Please describe this child.
The other one died because the chapter sucked so much that we don't even have something to talk about.
>cute girls who talk like angry delinquents
Why arent there more series featuring gothic lolita assassins?
Is this that one manga where another girl assassin gets a knife in her cunt? And she later becomes a zombie or some shit?
Also Mine from Akame ga Kill is sort of a goth loli I guess
So we countdown yet?
>based as fuck all this time
>leave her alone for a couple of months
>she's a slut like the rest
FUCK YOU, WHOEVER WRITES NORAGAMI.
It was a good run, /a/. ;_;
Welp. Should have expected that.
God damn it all.
Are you retarded? She never asked to get kissed. The guy forced himself on her.
That was stupid. It was like they decided that throwing in as much shock imagery and symbolism as possible is akin to being deep.
Shit, am I just being a dick? Is this actually really good and I just didn't get it?
Who's the fluffiest?
How come English dubbed anime is so god damn terrible? There's literally no excuse for how lazy it is, because the French, Germans, and even the Spanish dubs are lightyears ahead of English dubs.
I used to think that anime is just inherently better in Japanese, but after watching this, I've just come to the conclusion that Americans can't dub for shit
>tfw you'll never get blood-sucked
We all know there are certain anime that need to be watched.
But are there certain things a p/a/trician should be watching for when they watch a series/OVA/film?
Do you search for themes?
Do references go over your head?
Do you notice how a shot is lined up?
How dynamic animation is used during a crucial event in the story?
What do you look for?
Holy shit no. The people who do that, regardless of medium, end hating it
The true anime patrician just watches what he/she wants to watch, enjoys anime as it is and loves all of it equally, even when he/she prefers ones over the others.
227 days to go
I want to properly tie up Chiri and do lewd things to her.
>I've seen the "it's unnatural for teens to call each other Mr./Miss all the time" as a criticism of localized/no-honorifics subs before. But really, if people don't like schoolkids being too formal, imo they should blame the Japanese scriptwriters for having the characters use the exact same suffixes that adults in a workplace might use. Localized subs are merely a reflection of that level of formality.