What went wrong?
it wasn't the ending
Am I the only one who likes Ram more than Rem?
Or to be more specific, more than the other girls in the show?
Re:Zero girls are shit though.
I watch it for my main man Subaru.
Can someone tell me how the hell someone's supposed to buy tickets for this damn movie? Or are tickets just not out for sale yet?
Made this looking to build a k-on folder, Yui especially. Maybe a little unconventional.
>friend shows me k-on
>laugh at him for liking it
>getting over obsession with 3d girl
>friend convinces me to give k-on another shot
>yui reminds me of her strongly
>feel sad, but in a good way
>marathon-watching on my own
slowly the emptiness that the girl whose influence I thought I would never be able to overcome, blossomed into a new love for the idealized purity and loveliness of a girl who I felt I knew intimately.
Anyone else familiar with this? Having trouble comprehending these feelings.
what does this pose mean?
what the fuck was her problem
Let's have a thread about series that never get discussed on here
What did you guys think about the shift in tone and genre that happened about halfway through Negima? It seems like the moe/fanservice stuff was rapidly phased out after the school festival arc in favor of an action/adventure type plot with the occasional crotch shot.
Apart from the ending I think the entire series was entertaining and engaging, if a little offbeat. Don't know a thing about the anime and don't care to know.
>It seems like the moe/fanservice stuff was rapidly phased out after the school festival arc in favor of an action/adventure type plot with the occasional crotch shot.
What I heard was that after the success of Love Hina, Ken Akamatsu wanted to branch out and do a shounen battle manga. However, his publish insisted that he do another harem, since Love Hina sold so well. And so, Akamatsu made the most ridiculous harem ever: 30 girls. Then, once the series was starting to get popular he converted it into what he wanted in the first place: a shounen battle manga.
I liked the balance of comedy harem hijinks and occasional combat before they went to Mars.
The festival was the most combat I wanted, and afterwards, it was more than my preference.
With combat there was little time for characters to be enjoyably entertaining, as it'd either be too bogged down in one long fight, or the typical training to power up crap that tends to slow down so many action shounen manga.
Post your role models
saw kizu a few hours ago, reaffirmed my long standing belief that he is my spirit animal
These BDs keep getting more and more ridiculous with how much shit they can get away with.
THE MAIN GIRL DID NOT AND WILL NOT GET WITH THE MAIN GUY ON THESE 4 MANGAS
>kills jojo's dog
>jojo does nothing about it
what a fucking cuck
>wow your fantasy is to get beaten up by a loli? that's seriously weird, dude
How do you even respond to that?
Dr. Myuu, I'm Red Ribbon Army
>Literal furry army
Yeah the Time Breakers suddenly don't seem as cool anymore.
Monster girls on the other hand are welcome.