Is next season the most Fujo season of all time?
Agreed, but it's obvious they pushing the comedy more for the anime and playing with the cast.
The age of Men is over. The time of the Fujos has come.
I'm so happy TodorokixDeku became the main fujo pairing over KacchanxDeku.
Fujo had good tastes for once.
Kacchan still good for bullying though.
I expect K and Seraph fandom to latch into this and claim it's not fujo at all.
It's fine, there's stuff besides homo in it.
Why do those two guys at the front have towels on their head?
So is like 90% of the show /a/ likes to call fujoshit. I read both manga and honestly speaking Bungou Stray dogs is just as fujo as Hero Academia, it's just battle shounen that fujos latch onto.
>an all male cast of bishies with fanservice
Anon you really should learn not to judge a series base on promotional posters, they are designed for fanservice. This girl alone is more important to Bungou's plot and more relevant than Ochako ever was. And there are other relevant females in the manga too.
Just like >>138580050 says there are relevant females in the story and they do appear in promos too just not in the spreads in fujo magazines for obvious reasons.
Nope. It just has 2-3 anime that will pander but nothing major.
And BSD it's boring. But I hope the rest who watch it, enjoy it.
In the West fandom, yes. Because fujos here are getting triggered.
In Japan though, both are equally popular.
>Yes, no one buys homo.
That's some strong denial
Attention whores are on Facebook. You don't get attention by watching anime, not to mention that most people don't even talk about it unless you notice them drawing manga shit when they're bored or something.
Never once in my entire life have I ever received or expected to receive attention for any of my hobbies. At no point has anyone ever acknowledged or been even vaguely aware of my hobbies.
That's not the case for you.
Good. No one wants your autist approval
Jesus what're you doing faggot
Do you go out of your way to look for this shit?
I wasn't talking about me. Just that most people don't brag with their hobbies unless they're some retarded teenagers or social fags that do anything that's popular at the moment. You usually live your hobbies at home in your free time an that's it. Unless you also study some of your hobbies in university or something.
Here's hoping the anime is more comedic and fun than edgy.
>I was talking about Germany
Sorry, I thought you're Japanese.
>large fujo fanbase besides Japan
South East Asia definitely (Mostly Philippines, Indo, Malay, and Singapore).
A lot of my collage female friends are Fujo who enjoy Shota, Bara, Seme , Uke, Bishonen, etc. They're quite good looking actually. I'm boy and not fudanshi, btw
Well, I think Spain also have large fanbase too.
Yeah see the bunch in his mouth, he's fetching it. He's a dog.
I don't think there's much homo but with googles the characters can be shipped. Dasai is probably the easiest to pair up considering his past relationships and current ones.
Anyone read the raws that explains a bit more of their history together?
He's a very naughty boy. At least he voiced by Kensho Ono.
Dazai? Asushi is a cuter son.
Yeah it's the same here. Couldn't confirm that landwhale stereotype either but it's the same for male anime fans or PC fags. Most of them are rather thin than fat.
I love this hair.
I think he would be quite cute as a girl.
If you like "gothic" girls.
I love when western men think they have more right to being an anime fan than Japanese women who've been consumers of and participants in the industry in some way for decades. This is not a masculine hobby and they are more relevant to the market than foreigners like us will ever be.
A boy falls in love with a boy.
Unable to confess, he is gifted by a deus ex machina with the boy's phone number. Never minding the strange area code, he immediately calls him, and is overjoyed to find out that he has a crush on him as well.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous day's confessions to the boy, he only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the boy he called is not the same boy he fell in love with. In fact, he doesn't exist in this universe at all. He is the boy's alternate universe counterpart, who has fallen in love with the MC's own AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of his crush.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of BOY'S LOVE.
Aren't there more female animefags anyway?
That's why there are tons of yaoi, BL and shoujo manga everywhere. The only thing that sells as good are the big three which are read by almost everybody, males and females - although there seem to be more female Bleach fans than males whereas it is the opposite for One Piece.
Kodakawa has money. The manga is a bestseller and it got a couple of spin-off novels. It has spilt cours confirmed for Spring and Fall.
What is that gay hair?
I had to cut it
I thought One Piece had a pretty split fanbase
Which is kinda surprising, since it doesn't really seem to have that many bishounen/fujo pandering and not many visually distinct female characters
That's basically what fujo is though
Anything with mostly dudes and a significant female fanbase is going to just be them shipping them all together (even though it literally never happens)
>or pretty much any shounen anime
>Anon you really should learn not to judge a series base on promotional posters, they are designed for fanservice. This girl alone is more important to Bungou's plot and more relevant than Ochako ever was. And there are other relevant females in the manga too.
If that's the case, where the fuck are their spreads in Megami and Nyantype?
And just because they're "relevant" doesn't mean they have similar amounts of screentime as the guys
>even though it literally never happens
Sometimes dreams do come true.
If you ask me, guys should start demanding their anime to be more girl-heavy with premises fujos like so much
An all girl-cast of Bungou Stray Dogs with the same fujo design aesthetics would be far more impressive and would likely push moe stuff beyond petty SOL stuff
Honestly I wouldn't care if they weren't so fucking obnoxious. They infest every single fandom with their gay garbage. At least ecchi stuff is mostly guy girl with the occasional yuri. Fujoshit is almost exclusively degenerate traps/gay shit.
>>this fujo is butthurt as fuck just because there's a prominent female character
>do you feel threatened? inferiority complex is a bitch huh?
Huh, I thought anon is worried the important female character WON'T get much screentime
Depends on the series. Many harems have shit girls because they're the same collection of otaku-bait features with no actual character underneath. Others like Monogatari have top tier girls that no fujobait series could ever hope to match.
They tend to be more diversive, usually. They aren't such blatant *-dere stereotypes and they are often older or more than just teeny schoolgirls. You can usually tell which girl belongs to wich dere type by just looking at the promo pic of harem series.
You would also barely ever see characters like >>138591634 there. They aren't moe enough nor do they belong to the typical big titted semi-rapists.
>Don't fix what isn't broken.
Who said anything about being broken?
It's more expanding the bishoujo scope
Let's face it, male-led shows is UBIQUITOUS since the dawn of entertainment which makes it second nature pick up the female periphery audience
The inverse is hard to come by and there aren't many subgenres to all-girl cast to exploit
SamFlam was the deconstruction of fujo
>develop a close relationship between two dudes
>tease stuff and imply implications
>but actually have one of the guys come out and say what he feels for the other dude is love
>even make him propose
>they go and live together at the end
>but they truly are just good friends
The absolute madmen
>I'm not even kidding when I saw fujos have taken over Weekly Shounen Jump
You haven't seen their polls from twenty or so years ago then, I take it.
People sure like to think that fujoshi latching onto Jump series is a new thing which certainly has never happened before.
>fujos want to see cute boys doing cute things with other cute boys
>WSJ is full of cute boys doing cute boy things like sports and fighting monsters and shit
>start buying WSJ for the boys
Ranma 1/2 should have been proof that targeted audiences for manga is a fool's paradise.
>but they truly are just good friends
>implying they didn't actually get married
No one watched Seraph for the girls.
I got this month's PASH for the Kiznaiver poster*. In a short piece talking about the different characters and terms, I found this. Keep in mind the audience of this magazine though.
>Tenga Hajime, meatheaded idiot
>Well-built and a strong fighter. He is even feared by delinquents.
>Seen here with his characteristic red hair in the shape of a rooster's crest. Despite having an aggressive exterior, the time he happened to find Katsuhira being bullied and proceeded to rescue him shows he has a compassionate side as well.
*There was also a nice interview with Koichi Yamadera, VA of Rakugo Shinju's Sukeroku and a short article about Kuroki and Sena from Active Raid
>he doesn't like cute 2d boys
You know, I'd be very happy if the "pairings" we're being shown in the CMs, assuming they're not just bait, are how the characters will end up. Katsuhira/Sonozaki and Nico/piercings guy would certainly fulfill any given hetero quota. It's a longshot and I don't see it happening, but like you said, it would be a pleasant surprise.