This is your waifu today.
Take a good care of her.
What's the last show you remember that got genuinely good closure and felt like a journey that wasn't pointless?
I cried like a bitch during the last two episodes of FMAB.
I came across a Japanese blog post that went really in depth analyzing the DC chapters, but since it's absurdly long and I've only studied Japanese for a year so far, I just did a translation of the summary chart the dude made.
And here's the full blog post if you're curious: http://ch.nicovideo.jp/sasanoha-bamboo/blomaga/ar611845 There are some cool diagrams he made that you can sort of understand without Japanese.
Maybe he's the one between Maha and Zeno on the chart? Or just an older Zoldyck family member, like Zeno's Uncle, or Maha's brother?
Either way, he's either dead or old as fuck considering the ages of Netero and Linne.
Why the fuck aren't these developments spread out across the previous chapters instead of cramming all of them in less than 10 chapters?
Fuck this author to be honest, but I'd rather not drop this series after I've read 210 chapters of it.
So who do you think will win? Who do you think deserves to win? Will this series even reach 230 chapters the way the pace is going right now? Why the fuck was Tsugumi's confession so shitty?
>Why the fuck aren't these developments spread out across the previous chapters instead of cramming all of them in less than 10 chapters?
Because it's ending, or better said it's forced to end.
Tsugumi confessed, Ruri realizes her feelings, and the first chapter to the confession arc started. All this happened in 5 fucking chapters, how is that not "forced to end"?
Is she autistic?
>problems with relationship boundaries, lack of trust, social isolation, difficulty perceiving and responding to other's emotional states, and lack of empathy
>poor affect regulation, difficulty identifying and expressing emotions and internal states, and difficulties communicating needs, wants, and wishes
Developmental Trauma Disorder
When are we going to get some new (good) anime about adventuring? I just want to indulge myself in a new anime series about adventures and fighting big bads and lovable characters, that also doesn't end after 13 episodes.
Why did they kill all the good characters?
Fate/Stay Night has survived the decade, not bad progress for a visual novel released in 2004 by a then novice company. In its path lay innumerable spinoff games, novels, manga, and anime, a sequel and prequel, three anime series of the “canonical” universe, and two animated feature films. Is there anything left to milk?
I just watched Millenium Actress and was curious to know what /a/ thought about it.
Best Kon film personally
I also think it's his best film.
I got into his movies in order for the sake of Paprika, but Paprika is just lackluster compared to the rest of his movies, especially Millenium Actress.
It just felt so genuine
I agree anon, I enjoyed all of his work, though I think Paranoia Agent may actually be his weakest.
Hey fellas! I just wanna read Shōnan Jun'ai Gumi but there's some missing chapters. Any of you knowns where can I find them? It could be in spanish, italian, french or german too
So for those of you that have seen Kizu Part 1, was it worth the wait?
So Asterisk War is getting a second season
How does that make you feel, /a/?
They gave a second cour to the wrong generic magic battle harem LN.
Actual non-bash OP thread.
Gomu Gomu no Daze
Let's start with a gamble.
Aside from law and weevil, which warlord is gonna show up next in the main story and why?
It's both interesting and sad that usopp hasn't had an actual sniper duel before, someone that matches his accuracy, timing and craftiness.
I know that van Auger is gonna be his rival, but that's nearing endgame.
There was a filler in loguetown that adressed his accuracy in a duel though.
ITT: Edge done right.