I wanted to get into watching these series seeing that it's quite popular with getting 3 seasons. Is it actually good /a/? I liked Ushio and Tora, is this something alike?
It's just like Urusei Yatsura and Ranma in the structure and style of comedy, this time the protagonist is a perpetually broke shinigami who gets assisted on his cases to help souls pass on to the afterlife by a ridiculously stoic regular human girl who can see spirits. Give it a try.
You join in with the 20 IP crowd.
She has a very lewd body for being in a non-lewd show.
Hope somebody enjoyed my Sakura pics!
Needs more lewd and hmanga
He didn't make new content, right?
>Any S4 confirmation yet?
The only thing confirmed is Classicaloid S2 will be replacing this next season and probably planned for 25 episodes again.
Who knows. They still haven't replaced old Funi shows which are available on CR now.
Seems like he made most of his stuff in 2016. Forgot some more.
I think 50 episode of this was enough. It's comfy and occasionally has a good laugh or two but it's the same shit every episode.
Is there anything particularly appealing about S3 or has it been just more of the same?
Jesus fucking deadpan christ. MMY SKR makes a do-M cuck like me wanna rag and rough the little cunt up.
This rumiko trying to return to Urusei Yatsura and Ranma days.
Personally, Its not as good as both of them as years of drawing Inuyasha seems to impair rumiko capability to write crazy ass hijink like the one in Urusei Yatsura and causing this series to be more "grounded".
But its still decent and if Urusei yatsura or some of Ranma crazy ass hijink turned you off and you like more grounded comedy series then this one is perfect for you.
Two episodes until we know if there's a season 4. Or do we already?
I can believe you since Takahashi series have lots of female fans. What I think makes Sakura enjoyable is how her deadpan is played with almost zero malicious intent. She's just a good-natured and pretty boring person who doesn't get fazed by anything, and how understated her reactions are to the constant lunacy swirling around her is what makes her funny.
I think part of the problem is the lack of larger stories. This season pretty much the only thing that even needed two episodes was the introduction of Rinne's mother, outside of that most stories only take one third of an episode. Ranma and UY had a larger number of longer stories in addition to quick one shots. In fact, Ranma rarely had complete one shot chapters. Most stories generally took two chapters at least.
>This rumiko trying to return to Urusei Yatsura and Ranma days.
I don't think so. It's silly to assume that making the series different and more grounded and mellow than the zay wackiness of UY or Ranma isn't intentional.
It's like a Saturday morning 6am show, It's harmless and isn't bad at all, It overuses the gags and jokes way too much but I guess that's the charm of it.
It's worth watching if you just wanna laid back show, I hope we get more but I can't see it happening.
Does the manga have no translation?
Also, is this Ichigo?
Well your intuition is correct
I'm a huge Takahashifag
I know about them stopping the scans, it was following the 2011 earthquake (holy shit it's been a long time), but I thought they also physically printed the volumes. Did they never do it?
Figures, I have multiple female friends who like her stuff even thought they're not big on anime as a whole. As for me, I've been an undying fan ever since I watched Lum and Ranma when I was a wee lad. I'll only stop following Takahashi once she dies or I do.
Was it rape
Post yfw "I'm two years younger
than your mother."
Yes, also the guy who changes genders is a boxer as a male and a nun as a female while the girl is a poor shinigami from an alien planet and she needs to eat mermaid meat to survive.