This need another season
Redemption or Justice?
I bet the drug Ruruka was betrayed with was an aphrodisiac, that's why she called it weird.
Seiko probobly stole a guy she liked with that.
Why is sword and shield so unpopular in anime?
What do the flowers mean?
ITT: Best girls who won.
I like Minna, she's not the best but she's nice.
Also predictions on the new series?
Girls und Panzer/Garupan/GuP Thread
I'm trying to think of an anime where the clearly outmatches protagonist manages to win against the villain by pure fluke.
Not like Yusuke vs Rambo. I mean complete decimation. Like the villain kills himself by accident attempting to finish off the protag.
Ring a bell?
Can Chinese animation be discussed here /a/?
This is a Chinese animated movie I recently saw. Unlike most Chinese films, it's not shit and is actually pretty damn good; it's been performing well in the box office here.
Here's some clips:
Trailer 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNj9D6amefA [Embed]
Trailer 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qz1_5IvdeRg [Embed]
First 10 minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fl3BAZTJIsQ [Embed]
5-minute long clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SA2gj7l5IMc [Embed]
MV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AglIIzxnL3U [Embed]
Waiting on BDs.
With all the delays this better be the best thing ever, but if at least A E S T H E T I C it'll be good enough.
I'm still giving Chinese films a try here and there, it's Korean stuff that I'm never touching again.
Not "the best thing ever", but it is still really good. Even if you don't speak Chinese, it's worth seeing just for A E S T H E T I C, it's goddamn gorgeous. I'd give it an 8/10.
I've never watched anything Korean besides Oldboy, what makes Korean animation so bad?
I've been having a discussion with a friend of mine about what defines an edgelord, and perhaps the only thing we've come to agree on is that Sasuke here is the definitive edgelord, with other examples including the likes of Shadow the Hedgehog (shudder) and Vegeta. However we're struggling with a couple of aspects, I would like the opinions of you learned gentlemen.
1.) How would you define an edgelord in a single statement?
2.) What word would you use to differentiate between an edgelord character (Sasuke, Wolverine, Sephiroth etc) and real-life edgelords who troll online and would typically cosplay as one of the above?
That second one is the real sticking point, the only word we have for both is 'edgelord' but they're very different things. Little help guys?
So what happened here exactly? How bad did Skeleton Knight fuck up? How come his attack didn't work against Griffith/Femto, instead seemingly being manipulated by Griffith/Femto to "open the door" to the new world? I thought Skeleton Knight had been saving up Behelits all this time for a weapon capable of harming the Godhand, but it didn't work.
Also I find it fascinating that Berserk takes place in a world geographically almost identical to ours. You can see that where our story takes place is in on a continent almost identical to Europe, with Midland being somewhere near Poland.
Is there a better WMT than Anne, /a/? I've only seen Anne, Romeo, Reimi, and Heidi.