So would /a/ listen to a podcast dedicated to talking about anime and manga?
Why does the Idol anime craze still exist in a post Perfect Blue world?
Did Japan just ignore its moral?
Seriously, though, how does it work?
Is it just me? Or does Kimi no na wa seem like a Keit-Ai ripoff
They even Stole the art /a/!
Anon, some constructive advice: No, forcing a shitty meme will not make you fit in. It will not make you less new. All you're doing is propagating cancer spread by newfags who don't know any better.
Lurk more until you realize this.
Release date for Vol. 10 is May 30th
Digital preview of the 'official' Vol. 1 TL:
An M'yano is angry. How do you calm her down
Mumei is wearing her kickass bladed flip flops again, and she's holding hands with Kajika.
This episode was pretty great.
I think we can all agree this is the greatest opening in the history of anime.
Someone had asked for this info, but the thread disappeared for whatever reason.
A shark detective named Machspeed, his sex doll Sex, and his monkey henchman Violence deal with an unusual client. Features music from independent electronic music label "Attack the Music".
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
You summoned this worthless greek hoe and now you have to pay for her debts.
I would ask her to proceed to the mana transfer ceremony as soon as possible so I can power her up.
>Large part of show's premise is that the main character has a major flaw
>The character overcomes the flaw by episode 6 and it's never mentioned again
Are there any shows where this doesn't happen?
>Character has headphones around the neck
>rich cunt with drill hair and the obnoxious "hohoho" laugh
Left or right?
YOU DARE STRIKE ME