So when's the latest chapter coming out? Isn't it the 25th of every month? Alternatively, where are the raws?
i have been reading a manga called YAKUSHOKU DISTPIARI GESELLSCHAFT BLUME, is pretty cool, the mc is cold as fuck, the waifus are not bad, cool symbols and the power is really fuck up but badass
so i was asking myself, why people dislike this manga
What is wrong with these two ahos?
>anons call this a Moth
>Harder to do personal styles
>Everything looks the same
>A lot less detail usually
>Awkward to look at
>Again, shitty animation.
Obviously costs play a factor but why do people even use this when there's already a 1000% better way to get a more polished product out?
GuP has all the tanks done in CG and it looks great, it's fluid and has more details than any animator could be arsed to draw. You simply need to know how to utilize that tool and not just outsource everything to the chinks.
I read up on Unit 731, watched a documentary about it and I'm starting to see parallels to some manga and anime. Are young(er) japanese people still trying to deal with this stuff or is it just coincidence? Things that come to mind are Made in Abyss, Shinsekai Yori, Knights of Sidonia (kinda), Gantz, basically anime or manga that depicts some kind of society or system that treats people like nothing but materials or objects to further some larger goal. Complete dehumanisation of people.
So is it just me or does this kinda seem like it's the japanese dealing with the horrors that were commited at that time? Also, if anything comes to mind that would fit the description I gave then please tell me, I'm looking for more of this kinda stuff.
the teeth girl
Has Production I.G. become the go-to studio for sports anime(Kuroko, Haikyuu, Ballroom)?
Madhouse just did that rugby anime a little while ago, they also have Diamond no Ace. MAPPA had Yuri on Ice. Kyoani has the swim team. There's that studio that's doing Dive this season and did Battery last year. Not sure if it's accurate to say that they're the "go-to" studio.
If there are merchandisers that make a lot of sporting goods, then they might feel comfortable with Production I.G as a member of that committee. It may be the producers that pick the studio rather than the studio choosing to do sports theme shows.
These relationships are important because there can also be multi-property contracts signed. For example, Production I.G might agree to work on two different sports shows back to back which a set of merchandise makers want to support. The TV station is for it because those sports makers are subsidiaries of larger clothing manufacturers that buy a lot of block air time and then assign portions of the blocks to their subsidiaries. So to us, it looks like Prod.I.G (aka PIG) has taken on three different sporting show when it really stemmed from just one contract covering the sales at the start and during the school season campaign.
Is anyone still reading this? I can't believe they're scanning this but won't even finish scanlating addicted to curry by the same author.
Why is loli fanservice so rare these days?
I remember a while back parts of /a/ were going crazy over some proposed Japanese law that might restrict how underage characters are depicted.
No idea how it turned out or if it was really a thing. You be got me wondering, now.
Is Berserk ever going to end?
It's a monthly manga, Miura is getting up there in age, and most of its iconic moments that casuals associate with the series were written before half of /a/ was even born.
what do you think about this show?
>we're already a month into the Summer anime season of 2017