Who's daughter is she? I don't remember Hakuoro having another daughter from the first game aside from Kuon.
grown-up ver. probably by the time of Itsuwari no Kamen.
Just a random peasant's kid that they found abandoned. Then they find its parents, angel wings doesn't want to give it up since she already bonded (even shoots lightning storms at the main cast) until Hakuoro makes her see sense. Gives her a consolation D after she gives the baby back and cries about it.
Is Japan already more advanced in burgers than America? People get to choose what toppings they want and cool people just say "I'll leave the details to you bitch"? They don't have to spend $9 for one fucking burger to the Jews at Five Guys?
This implication scares me.
Of course they are. America is scrambling to catch up now.
You wouldn't like making out with her.
Are animes getting more popular or less popular in the west?
We no longer have saturday morning animes like yugioh, dragon ball or digimon, the big 3 are no longer big. I feel we lack animes that make people get into the genre.
on the other hand the internet makes "west friendly" animes like attack on titan or one punch man really popular
I also feel like the western mentality/tastes in general are becoming more and more grounded in reality and hostile towards fiction . Kid channels air more live-action shows and less cartoons, superhero movies...
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TV airing less anime means nothing considering TV is a dying media platform.
Anime is struggling to regard itself as kid friendly like DBZ etc did, but that doesn't mean a drop in popularity.
What is it about those blue shirts and yellow hats?
Whats the appeal?
Let's talk about Free!. What does /a/ think of it? Is this KyoAni's best work? Is it gay?
Who's excited for the movie?
Okay so, their wounds are connected now.
And then what?
Did I miss something? So what is this experiment all about?
What are they going to do?
I'm so thrown for a loop.
Aren't they just normal ass highschoolers?
Are they going to fight an army of Gomorins with bare fists?
I'm so lost.
Do you remember me, /a/?
Vaguely do as yet another in the "missed the mark" category. The magic system wasn't too bad and there were some decent characters, but overall it just didn't click and the adaption seemed to lose focus. I'm sure others have stronger opinions but I can't really point to any one element that was awful or anyone I disliked, yet even so I felt pretty meh about it overall. A great budget series ends up being more then the sum of its parts, this one just ended up being a collection of parts I guess.
Is the Manga worth the read if you already consumed all of the animated media?
>represents the burning passion for a battle and a powerful fire that burn everything in its pass even it's wielder
>super sayian: yellow
represents unmatchable power, ascension, absoluteness
>super sayian blue: blue
just a random form with a random color they picked for no reason
Could't they come up with something that makes even a little sense?
Being blue is the mark of perfect godhood in hindu art.
Murata is streaming! come watch him draw one punch man
Did /a/ like Qwaser?
I hope you did not OP, only animals like that shit.
>That second ep where rapist tickle purple's Breast
>That do where pink has to strip for terrorist
>That ep where pink is a super hero
>That ep where black haired guy wants to rape purple
I know that joushi has a bunch of female protagonists that has a bunch of guys fawning over her, but what I mean is the shounen equivalent.
That is to say, "misunderstandings" or lose her footing and end with a faceful of dick kind of events. I do not think I have ever seen such a thing.
What manner of world do you live in, anon?
I want someone to be the Ohta to my Tanaka.