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 No.12123[Reply]

Give me animes that realistically depict modern warfare
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 No.12365

>>12355
Fireflies isn't about nukes but yeah, watch (or read) Barefoot Gen

 No.12367

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>>12272
Is the guy in middle supposed to be Griffith and the girl on the left a gender swapped Guts?

 No.12371

>>12367
that is a girl anon.

 No.12381

Flag is libshit but the mech is cool and "realistic" enough that supa robo wars will never ever touch it for being underpowered.

 No.12403

>>12123
Can't think of an anime that actually seriously tackles 21st century 4th generation warfare but Jin-Roh gets pretty fucking nasty in ways anime normally doesn't



 No.681[Reply]

Is Madoka truly the AOTD of the 2010s?
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 No.12375

>>12374
You failed.

 No.12376

>>12375
Do I look like I give a fuck?

 No.12377

>>12374
Also, they aren't really lolis. They're supposed to be in High-school and are all 15-17 years old. That's just the style. Also, if you're interested in the music, the main girl went on to play Hikari in Revue Starlight. I really enjoy themes of music and such, so that is another one to check out, and that one has even less of an excuse to be called pedobait, since there is no display of nudity or display of bodies in a werid manner. It's also really gay, and I mean like gay gay, not just yuri shit. I'm a straight man, but my gay bro was totally into it.

 No.12378

>>12377
OK, thank you, that sounds really good.

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>>681
Didn't expect Mami to get so lewd in the following incarnations, though. Shit was hot. Pic related.



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 No.12331[Reply]

Idk post some shit about lupin i'm bored

 No.12335

WTF what is Lupin doing with capeshit

 No.12336

what the fuck lmao
those capes chase criminals

 No.12337

Gæ ræp uygha

 No.12341

lol

 No.12399

>>12336
I love the implication in the picture that batman is the only one who actually knows who lupin is and is gearing to pound him into the asphalt



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 No.6734[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Is Attack on Titan fash?
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 No.12179

>>12178
SO DOES THAT MEAN EREN WILL COMMIT 99 PERCENT GENOCIDE

 No.12328

who else here /marxist-yeagerist/??

 No.12379

you are watching the (part 2) final season of the anime of the decade, right anon?

 No.12386

>>12379
>anime of the decade

<this uygha didnt see the ending didnt he

 No.12387

>>12379
I'm waiting with bated breath to see if Sawano put vocals on the scene of eren screaming about ahually I cared about somebody that disgusted me.



 No.12239[Reply]

So why haven't you watched the greatest anime of all time? Hint: No excuse is valid.

 No.12240

But I did in fact watch K-On!.

 No.12242

>>12240
You're dead wrong, m8. Milkies are objectively the best.

 No.12385

Milky Holmes was doing Jojo shitposts before it was cool.



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 No.3863[Reply]

Have any of you guys ever seen this? What did you think with its messages related to democracy / authoritarianism and such?
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 No.12310

>>12277
>>12257
But hey, huh, isn't the first "episode" actually the movie My Conquest is the Sea of Stars? I think that one's a much better introduction to the series but it doesn't look like everyone realizes that's meant to be watched first. I actually watched it after.

 No.12321

>>12310
Yeah, but as you say people don't tend to realise it. Best way to watch today would be conquest, overture, then episode three and on. Or even just starting at overture if you're looking for accessibility tbh

 No.12326

I'm happy that more people are talking about this anime on this board and that this thread has been active lately. Although I still wish I had gotten into it sooner. Maybe I could've reacted in real time on /a/ when the remake came out, cuz there's a lot of minor stuff that I hate about it so far.

 No.12356

>>12326
Season three soon comrade! We'll do much complaining I'm sure. Or maybe praise, if they step up their game a bit (one easy win: expanding the ost in stead of repeating the same three tracks), we'll see.

 No.12360

>>12356
>repeating the same three tracks
Holy shit, I thought it was just me who wasn't paying attention to the soundtrack.
This OST is such a massive downgrade from the original, but I suppose that's just stating the obvious.
Also I wish they would stop adding music when it's not necessary (such as when someone is talking but nothing else is going on), it's distracting and cheapens the battle scenes, at least in the first season which is where I'm at. Is this an attempt to make the boring dialogue more "engaging" or dramatic?
I also liked the first OP Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now especially because I'm sick of generic j-rock/j-pop anime OP songs, but it's still unfitting IMO. The ending song is alright I guess.

Anyway, looking forward to season 3.



 No.6017[Reply]

fat anime ass
fat anime tiddies
fat anime tumm
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 No.11698

>>11694
Thanks 007

 No.11875

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>itt

 No.11891

>>11875
sauce

 No.12327

>>6017
Rolling for fertility goddess.

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 No.12248[Reply]

I'm looking for anime that was popular in the 80s to early 90s
Classics with a more bubbly appeal and look. Less sharp lines and a more 80s "Nagasaki" nuclear holocaust feel. Kind of like Akira. Hook me up.
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 No.12319

>>12279
There are a lot of ideas that get repackaged and vomited out over and over again. There is something that feels more escapist about it lately. It’s like there is way more playing into the viewers fantasies. That’s a problem not only in anime. I don’t mean to pick on it. You see the same issue in the film industry with these cookie cutter superhero films.

 No.12320

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there's also lotgh but it was never very popular

 No.12322

>>12320
>it was never very popular
lol

We must be exposed to different people.

 No.12324

>>12320
I'm not sure why people think LOGH isn't popular, when it's probably one of the most recommended anime of all time.

 No.12325

>>12324
>>12322
On certain online communities, yes, it's known as one of the best anime ever. But there are tons of different anime communities worldwide online and in real life (perhaps as many as there are anime series) and most of them are not familiar with it, from what I've seen.

>>12319
This



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 No.9094[Reply]

One of the most awaited VN translation is getting released next month. How hyped up are you?
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 No.12259

>>12255
Ichijo's route has some of the worst writing in this universe. It's not even that I hate its message or anything. The writing is just over-the-top preachy with some really dumb scenes that make no sense.

 No.12267

>>9235
>Just hope moogy didn't tamper with Makoto's translation to further his radlib agenda.
Elaborate, I don't know what's up with those people

>>12255
kek, now I really gotta read this "masterpiece".

 No.12276

There's always been a fuckton of hype for this one but it just looks like more dumb chuunige to me. Am I wrong?

 No.12287

>>12276
This is chuunige? Damn I'm getting it now.

 No.12305

>>12276
Chuunige are dumb fun normally but this one just takes itself too seriously.



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 No.12293[Reply]

Where my Konheads at? So it's been 11 years. I don't think they are going to finish his unfinished film.

What's your favorite Kon show/feature. Did you get to see any of them in theatres? I saw Tokyo Godfathers and Paprika when they were released.

 No.12294

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IDK I liked Perfect Blue
Which one of his movies would you recommend I watch next?

 No.12296

>>12294
You should see all of them but Paprika and Tokyo Godfather are my favorites. Tokyo Godfathers is a very down to Earth, realistic, anime which makes it different from all his other work with the mind bending surrealism. Paprika is his best of his surreal style IMO. Amazing dream sequences with gorgeous animation. Nolan straight up stole shots from Paprika in Inception.
https://www.ranker.com/list/inception-ripped-off-paprika/anna-lindwasser
Fun fact: Aronofsky stole a shot from Perfect Blue for Requiem for a dream, but he actually got into contact with Satoshi Kon and bought the adaptation rights from him.
https://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/26075/1/the-cult-japanese-filmmaker-that-inspired-darren-aronofsky

>None of Kon’s endeavours were big box-office either at home in Japan or abroad, though his relatively slim oeuvre – four films, one 13-part TV show – won him a fervent cult following during his lifetime. Among fans of his debut, 1997’s Perfect Blue, was Pi director Darren Aronofsky, who purchased the rights to the movie – a chilling, mind-bogglingly meta blend of Hitchcock and Argento for the post-internet generation – with a view to authoring a live-action remake. That project never got off the ground, but Aronofsky did lift a bathtub scene from Kon’s movie wholesale for his next film, Requiem for a Dream (2000).


And he kind of ripped of Perfect Blue again for the whole plot of Black Swan. But he bought the rights so I guess he's free to use it as many times as he likes.



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