Ken34 wrote: »
im a car lover, so initial D is god tier status for me. if your going to watch it, you should definitely start from the beginning. im pretty sure you already know, but the animation is not the best, but i never let that turn me away from a good anime.
reh wrote: »
But why was @Preppy using your avatar? Don't share the loli dragon.
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R.P.D rookie wrote: »
Man, Kingdom right now is great. I mean it's always been great but my man Ousen has turned this shit up to an 11! Motherfucker lays a map out on the ground when they're outnumbered 2 to 1 and politely asks for some time to make a new strategy while his men fight around him. Great scene with enemy soldiers being slaughtered and there's Ousen with his arms crossed staring at a map calmly. Riboku talked all that shit when he went to Qin talking about "Who will you send after me? Kanki? Ousen? I already know how to deal with them." Now everytime they show Riboku, he's got the "Oh Shit" face when he gets battlefield updates now that Supreme Commander Ousen is doing shit even he didn't know was strategically possible. Even Kanki is caught off guard by these strats.
I know everyone loves Aizen from Bleach but man if you guys love Aizen I know you'd get a kick out of Ousen. If you've never read this manga, please start ASAP. Been reading it for a few years now and it hasn't had a dry spell through the volumes like others have.
Manx wrote: »
Black people deserve everything they get, cause those fuckers sound about as dumb as them logs they were fighting with.
( •_•) IT'S NOT RAPE,
IT'S SURPRISE SEX! (⌐■_■)
"Orgasm is a simile for the emotional epiphany a woman has when the shame of penetration is eclipsed by the inherent virtue of servicing a man." ~ Kromo.
Hecatom wrote: »
I read that Keijo anime sold poorly on japan and they canceled the manga because of that...
beesuit wrote: »
The manga ending is real. The authour apologizing and shit is probably fake.
Apparently the manga's been having ratings and sales issue for a while now (it's always been at the back of the magazine). They were probably banking on the anime to get a boost in interest, but the anime selling like shit proved otherwise. I'm chalking this down to a lack of nudity, even if the fanservice was creatively a step above the generic highschool shovelware. To be honest, the authour out of all people would've been one of the first to see the writing on the wall for his series. It'd be shortsighted if he didn't have an ending plan already in the works for such a case. That's not to say the chances of a S2 didn't just get that much slimmer, it has. There's nothing left to advertise and S1 doesn't have much legs to stand on sales wise either. But if stuff like Hellsing managed a series of followup OVA thanks to popularity outside of Japan, then I'm gonna say this has a chance too. If there's enough foreign noise (which there has been plenty of on the internet), then the chances aren't entirely zero. Maybe I'm just being overly optimistic though, who knows. Either way 18 volumes since 2013 ain't so bad of a run, and if anything I feel like Keijo actually contributed a lot more to the medium than it's sales number actually represented. I don't think many series will be able to replicate the same masterful combination of action and fanservice as well as Keijo did.
Spirit Juice wrote: »
Nyaa torrents is back as nyaa.si
StockyJam wrote: »
anyone know when exactly season 2 of one punch man starts?
StockyJam wrote: »
anyone know of sites other than crunchyroll or hulu where i can watch a good assortment of anime?
angelpalm wrote: »
Even though she is worst girl-
You can't ask for well-thought-out changes off day 1, week 1, or mostly even month 1 play...and that's when the game is out and everyone's in the lab.-Mike_ZIf there's anything we do best, it's breaking games and then making everyone suffer with all the cheapness.-PersiaXO
angelpalm wrote: »
Sorry I can't you hear over the sound of glorious oppai.
Spirit Juice wrote: »
Eromanga-sensei is shit. Lack of oppai contributes to this.
Tsukasa Fushimi, author of the popular works such as Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai and the currently airing anime Eromanga Sensei, expressed his grief in a recent press event about being unable to speak to his sister for the past month. The light novel author’s sister has reportedly starting to ignore Tsukasa citing the author’s work as the primary reason. Anime Maru investigates this developing family drama.
“I’m not talking to that creep until he quits writing these messed up novels,” Fushimi’s sister told Anime Maru. “My brother has always been kind of… off and I’ve tried to tolerate it as best as I can until now. During the whole Oreimo thing he kept insisting that fiction and reality were separate and that it didn’t at all reflect any of the his views. In hindsight I probably should have just started avoiding him back then, but now with this Eromanga Sensei anime he’s really gone too far.”
Eromanga Sensei can be considered by some to be a spiritual sequel to the Oreimo. The show started airing this season with many similarities to Fushimi’s prior work, mainly being that both of the shows have a focus on sibling relationships.
“My sister is just being tsundere,” Tsukasa Fushimi stated when questioned by our correspondent. “Any similarities are simply a coincidence. For my stories I am just trying to convey the strongest bonds and purest relationships to my readers. To say this is just a projection of some sort of hidden fantasy or something is ridiculous.”
“Let me guess, he made them unrelated by blood or something like that right?” Fushimi’s sister later added. “The parents are probably inexplicably gone for some reason too. I can see what that weirdo is trying to do. And the little sister draws lewd light novel covers for a living? Give me a break. He’s not even trying to be subtle anymore just look at the damn title!”
Tsukasa Fushimi later announced his next project, My Little Sister Can’t Be This Stubborn But She’ll Come Around to it Eventually, or GankoImo for short. The story will feature a light novel author who hasn’t been able to talk to his little sister in over half a year due to family disagreements. The protagonist has to win back his sister’s trust so that the two can promote little sister themed light novels across Japan.
MechWarrior wrote: »