If you haven't watched this in its entirety you need to get the fuck out of /a/.
Maybe you could tell us more about it, like the title, when it was made, who it's by and a synopsis, so we know what to look for, instead of just posting an unconnected image and smugly boasting about how elite you are.
/a/ is reddit tier and has less than 5% patricians who really respect old classic real animation. I know that feel bro, remember all those patrician days? It all started going downhill really fast after the fappening
i don't give a flying fuck m8, it's like 40 fucking years old, the quality is shit and it's in black and white. this could be the greatest anime ever made and i still wouldn't fucking watch it, and i never will so get the fuck over it.
fucking kill yourself autistic piece of shit
>i don't give a flying fuck m8, it's like 250 fucking years old, the quality is shit and it's fucking classical music. this could be the greatest music ever made and i still wouldn't fucking listen to it, and i never will so get the fuck over it.
>fucking kill yourself autistic piece of shit
Refusing to consume media just because of its age is just as stupid as refusing to watch new shit. Get out of /a/.
I don't know who is worse
Retards who dismiss things without even watching them
Or pretentious faggots who think consumuing more media (anime, film, music, literature, etc) makes you better than anyone else. You're just consuming stuff, you aren't creating jackshit. Get down of your high horse.
>watching innovative, historically significant, well-written Japanimation
Poor little plebeian. Keep watching your bakemonogatari or whatever shit you think is good, but please, discuss it on Reddit.
we are all consumers, we just simply consume better and more valuable things
Cartoons in 1934
Anime in 1968
>Country is directly ravaged by war
>Is under foreign political duress to be some fucking "unsinkable battle carrier" in Asia
Cut them some slack, /a/non. Nice quads though.
anime is like ramen. Ramen was not invented by japs but they turned it into a part of their culture, same goes for anime, picture related
Still, there was nowhere near as much investment in Japan's animation industry as there was in Murrica. This should be obvious. They always dominated the animation market.
Even you haven't watched this series in its entirety. Several episodes don't even exist on home video because the masters were lost.
Next time make your hispter shitposts with a series you actually know something about, you pathetic twat.
I've seen the first two episodes of the 60's Astro Boy and outside of its historical significance it's absolutely not worth sitting through today.
You're better off reading the manga, watching the 2003 series or playing Omega Factor if you're interested in the character.