Are you ready for the new Lupin series, paid by the Italian department of tourism and commerce marketing?
>paid by the Italian department of tourism and commerce marketing?
Look, we don't even have the money to substain and improve our own cultural heritage, don't get too hyped about this please.
I'm hopeful for the series, but almost hopeless about the italian fanbase that will post in these threads.
Most will write in italian, shit on the government and go off-topic, and those few ones that will write in english and talk about the series will be submerged by the shit ones.
My father works with sculptors for religious statues and the like, he travel a lot to caserta, aversa and napoli.
He has never been robbed, you have to be a dumb tourist travelling aimlessly to be robbed.
Reminds me of the joke my dad always tells me:
>Inspector investigating an art robbery
>"The thief was clearly from Napoli."
>"How do you know for certain?"
>"He took the nail aswell."
What station though? Italia 2? Boing? Cartoonito? K2?
We have Abbos, ABCD, Ali Babas, Cheese-eating surrender monkeys, China-Swedes, Ching Chongs, Darkyes, Frogs, Gooks, kikes, Guidos, rednecks, Japs, Klansmen, Krauts, Nig-nogs and others.
Are you happy now anon ?
(East Asia) American-born Chinese, Han or other Chinese (including Taiwanese) born and raised in the United States. While not always pejorative, the term implies an otherness or lack of connection to their Chinese identity and (usually) Chinese language.
It's just like my mazinger threads.
About 90% of their "news" are recycled from ANN or other sites,the only things that are worth checking on that site are the occasional italian-related news as the one that guy posted.
Jfw 900 people drowned because the government wanted to air a chinese cartoon instead of helping them.
It's the italian reddit.
Also >>124297514 >>124297528
Their only good point is having a quite well-mantained manga DB keeping track of domestic releases.
I guess it's much more interesting for the people not able to read english (which are the vast majority around here) though.
Haven't seen 'em all, but Mamo and Cagliostro are the most famous and many subsequent series reference them. Fuma Conspiracy and Farewell to Nostradamus have some of the highest-quality animation. Check out the Osamu Dezaki specials if triple-takes and postcard memories are your thing.
Has some great moments like Zenigata being very competent and cool, but the overall plot is just not all that interesting to justify the large portion of the movie where the main cast is missing.