This is the most pretentious shit I've ever seen. I feel like I'm about to spontaneously sprout a neckbeard and fedora. Does it get any better or am I better off dropping it now?
>This is the most pretentious shit I've ever seen.
Feel free to elaborate. I doubt you have much to say considering you can't even think for yourself, though.
What's the lamest power in shounen history?
Do yuri elements make an anime worse or better?
If it makes a show worse, do you think that studios will keep on airing em?
Find a flaw
When you stop bullying both the Kiniros and the Rabbits.
Is this anime overrated??? I find the main character in the beginning too much like a faggot.. why do people like this??
i only watched 1-2 episode
What's your favourite power you've seen in anime/manga?
What power would you like to eventually see?
Imagine punching somebody so hard that they turned into a door. The stronger you punch, the better the door. So there are like super strong murderers who punch people into Venetian doors and shit.
Who are the best twins in anime/manga?
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
Chapter 806 Thread
Best pairing! Incredible chemistry in the manga and great doujins!
Just finished "Seven Deadly Sins". I liked all of the characters, except for Meliodas and Elizabeth, who I really felt were bland and detracted from the series as a whole. Her personality is "Gets molested a lot" and his personality is "generic cocksure protagonist. Diane, Ban, King, Hawk, and everyone else was fun, and I wish the series had just been about them.
I just finished the series today as well, and quite enjoyed it. King and Diane were the characters I enjoyed the most, their backstory was pretty touching and their fighting styles and attacks were the most interesting of the group.
Will probably pick up the manga too, though I hear the anime took a lot of liberties.
I know this is kind of a weird thing to say about any Jojo part, but Stone Ocean is just too over-the-top. The battles are so completely insane (and long, and they happen one after another with almost no break) that part 6 is just exhausting to read and at times can be a disjointed mess.
That being said, I think Jolyne is one of the best protagonists in the whole series and some of the best character development alongside Jonathan and Johnny.
I can agree with it being somewhat exhausting, I wish we'd gotten a bit more development from the main cast outside of battles. I didn't find myself getting attached to them in the same way I did with characters from other parts, and I think they could've benefited from a bit more downtime between fights to flesh out their personalities. Jolyne is definitely a strong protagonist though, and it was upsetting to see her go through everything she did just to die without knowing whether Emporio succeeded.