Good art, horrible characters.
I've never wanted this much to see a MC and his group get wrecked. Every character's personality looks like it was decided on the fly, and their values are all over the place.
There's so much Gary Stu in this I feel like vomiting. Way to squander a potentially interesting setting.
Why does she pee like that?
because poeple like you can't accept that its a boy
>Chihaya wearing Taichi's headband
The fuck did I just watch? I don't even...
Has anyone else read this manga? What'd ya think? I think slightly prefer the movie, but still enjoyed it. Know of any other manga kinda like it?
Of course. Ichi the Killer and The World Is Mine are paired in the public consciousness in Japan, so that's what you should read next.
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well that was shit
I just finished Toradora. It was great, probably the most enjoyable romance anime I've ever seen, but best girl not winning was fucking criminal and now I feel like shit.
Kelsey is best Glitter
Does anyone think it's a bit weird that the father/god of humanity and world just gets killed off like that?
You know what else is weird? Tusk surviving the bomb explosions he tied to his chest.
What if real Tusk really did die and that final scene was just a way for him to get some ange kitty as Tusk?
That would be a good plot twist for S2.
I want more blood lusting MC.
Just watched Akira (1988), and I would like these two hours of my life back.
The first half of the movie is mind-numbing boring.
And the crazy shit that happens afterwards, that usual supernatural bullshit that most japanese media has, the feeling of having no idea what the fuck is going on... all that give me mixed feelings about the movie.
But I would like to know, does /a/ like Akira?
I like the movie, it's still the best animation Japan has ever produced, even after all these years.
i found the manga dragged horribly, made less sense than the movie, and lacked likeable characters to care about.
I think very rarely people love the story. Especially since cyberpunk has evolved as a genre in japanese media and produced lots of better works in terms of narrative and settings. But it's still a spectacle in terms of animation quality and visual design. I'd watch it just for that.
If you're not really interested in film or animation or the cyberpunk genre it would rather be a waste of time.
Is saint allowed to be this lewd?
How can I summon Jeannu?
>mfw someone tells me One Punch Man has better animation than UBW
Even a minor fight has more impressive animation than anything in OPM. The only truly impressive fights in OPM are subterreans and Saitama vs Genos. The rest of "eh"
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.