This show manages to make me cry even when the episodes end super happily.
Like holy shit, why do I care so much?
Hit 'em again!
Would you take this young lady home to introduce to your parents?
Why is Shaft such a based studio?
Is there anything they can't do?
>It's a Shinobu episode
>It's a Hanekawa episode
I want Ougi to put her sleeves close to my erect dick.
Then, I want her sleeves to slowly descend over my erect manhood so that I can feel her soft, pale hand stroke my dick as I ejaculate all over the insides of her sleeves.
I don't want to see her hands though.
Your honor, the defense is ready to present!
Phoenix Wright is still NOT an anime, This might create a time paradox!
Is Jaguar a furry?
How is this show so underwhelming?
It's a shame it is too.
The art style is cool.
The story and especially how it's presented is neat.
everything about it (except maybe the bizzare freakout ED) is just so utterly forgettable.
What makes me upset though, is I can't figure out why.
It should be great, but it's not.
The fuck is it missing?
Personally, I think it has to do with how it keeps jumping timelines for no reason. Its like it is trying to build up to something but there isn't nearly enough time for it. Its like every episode you are waiting for something to happen and nothing ever does.
I used to watch lots of anime. Well, maybe not to you folks, but maybe about 50 full series or so? Not even 'normalfag' shit, I got pretty deep into the 'good' more hipster anime like mononoke, mushishi, tatami galaxy, nausicaa.
I've been kind of an artistic 'pleb' you could say. But spent the past few weeks watching artsy movies instead of the typical hollywood crap and realized how movies could be art and make an artistic statement. Been reading lots of novels too. I can't think of any anime that really hit me or...
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I'll check it out
and I have to confess, I was being deliberately inflammatory, so to the mods: don't delete my shit please
I feel like the best anime are the ones which break the mold and have some kind of deconstructionist themes. Like Hunter X hunter undid many of the bored shounen tropes (funny enough the worst parts of that show I sat through were the kinds the most like stereotypical shounen) and turned them on their heads. Why isn't there more of that?
Where do you see anime in 10 years?
So this might be a weird question but what animays had a good transition into the ED?
I'm watching IBO and it has some top tier transition with action sometimes continuing into the credits and the ED coming in nicely during a good cut off point to the episode.
>that one eva ep where Shinji's cry continues into the ED
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure.
In the next movie, this little bitch is going to diiiiiiiiie....
Reminder Madoka never loved her and lied when she called her friend. She'll murder Homura and be very happy about it.
>Tsk tsk, Alemi. Nobody would forgive trash like you. You aren't sorry, you're the worst. I never loved you, so die and go to hell where demons belong.
In your opinion, what is the most iconic scene from Yosuga no Sora?
Shizuku should have fucking won. Fucking bullshit raikiri. That was the best battle too.
Stella best girl of the season.
This episode just confirmed that Rakudai >>> Asterisk.
The endless debate is settled now.
Name a single anime character that would be able to beat Rikka.
The Tyrant´s Eye is the strongest!
It´s a "Romantic Comedy" for a reason, anon.
What's your favorite piece of clothing you like seeing on anime girls?