She was to good for him.
Nah, Lum knows what's up.
Do I have to watch any of the monogatari series to understand.
Have been watching the anime but this part has got me really confused.
Is this a stepladder because it has the parts you can step on? That is kind of strange though since you also have to step on a normal ladder to climb it. What is the difference between this stepladder and a normal ladder?
>Leader of the "Generic Superpower Organization" acts all carefree and weak even though it's probably the strongest guy on the show.
When will this shitty trope die?
>Leader of the "Generic Superpower Organization" finally decides to act only when all his allies are dead and his organization is about to get destroyed
>It's a scene where the character quotes a famous book/myth/historical event to make himself look smart or to imply the author's self-awareness for his own work as a masterpiece in comparison
Why do people think like this?
Just to clarify: I don't think it's right to use allusions in any form of writing for the sake of trying to be witty, as opposed to actually establishing a thoughtful connection that the story has already accomplished by itself.
I want to marry takagi san and NTRd the MC
here i fucking thought akamatsu was going to try something new and do something interesting with the battle shonen genre but here i am 120+ chapters in with a bullshit harem manga with the most aggravatingly idiotic mc ive ever seen. ive been fucking scamed.
Is he too OP? The author has commented that he can beat anyone with a single punch so who could take him?
His character value isn't in the tense action or overcoming adversity. Look at him from the same angle you look at a loony toons character.
Personally, I thought Saitama was the least interesting part of OPM, but I can see the appeal. I don't think the gag will be funny if its taken into a new season, but who knows.
Would you play and mate with a Pig, /a/?
The manga did this scene so much better. Pig was fine, but MC had hus lines cut.
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
It's Iori's birthday. Let's celebrate best im@s
Kiritsugu objectively did nothing wrong and applied utilitarianism to the best of his ability.
The definition of utility is different for every person because they have different value systems, therefore the question "how to maximize utility" is answered differently by every person.
Kiri had a retarded value system because he neglected everything else in his life in favor of pursuing his obsession with helping others. He made stupid sacrifices because he placed one thing above all else His compulsion is unhealthy and he is probably unironically on the spectrum. Kiritsugu didn't live...
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Nozomi has ten threads up? Holy shit. She really is best girl