True or false: Madoka wasn't relevant to anything in the long run.
It is pretty terrible.
But watch it to make your own opinion.
Those panties are too generic for a God.
Panties are as good as ass they are on. And Madoka has perfect ass.
I don't think Rebellion has ever ruined Homura to a Homufag. You'll love it. She's the MC and the movie is hers.
I want to eat out that ass. Madoka smells like strawberries in my mind. Her ass shouldn't be different.
Rebellion is good. It has a few more flaws than the series, but some people prefer the ending over (even though it's a cliffhanger/sequel bait). Others will claim Rebellion "ruined Homura's character." Those people are retarded. That being said, the "Homura did nothing wrong" meme shouldn't be taken unironically. It's controversial but it adds depth to the series in a way that makes it more appreciable.
>Others will claim Rebellion "ruined Homura's character." Those people are retarded.
Why are they retarded? Maybe complexity and characters going from good to evil and the like isn't worth how unnatural the development feels to them.
Well, the current year, 5 years from the show. People still make Madoka fanfics and doujins. Isn't that enough? You want to talk about something in future?
I was thinking more like Eva-level influences where it can be seen inspiring new shows and the like rather than just self contained fan communities specifically devoted to Madoka. A good amount of series that did well and were well liked still have fanfics and doujins, but their impact is contained.
>going from good to evil
She goes from light gray to dark gray. I'll admit that it could have been more fleshed out, but considering the circumstances, it's a very reasonable progression of her character. There could have been more substance to it, but given the explanations present, it's not difficult to understand Homura's mindset.
I don't think so at all. I for one didn't like their artsy appearance, nor their inability to interact beyond just KILLKILLKILL. It sort of ruins them as antagonists. The good part of Madoka is the characters' struggles and sorrows.
Why didn't Homura evacuated Madoka and her family and just nuked Walpurgisnacht? It would have been for the greater good.
No, Homura was the best part.
The most interesting part of the witches are looking at their imagery and symbolism and taking that as introspection into the psychology of the magical girls they once were. They're representative of their own despair.
False. Rebellion Homura is still chaste and not nearly as violent as fan depictions.
Getting a nuke ready to detonate in a month isn't exactly easy, even with time-stop. Not to mention that Kyubey would be running around the whole time trying to get Madoka to accept the contract.
I see. The question included "anything" anyway, my answer is valid only to it.
As you said, Eva inspired, affected some later shows obviously, Rahxephon for example. But is there really no show affected or inspired by Madoka? I need to think about it. Or maybe other anons can do.
Chill down, bro. Tell me where Homura touched you.
Homura wasn't evil. She wanted to try to save Madoka at any cost? Yeah. Would she sacrifice a whole city for that? I don't think so. Maybe after the 500th time she went back, if she didn't became a witch before.
Anti-ship missiles, actually-- and it was truck mounted. Nukes would be under far tighter security, and even if she got her hands on an actual device, it would be impossible to detonate without codes.
You know, there is always a plan B.
>Homura goes back in time
>go to Madoka's house
>she goes in
>take care of Sayaka
>then she grab Madoka
>she goes over to Kyouko's place
>go to Kazamino and wait for all of this to blow over
>it would be impossible to detonate without codes.
She's a magical girl. She armed the anti-ship missiles using magic(They glowed).
I'm fairly convinced she doesn't need actual codes to arm a nuke using magic.
I didn't specify when exactly. She could do this right after Sayaka turned into a witch.
>Homura goes back in time
>go to Madoka's place
>go to subway station
>they go in
>take care of Sayaka
>then she head over to Kyouko's place
>go back to Kazamino
>have a nice cup of tea and wait for all of this to blow over
reminder that Kreimheild Gretchen the big cagey dress thing is a separate witch from the split mask one; which is described as the "witch of despair" that will swallow the galaxy.
even comes with KG's familiars.
False. Madoka is still top contender for anime of the decade. It will be remembered
You're so wrong. Jesus.
Madoka is a top contender for anime of the century.
That's a funny way to spell "All existence".
I mean, yeah, I would argue that Madoka wasn't even the main character of her own anime (Homura was for sure) but she was still important. Being a secondary character and even being a plot device doesn't negate her importance.
All those who think that homura is the mc are retarded. She was co-mc with madoka for the last few episodes and that's it. Everything before that centered around madoka and the others.
She is mc of rebellion though.
Eva didn't just spawn some copies, it redefined the entire industry. It's arguable that nearly every show made since has been influenced by it. Madoka hasn't had that sort of influence.
I want to stop posting in Madoka threads.
The entire story is about Madoka. The whole point of everything is developing her character to the point where she makes her wish. The only purpose any of the other characters' stories served was how Madoka experienced them and what she took away from them.
No, you're not going to get Madoka inspired anime for one reason: What is there to take from Madoka? Other than the idealogy of how the world may work (which isn't original in itself). The thing is, a lot of people and inspiring writers are lazy and rather take ideas from Haruhi Suzumiya or SAO instead. That is why a lot of recent anime has quick to retort tsukkomi males or are isekais.
As for why don't they make anime series with serious magical girls? Honestly, a lot of the fans who are into "serious" grim stuff would rather write something like Black Bullet or Akame Ga Kill. Or fans of magical girls would rather write stuff where they don't get seriously hurt.
Madoka was a gamble. This kind of show can only be attempted once. No one is going to be fooled again.
>Or fans of magical girls would rather write stuff where they don't get seriously hurt.
No, you don't understand. We fans of mahou shoujo love the genre because it has superior characterization to anything else in anime. Having full on tragedy on top of that is naturally even better. I don't care for your Nanohas and Madokas in general because the writing in them is cardboard.
>This kind of show can only be attempted once
Yuki Yuna, though??
It drew obvious inspiration from Madoka, and in a lot of ways I feel like it did it better. (Not to shit on Madoka - it's a paragon of the genre, I just feel like YuYuYu made me care about the characters more which I really appreciate.) I also haven't read it yet but I heard Cardcaptor Sakura was darker, too.
The point is, the "grim" magical girl archetype has no problems existing well outside of Madoka. I don't think anyone cares if they're "fooled" or not.
Sakura Miki is the only person to actually have a character arc.
She had everyone feeling
Homura is still mostly the same character. All Rebellion did was push her from wanting to protect Madoka at "almost" all costs, to wanting to protect Madoka at all costs, even if she has to defy Madoka's own wishes to do it.
>I also haven't read it yet but I heard Cardcaptor Sakura was darker, too.
Contrarians keep saying this about CCS, Sailor Moon, Nanoha or literally any older Mahou Shoujo because they think any of those shows being dark discredits Madoka.
I've watched all of those, and while they can have serious themes at times, they're nothing like Madoka. Not that being dark automatically makes something good.
Hey, everyone. Why do you guys still post in Madoka threads? What have you come here for?
Kyubey is a QT! And he will save the universe with all the energy he gathered!
Destroy the incubator.
The music and artstyle that spawned form the series makes it worth
Are you ready for C90?
>Eva-level influences where it can be seen inspiring new shows
Eva "inspired" one show. ONE.
Madoka already had more copycats.
I would say it did have some relevance. We saw a few more late night magical girl shows pop up in the years since, but...
Let's just say as far as "a trend every studio jumped onboard to cash in on" Sword Art Online probably did way more damage there
>Explosion of TV shows happened before EVA.
Not entirely correct. There were shows but the real explosion happened with late night anime block which was created in 1996 with Those Who Hunt Elves in response to Eva showing there was a way to make money on shows with more risque content on TV as well as late night radio shows with seiyuu showing people who wanted that kind of content were up and willing to consume at that time..
>The title considered to be the true pioneer of late night anime is Those Who Hunt Elves (エルフを狩るモノたち Erufu o Karu Mono Tachi?) (1996) on TV Tokyo.
>At the time, following the immense success of Neon Genesis Evangelion (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン Shin Seiki Evangerion?), the number of produced anime rapidly increased. Many of those titles came to late night slots.
You have yet to see a thing, anon. There's more, don't complain when there's so few yet.
Do not listen to this liar, none of the current trips apart from Kevin have even 2 years registered on their e-peens for show.
Because Sayaka caught a cold. The blue needs a red!
I'm for (You). Of course Apple loves Kevin.
Why are you so cold?
>if she didn't became a witch before.
Whether madoka had done something or not, this would have been homu's last loop either way. It was the end of her rope.
kyouko developed through her interactions with sayaka. they got an arc together.
madoka was there to observe and learn, it's not like she had much to develop until the last episode
homura got plenty of development, it was just scattered over places and time.
well, mami got obi-wan'd. but she got the focus in TDS
really, it should be kinda hard for anyone to hate homu for what she went thru her entire life, in resume:
>orphan, kinda stupid, and with a medical condition
>the only person who cared for her in school died in front of her, forcing homu to become a MG.
>spent OVER 100 timeloops trying to save her in complete fucking vain.
>in the final loop, said person sacrifices her entire existence, NOBODY EXCEPT HOMU knows or even remembers who that person was.
>skipping wraith arc..
>captured by the incbators and powered by her doubts and fears homu creates a false dreamworld, as a part of an elaborate scheme to actually capture that girl.
>but don't worry, the girl, now a goddess decides to fight back, and brings her angelic posse with her!
>Thats excellent! if werent for the fact that the leader of ''operation:save homu'', was being a total bitch to homu, traumatizing her even more! and the worst part, SHE WAS JUST ACTING AS BITCH WITH NO REASON!
>on her lowest point homu discovers the incubators plan to capture the goddesss.
>homu's response : FUCK. THAT!!!
>the goddess finally beats the incubators and she's gonna finally take homu with her
>homu's response, after EVERYTHING she went thru:
>>FUCK. THAT. TOO!!!!!!!
if you ask me, homu has all the right to do what she did, is not right, yeah, but when you are just a pawn in a fucking game of chess between a goddess, a race of lovecraftian bunnycats, and fate itself, you just HAVE to at least try something about that.
>30+ shows per season
>50+ shows per season
Madoka saved anime.
Madoka is the single most overrated anime I've ever come across. It's the FF7 of anime as far as I'm concerned. It already is talked about very little these days, in another five years it'll be akin to Rozen Maiden in as far as how much it is discussed.
Arigatou! (Kanto accent)
ArigaTOU! (Kansai accent)
AriGAtou! (Nagoya accent)
In Kansai dialect, Ookini is also used.
Eh. Madoka does not have a meme to keep it from defunct status like Desu for RM. Though to be fair it's not truly alive as much as it is a corpse that people sometimes bring up when talking about the past.
We've seen this effect before. 2003 or so had only 20 per season. Once things become too big an industry things go to shit. You'd think more choice would be good but the quality drops off for everything.
I can never spot if these are genuine Evafags or just falseflaggers , because from experience Eva fans do tend to unironically believe that everything ever in the Anime industry is (and will be) because of Evangelion. Subversive anime or manga that tackled "mature" themes didn't exist before 1995. Everything before Eva was trash.
Poe's Law, man.
>Madoka wasn't relevant to anything in the long run.
Madoka was the big turning point for Aoi Yuuki, what made her win the seiyuu award for best lead actress that year (the youngest actress to ever win that prize, might I add) and brought her into the otaku spotlight at full force.
As Aoi is highly relevant to the anime industry even to this day you would be wrong by default.
Woah, that was easy.
Anon was talking about Mawaru Penguindrum, clearly.
>Madoka was the big turning point for Aoi Yuuki, what made her win the seiyuu award for best lead actress that year (the youngest actress to ever win that prize, might I add) and brought her into the otaku spotlight at full force.
>As Aoi is highly relevant to the anime industry even to this day you would be wrong by default.
What's wrong with people?
True AND False
Depends which girl you like more.
The visuals are fucking beautiful though.
Madoka plays the role of the princess. She's the driving force behind the plot even if she doesn't get to act a lot of the time.
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If Mami really if going to become a Goddess then I wonder how much of a movie would be dedicated to her. Surely shaft wouldn't have super powered Mami all out of a sudden, right?
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Chinese friends who you can never cut off the relationships with!
If only you and everyone had listened to QB things wouldn't have to go like this. But no, who cares about feeding the universe the energy to stave off entropy. Now everybody's doomed anyway.
Don't be so negative anon, their comeuppance is sure to come in the next project. Our saviours the incubators will do what has to be done so that everyone can have a future, or rather a future at all.
The series goes out of the way to excuse Homura's actions and ends with Madoka thanking her for everything she did. EVERYTHING. A viewer could view this as a bit of a copout, but this is the way the narrative presents kt.
Rebellion goes out it's way to excuse, balance out, or ellicit sympathy for her actions. Hell, the song at the end of the movie is pretty much Homura begging Madoka not to leave the cage she's made for her again and the visual ends with her and Madoka running off into eternity. It's certainly not Magia.
I would be completely shocked if Homura doesn't get Homudemption.
>Rebellion goes out it's way to excuse
What actions are these that Rebellion makes excuses for, and for what reasons? I can see the other two courses of action, but can't remember anything of the first one.
Also, Rebellion itself already is her redemption. This may sound strange at first glance, but Homura's failure to stand up to and quit Madoka from making the contract is presented within the film as possibly her biggest error, and outside of the film there also was Shinbo I think commenting on how the fate that Madoka took on her own shoulders was a burden that is too cruel to have a middle schooler like her to bear.
Of course, that's where Rebellion comes in and has Homura negate the outcome of her previous mistake by having her rescue Madoka from her own wish, without undoing it on its entirety even. Homura unexpectedly gets to redeem what she had come to see as her biggest failure.
I am not pretending to deduce what could happen next, but just explaining that this is something that may have taken place already.
Somehow I think she would've valued Madoka over the city. Time looping, fighting witches, and dealing with Sayaka, Kyouko, and Mami for over a decade eroded her sanity and most of her empathy.
>but Homura's failure to stand up to and quit Madoka from making the contract is presented within the film as possibly her biggest error,
What would've happened with Walpurgis night if she hadn't?
Wrecked the city like she does in most timelines? The point is, letting it end like that ultimately rendered Homura's wish and efforts all pointless, seeing as Madoka took on a fate worse than death because of it. Homura's goal had always been to protect Madoka's well being.
Timeline 1: fought Walpurgis, died
Timeline 2: fought Walpurgis, witched
Timeline 3: fought Walpurgis, mercy kill from Homu
Timeline 4: fought Walpurgis, beat it in one hit, witched, starts eating the world
RahXephon is a COMPLETELY ORIGINAL psychological mecha anime that just happens to bear a few cosmetic similarities with Evangelion. It's an allegory for the average Japanese soldier's experiences in WW2.
Evangelion meanwhile is a blatant ripoff of Mazinger Z and Gundam. Sunrise and Toei should've sued the shit out of Anno and Gainax.
Not many were shown so all one can do is speculate. On at least some of them Madoka made the contract and became Gretchen after destroying Walmart.
Also, on my stupidity I said something that goes against the original point. Homura's effort was not made pointless, it actually was in the negatives on regards of the cause she had originally set out to fight for. It was a fate worse than death after all.
Mostly true. To say it's irrelevent though would be like saying a film acclaimed by both critics and viewers is irrelevent. While not as impactful as Evangelion, Madoka will be used as a metric of quality and story telling in anime for at least the next decade. It didn't change the game, but it did show how the game is supposed to be played.
>RahXephon is a COMPLETELY ORIGINAL psychological mecha anime that just happens to bear a few cosmetic similarities with Evangelion.
If anything the environment for TV anime (not film) was quite sterile at the time Eva came out, in large part due to Japan's early nineties economical troubles. Hell, even some of gandamus airing at the time suffered, though admittedly G's poor animation quality was in part due to Wing coming soon after and also difficulties between the director and Bandai.
Her actions toward Charlotte and Sayake during the labryinth portion are excused because they're both witches. It doesn't help that Sayaka is coming off as a cryptic villain.
Homura not trusting anyone during the mystery portion is excused because there's no reason to trust anyone. No one else knows about witches and the barrier flipped its shit when her and Kyouko came to the correct conclusion.
>Of course, that's where Rebellion comes in and has Homura negate the outcome of her previous mistake by having her rescue Madoka from her own wish, without undoing it on its entirety even. Homura unexpectedly gets to redeem what she had come to see as her biggest failure.
Except she fails at it. Again. She has yet to actually succeed at anything. Madoka is all but confirmed to go back to being a concept, Homura at this point might become her enemy, and the world as far as we can tell is unstable. Homura restarted the loop again, but by not being able to cancel out Madoka's wish, she effectively is only drawing things out and forcing Madoka to relive leaving her friends and family again. We can get that from only watching Rebellion, no speculation involved.
If her wish was to protect Madoka, this is what she has set up for herself: Madoka will have to leave her friends and family again and Madoka might come to hate Homura. She'd not only lose everything again, she'd lose her best friend.
At best, Homura's protected Madoka from Kyubey, and that was more penance for telling Kyubey about Madoka in the first place.
>Madoka is all but confirmed to go back to being a concept, Homura at this point might become her enemy, and the world as far as we can tell is unstable. Homura restarted the loop again, but by not being able to cancel out Madoka's wish, she effectively is only drawing things out and forcing Madoka to relive leaving her friends and family again.
>We can get that from only watching Rebellion, no speculation involved.
If there's no speculation involved, then how come you're speculating so much?
I don't believe it will happen, but it is a distinct possibility.
>Gen: I haven't thought about how to continue it from Madoka becoming a "concept" in the end.
Come on, anon.
And in theory (at least in Homura's mind), her opposition to Madoka should keep her mortal. Homura believes she can maintain the status quo by force.
When she gives Madoka her ribbons back. Something to the effect of "Then I may be your enemy someday, but I'll continue to fight for a world where you can be happy."
>She'd not only lose everything again, she'd lose her best friend
She can't lose something she never had. Madoka always dies on the timelines they were shown together and whenever Homura restarted the timeline, Madoka knew nothing about Homura anyway. And after Madoka's wish Homura and Madoka were both alone on their own worlds stuck with nothing but the task of fighting wraiths/cleaning after magical girls everywhere. It should be undeniable that the current status quo is the closest stable situation they have been up until now, even if it obviously is not enough for them of for others.
What actions? Her beating up Bebe a little? No excuse was given at any point, only Homura's motivation behind it. Excusing it would have been saying that Homura was right in putting the poor creature under duress or something, showing the reasoning Homura had to do it is not the same as giving a excuse as if to justify her actions. Why do you think she had to fight off Mami?
Same goes for Homura prefering to do things alone and not trusting others, the reason for it has always been that she has tried to do things this way since long ago. Now about an excuse, it's not like the plot in Rebellion had Madoka later on pushing Homura on why she shouldn't go off and do things by herself, and at the climax Homura does just that as she self-styles as the devil.
>She has yet to actually succeed at anything
If she suceeded for a time at all it does count. Suppose Homura managed to defeat Walpurgis and maaged to keep Madoka from contracting. Does it not count because Madoka would inevitably die one day like the human she is? Of course not. And neverthless, the circumstances of Homura failing once again, and its timing, all depend on whatever is to happen on a new project. If it countinues from Rebellion's scenario however, then it continues from the scenario where Homura 'suceeded' in achieving a goal she had from the start, even if things actually are to go south.
I agree, but like I said, I was going no speculation.
>And in theory (at least in Homura's mind), her opposition to Madoka should keep her mortal. Homura believes she can maintain the status quo by force.
I know what she's thinking, but it's obviously going to backfire.
Listen to Drama CD1, and fill in the goddamn blanks between scenes in episode 10, moron.
That being said, Homura was depressed right from the start, and then gets PTSD piled on top of that, so yes, she is mentally ill.
>She can't lose something she never had.
Madoka becoming a concept allowed her become aware of Homura's actions. If she goes back to becoming a concept she loses her friends and family again. If it requires killing Homura, than she loses her friends and family and kills her bestfriend.
Okay, good point.
>Does it not count because Madoka would inevitably die one day like the human she is?
I'm pretty sure Homura wouldn't have a problem with Madoka dying naturally. Her goal by that point was to prevent Madoka from contractong. She's only succeeded to the extent she restarted a loop. If Madoka reunites with the LoC, which she almost did, then it once again is a failure.
>The artist witch. Her nature is vanity. Without a slightest doubt, she believes her existence is blessed. Wanting someone to see her work, she often interferes with human world. However within her barrier only exist works that you have probably seen somewhere before. To defeat this witch, just bring a well-known critic with you
was Izabel a CWC style lolcow before she was a witch?
Grief Syndrome is a fan-made sidescroller game and is actually fun.
The PSP game is some sort of dungeon crawl thing with alternate timelines. Translation never.
The Vita game is shipping + 3D action stuff. From what I've heard it's pretty mediocre.
Would Homura actually be able to have a normal healthy relationship with Madoka or is she too emotionally damaged for that?
>Madoka: martyr, major self-esteem issues, views herself as a burden, no sense of self preservation, thinks she has to carry the budern of the universe
>Homura: self-loathing, suicidal, clingy, uncompromising, thinks she has to carry the burden of the universe
No. The god-devil conflict is a metaphor for their underlying issues. They need to work though them if they want a relationship.
I just downloaded Grief Syndrome. I recommend. It's pretty good.
That attitude is what fucked over everyone anon. Just accept that the witches are a necessary evil and hope the girls come to realize it, too, so that we can have space age megucae in the far future.
>Incubator lies, not even once.
He knew Kyouko couldn't save Sayaka, but he wanted her killed off so Madoka would contract thus lying to her.
It's even better online.
They already loved one another very greatly. Rewatch the space hug scene. In the fourth movie, you could see Homura's obsession with Madoka as the fragment of memory more than before. Homura's wish to protect Madoka may be compared to the Curse of endless obsession with her. To make matters worse, Madoka can not save Homura, because she wished to be like that.
I'm still sleepy.
What’s it about?
Sorry. I'll stop the topic.
This thread is positively wonderful!
Who's the best character?
Sayaka is impossible to kill so is pretty much the easiest to play
Homura can be quite fun if you master her timestop though
They are lovers.
I don't want to get banned! You know what I want to say. Ka.... This is bait!
I have mixed feelings.
This is not /pol/ so I can not say that. Though I never go there.
As you can use either Homura or nerd Homura, which one is better?
Moemura is hard mode. You can get good damage if you set up pipe bombs and smack them around with the golf club, but it's difficult. Hommando has a much wider and more useful array of attacks.
Well, can you at least answer me on this: Would you go out with me?
Rio De Janeiro Olympic began now! What sports do Megucas like?
Yes! I love you!
I'm in heaven now!
Okay! I'll go back to sleep! I think I'll be able to have a good dream.
It was parodied this very season.
>there will never be a spin off or whatever that explains some of the backstories of the witches we've seen
silly anon, homu a best!
a man of taste!
Was someone even able to put in words how perfect she is?
My daughter, Homura
I forbid your union
words do not exist in any language that can describe hhomuhomu...
oh this is getting interesting!
But we have such an amazing wedding photo. You can't deny us this! Plus your daughter is kind of clingy.
I answer this question differently every time because it's hard to choose
Today I will say Oktavia
I don't think we even need words when we can just look at her in awe.
It's hard to beat Homulily because she got a whole movie.
which homu is best homu?
they are all best
It's the only crack ship worth something.
It's kinda cute 2bh I see it more like two great friends
Exactly. Finally someone who gets me.
Just because they are together in the picture, doesn't mean they are licking each other's pussy.
They are just friends. Really good friends.
That's pretty cute.
A lepton and a boson is pretty far from nothingness but I should understand that somehow crude baryon = matter analogy.
fatties stink of poo and should be eliminated by any means necessary
Fat people should be lined up against a wall and shot.
I agree, fatties are worse than pedophiles. When does the purge start?
Hitler wasn't a fatty because that was too much even for him.
I bet if Hitler were around today he'd go after the fat fucks instead of the Jews and he'd get worldwide support.
Because she wanted to be awesome like Mami.
I want to suck on Madoka's titties and relish the sound of dick squeaking inside of her sweet, soft, wonderful pussy.
Everybody with freckles should be chopped in half.
So you admit it you freckle faced fuck! This is why you have no friends!
45+1 as a matter of fact you big memer
Likely.. Can we talk about how Kyoko is the second strongest magical girl now
>DID MADOKA HAVE ANY INFLUENCE ON ANIME
>OH WAIT I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT AVERAGE TO HIGH LEVEL OF INFLUENCE, I'M TALKING ABOUT THE SAME LEVEL OF INFLUENCE AS A SHOW THAT CAME TO BE RIGHT AT THE MOMENT WHERE ANIME WAS ALMOST DEAD AND ANIME ECONOMY WAS AT ITS LOWEST, I'M TALKING ABOUT A SHOW THAT PANDERED TO EVERYONE IN A CONTEXT WHERE ALL THAT WAS NOTEWORTHY AT THAT TIME COULD BE COUNTED ON THE FINGERS OF ONE HAND BETWEEN 3 TMES MORE OAV WITH SHITTY STORY
Sometimes, I'm wondering if you guys aren't retards.
What song is our Kyouko dancing to?
>the only thing I want to discuss is the best way for you to kill yourself
Go for it but at the very least post pics of one of the magicals anon. You're derailing this thread and inconveniencing everybody. Were you always this rude?
You got me. This is my very first day on 4chan!
>mfw I see that title and I am wondering what song this is and I had never heard of it
>click on link
>turns out they had just forgotten the rest of the title
I'm glad you think I'm capable of creating such a successful thread. Mine usually die right away.
Silly boy. I honestly feel bad for you if that's what you think. I happen to have my own opinions on the thread and Kyoko but I hardly doubt you would care to hear such things so I won't bother wasting your time.
Good shit, lad.
You pathetic worms have no idea. It's sad, just so sad. When I lay my eyes apon these threads yet again it truly is hard for me to forgive you all. It seems you've all forgotten about the power of friendship.
I unironically liked the English dub better than the original and there is nothing you all can do about it.
I liked the Castilian one better. Nothing will top down the japanese one, though.
I'll have to give it a listen. What do you think about this?