This is a Japanese Stig.
It will hurt very badly.
No, the new Top Gear has DIVERSITY. I'm mainly concerned about that ginger cunt though.
The Amazon show is James, Jezza, and Hammond again.
this is chaika
I never sexualized The Stig until I read Bakuon
>missing out on the time where /a/ is actually more likely to have fun and create OCs
They have to craft an entirely new/different gimmick for the Amazon show. Everything regarding the Stig (his appearance, all the jokes relating to him etc) belong to the BBC. They aren't allowed to use him in any shape or form that fans recognize.
This nigga road his bike all the way from Yoshimura Pedal
The whole point of the Stig is the persona of a quiet racing driver who has no common sense about anything but driving. Who the Stig actually is underneath doesn't fucking matter. Or what, do you think they paid an actual racer to wear the suit when they were just doing silly shit like having the Stig walk around confused with taking public transport? Who they hire as the Stig never really mattered.
I can't believe I have to explain this to you. Did you even watch the show?
Because again, the rights for the Stig and WHAT IT ENTAILS belong to BBC, so it depends on how much BBC is willing to sic their lawyers. What I "honestly think" don't matter. It's what BBC's lawyers think that matter. If they think it's too similar, they have the grounds to bitch - this is what you don't seem to get.
Time becomes nonlinear for the duration of the race, making meaningful observation impossible as both outcomes occur simultaneously, only returning to normal when Stig and Takumi shake hands at the finish line.
If he takes the helmet off and says something ever he is instantly different.
I would bet 100 quid when he is introduced he will come out wearing the helmet and everything and then take it off.
>a dozen Initial D threads and a Top Gear thread on the same day
Is /o/ invading?
He was later used as a crash dummy, but still.
is that even a real question?
>Japanese Stig, what are we gonna do on the bed?
>Pink - Zonda C12.
That should be white.
I like this girl already
>Own a Honda CBR650F
This show speaks to me and has some good reaction faces to boot.
I actually want to write this, though I think I lack sufficient comedic material if Jezza, Hamster and Capt Slow will be tagging along and commenting on every scene.
>tfw I'm still having a hard time getting into cars even though I enjoyed Initial D and Top Gear
Not him but you cant down a fellow rider man.
We're all on the same road enjoying the same thing.
Besides, many shouldn't ever get on anything bigger than 600cc's, just like many people shouldn't drive cars with more than 300hp (or drive at all for that matter).
I would fuck her without removing her helmet.
I would probably consider myself a car guy and even I don't either.
All you need to know is how to drive, how a car works, what you have driven and what it's like to drive. Everything else is irrelevant and you can pick up along the way. Bench racing and arguing about stats sheets isn't what being "into" cars is about. It's about driving, enjoying the sensation of driving, wanting to get better at driving and going places.
Don't waste your energy memorizing the hamburger ring lap times of the latest production cars, instead spend it looking into your car and fixing it. Look at cars you'd like to own or drive or work on. Watch videos of people driving cars, read reviews of said cars. And most of all just get out and drive.
This is a Japanese Stig.
Nigga, if I like cars, I would have watched Fifth Gear, Top Gear US and Top Gear Straya. Top Gear UK wouldn't have had the global level success it enjoys if it was actually ABOUT cars.
>he thinks people watch Top Gear for the cars
I watch it because of all the weird shit they do.
Especially the time they went from South to North Vietnam and had to carry all kinds of shit with them on crappy bikes.
And the time they made a V8 blender.
So can we all agree?
Vietnam special > Bolivia special > Botswana special > rest
Vietnam > Patagonia >Botswana >Bolivia
Never forget H982 FKL and her brutal murder by the savage Argentines.
Tonight on Top Gear we take to the streets of Tokyo
James ends up somewhere in Akihabara
Hammond takes a tour around the city, but ends up in some café for maids
>scene of Hammond drinking tea while being stared at
Meanwhile i was stuck in one of the worst traffic jams imaginable
[muffled anger in the distance]
We had no idea where the Stig went, as he disappeared as soon as we landed
>queue to the Stig in a car playing loud eurobeat
Anime and top gear bants, sounds like a recipe for top threads of the season.
I have to watch this show now.
>>We had no idea where the Stig went, as he disappeared as soon as we landed
>>queue to the Stig in a car playing loud eurobeat
even better if he drives in an 86 on the mountain that inspired the home track of takumi
>tfw seen only Patagonia special
>tfw dicided to catch up and start watching after 10 years
>tfw they announce that Too Gear is ded
What are the chances that there will be a direct reference to Top Gear in this show?
Why do women in real life almost always drive a Ducati Monster?
Why does my car driving school who also offers motorcycle lessons have a Ducati Monster as learning vehicle?
What is it about the Ducati Monster that makes it so popular?
You could read the scanlations to find out
Oh hey I got responses.
I use a 650 because insurance is cheaper and overall price to performance jump isn't worth it. Plus I'm faster than most things on the road but can't fully open it up without the dangers of cars, people, debris, all that. A 650cc does all I need and then some for good measure.
>Started watching Top Gear from the beginning last year
>It gets canned literally the same week I get caught up
I'm so sorry everyone
"Some say that she can start her bike by staring at it, and that her bentos come hand made fresh from vending machines. All we know is she's called Stigpai"
But she's a baka
A totally AWESOME baka!
>doesn't realize only one bike "talks"
>doesn't pay attention to the absurd shit it says
>just complains about a thing without thinking about it at all
yes, dying might be a good idea
So what's wrong with Suzuki?
Do they have some kind of reputation/history to them? Is the brand even real?
Is it just a random brand that this random character just happened to look down upon?
>Is the brand even real?
nothing wrong with suzuki
its just a brand that attracts weirdos
Suzuki is an actual bike manufacturer but the anime was making fun of people that claim everything Suzuki makes is the next coming of Christ. Some of their flashier bikes can end up looking fucking awful but fanboys/fangirls will still lust over them.
wish i had a restro modded GPZ900 though
First and possibly last motorcycle I ever buy new off a showroom.
This is a Japanese motorcycle
>but zero doors.
I'll accept this.
That's an old gixer turned ATV for as little money as possible. I tried to salvage as much as I could from the local scrap yard and built this. only thing I spent money on were coil packs and one voltage regulator which was like 30 bucks in total.
Any studio willing to produce that would get all of my money.
I want to ride a bike too.
but I'm a poor neet who isn't the a motorcycle club with cute girls
I lost my shit at this part with her casually holding onto them again.
I've covered all bases, anon.
I'll teach myself to ride the bike like a champ first and since I doubt they accept otherdimensional licenses in 2D realm, I'll wait 'till I get there to take the exam and brilliantly pass it with honors so the girls in the club will be all "kakui!!" and I will brag everything was possible thanks to my loyal Suzuki.
>Can I buy the one on the right?
This is what you would get in the mail.
>getting a 200-400 cc bike
how much of a fucking pussy can you be?
rider for 10 years and all the people I meet are literally either trannies, women or children too dumb to know they'll wanna move up in a month or less who own those bikes
I wouldn't be even mad. This as close as I can get to her in this dried wasteland. I'd take it.
Nope, that's the honda CB600F
That's a ninja 500 you moron. You're beliefs are also moronic.
She's also best handholds.
>that part in the Vietnam one when they uncover the backup bike
Yeah it's an L but she still get's up and goes pretty damn well for a 30 year old bike.
It's just Photoshop, screenshots and layer masks for when something doesn't fit. Anyone can do that. Things only get fun when it's a moving stitch and you have to transform or redraw part of the image.
>Blast Bruce Springsteen
>Village coming in
You can't make this shit up.
I don't think you're even trying, faggots.
Not sure what you mean by middle part. If the top layer is aligned with the bottom layer but there's a sudden transition in brightness or a strange row of pixels like in many TV releases, I just put a layer mask on the top layer. On that mask I go with a bit soft brush along the bottom edge of the layer so it blends together with the layer underneath.
Just experiment with layer masks and find out what they do. Basically the brightness of a pixel on the layer mask determines the opacity of that pixel on the actual layer.
Hane needs to get a bike with nice boobs.
>Where's the BMW girl?
And to add, the Principal basically gave up trying to maintain her own Bike, and just throw money at the problem. She is reasonably well off now and can hire other people to give her what she wants. Pay to Win basically.
but I am, I'm directly referencing the manga
Motorcycles idiot, not fucking cars.
>What the fuck did you expect would happen in a thread dedicated to an /o/ anime?
Wrong again faggot. The show is about the girls, the bikes are completely secondary.
I don't expect you to understand, you're all /v/ tier after all.
This needs to be posted in every Bakuon Thread
Not just that, some of the girls were straight-up recycled from his futa works. I wonder if the bike companies sponsoring the anime are aware of it.
Not that guy, but are you implying /o/ isn't about motorcycles as well? Because you don't even need to browse it to know that.
Still, calm down mate. A little of that won't kill the threads, plus they're still related, even if not completely.
>Cute show about cute bikes starts airing
>tfw I had to sell my bike a month ago for tuition money
>No. It's the truth. It lures you in with promises of cool bike races, only to let you down.
What? No, this isn't about RACING, it's about BIKES. Most people who own bikes would never actually race with them, racing is a specific subset of bike riders.
>It lures you in with promises of cool bike races
>I heard there was a show about motorcycles and didn't bother doing any research or even look at the PVs so I just assumed it was racing
It's your own fault.
Well if you want we could swap referencing Onsa to the Orangutan to referencing her as Guy Martin-chan. I mean, they have the same hair do at least.
Historically speaking, I think the two brands competed against each other in races.
In the early days of motorcycle racing Honda was dominant worldwide, but I know there was a time where some master-tuner who used to work for Honda switched sides to Suzuki after being let go.
Team Suzuki ended up winning some big race, and there's probably some hatred towards the brand.
Most car owners don't race their car either. Yet shows like Initial D and Wangan Midnight exists. It would be boring if Initial D was about Takumi being a high school kid. Or if Wangan Midnight was about Akio working 3 jobs to be able to afford maintenance on his cars.
There are better shows that offers this.
Clearly. I just expected something good and different. Fuck me, right?
>Most car owners don't race their car either. Yet shows like Initial D and Wangan Midnight exists.
And that's because those shows are about racing. You are confusing motor enthusiasts with racers, they are not equivalent. The author is deliberately trying to portray a spectrum of different people who own and ride bikes, each doing so for a different reason and wanting different things out of their bikes. If you think that is boring then you don't really care about bike culture.
>I just expected something good and different. Fuck me, right?
Yes actually. Considering how the PVs, preview material, and even the OVA which was released before the show even aired had displayed what kind of show it would be, it's certainly the fault of your own expectations.
This. It's a manga made by a bike otaku who just loves bikes and futa.
People should look up what they're watching first (PVs, source material) or at least go in without expecting something specific because you're guaranteed to be let down. There's tons of manga about racing vehicles and there's tons about other shit like selling used cars. Learn to take it easy.