For an anime made by a studio that is known for
cheating their way to the goalpost with as many tricks and
as little actual animation as possible this show sure has a LOT of what one could consider "unnecessary" animation (Exaggerated hand and body movements during dialogues and so on)
ITT: We post 10/10 trailers and clips from anime we like, trying to convince others to watch it
If Saitama fires a gun, are the bullet shots stronger than if fired by a regular guy?
for the few people that care the PV is up
Cabba a qt
>the anime tries to be intelligent by using big words
>anime mentions schrodingers box, nietzche, synestheia, etc
I just watched the first two episodes of this show. Does it get any better?
The idea of watching a show about 'powering mechs with your FEELINGS, MAN' doesn't really appeal to me.
Why are these even drawn.
I have never thought of how prevalent and easy to acquire contraceptives are in Japan.
(I always cry at) Staple Stable
Weekly Shonen Jump has an incredible line-up right now, and the magazine hasn't been this competitive and full of popular series since I can remember.
We have huge hits from recent years like Haikyuu, Shokugeki no Soma, My Hero and Academia.
Series that aren't huge yet, but are on their way to becoming huge sellers like Hinomaru Sumo (once it gets an anime and the proceeding boost), Straighten Up, Mononofu, Samon kun wa Summoner, and despite being truly terrible Black Clover, and Yuragi-sou no Yuuna-san.
AssClass is about to end but it's...
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Plus, we have a lot of rookie mangaka's who have a lot of potential create future series that dominate the magazine as well like; Naoya Matsumoto, Kei Monri, Toshinori Takayama, Daijiro Nonoue, and Shibata Yousaku.
Meanwhile let's look at Jump's two main competitors and what they're competing with.
Nobody really has anything to overthrow Jump's monopoly.
Weekly Shonen Magazine's has Fairy Tail, Nanatsu no Taizai, Hajime no Ippo, Diamond no Ace, Yamada and the Seven Witches, UQ Holder, Fire Brigade of Flames, and Kamisama no Iutoori Ni.
The only ones of which actually compete with Jump on a sales/popularity level right now are Fairy Tail and Nanatsu Taizai.
Weekly Shonen Sunday notable series include; Magi (which is in its final arc), Detective Conan, Dagashi Kashi, Be Blues, Tokiwa Kitareri, Hatsukoi Zombie, Psyche Matashitemo, Denpa Kyoushi, Hayate no Gotoku, and Zettai Karen Children.
Again though, neither company can really compete with Shueshia at all right now, who are in a ridiculously successful period right now.
We are in a new Golden Age of Jump.
You never know what series are going to make up the top 5.
It could any between One Piece, AssClass, Haikyuu, Shokugeki no Soma, My Hero Academia, Hinomaru Sumo, Mononofu, Samon kun Wa Summoner, Black Clover, Straighten Up!, or Ghost-Tits.
Sometimes other series that usually dwell in the middle will even surprise with a great ranking every now and then.
Just finished this. The first 24 episodes were alright, but the final truly elevated it for me.
What does /a/ think of it?
The whole 2nd half elevated it for me. I thought it was boring until shit got real.
Did not expect a drama about the love pentagon of some middle schoolers would be good. Surprisingly, upping the ante to a love heptagon improved the situation.
What does /a/ think of genre deconstruction and what are its favorites? Pic related, it deconstructs the shounen genre humorously and not by trying to be super edgy like other deconstruction like Madoka or NGE
I was told this series is about cute dancing girls and cultural exchange.
It is just that some cultures are superior to others.
This gives a whole new meaning to ´´retirement age´´
>"Not all of my body is necessarily dead..."
What did she mean by this?