There are still people in this world who don't know the meaning of 01123581321345589144233.
the pleasure of cumming inside
Waiting for Funimation rips to be available at horriblesubs.
Also, no point to ever come as soon as possible to discuss the show in pandothreads. The constant zombie-threads that were made is a sign to anyone that the pandofanbase doesn't really care that much about new content, so there won't be any quality discussion to be missed out.
Everyone can take their time watching other shows with a higher priority and discuss them first, and then come back later for koukaku no pandora during the late week ends.
>insert lame tired out lewd-joke about handholding and pregnancy here
from previous thread
Kind of a partially obfuscated cameo
They've finished vol 6 now. Doesn't seem like they'll have time for the whole of vol 7 (such as the Taiko no Tatsujin fight), let alone vol 8, as well as wrap up the show so I expect they'll simplify things quite a lot.
Pretty sure they will rush parts of the fight to leave room for them holding hands in the sunset.
Gotta be careful with the lesbots though. Might spring post-market accessory equipment on their girl. Cyborg-powered jackhammering and all that shit.
>windows 10 update options
>update now/udpate tonight
What happened to free will?
You must have the newest windows, daya!
Just give the damn franchise to platinum.
>Nene playing M rated games
DS decomise, daya.
The best part about roboguro is that they usually continue to kick ass even after dismemberment. Nothing like someone shrugging off mortal wounds and then beating their opponent to death with the very arm they just lost.
Doing your niece leaves me so tired.
>not having a 100YB ethernet card
>You are just a talking vibrator daya.
I love this show.
So, if I get it right, Nene wants to give an hand to Clarion?
Is Nene trying to be the Major?
I abolutely love how they completely, utterly ignored the villain and he kept droning while they were talking, another great thing was that the final battle to hack into BUER was between daya and Buer himself showing just how out of the loop the edgy fucker actually is
>this guy wants so badly to be an edgy "greater good" villain
>yuribots just ignore him
I'm going to miss this extremely cute ending
>el coronel quiere ser hardcore pero lesbianas no le dejan
2 semesters of spanish for this.
This is some Scooby Doo tier shenanigans.
Just fucking kiss already. Stop teasing me like that.
>Just fucking kiss already.
That's a job for The Superior Clarion.
My fifth leg is so confused at the moment.
>Pandora device in the front and back.
Can Clarin go off on a business trip?
Nene's Clarion is apparently Clarion 00
>It's a "to make a better world I'll first destroy it" villain
I couldn't hear him over the sound of cute girls. Nene knows what is really up when it comes to world peace.
What is she doing here?
They used the same lines that play in the second part of the OST, that's a nice touch.
This segment reminded me of Corrector Yui
>Weakening Buer's defenses
Daya did everything wrong.
I was kinda expecting her to snap at the sight of Clarin hand.
captain Altman comes to their rescue, aids Clarion and Nene fight off FEAR, then colonel Kurtz tries to last-boss them in his own metal gear but gets immediately defeated, runs away, sees Schahar, and then gets killed by a giant falling rock.
Let us see next week if Studio Gokumi and AXsiZ have something in surprise for us in this adaption of Pandora in the Crimson Shell: Ghost Urn.
Sound webm of this scene kudasai
>Clarion being all smug and proud when talking about protecting Nene in the credits
>S2 never even though it sold more that 10x Pan
Nene and stupid face goes together.
Well fuck me.Their target is really the cannon.
The interesting question is, did Uzal intend for BUER to be a weapon disguised as a boring machine, or is it really a boring machine? Takumi doesn't seem to be interested in superweapons -- since she ordered Clarion not to kill -- so if she gained control of BUER, does she actually intend to mine rare earth elements with it?
Please don't bully the dork.
He's wrong though.
In a meeting of Poseidon members after Kurtz is defeated, they remark on how he didn't even understand Buer's true value. Apparently they need it for the Appleseed Plan.
The first ones in the first weeks? People were interested in the show and watched it and thought it would be connected to the Ghost in the Shell-universe instead of only referencing it. It was also cute enough and had some typical transhumanism themes to spawn some discussion.
Then, as time went on, more and more people started to lose interest for various reasons and only came during airing days if at all, and now the threads are made by a hardcore fanbase that desperately tries to keep the threads alive over the week.
I think the anime handled this better than the manga. It's more plausible that Nene could have stumbled into the storeroom where Kurtz was holding the androids than stumbling into Kurtz's office. I miss Nene perfecting her android act by responding to Code Zero, though.
>what's his name going on about this and that while these two are just going at it on the floor
I was afraid I might get bored of this show but the last few episodes have been really wonderful.
Clarion seems to be opening up a bit too, that's nice to see, Nene being her dorky self is still quite amusing and Bunny seems to have redeemed herself a bit.
I don't want it to end.
I guess, I wouldn't know this was a good if it wasn't for this particular feeling.
>instead of only referencing it
It pretty much takes place in a more saccharine version of the same universe. Even the terminology and the input jacks for cyberbrains are the same.
And to be honest, that's the reason I enjoy the show and what drew me to it in the first place. I fucking love the whole cyborg SoL thing it has going on and the dorky cyberlesbians are just a bonus.
Haha funny, he has Buer on his back all the time
>show me your dork face
This was spooky. Best depiction of hacking by the way. Fuck boring console scrolling.
So, you guys think she kept the hand for later?
I'll take things that never happened for 500
Is this supposed to be poking fun at GitS?
I thought so.
I wonder who could be behind this
>Unlike last week, I'm fully prepared to was lesbots as early as possible today
>Unlike last week, RipFuni is taking a long time once again
Fix your player's color levels, anon.
I can't stop laughing. I love this show.
>he was just sitting there giving his bad guy monologue the whole time
Bunny a silly
What did he expect? He's trying to be a cyberpunk villain in a story about girl-meets-girl.
Nene is so cool. I wish I could be a lesbot for her.
If you two insist I guess I could act as a surrogate mother.
Is this Daya's brain?
So, what's her master evil plan? Can't be just testing lesbianosity among androids.
She knew someone was coming for BUER and wanted to project her pet. The best way to protect it was to go to ground and fake her death, since the built-in security would buy enough time to figure out a solution.
Hey beautiful terrorist. Listen here, daya. Since your Bunny girl ain't got no heart, maybe you'd like to see a real woman, daya. I bet you stay up late every night dreamin' you had a skilled engineer, da ya? I'll tell you what. Bring your pretty little self over to my dome tonight, and I'll show you some hacking skills, daya.
So we all agree on who the best girl is, right?
This is sad but also intrigues me. Wish there was a story that shows the whole process of becoming a full cyborg. Would be gore as fuck but still very interesting.
Ghost in the Shell?
Years since I watched it, so I forgot how much detail the anime showed.
Hell, considering the existence of an America Empire, Pandora seems to be a prequel to Ghost in the Shell.
Shit. So lesbot love won't save the world?
he is "THAT" mascot character that plays dumb all the time, but when it gets serious he is badass.
It fits, but the only thing that vexes me is the tone of both stories. Like I can't see the Major doing the silly shit Nene does, and there's also that asteroid.
It was actually this moment when I realized I was seeing a really unique and fascinating concept out of a truly gibsonesque cyberpunk sci-fi show tossed around casually with no further explanation needed nor offered.
I love this show.
>there is an anime airing right now that is a collaboration between the writers of GiTS and Excel Saga
>it prominently features lesbian robots
>nobody is talking about.
15 years ago this would've blown minds
It's my favorite of the year.
I loves this show and I want a robot nekomimi maido. Comon science! You can do it! I believe in you!
Why is the show about lesbian robots fingering each other the one with among the strongest romantic / character development all season? Clarion's really a different person after eleven episodes than she was at the start, and Nene fits together and makes sense rather than the initial impression of random zaniness.
The pacing has been rock solid, too. Every episode has been interesting standalone while also contributing towards the progression of the overarching narrative which transitioned to its climax in a natural way that feels satisfying.
It just occurred to me this episode that this is the final showdown and the next episode is the last, and yet it doesn't have that same feeling of "Ugh" that most adaptations give off in their abrupt conclusions.
This show is unexpectedly good. It's almost humble about how good it is.
Don't be talkin' shit about perflat, daya.
Will green idol and the camera crew ever be relevant?
For clarin, in sinful relationships one of the girls always goes through a "what is this feeling' phase or is too dense when it comes to understand her partner, which gets old pretty fast. Going through those phases for a robot makes more sense and thus becomes way more tolerable.
As for Nene, she's pretty open about it. She's a dork but she's also aware of what's she's doing and about her homosexual gay feelings. Her mother would be proud, daya. All those millions, and she turns like this...
I love how he assumes the conflict is ideological and part of some grander shadow-war when in reality it's just a pair of lesbians who've come down to make a noise complaint because his fuckups keep disrupting their city.
Yeah, I really loved the way he mistakes Nene's parroting Uzal's promise to help her buy world peace as some sort of capitalistic warcry instead of her just being a dumb dork looking for her lost catgirl prince.
Even better since she said that and then went back to molesting Clarin instead of going on some cliche diatribe about how sunshine and smiles can change everyone's hearts.
My favorite is all of his hacker-babble, not realizing that that all of the progress they're making is just Takumi doing it for him (while having no real idea he even exists) so that Uzal-senpai will notice her.
I don't see how their relationship changed at all until a couple episodes ago. Nene became 100% gay & devoted to Clarion literally the instant they first met. Where can you go from there?
This current plot seems less like progression than just some introspection to reaffirm their relationship, which had previously been completely contrived via the ownership title + the dork meme or however you mentally come to terms with Nene's aggressive Clarinsexuality.
Clarion's character has totally changed, gradually accepting and then coming to like Nene's affections. The "something I want" contrast with the first time they went shopping is a key scene.
Nene's character is the same as it was at the start, as her development has focused on showing her background and why she acts the way she does rather than falling back on "crazy anime dork personality", which is what she seemed to be going for at first.
The gradualness of Clarion wanting to protect Nene rather than doing it solely by command has been well executed. I'm not quite sure what made her change, though. Does she believe in striving for world peace or have something else in common with Nene to make her like her? Stockholm syndrome?
The future will deliver.
>DDY removing "daya/yeah" completely
>then this happens
It's like Amagi all over again.
I should start making my preparations to rewatch this already.
Does anyone else think that Bunny and Vli— should get together? They could finally take comfort in the fact someone else in the world also doesn't have their real name known by any else.
I'm late as fuck, but I just love these Excel Saga's references.
You can as long you give it power in some other way.
But still I'm pretty sure that giving them a lifetime supply of food would be way cheaper than giving them robot bodies.
Was watching the final Konosuba ep when I noticed someone familiar.
This episode man, can't wait for the final one.
This episode was great.
It's not brain sized. It's where Takumi lives. Here's another view of it.
Best episode I just love this show. Resident Evil puzzle, Motoko hatch opening, violating men's purity, useless bunny, BUER vs Daya internet battle, and villain going on about stuff when who cares girl meeting girl is in progress.
Does this idiot ever find out her girlfriend is a glorified toaster?
She's had some kind of mental breakdown from being fully cyberized. Losing all her flesh might have made her have doubts about her humanity similar to the major, but she copes with it by pretending all robots are living beings.
If Renge watched Koukaku no Pandora. What would she think of Clarion?
They already did that at the very beginning of the series to save Nene from BUER
they sing the fibonacci sequence part of the ED on loop while they all due horribly
She would probably acquire a much deeper understanding of Hotaru and Komari's "friendship"
There was also the whole "the androids told me they want to go home" thing with the Chicken Bros. Between that and her being able to access systems without a need for a console makes me believe that she does see things fundamentally differently rather than just being a robohippie ditz.
The real question is was she always that way or is it thanks to something Uzal did to her? I'm inclined to think it's the former, since both Uzal and Takumi found her "interesting" from the start and Takumi's interest in her was the whole reason she was sent to Cenacle Island in the first place.
The whole premise of her character is that she's a natural adepter whose brain is miraculously adjusted to interfacing with machines.
I'm also inclined to assume that everything electronic in this setting is broadcasting wirelessly at all times. She was able to locate Clarion while inside the base's system, despite the fact that Clarion wasn't connected to it at all.
>The whole premise of her character is that she's a natural adepter whose brain is miraculously adjusted to interfacing with machines
And I'm saying there's a difference between natural talent and doing things humans simply shouldn't be able to do.
>I'm also inclined to assume that everything electronic in this setting is broadcasting wirelessly at all times.
They are, hence the network disruptions being a huge fucking deal instead of just "oh dang, internet's out for a bit". They would also have to wirelessly connect with one another for all the Augmented Reality shit to properly function.
I wouldn't be surprised if in a strange twist of fate Clarin's the cyborg who just acts like an android to cope and Nene is a copy of the dead Nene stuck in an astroboy scenario.
I can't think of a single person alive or dead who doesn't want a catgirl robomeido.
I'm pretty sure George Washington founded America on such ideals as robot catgirls for everyone.
I think we already kind of saw that with them reciprocating Nene's kindness towards them. She seems to have a knack for nurturing ghosts.
Actually, that's probably what Uzal saw in her beyond just her adepter ability, and why she gave her Clarion to look after.
>lesbots exists and you can't be one.
Can't you just put your brain in a fembot body? Or will your brain get fried if you try to join a lesbian orgy like in GitS?