Hiiiiiiiii everyone! So Paula bought me this cool new thing called a laptop, I'm still getting the hang of it, sorry if I'm bad at it!
I'm going to show this to Ciel and Sebastian tomorrow when I visit them, I bet they'll think it's so cool, I really want to make Ciel happy! I think he's been mad since I got kidnapped by that dollmaker, Drocell. I hope he isn't on here!
So do you guys have any questions for me?? Or anything you want to tell me?
I think it's because my love, Ciel, has a much more interesting life than I do! Sure I've had weird things happen to me, but he's much more suited for the main role. And I'm happy for him, I love him to death, he's so cuuuuuute!
She did nothing wrong.
You wouldn't love a tall girl would you?
I have a fetish for both super short and super tall girls.
What was this character's endgame goal?
So she let herself be raped/killed because no incest route? Was this Urobuchi's idea?
Do you think that manga series suffer from their indefinite length?
Usually, when a book or scenario for movie/game/original anime is written, the length of the story can be more or less precisely estimated. The boundaries of story are known, so entire composition, pacing, subplots, characters can be planned pretty much form the beginning.
Manga however have no well defined boundaries. When you start reading manga, you don't know if there's supposed to be a conclusion in 20, 40, 100 or 200 chapters. And since neither writer nor publisher is interested in ending profitable series, typical manga continues until it gets axed or the story cannot possibly be dragged anymore.
As a result we get a lot of interesting ideas that are lost in endlessly stalled plot. Romances turn into harems or bullshit dramas with dozens of rivals, battle shounens suffer form power creep, character and relationship developments are constantly halted, reverted or avoided, overabundance of side plots and filler arcs leads to bland, cliched and repetitive content, story amasses plot holes, asspulls and retcons, characters become passive and are forced to act like retards.
Of course other media have similar problem - unnecessary, money-grabbing, low-quality sequels. However even if such sequel is a complete garbage, the first good story is still intact and can act as a whole, with a proper conclusion. Manga series at the best offers only a bunch of chapters at the beginning when it was still good, but the story as a whole still sucks.
How is this even a question? Almost no story benefits from the "Let's have a solid start and just fucking wing it until we're forced to wrap it up" method of writing.
There's a reason why 90% of nip endings are absolute shit.
I want to watch MSG series but i dont know the watching order. I know there's a lot of guides in the web but I only found threads from >2011 and there are more Gundams coming out now.
If you want something good start with the original MSG series from 1979.
If you want something good but with good animation start with 0080.
If you want something 2deep4you start with Zeta.
If you are pretentious start with Turn A.
If you were raised in and sentimentally attached to the 90's start with Wing.
If you want something "cool" and with decent production values start with 00.
If you care about muh gritty war realism start with the 8th MS Team.
If you thing 80's...
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What do you think of Satellizer?
Someone fact-check me on this:
I swear Konata sings the GaoGaiGar opening in the ending karaoke at some point, but I can't find any proof it actually happened. I'm not crazy, right?
>spends 1000 episodes fucking around in feudal Japan
>doesn't change the future in any concrete way
Was this ever explained?
>tfw flat soles
Daily reminder: Mai exist since 1984.
Have you guys read that manga? Apperently it's a debut work by a 16 yo.