animes, cut episodes together and altered names and stuff to make it seem like it was just one very long show. I think it was about space and fighting evil aliens or something like that? Anyone know what I'm talking about?
There are people who actually think stain was wrong
First for Hunter x Hunter is a better manga than Bokutrash
Why can't Japan go back to space opera and sci-fi? These cheap Dragon Quest-lite fantasy settings are all the exact same garbage.
Have you seen this man?
Haruhi isn't dead!
Leviathan is the good guy?
Shizuku a shit
Our dancing boy deserves pure princess
That's it, I'm going home.
Is this implying Tsujikaze's older brother crushed his balls?
where is it?
Guys, I'm so happy.
Well how about that. Congrats on your favorite show getting a remake.
Does anyone have that
>I can't even find the words God damn
panel when Stain and the rest kill off Tomura's Nomus?
Why is anime called "anime" and manga called "manga"? Why can't they just be called Japanese cartoons and comics? What makes them so special that they get to have a special nomenclature? I'm just genuinely curious.
why are cartoons called "cartoons" and comics called "comics"? Why can't they just be called American anime and manga? What makes them so special that they get to have a special nomenclature? I'm just genuinely curious.
Fans naturally want to distance themselves from the word "cartoon" and its childlike image in the west. Same with "comic book".
It's ineffective, since outsiders see anime and manga as childlike too, but that's how the fans justify it.
>tfw never want to rewatch my favorite shows in case I might end up disliking them
I've rewatched shows that I ended up not liking as much because of my tastes changing with age. You don't have anything to worry about. Even though I wouldn't like them now - it didn't change my memory of liking them before. They are sort of separate.
What did he actually mean by this?
Is it Emiya saying that he was right to choose this path even though he regrets it? Or is it Archer saying that Emiya should have offed himself? Or is it Emiya saying that "I" (refering to Archer) was right and he should have killer himself?