Who objectively had the best speeches? Protip: only one opinion is right.
Kamina inspired people to crawl out of the ground to overthrow a king
Simon finished what Kamina started and then inspired people to leave their planet to overthrow a god.
So ima have to go with Simon on this one.
What's the general consensus on Oyasumi Pun-pun?
Depressive as fuck. If you can relate to the main character, it will make realize how much life is pointless, and how utterly powerless you are to stop the tragedy happening in your life. Growing up sucks.
In incest animu do you prefer it when they address how most of the world sees it as illegal immoral or do you prefer when they pretend that everyone's fine with it?
Both, because that makes it more interactive if you actually include all the points instead of just one side. They should go with their own side in the end anyways because love trumps all or something.
What's the appeal of Jojo's Bizarre Adventures? The writing is juvenile at best.
Is there a word for when a character says or does lewd things, but they don't even know they are doing it?
Also, does Hoe-taru know she is doing these things?
She has to know what she's doing right....
I mean I know she's an air head, but sweet baby buddah in a lawn chair she can't be that dumb.
HAIL IL PALAZZO
Which will it be, /a/?
Why did the last get deleted? It's very much anime related. Is this another case of a rogue janitor?
Pasting the previous OP:
Conducting a poll for /a/'s favorite anime from the 80s- more specifically, 1980-1989
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DEADLINE: 14/01/2016 - 00:00 PST
JP anime bloggers chose their favorite 2015 anime episode.
The ones that came out on top were:
>#1 Sound! Euphonium (ep 8) -- the festival
>#2 Shirobako (ep 23) -- Shizuka's seiyuu debut
Other notable mentions were:
>Houkago no Pleiades (ep 4)
>Rolling Girls (ep 8) - the fireworks climax
>Pokemon XY (ep 67)
>Prison School (ep 11) -- Hana x Kiyoshi confrontation
>One Punch Man (ep 12)
>Kekkai Sensen (ep 5) -- the Aligura / love episode
>Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (ep 18) - Arima & imouto piano duet
>Idolm@ster CG (ep 17)
>Shirobako (ep 19) -- Aoi going down memory lane with studio boss
What went wrong?
Opinions on this, /a/?
It was pretty good.
I liked Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge too. Instead of paying off a life debt, it's about handsome men trying to make a spooky neet presentable in high society so they can keep living in their big mansion house.
I really liked how one of the easiest solutions was to just pretend every day Holloween so she'd be constantly wearing gothic dresses and playing like a nobelwoman.
> /a/ shit on japan for having shit taste
> Majority of people on this board consume haremshit or moeshit every season
Doesn't add up, explain yourselves faggots
I don't know the answer to your question but you're making best girl Kagami look bad.
Man, why isnt there an anime/manga series like this?
Why did translations of joou sama just suddenly stop?
Natsu suddenly collapses in the medical room, and Happy is crying
The cause of Natsu’s collapse is due to him using too much magic over the years (He has an anti-ethernano tumor)
No doctor in Ishgar can fix this
Brandish uses her magic to shrink the tumor’s size, somewhat extinguishing the tumor’s effect (Natsu is safe now)
Brandish then goes back to Lucy
Lucy promises Aquarius that even though she doesn’t know where the key will re-appear, she will find it, before Aquarius returns to the Celestial Spirit World
Meanwhile at Hargeon town…
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