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Is it Moka's time to shine yet?
Don't read the guide: buyfag.moe
Cat lap milk getting a limited recolored rerelease apparently.
I'm going to sleep but I hate when /ai/ is up and /pc/ is not.
Is this /a/'s favorite series? Every thread I go into always mentions so I assume it is.
Why didn't she just go to a deaf school instead of a normal school?
I am still salty that the ending was kinda poor.
>Casca becomes unretarded
>"No Guts, we have to save Grffith from himself!!"
How would you feel?
She's been nothing but insufferable for the past two decades. Me feeling bad about what happened to her ran it's expiration date a long time ago. Either Miura cures her or kills her, I just want her out of the way already. She could even get raped again, by one of those belly bursting trolls and I still wouldn't care.
New chapter of Helck in an hour.
What will happen to Asuta?
Ram or Rem?
When do you choose to read the manga over its adaptation? When do you do vice-versa?
There are known benefits to either choice, but is your decision fueled by what you feel like doing, or the actual research of finding which version is superior? If its all just a gamble, what are the signs of siding with one over the other?
The final song.
>Sword Art Online: Phantom Bullet manga artist Kōtarō Yamada posted on Twitter on June 9 that he will draw the Sword Art Online Project Alicization manga
Can't wait for the Korean MMO army!
On the contrary, manga adaptations can tell visually what would otherwise take many passages of text to describe, and cut out a lot of the useless fat that is in the text because the writer is just some amateur narou webnovel novice.
The Re: Monster manga for example is much more interesting because of the visual gags and the snappier pace, where the web novel is dry as fuck.
AOTY since 1988