Does it bother you that the moe and harlem anime is predominantly made by men?
Would you an ara ara?
It's not perfect, but I find the drama compelling. The characters were better flesh out than your average school romance.
What's the significance of it?
Anyone still follow this?
I finished capping this thread from last week and am posting it here. Original size is 37MB so it can't be uploaded here in full. I have broken it up into parts and will dump them here. We can make this a screencap thread if you guys want so that it doesn't die so quickly.
>best girl could have won earlier in the series if she just took the initiative or wasn't interrupted
>best girl doesn't win in the end
Would the third impact be a good thing in real life?
Was anyone else here pleasantly surprised by this series?
I'm not a fan of Kyoani in general but they pulled this show off really well.
The part with Reina blowing that shit girl the fuck out was the best part. Even someone who doesn't know shit about music could tell who did it better.
Other than that, the yuri baiting was the only good part of the show, along with the cute girls and fluffy hair.
I want to fuck her
Any news on Tenchi OVA 4?
Please, I like to have at least some hope.
Posting best girl.
>Enemy explains his ability to the hero
Why do they do this? It literally sabotages their chances of victory.
I remember the mandom and civil war fights in part 7 did this because they were looking for a fair duel that they could say they overcame without an excuse. They of course lost but not because of exposing their power.
In Bleach the villains explain their powers all the time because the good guys are too stupid to actually figure it out so there needs to be some way to tell the audience what is going on or the 12 year olds will be confused.
Why is she such a massive bitch?
Why are japanese voice actors so fucking shit at speaking english? I've been two Japan twice and, sure a lot of them werent good at speaking english by far, but most of them were still okay.
You'd think that a voice actor would just rehearse the lines so many times that it would actually sound somewhat okay, even if it isnt their native language.
From what I've heard Japanese are taught English with only the sounds used in Japanese. If they used actual correct pronounciation Japs wouldn't be able to understand them at all.