Anymore like this lads?
I really wish this trope was more popular.
There was this manga an anon posted once. It was about a golem who finds a human child in the forest and goes on a travel to fin the humans who disappeared. The world seems populated by beastmen
Mahoutsukai no Yome , for anyone wondering.
Monsters protecting kids is always an interesting theme.
You should look up the OP's artist in case you haven't already. The author seems to love this concept.
What are some good anime or manga that have this theme? I love seeing this stuff, but when it shows up, the pair are always side characters. I want to be a dark knight who protects his kawaii imouto.
Christ man, I've been wanting for that artist's gallery for months
Aww fuck, Kuro is some cute shit man.
i forgot about it actually.
I prefer monsters protecting children and young maidens by choice.
Reminds me of oldschool roleplaying games where badass adventurers (crazy enough to go into tombs filled with monsters and horrors to find treasure) hire torch-bearer nobodies (desperate enough to go into tombs filled with monsters and horrors because they need the money)
I can't find the comic strip i originally wanted to post. So have this instead.
>downloading the file and editing it so you post it again while the other thread is still up >>138804312
>not posting on >>>/c/
what a faggot
That thread is about something completely different?
>filename is 1458353640389
>file in other thread is http://i.4cdn.org/a/1458353640389.jpg
>so it's the same file
you must have edited it to avoid duplicate detection
>idiocy = fun
I bet you like k-on
ahahah, alright you're fucking with me i admit i fell pretty hard for the bait
>cute loli who calls a golem her father
This gives my heart a boner.
Giant blood-drinking and head-biting skeletons made from the bones of people who starved to death are kinda spooky.
Ōya no Mitsukuni took a wrong turn on Mr. Bones' Wild Ride.
And the two simians stroking their sheathed swords?
I understand this.
The only problem with there kinds of stories is that they will always inevitably end one of two ways, and the one that lives must suffer for letting themselves get so attached to someone so different.
Thanks for reminding me of this image set