hit the triangle near the post number of the image you want to search you monglets
I should've lowered my expectations when I was told it's "Dick Jokes: The Anime"
I still wonder what this page originally said.
Then how can I trick /a/ into posting good manga? I've read stuff that won awards, stuff that is considered 'classic', stuff ranked high on myanimelist, stuff by authors I like, etc. I know there is more good manga out there but I don't know how to find it.
Really need sauce on, Google gave me nothing
I know /a/utists sperg out when people ask for source, but I feel like thats the point of these threads, people post one page from a manga they enjoy to try and entice others to read it. So why not just put the name when posting?
It's complicated. It used to be that most people downloaded their manga, then when they extracted the images the source would automatically be in the filename. Dumb fucks would still ask for source, and those kinds of people shouldn't be welcome anywhere.
As time went by more and more people just saved their images from online readers. That stiff, don't ask for source culture remained, but it became, 'you should be able to use Google image search.'
Now it feels like people intentionally post images that don't search well or are hard to find the source of. Some of it is learned behavior, some of it is trolls, and some of it is people posting images they never found source for in other threads.
>trying to get people to read Nisekoi
I've read up to the most recent chapter and I wouldn't wish this on anyone
You could always lead by example; start your own revolutionary army.
I like psychedelic, so that's my favorite series of his.
Usually it's only when finding the source is nearly impossible (doesn't show up on anything).
Personally I don't mind giving the source if someone asks.