Being Oyodo is suffering
>Why am I here?
>Desk work seems to have no end
>This Britbong is annoying
>My TTK is kuso
>I want to go out and see if the Pacific is as blue as it has been in my dreas
Can an ass be too fat?
You and a crack team of anons have formed a trollsub group. Given that you can pick any series and money is not an issue how do you incite the most rage?
>Monitor /a/ to see which show has the most hype
>Start subbing it
>Do a great job, build up the trust of the fans
>In the last episode/in a major scene, totally alter the translation to include SJW propaganda or something else that triggers /a/'s autism
Is Mikoto tsundere?
Is that a serious question? Of course she is.
>Tsundere by day
>Terrorist by night
>hurrr anime is dying because we HAVE to pander to otaku and "the obsessive fan market" or we'll go out of business!
Evangelion, Death Note, Code Geass, Naruto, One Piece, etc... Are all shows that hit the mainstream masses and received lots of commercial success.
No matter how shitty some of these shows may be, none of them can really be considered as "generic pandering moe-blob romcom".
Fans are not the problem. Shitty studios that pussy out and don't try new things are the problem.
The problem is studios are pandering to what the most vocal faggots on 2ch want. It's like if US comic book publishers just made whatever the most obnoxious tripfags on /co/ wanted.
What made Decim think that Takashi was worthy of reincarnation in episode 1 anyway? He showed no signs of humanity, clearly hit the dart board intentionally several times, his jealousy is what got them killed and he tried to attack Machiko in the end. After episode 3 it's clear that he had the power to send them both to the void, so what the fuck made him think that Takashi wasn't a terrible person?
Don't think, just watch?
Think too much and you realize that if there is no steady creation of new souls, all souls go to the void eventually. So the bar is pointless. If there is a creation of new souls, why would you need reincarnation in the first place?
You have one chance to fuck any and only one anime character only once.
Who do you pick? Make it count.
Right or left /a/?
Darker Than Black season 2 is objectively superior to season 1 for the following empirically irrefutable reasons:
-More multidimensional character writing
-Oblique characterization of relationship dynamics between Yin and Hei, Hei and Suo, and ultimately Suo and Yin
-Badass soundtrack that was perfectly fitting of the cold Russian backdrop
-Speaking of Russia, an incredibly well-realized (due to good research) depiction of Vladivostok and various parts of Eastern Russia
-Hei being a badass despite losing his powers
-Hei overcoming his crushing isolation to understand that the world has value beyond Yin
>Thematic emphasis on the relationship between contractors and their emotions brought out in Hei's purely emotional motivations and Suo's eventual sympathy for Hei after she gains the burden of contractor powers
>Hei and Suo cooking antics
Case closed faggots, turn your memes off and go home.
Has there ever been a series where a low-ranked person makes their way to the elite ranks without having a hidden lineage and/or hybrid vigor?
>No super parents
>Practically born under shit circumstance
>Got physical prowess through training
>His armor makes him stronger, but he still has to be the one using it / taking it's negative effects.
Why is it that in anime, or maybe it's Japanese culture, do they put so much emphasis on talent? Almost everything is based on it, people flat out say they can't do something because they lack the talent (or it's because that guy isn't a "genius"). It sounds like such a shitty excuse not to do something.
Do they really think like this? Or is it just their cartoons?
Is Kurisu a virgin?
2ch, Futaba, Twitter, Niconico, nearly all anime-related communities are now engulfed by rage of fire, mostly directed to Diomedia and Tanaka
What do you think they should have done to prevent the situation like this? Let's share your ideas that could have improved the anime
>2ch, Futaba, Twitter, Niconico, nearly all anime-related communities are now engulfed by rage of fire
They're not though.
They were fucking mad as anything about episode 3 last week, that's for sure.
>this is considered "average"
It only looks decent because it's anime, try to draw a more realistic version and you get this:
A filthy boring nip.
Livewatch and discussion; about 13 hours to go for this week's not-very-funny funny story