>one of the only few series where any character from both sides could die in an episode
Sasuga /a/ with your shit taste
I thought /a/ liked it
>edgy 'mature' anime
>Basically complete shit across the board
Please educate yourself by watching true patrician anime, you 14 year old pleb
Idk what all these hipsters have such a big problem with. Its literally another shonen, and had at least noteworthy conciseness and actually wrapped up the story and good production values.
If you watch shonen/adventure/fightan stuff, it should be right up your alley. If you dont like that genre on the whole why the fuck would you watch it in the first place.
Its like if you bave a nice cheesecake and everyone has a slice and is like yeah, pretty good, but then one lactose intolerant chucklefuck shows up, has a slice and starts spewing out both sides ruining things for everyone.
>best girl this season is an old hag
This is your co-worker today.
To save humanity, we’re going to future Earth!
Guided by Trunks, Goku and co. head to the base of the resistance trying to defeat Goku Black. They have a stand-off with the people who live there!
Vegeta This Week: at his future son’s growth...
Vegeta sees the one who loves future Trunks despite the harsh conditions, and how the people around Trunks admire him. He cracks a smile...!
> Future Mai returns
> Black returns
> Present Goku/Vegeta in the future
> Vegeta proud of Future Trunks
> Debut of Super Saiyan Rosé
Next episode looks like it's going to be good
So this is a japanese NEET?
Why is she so perfect?
is there something called "just the right amount of fanservice" or is any given amount excessive by nature?
Fanservice can make a work more entertainting or have some other purpose which can prove to be justified, so I think it isn't necessarily bad. Whether it's justified or not depends on multiple factors, such as what kind of story it is, what kind of fanservice it is and how it is handled. In Teppu there is fanservice which is handled decently enough as it doesn't bring the work down and (probably) makes it more enjoyable for the majority of it's readers, but it can also be immersion-breaking at the same time as it doesn't fit that well with the tone of the manga.
Manga that made you feel the feels.
Definitely gonna cry like a little bitch when the movie comes out.
Baki Dou 122 is out in the Korean scanlations
It seems the fight is over.
Will we get Memetobe next?
fuck this manga
What could have gone better?
Why is she so perfect?
>Fish getting better as soon as Alibaba is not around
Nigga your missing the entire point of Baba.
He doesn't do your shit for you, he merely comes alongside you and goes "You know what, your pretty awesome, you can do this" then watches as you do try to do it.
HOLD THE FUCKING PHONE
You guys said she got erased and put into a coma from the whale. Did you lie or does is the whale merely pretending to be dead? What the hell is going on?
At least Subaru acknowledged her as #2 this episode.
He's cruel basically. He made REM to put on the chopping block and did his best for you to get attached to her with no flashbacks. Looking at all the Rem fags, he did a good job.
The more I rewatch Fate/Zero, the more I realize that it's written as a prequel of Heaven's Feel.
Kirei's desire to give birth to that "thing", Sakura's worms, Zouken, it's all here.
It's like Urobuchi didn't even consider Fate as a whole but wrote the plot only based on the final route.
it's mainly Fate/HF, yeah. don't tell me you just realize this, anon?