In your opinion, is Madoka Kaname attractive? Why? Why not?
Most 14 year olds are pretty naive about the really bad shit out there. Her situation was like a 14 year old being dumped into the heart of the Syrian Civil War one day and being forced to fight in it.
Yes, but it's definitely a cute and not at all a sexy. I'd wreck Madokami's asshole for sure though.
Memories of You drama CD. Except it's mainly Madoka being insecure and opening up to Homura.
I didn't say I agreed with either side. I just pointed out the two competing schools of thought. I personally like her fall to darkness as the final result of love turned to obsession. Someone so devoted they'd become a literal devil to save the one they care about.
I thought the explanation of her fall to darkness was valid, objectively speaking everything is done right in that movie except QB's explaining the plot for 5 minutes and that Rebellion is a movie you watch before watching the next movie and the next movie hasn't even announced yet, so you end up blue balled and hungry for more (and the wraith arc didn't calm my itch for more madoka)
Episode 10 showed how she went from her moefied original appearance into the dark, somber and serious version that we mostly saw. The movie is her fall to becoming a literal devil and rewriting the universe. So the argument can be made that she fell twice, though that depends if her shift from her original timeline to her later form is a fall or not.
I guess it does count as a fall, in episode 11 she explains how with every loop, she distances herself from Madoka more and more and in episode 12 that the loops made everything worst (originally Madoka dies a hero after defeating Walpurgis to: Sayaka getting envolved and dying, Kyoko and Mami dying and Madoka becoming a witch that destroys the world.
All of that because Homura couldn't let go.
She is. Cute and innocent, plus, self sacrificing for the sake of others.
Still, if I had to choose, Mami all the way.
She is cute.
She can be sexy if she tries.
I love her butt.
>mfw there are people who actually believe this
I want witch Madoka to absorb me into her perfect world.
I think its gonna happen, merchandising of Madoka is released almost every month, what worries me is that the director or writer or any key person dies before its completed (or at least their part)
Also the series ends nicely, except for the post credit scene (Homura fighting wraiths) and it annoys me because that scene and the wraith arc show us that Madoka can talk to Homura (for brief moments though) and lend her power (wraith arc) , with all of that: It seems kinda hard to believe that Homura's love would turn in such a way, I like more the idea that Homura and Madoka are completely incommunicated before rebellion.
>Everyone is happy
>Nobody is dead
>Love conquers all
>He believes all of this
I sure hope so. About Homura's change, I think that, altought it might be unrelatable, it still makes sense.
Trying to protect or save something where you would go out of your way to do is understandable.
I want to gently spank Madoka's butt.
Just finished it, what the flying fuck was that ending???
So you're telling me that Homura's quest was fucking pointless because in the very end she just couldn't save Madoka no matter how hard she tried? and in the end nobody remembered Madoka??? what the fuck??
I need an explanation on the ending because it makes barely any sense to me, i get that Madoka wanted to free the witches from their curse, but she couldnt she have wished something like: "i wish this witch was dead!"? What was the point of giving up your entire existance?
>Just finished it, what the flying fuck was that ending??
A bitter sweet ending and a cue to watch it's sequel: Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion
>So you're telling me that Homura's quest was fucking pointless because in the very end she just couldn't save Madoka no matter how hard she tried? and in the end nobody remembered Madoka??? what the fuck??
Homura's quest was doomed from the start, every time she went back, things only got worst (Madoka defeats Walpurigs and doesn't turn into a witch in the first timeline) but not everything is doomed, in the after credits scene you can see Madoka talking to Homura, encouraging her to fight the wraiths (those weird creatures with rectangles in their faces).
Her quest only happened because she couldn't let go, but who can blame her? she lost the only person who ever understood her in front of her and didn't know what she was getting herself into.
About Madoka being forgotten, she took all the grief of all the magical girls (that's how she saves them) and that turned her into a witch, but because her wish was to remove the witches, her wish removed her from existence and send her into a new plain of existence (AKA turned her into a god).
>i get that Madoka wanted to free the witches from their curse, but she couldnt she have wished something like: "i wish this witch was dead!"? What was the point of giving up your entire existence?
In Madoka's world, everything works in a cero sum rule, if you wished anything you eventually pay for it, when Madoka wishes for power to destroy Walpurgis she pays by turning into the most powerful witch ever, so in her wish (getting rid of all the witches and respect the wishes of the magical girls) she pays with her existence, if she had wished for Walpurgis to die, she would eventually have to pay the price of her wish.
Homura did everything wrong and there is only one appropriate punishment
So can someone explain to me what the fuck happened at the ending of Rebellion? Are they trapped in another witch-type labyrynth? Is it the real world that Homura re-wrote? It's like Inception, I have no idea what was real at the end and what wasn't.
There is nothing appropriate about that punishment
>pic related happens
This anon is right.
it's the only anime girl I can't bring myself to sexualize.
I don't know if Shaft failed or succeeded.