This is the face of the world's unluckiest pretty girl.
You're gonna have to get past Ol' Shortsy first.
Just watched this 10/10 episode.
Why is Onpu such a best?
What an adult.
Would you trust this mysterious person to tell your fortune?
Yeah, it was pretty tragic.
How the fuck is every Na-i-sho episode so fucking good.
I'd say the episode after that is the weakest. It has a good moral but compared to the rest it's just not as hot.
Which is a double shame since this episode's so fucking good.
That's a loaded question, dude.
They're all VERY good.
Asking which one's the best would be like asking to choose which one of your children should be allowed to live.
>even likeing this little shit
Worse girl, worse Doremi.
I was like you too, I thought Onpu wasn't very good either.
But then as the show went on I noticed how unique and subtle of a character she is. She's actually wonderful.
Onpu is super shit. She is the worst girl.
The most likely I would probably end up marrying.
Best girl knows best.
Tamaki really is the best girl.
Yeah, got a lot of great directors working on it:
Absolutely. It's honestly one of the greatest anime ever made.
What I like about Onpu is that she started off as the main villain and then learned the value of having fun with friends. But she never lost that sense being jadded or a villain. She just happened to be part of the main cast. And that's rather unique.
>actually a good anime related article
That's pretty good, glad that there are people spreading the goodness of Doremi. They deserve a steak.
>They deserve a steak.
Doremi is the sexiest Ojamajo.
Do you like it for it's content and writting or because it panders to your opinion? I think the guy has a lot of interesting articles.
Hey you! I heard that you're picking on my dear girl. Don't you know she is my girl?
She made Aiko cry, that witch deserves to be burn.
I wouldn't say she's jaded towards the end of the show.
There's a clear difference between first season Onpu and last season Onpu. You're reminded of it in Dokka~n too.
Now that you've brought it up though this is another reason as to why Ojamajo's so fucking good. Characters never really lose their selves, they grow yet they also retain their personality. The most obvious example of this is definitely Tamaki-san. She's super unique in how she's handled, it's very cool.
You forget yourself! She has friends. For example...
>"Anon is finally dead, time to collect my inheritance and buy steak"
I really love it but I'm hesitant to call it "the best" because there's so many good songs in the show.
If you paid attention you'd realize the SYMBOLIC NATURE of her proposal.
Oh. Yeah, I get what you mean. This show's really good at not settling for the bare minimum of sad.
>He doesn't want to fuck Onpu-chan
I don't know shit about the dub in Spain, maybe they changed some things. But you are aright about the show not being as sad as that pictures says. Also Naisho was direct to DVD so they may not have aired it there.
It gets pretty sad. The show has been able to consistently get me to cry throughout it's collective seasons. With the exception of Dokka~n which saved all of it's sad for the end.
>"The designs are pretty so they appeal to girls, but the characters are very sexy so boys like them."
Never let this quote die, /a/nons.
Who let Oyajide get into the child entertaiment industry.
I wonder who his favorite ojamajo is.
It's a fun character-driven series. Lots of goofy faces all around too.
The highlight of the show isn't even the magic but all of the characters and getting to know them. You get to feel an attachment to Doremi's classmates and friends and it's pretty cool. It's all handled very delicately too, never focusing on obvious tragedies that've been done countless times again and again. It's a very unique show with very unique characters. The show also gets very sad which is a fun joke to make at parties. Follow the chart that was posted earlier itt.
There's, like, twenty pages of doujins on sad panda of the show too. It's very popular in japan. If you're the kinda' fellow that loves fapping to doujins of shows you know something about then this is a good show to get into.
It's the perfect middle ground in Mahou shoujo. It can be watched and enjoyed from both child and adult's perpective. It can be sad but it also has fun moments, it's comfy at times and other times it's full of adventure, there is something for everyone. Plus the characters are pretty likeable and they all are flesh out, some more than anothers but that's to be expected. Fisrt season isn't that great though, it still has some good moments but you can notice they got more liberties from season 2 onwards.
It's a must watch anime in general.
>Ojamajos are pretty fuckable.
>If you're the kinda' fellow that loves fapping to doujins of shows you know something about then this is a good show to get into.
It's because this show's a masterpiece.
>I finally get to live to see a Doremi thread outside of the archive
You should be very new or being as lucky as Doremi for that to be true.
I'm glad there are still jokes being made at the expense of Doremi.
So anything else besides Heartcatch Precure, Saint Seiya Omega, and Casshern's Sins with Umakoshi designs? His deaigns are pretty awesome ranging from cute to badass or a mix of both like in Heartcatch.
How do you feel about older doremis?
Kasumin, Mari and Gali, and Mushiking are the closest looking things. None of them are fully translated though, except S1 of M&G (but they're kids shows, so pretty easy to follow if you know some basic japanese), and the end of Kasumin is lost media as far as I know