So were all these religious symbols just for show because the japs thought it looked cool? Or is there some hidden message in judaic mysticism where japanese 14 year olds fight off god created monstrosities to save the human race in the distant future?
what do traps look like when they grow up? Is there such a thing as a feminine adult man? Is he only feminine in comparison to manly men in that case? I feel bad for all the beautiful young traps.
Holy shit this was beautiful.
Thank you /a/ I felt like I needed this in my life.
Does anybody want to discuss it?
I keep hearing around here that Holo does the nasty with a giant wolf and the rest of its pack.
I want to read the light novel, but me being a vanillafag, I hesitate.
So what REALLY happened?
Holo got mud on knees after kneeling before the giant wolf and, /a/ being /a/, decided to make fun of this by being all "loldogslut"?
Some fags want to think that she just bowed and admitted defeat. They are merely delusional, as just because she is a wolf it does not mean she will act as a wolf, right? And do what wolves do when they accept defeat to a stronger one, right?
Obviously she got the giant D. Lawrence will never be able to fuck her now as her pussy is ruined.
>implying the big bad wolf D is the only D she has ever gotten in her lifetime
You also have to remember that she has been around for a hell of a long time OP it wouldn't be surprising to say that she has taken many a D in her time. A bottle of sweet apple cider would be sufficient to get in on the great wise Holo
Jesus christ man, I wasn't expecting to feel this way from a sports anime. Why aren't more sports anime of this kind of quality?
What did you think of Ping Pong, /a/?
Run. Run as fast as you can. Take your opinions with you, and never look back. They're coming. They always come. Every single time, no matter what, no matter how long it takes, they will come.
And they will shit all over your opinion.
>Why aren't more sports anime of this kind of quality?
Because most sports anime don't have Yuasa.
>What did you think of Ping Pong, /a/?
/a/ thinks it's pretentious shit, but I like it.
>Marathoned all three seasons of Symphogear last week
>Finds out it's really popular in Japan but barely known in the west
i have to say, this is one of the few cases where the west has shit taste and Japan is right
But you're wrong. Everyone has shit taste, including you, and especially Japan, and ESPECIALLY the west.
Just finished the first part. is the second one worth destroying the ending of the first? I mean it had such great closure that it feels bad to read the other part
Well /a/? are you as admirable as that little ant?
> Is the second one worth destroying the ending of the first?
No, its not.
Its like FKMT wanted to make a manga about
hobosbut wasnt confident enough to make a new character so it used Kurosawa.
Thats something you only ask yourself at the end of your life.
It's not worth it, no. But it is worth knowing that FKMT confirmed Kurosawa was a live long before the sequel ever started, so there's that.
The sequel has some high points and low points, it isn't very different from the early parts of the first manga. It just isn't nearly as impactful overall, although some of the scenes are still quite good. I particularly liked the stuff around when Kurosawa leaves the hospital, and the first few chapters are funny.
Post deep op/ed.
ITT: God tier girls stuck in shit tier shows.
I'll start with an easy one.
>Gee man, I'm so sorry you're being forced into an arranged marriage with my perfect adorable loli imouto who practically worships and is willing to do anything for you. You have such bad luck.
>Y-yeah. I'm just f-fulfilling my responsibility to my family and planet, you know. Curse my luck.
So you're walking out of the bar with your waifu when this guy slaps your ass, what do?
and it hurts is it because he's too strong or too weak?
Why did Yukimura turn his manga into a pile of shit?
>The farming arc was good.
>The farming arc was good
Here's your reply
how come no recent anime has tried to ape the art style of anime from the 80s and 90s?
there are lots of bands that try and keep dead genres alive, and there are even quite a few who insist on recording with analog equipment. there are obviously tons of pixel based games that try and look like they were made in the early 90s, and people still make black and white and silent films
but I can't think of an anime that's done the same