Young Black Jack - 12
Look who is back.
I AM JUST FEERING ARIVE
That's a wrap, boys. See you next decade when the next series comes out.
Different ED. He became the funny man.
I was wondering if I had overlooked those twins the entire time.
I know. I expected them to be some reference but I have no idea to what.
We all need to read more Tezuka.
>dem Japanese Red Army mountain massacre references
This was the best episode in the whole show by far.
... worst part is, other than the commie shit, I kinda agree with the JRA's goals. Or, at least the pro-Palestinian sentiments. Fucking Israel should give back the back they stole already.
But yeah, now I wanna read Princess Knight.
>Early in August, two defectors were lynched and their bodies buried in Inba numa marsh, Chiba Prefecture. In the winter of 1971–1972 the United Red Army was hiding in the mountains in Gunma Prefecture. They established camps and trained for military purposes. The leaders of the United Red Army encouraged their fighters to examine their weaknesses in criticism and self-criticism, and these sessions turned into lynchings. The group purged itself one by one of members deemed not sufficiently revolutionary. Many of the twelve victims died tied to posts in the open, exposed to the elements, but others were beaten to death or slaughtered with knives. The first died on 31 December and the last on 12 February. The United Red Army leaders later did not admit that they had killed, but called it death by defeatism (敗北死 Haiboku shi?). In mid-February two men escaped, and the remaining paramilitaries decided to abandon their mountain base, but the police had already closed in on them. Tsuneo Mori and Hiroko Nagata were caught, and then the others, but five militants escaped, took a woman hostage, and held out for nine days in a holiday lodge in the Asama-Sanso incident. By the end of the siege they had shot and killed two policemen and a civilian.
Never heard of that before.
Watch the movie that adapted the story. It's kinda good:
Also, if I recall correctly, one of Takotsuboya's doujins is based on it. Don't exactly remember which one though. Or... I think it was the Chuunibyou one, but I'm not sure.
Oh, and by the way, doing shit like that was really common in commie rebel forces back during the cold war. Che Guevara (who retarded "pacifists" use as an icon when they know fuck all about him, like the fact that what he wanted was to unite Latin America in order to explicitly start the third world war against the United States), for example, was a notorious executioner of deserters - to the point of executing them without trial, just because he suspected them. The surviving guerrilla soldiers that were in the cuban liberation campaigns with him say they used to call him "doctor sacamuelas" ("teeth-pulling doctor"), because he was a medicine student, was very crass in his first-aid, and because of this practice of simply removing (executing without trial) any elements he suspected of considering defection. Funny enough, he became the head of executions in the jail system of Cuba once Fidel took the throne, which is something that the anarchists that fly his portrait appear not to know, or to simply consciously ignore.
This guy spent half the episode trying to have her killed and now he cries?
I liked the show overall but the last episode was kinda meh specially with Eri and how fucking obvious.
OP was fucking glorious though.
I'll miss it on Saturday mornings for sure.
Neat. Thank you.
It's not that rare. Look Piko up
While yeah some characters you could've noticed in the episodes, some were straight up never there.
It'd be weird to have them already designed in the anime art style, unless they originally planned for more cours/OVAs
How much rape happened?
He just wanted to educate her. It's different.
>My face when this incident (not this one but the ones that this one is based on which killed a number of people) will be the reason why Robot detective will go rogue in Concrete Revolutio
Well, I mean, come on. This is by two literally whos (and yeah, the author of Ninja Slayer is still a literally who). Of course it can't be compared to a Tezuka, come on.
Pluto was only a fluke in that aspect because it's motherfucking Urasawa.
Reminder that jews did the holocaust.
Did it jump the shark?
I despise when MCs start yelling at other people over philosophical or existential shit, especially if they're just lecturing an opponent, but I'm so used to Tezuka's theatrical histrionics whenever characters get passionate that Hazama's odd outbursts don't even phase me.
Hey, it's this dude.
I love when they update the OP/ED as the show progresses
I'm gonna miss this show
I, for one, enjoyed the adventures of cripple batman.
Umi no Triton?
I only watched the anime.
>"You're going to be very upset because you'll watch something this weekend that totally disrespects the strength and intelligence of a beloved character."
I thought it was going to be the space movie, not this.
What happened to the rightful queen of /a/?
I was watching this series recently, and I noticed that there was the same note progression used everytime something shocking happened, sometimes multiple times a minute
Seriously, was the person in charge of that just not giving a shit?
It got licensed by I think Discotek but they haven't put out the DVDs yet.
So when they get around to it I'm gonna either buy it or wait for rips. Probably the former since I can't see rips happening terribly quickly.