ITT: we post good anime/manga dads
>tfw Kiritsugu will never choke you while believing that by doing so, he is saving the world
>tfw Kiritsugu will never force his ideals to you, turning you into a soulless puppet and eventually a counter guardian
What was her name again?
spin off when?
>clearly nothing happens
except Saiyans being a private police force bringing galactic criminals to justice
>mfw the Earth-2 episode of Flash tonight was the raddest shit
It wouldn't be the same because U6 uses different characters rather than alternate versions of existing ones.
How much does she make a month?
/a/ will always be shit because no one starts threads about dope animes
Little late, aren't you Americans? Who still hasn't seen the best Ghibli film?
OP if you call something "the best Ghibli film" then it'll spark a fucking shitstorm. a lot of people here have a favorite Ghibli film and there are many different Ghibli films which means this thread will be a war of blood and gore and guts and bones and shit flinging.
this might be MY favorite Ghibli film though, but I'm not sure. It's definitely very good and I loved it, but I loved Gauche the Cellist and Chie the Brat more.
Horus/Hols/whatever is hugely flawed though, I guess worth a 6/10. Really great fight scenes but the character...
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I will post this everyday until we get season 3 or LN 12.
I will post this everyday until these two fuck
What were they trying to convey?
It's shorter and thus would have made for a perfect movie length. It's also really fucking dark and depressing and managed to make me feel both sad and deeply uncomfortable with... I dunno. Fist of the North Star, shonen traditions, hell even reality itself. But it's done really well so it comes off as natural and never feels like it's saying "THIS IS SAD PLEASE CRY PLEASE FEEL BAD". There's also an undercurrent of "things could have turned out better for these guys", so under all the cynicism it's anything but misanthropic; there's still an obvious, honest hope for a better world.
Great manga, I recommend it to everyone.
>butbut the style is different, this doesn't work at all for Hokuto no Ken!
Yeah, you're right, this would work horribly with Ken's story. Too bad this is the story of Jagi's life and Hiromoto couldn't have picked a more fitting style for such a murderous, mentally ill guy that switches back and forth between crippling depression and heart-warming optimism. The art is some of the most hyper-expressive, maximalistic stuff I've ever seen and it works perfectly for a series about intense emotions.
The way they set up Jagi as a cute young boy with the typical shonen ideal of "BECOME THE STRONGEST!!!", only to slowly figure out that reality doesn't operate on an "insert effort and guts, receive victory" basis and that in-born talent exists (which, along with something else I won't spoil, drives him to become the crazy psycho he is in the 80s series) is some of the best writing I've ever seen in a short, loosely drawn, action manga; it's almost Devilman-tier brilliance.
From the get-go Jagi has nailed into his head the typical shonen idea that "if you work hard enough, you WILL be the victor"
What am I in for?
Due to autism, I'm making a lost of animu characters who are commonly associated with numbers. Help me out.
0 - Rei Ayanami, Lelouch Lamperouge
7 - Shichika
8 - Hachiman Hikigaya
9 - Cirno
11 - November 11
14 - Jyushimatsu Matsuno
20 - Twenty (Milky Holmes)
34 - Lambdadelta, Takano Miyo
89 - Hachikuji Mayoi
That's just off the top of my head. Any others you know of?
Sure, why not.
1 - Hanae Ichinose
2 - Nozomu Nikaido
3 - Shun Mitaka
4 - Mr Yotsuya
5 - Yusaku Godai
6 - Akemi Roppongi
7 - Kozue Nanao
9 - Asuna Kujo
All are characters from Maison Ikkoku. Rumiko Takahashi had some numerical theme naming going on with the characters.
Why does /a/ like femdom so much?
>confess to your waifu
>she says this
What do you do?
More Shinsengumi suffering today