both hand busy, just leave it here
Let's settle this once and for all.
What is 2015's AOTY?
Did that Anon ever post the google docs results.
In the seiyuu industry, how important is it for a seiyuu to be beautiful?
Your appearance does have some bearing on how you work though. If you don't take care of your own body, what does that say about your work ethic? Granted, I don't think you should have to be 10/10 breeding material, but talented people are seldom 0/10 botflies.
A lot less than people like to act like.
Presentation matters but a lot of seiyuu and even idols look pretty crappy before they get hired anyways.
And why is it pic related?
Wrong, its this kid. He managed to get manipulated, pitied, betrayed, NTR'd, and still didn't get any wiser than when he started
>A group of 3 yakuza failed their boss for the last time. After messing up an important job, the boss gives them 2 choices: Honorably committing suicide, or go to Thailand to get a sex reassignment surgery in order to becomes "female" idols. After a gruesome year long training to become idols, they successfully debut, with overwhelming popularity, much to their dismay. This is where their tragedy truly begins.
Is this the new thing?
I just took these glorious 1080 screen caps of the Ranma OVA's. All I have is OVA 1 and some of the second movie.
Delayed due to some unforeseen difficulties, but it's still the 25th on the west coast. Here's Bakuon!! Chapter 19.
Just had this recommended to me. Any good?
Hey /a/ why do you think klk is edgy? is it true that you hate it?
Kill la Kill is a religious experience
If I could show aliens a single piece of human Art, it would be KLK.
Normies and reddit like it, so on principle we have to hate it even though the 25 threads we had of KLK while it was airing. But then /a/ elitist will just say it was /v/ crossboarders not understanding the meaning of want a crossboarder is.
So /a/ what show will make us lose our shit this season?
/a/, has anyone made any good direct adaptations of the War of 1904 or any of Japan's conflicts in the last century that didn't rely on allegory? I can remember the one film that was a series of animated shorts about WWII featuring a pilot in a Ta 152/Japanese suicide pilots flying out to engage American fleets.
The OVA, The Cockpit, inspired me to seek out more works detailing Japan's recent wartime experiences.
I don't mean this as shitposting, I don't browse /a/ that often and this is a sincere question
Is there a reason that a lot of anime views Americans as the enemy, bungling blowhards, or a big brother (1984) type entity? I would guess it can be traced back to the ending of WWII but I'm sure you guys know more than me.
Pic somewhat related.
Hey /a/, I am looking for Japanese speakers/readers.
Recently my Grandfather passed and I came to possess a bunch of his artifacts from his service in the U.S. military. One of these is a World War 2 Imperial Japanese Flag with kanji writing on it. For reasons I've mentioned in the original thread:
I no longer wish to hold onto this artifact, but I would like to learn a bit about it first, and to do that I need help getting it translated. Hopefully the text contains enough...
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make r/a/dio sing redline day
vote redline day
Can tsundere violence against a perverted protagonist be justified?
Yes, but in most cases the level of violence doesn't match the weight of the crime. Luckily that isn't a problem with Shizuka and Rance