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 No.5377[Reply]

Who remembers this little shit? I really liked this show, but I dropped, because they wouldn't finnish it, which resulted in the producers dragging it on too long.
Thoughts on this Anime

 No.5389

>I dropped, because they wouldn't finnish it, which resulted in the producers dragging it on too long.
It's called Detective Conan Syndrome >>4680

 No.5392

I remember caring for roughly 20 episodes before I realized it would never end.

 No.5405

>>5389
That's an interesting Post. Thank you

 No.5435

>>5377
Fuck,this bitch was made in the 90s, and now its 2020 and this show is still going,how the hell do they come up with all thoes episodes?

 No.5436

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>>5435
and it will never end



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 No.5329[Reply]

Patalliro!

I love this anime / manga. The greatest genderqueer anime of all time. The art direction is amazing. …Is it a new movement of it's own?

Watch all the English subs on a stream website.

 No.6518

bump

 No.6686

>>5329
what is this about?
is it a gag comedy show



 No.5296[Reply]

Please don't make me regret making this thread by posting some coomer shit.

What do you think about Ghost in the Shell? Do you think the political/technology critiques are valid or bullshit (I tend to see a lot of reactionary fans co-opt very leftist takes). Discuss.
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 No.5463

>>5460
>What is the purpose or theory behind these damn holes?
What holes!?

 No.5466

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>>5463
These, are you blind?

 No.5471

>>5466
they're for your needle dick

 No.5474

>>5466
Because they look cool.

 No.5481

>>5466
Given their placement and pattern it's probably vents of some kind



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 No.5062[Reply]

Yesterday I finished watching season 3, and I haven't been able to put it out of my mind since. I don't like that, it's just a high school romantic comedy after all. Hopefully writing a few lines about it will make that go away.

They really surprised my by committing to a definite conclusion. The way the story resolved, the way the love triangle resolved, was not unexpected in my opinion - what we got was what the story had been building up to, what had been telegraphed from the beginning. But given the ambiguous endings of the previous seasons and the often bittersweet conclusion to minor arcs, I didn't think they would play it completely straight in the end. Fully expected them to either leave the matter unresolved again, or end with everyone-losing-but-growing-from-the-experience. But they stuck the landing, and for all intents and purposes the story has concluded, the curtain has dropped. This too was made clear before the actual finale of course, with the repeated references to endings and conclusions in the dialogue, but that doesn't sink in until it has happened.

Maybe that's what's irking me - I've gone a couple of years living with this as something that promised to be forever unresolved, and now I'm faced with abrupt closure. I didn't want it to ever be really over.

Still, I have a gripe. Call it team-Yui sour grapes if you want. Story-wise, the love triangle obviously resolved as it "should" have, if it was to have any positive resolution at all. No need to go into the details of why that is, a blind man can see it. But it leaves a taste that's not just bittersweet but straight up bitter. What the story builds to is an unironic Hiki-Yukinon power couple. The culmination of their on-screen relationship consists of them coming together to do [b]event management[/b], which had become a bit of a repeating trope in the latter half of the series. The girlboss of the wealthy family wins, and acquires an utterly loyal and at least moderately competent future husband who will help her take over and run the family empire. We are expected to have sympathy for the rich girl; how terrible it is for her to be burdened with all these expectations and these exacting family members, and how much of a savior her future husband proves to be… Frankly I don't like it, and I don't have as much sympathy as the story would want me to. Fuck the rich and their problems.
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 No.5115

>>5112
I sometimes enjoy that, but few anime or media in general allow there to be catharsis with their negativity.

 No.5120

MC is just like me.

 No.5152

>>5120
>le obvious condescension
ok sagefag

 No.5186

Fucking obsessed.

 No.5187

>>5186
>nooooo you can't think about a work of fiction for any more time than it takes to consooom it
>you can only consooom product and then excited for next product
and you can't even sage right fuck you



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 No.4979[Reply]

In 1969, Shonen Jump published a 3 chapter miniseries called Kakumeiji Guevara by Miyawaki Shintaro (author of Rapeman). There's little to no info about it online and the only scans of it are of the title pages. The actual content remains to be seen, worsened by the fact that it never appeared to be collected in a tankobon release.
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 No.5000

>>4979
>Rapeman
???

 No.5001

>>5000
Yes.

 No.5002

>>5001
Oh I see

 No.5037

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>>5000
THE Rapeman.

 No.5454

>>5037
Just read the wiki article on rapeman it's some of the most fucked up shit ever



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 No.4978[Reply]

ITT we post good art styles

 No.4997

>>4978
>*ironic image*
kek what a pig-snout



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 No.4872[Reply]

>be animator
>one of the most talented people on planet
>paid like shit
>no one knows your name
>can't even find a picture of you on google

>be seiyuu

>muh tits
>cancerous leech
>everyone loves you
>countless interviews
>millionaire

 No.4874

… You're doing this shit on purpose aren't you?
>>617
reposted it for your lazy ass.

 No.4891

>>4874
mad sagefag wants to be a janny

 No.4898

>>4891
>everyone I don't like who sages is the same person
&ltnot using catalog is totally smart and not a waste of space!



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 No.4856[Reply]

Trigger is here to bring the cyberpunk genre back to relevancy in Japan.

 No.4859

We got the memo months ago
>>>/hobby/13469
>>>/games/3645
>>2079

 No.4894

if BNA is anything to go by its going to be bad

 No.4897

>>4894
BNA wasn't that bad, just mediocre



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 No.4724[Reply]

Finally watched Kino no Tabi after a years-old recc, and I'm curious what the broader analysis on it is, and where we figure it stands. I found the 2003 series was pretty left on a few topics, specifically how many countries provide an allegory for the flawed and ideological way people perceive work and its purpose.
However I've been seeing a few wrinkles to that. I can't help but notice all the times in Kino no Tabi that a revolution against a king is exactly what causes a country to fail (not all but most, and most successful revolutions have the monarch secretly still hanging around,) begging the question of whether the show/books is ultimately projecting a Burkean outlook on the world.
This is compounded by how much emphasis is placed on the individual, though this is somewhat inevitable considering it focuses on a solitary wandering protagonist. However that emphasis on personal responsibility could be easily reframed in a negative way; it would be easy for some right-winger to interpret "country of radio waves" in the 2017 anime, where random murders are blamed on a radio tower that turns out to no longer exist, so that the any sort of institutional critique explaining crime could be imposed metaphorically on the tower, reducing societal dysfunction to purely individual choices.

I know that since there have been Kino stories for 20 years, most of what I've said may well be overturned in another tale–but do my my critiques stick?

What do YOU make of Kino no Tabi?

Also: Kino's 2003 hat is superior to the 2017 hat.


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 No.4580[Reply]

Hi there, fellas. So if you're into anime, could you please give some references sites that can make our own anime chara? Only a few I know, picrew.me & charat.me

 No.4605

Sailor Senshi Maker is the only one I know of.



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