Do you have any artists who you want to do an official KanColle manga adaption?
Too many pure maidens have been defiled by her hand.
I jacked off for days and days when his C86 Kancolle doujin got scanned.
ke-ta for Kancolle manga adaptation
For anyone who was here earlier, the Draw Murakumo in 60 Minutes pictures were uploaded to the Murakumo thread >>>/jp/12420392
Kawashina is a better shibafu. Unfortunately, I'm not sure he/she does manga.
Remember that Hoppou is the cutest.
Kinda unrelated, but I have to ask, why is nakadashi even a tag? That shit's in 95% of doujinshi and h-manga, it should be expected at this point. If anything, I wanna see more cumming on backs and tummies.
Zuikaku needs some doujins with those tags as well.
Bully any kanmusu with a have that has Zui or Hou in it. Besides Houshou. Don't disrespect your mother.
This guy would be cool, he draw the cutest story most of the time.
Shitposting is still shitposting please stop.
1) Asanagi is the artist Fatalpulse is the circle Asanagi being the only member but still
2) stop with the forced "le epic fatalpulse is a girl" shit He is not a she.
Feels good when living in a country where you can marry 9yo girls and no one bat an eye.
I am going to post this in every thread until you love it.
When will they reveal the rest of the Kongou class being in the anime?
I want to pet her head and fluffy ears
Ushio is for tender bullying
I want to
have sex in every holewith Ushio
Which Kongou sister is the best Kongou sister, /a/?
???????? a.k.a Bomber Grape seems to be good at manga
Not manga but I would love to see some ships and art by Mel kishida and Tsunako.
Some stuff by Kantoku would be good too.
She's the Kojima of Kancolle.
>wants Tsunako boats
>doesn't even post Tsunako Uni
Step it up TTK.
So which ship is most obsessed with the smell of admiral?
I just couldnt decide on a picture, thats all.
She's just too cute.
Like you said about Haruna minus the 'calm' and 'DJB'.
Plus, she's pink
>Armoring that flight deck
Japan doesn't have enough steel production
Why is Kaga stealing Taihou's clothing? Doesn't that baka realize she's too big?
Can ships get pregnant? I'd like to see if she can get any bigger.
She heard you saying Makigumo was cute.
He has none of himself but he has stated on his own twitter before he is a guy go look for it if you care so much.
Not really as you are making the claim he is a she i am merely pointing out you are wrong. but if you really need "proof" from someone other than the shitposters calling him a girl you can look here https://www.mangaupdates.com/authors.html?id=8017 or go look at his website or his twitter page to name a few it up to you.
>also? when a "circle" is one person, I'm hard pressed to see any reason to act like there's a difference.
Because it is not the name of the artist but of the group even if the group is only one person.
"The only member of this doujinshi circle is Asanagi (?? also spelled ????).
Also, the groups name is originally in English, but here is it's name in katakana ????????"
>all these Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi parodies
She's my favorite carrier tied with Taihou.
But then Venator-chan and Imperator-chan would get jealous!
>Liu Bei teitoku is the best.
>>throwing a baby Unryuu
Did somebody say TOUCHDOWN?
I want to fondle Kaga's kagas
Because giving technology to the enemy is fucking stupid.
well, you guys know already
Also, no, not dead yet. Just been busy with Horizon
That's not how a stethoscope works you incompetent, now put that away and put on some damn clothes before you give yourself an infection.
I hope it means we'll get to see the two admirals' ships fight each other, even if we all know how it'll end because it's fatalpulse.
Not enough fancontent that shows interactions between admirals or between the Navy and Army.
Even so, the mission and enemies make it obvious there's a land campaign going on concurrent to the war at sea, and if the two branches are anything like the IJA and IJN the home front (and even the navy and the many factions within it) are as interesting as the war against the abyssals themselves. Not that many artists delve into worldbuilding, though, which is what sells at Comiket I suppose.
Good for you, but I wasn't talking to you in particular.
Haven't you ever seen a really old plane or tank or ship and realize how cute and tiny they are? I'm sure it's that feeling.
Because they're cute! And come with tiny pilots.
>Haven't you ever seen a really old plane or tank or ship and realize how cute and tiny they are? I'm sure it's that feeling.
Now you make me want to finish my CR.42 Falco model.
Royal Italian Navy when?
I can only see Hoppu playing gently with them and taking care of the little pilots while Airfield Hime tries to steal them from her jealously.
How does it feel know your waifu is
Yorktown's very pretty.
Only if she's lovingly raping you back.
>We will never see Enterprise chan vs Yukikaze chan
Bitch I know about the Akutan Zero.
I'm more curious with the Atlantic fleet, considering we know the sea routes are blocked, the Atlantic fleet will have their own version of Abyss to deal with. Now you think about it, how Bismarck, Z1 and Z3 able to reach the Pacific area kinda got me curious.
I'm quite excited thinking the technology exchange that will happens when the Atlantic fleet manages to get into contact with the ones in the Pacific.
Maybe they are, but that doesn't justify becoming like the animals we exterminate.
Well, assuming abyssals spawn from where World War II battles happened, Bismark and the two destroyers could probably go around the horn of africa and the Indian Ocean without incident. There weren't many battles in those waters apart from the Indian Ocean raid, and that was pretty short.
>Another animal quality.
Actually, predatorial animals rarely hunt to the point of extermination unless circumstances outside of their control has heavily reduced the prey population, and usually this balances out within a few generations. In fact, most predators prefer to act as a selecting agent to eliminate the oldest and youngest in the pack instead of attacking mature animals of reproductive age.
Systematic, planned destruction of whole cultures and species is a very human phenomenon.
Ask Tanaka Naburu or something
I'm more interested on how the abyssals are going to up their game. Next up on the events list is the Marianas Turkey Shoot, then the Battle of Leyte Gulf. After that it'll probably be Okinawa and Operation Ten-Go, or even the attack on Kure. And then, we get to see DMM handles the slightly inconvenient fact that there are no more Japanese WW2 naval battle on account that they lost the war.
>Whether its individual or the whole race, you didn't said it beforehand, so don't try to twist it further.
Civilized discourse involves allowing the other party a chance to clarify their argument. It's also a very human phenomena.
I don't know what you're talking about. Everyone know that the US randomly decided to drop a couple of A-bombs on Japan for no reason at all.
>You bomb some ships that can't fight back at all. What's the point?
In real history the Island's defenses consisted of six 12.7cm guns and 12 planes. In-game Wake has 360 airplanes and a Battleship's firepower.
Kadokawa will find a way.
Animals do not 'destroy completely' either, whether in intent or in function. Animals kill to eat. Even in circumstances where they do not consume the majority of the prey (surplus killing), they simply target choicest parts. Humans, on the other hand, do not kill simply for sustenance--they kill for sport (bullfighting), for ideology, for space (animals engage in territorial struggles, but these are rarely ever fatal).
In terms of 'complete destruction' in a realistic sense, animals--top-tier predators, the only ones doing any meaningful destroying, usually gorge themselves and leave sufficient amount for scavengers--hyenas, vultures, or insects and other wildlife. Indeed, some animals kill more than they can eat and then abandon their prey (surplus killing). Humans, on the other hand, will deliberately incinerate those they kill in pyres, bury them in the ground, or bake them in ovens, for no real gain to either the environment nor scavengers. Only in a few cultures (the tibetan sky burial, for example) and cases of great historical dishonor (leaving corpses to rot, which usually are met by contemporary disgust) are there exemptions to the most common methods of corpse disposal. In that respect, humans 'destroy completely' where animals simply 'take their fill.'
Bottlenose Dolphins and Orcas are known to play with and even release their prey back to safety
She basically is Kongou Lite.
I wonder how she managed to pull that off with four drums.
>Bottlenose Dolphins and Orcas are known to play with and even release their prey back to safety
Well touche, but doesn't that reinforce the fact that animals don't really do extermination?
But she isn't clingy at all and gives more of a battle spirit vibe.
Why did Akitsu Maru become Fetishmaster Flex, almost overnight? I don't see it in her lines.
Animals kill to survive, be it in form of diet, territorial dispute, or mating. Ideology and space can be tracked to sustenance as well because most animals live to survive and thrive.
>no real gain to either the environment nor scavengers
The air, soil, your bacteria and fungi friends say hi. So humans don't 'exterminate' either, they take the meaning of the word figuratively while leaving trails of bodies behind them.
Some animals are capable of local extermination, like goats.
I want to turn every battleship into little girls.
That comic is cute as fuck
Ushio is a miracle of the universe
>Animals kill to survive, be it in form of diet, territorial dispute, or mating.
With the exception of diet, the other forms of "killing" are indirect at best--excluding another member of its species from important hunting grounds may be interpreted as eventually leading to their deaths, but this is neither a deliberate extermination or one with any real agency. Humans, on the other hand, have demonstrated the ability and tendency to engage in violence with the deliberate intent to kill, and have done so for millenia.
>The air, soil, your bacteria and fungi friends say hi.
Sealing ashes into clay urns or corpses into coffins that may take centuries to decompose neither demonstrate an intent to allow reclamation (indeed, as the most powerful of us--the old nobility of china, the Pharaoahs, the Tibetan abbotts, even recent figures such as Mao, held in state, demonstrate, the intent is to never decompose to begin with), and in fact inhibit it for decades or more. With the exceptions stated above, humanity has acted with the deliberate intent to ensure complete destruction, or to come as close to it as possible, something animals do not engage in.
>Some animals are capable of local extermination, like goats.
I actually didn't know about this. Source? And does it demonstrate deliberate intent?
Is this the most dangerous possible scenario for an admiral to be in?
I feel like I'm the only Hyuuga/Isefag in these threads
I feel like I'm the only boyish girl fag in this thread. Shigure, Mogami and Z1 are girls, and some of the cutest ones at that.
Also, I forgot your point about sustenance, sorry.
>Ideology and space can be tracked to sustenance as well because most animals live to survive and thrive.
It cannot. You are pushing the definition of sustenance to its limit, far beyond its actual definition (food and drink regarded as a source of strength, nourishment and/or the maintenance of someone or something in life or existence) in an attempt to justify your argument.
Both animals and humans are capable of surviving without thriving--goldfish capable of growing to several feet can survive for years in a tiny fishbowl, catfish can thrive in muddy and polluted waters few others can survive. Your argument that "thriving" is in any way a part of sustenance is incorrect. The idea that ideological struggles in any way endanger their survival (or do so with a greater frequency than engaging in a military conflicts for those goals) is also easily disproven, in that the participants of most of the world's wars were not in any prior existential struggle beforehand and carry on their lives in defeat, albeit under values and restrictions that may be repugnant to them.
Ever heard of infanticide done by males in animals? They don't want the heir of other males or their male heirs to interfere the formers' social group because it would affect social status, and in extend, survivability of said males. By killing them, the former males ensure that they are the only dominant males in their group. Isn't that extermination as well? Engaging in violence with the deliberate intent to kill?
Goats are good in weed control, and even have places in theories of desertification.
>Fanon Hyuuga: Autismo
Ise, not Hyuuga.
Boyish girls (tomboys?) are pretty nice.
I think Boku is pretty much it.
That and the fanart that has her with a dick.
Z1 is a boy, proof right here!
The only tomboyish thing she has is the boku but some people are convinced she's a guy when she has no boyish features.
Same with the people that try to force Re = Ikazuchi when they have nothing in common at all and the people that were on about "Abyss kaga" during the event for some reason.
It's something about the voices. Z1 and Shigure seem the most cool-headed without being nigh-emotionless (kaga, shiranui), and Mogami's very affectionate.
Her voice is pretty low.
>Ever heard of infanticide done by males in animals? They don't want the heir of other males or their male heirs to interfere the formers' social group because it would affect social status, and in extend, survivability of said males.
By your argument, they are fighting for survival, not for (at best incredibly indirect) abstract concepts such as ideology. The specieswide behavior emerged and became fixed within the population for the very reason that those who failed were actively killed. They do not kill for non-sustenance-related reasons or abstract concepts such as ideology. These are actions pursued by inborn animal instinct fixed within the population as opposed to a deliberate, premeditated action as in the case of humans.
>Goats are good in weed control, and even have places in theories of desertification.
This shows no agency whatsoever--natural growth of both herbivores and carnivores may cause unusual changes to the ecosystems, but this is just animal instinct, to feed.
Let's go back to what started the argument. Why things like >>113838760 are mentioned again? Why "exterminate"? The abyss are quoted as aliens and humans deployed shipgirls to combat them because of clashing ideologies, not survivability?
Good luck getting past her dad and grandpa, anon.
I did not say that all human extermination is the product of ideological conflict, but that actions taken by humans to exterminate are the product of conscious thought and evaluations, instead of an animalistic (survival-oriented), semi-genetic drive.
Moreover, as I have elaborated on long, long ago, (>>113838973), my use of the term "extermination" purely meant the systematic extermination of the Abyssals as a race, not as individuals, a subgroup or as any smaller subdivision, and that this is a purely human concept, one which no aniimal has attempted. You have consistently ignored that in an attempt to define animals as being capable of "extermination"--and you are right that they are. But these are small-scale exterminations via simple inborn animalistic instincts, not a deliberate decision incorporating the much more complex thought process of Human beings. The very fact that there are admirals here who either have sympathies for the Abyssals and who wish to coexist for them is proof that our decision is one caused by a much more complex, disparate thought process than the simple inborn survival instincts of a monkey engaged in infanticide.
Didn't you know? Becoming a fat old man in Japan automatically gives you all the equipment, skills and luck necessary to abduct and rape any human (or non-human) being in existence.
Here you go.
I wonder if it's just one artist doing this, the artstyle is too accurate to tell.
Hiei really is fitting as a Shiba.
The meaning of 'exterminate' in question roots back to neither animal instincts or human intents. But both are capable of causing the same thing. The term 'extermination' is an animal quality, and humans aren't excluded from it. Whether it is done instinctively or intentionally depend on your interpretations but they are capable of doing so.
> my use of the term "extermination" purely meant the systematic extermination of the Abyssals as a race, not as individuals, a subgroup or as any smaller subdivision
Now we're getting a clearer picture. But may I ask, what actually drives people to wanting to exterminate them?
She's not disgusting, she's handsome.
>The term 'extermination' is an animal quality and humans aren't excluded from it.
Your term inherently implies that humans are included within an animal quality, which is incorrect. 'extermination' was always a human quality (indeed the concept is a human invention), but can be applied in other uses to the animals they seek to describe.
>Whether it is done instinctively or intentionally depend on your interpretations but they are capable of doing so.
And I have admitted that.
>Now we're getting a clearer picture.
I would point out that you were the one who tried to deliberately impede that--when I clarified, very, very early on, you attempted to deny both my attempt to explain it and my right to do so
>you didn't said it beforehand, so don't try to twist it further.
and then attempt to press a tangent (by which you are, at least partially, correct).
>But may I ask, what actually drives people to wanting to exterminate them?
How can I speak for each person? It is that complexity that makes us human--some of us deem them animals who present no real benefit to the environment. Some of us see them as humans, or something close, but whom are either incapable of understanding our values, or simply refuse to acknowledge them. Some may see them as a religious struggle which they are honor-bound to overcome. I cannot claim to speak for you, or for any other admiral. It is this great complexity, unpredictability and variability that makes us human and not animals. Perhaps it is partly the result of baser animal instincts--but with those instincts comes our reserved right to go beyond them, to fight not only for survival, but for complete dominance--or to stop short of them, to ignore our baser instincts and seek a world where we can coexist with the abyssals. We are given sadism and apathy, empathy and mercy, and it is up to us to choose--from our instincts, surely, but also through our values, ideals and ethics we have built upon that base.
I know, Haruna should be winning.
>How can I speak for each person? It is that complexity that makes us human--some of us deem them animals who present no real benefit to the environment. Some of us see them as humans, or something close, but whom are either incapable of understanding our values, or simply refuse to acknowledge them. Some may see them as a religious struggle which they are honor-bound to overcome. I cannot claim to speak for you, or for any other admiral. It is this great complexity, unpredictability and variability that makes us human and not animals. Perhaps it is partly the result of baser animal instincts--but with those instincts comes our reserved right to go beyond them, to fight not only for survival, but for complete dominance--or to stop short of them, to ignore our baser instincts and seek a world where we can coexist with the abyssals. We are given sadism and apathy, empathy and mercy, and it is up to us to choose--from our instincts, surely, but also through our values, ideals and ethics we have built upon that base.
Well said. I concede. I guess we're one unique bunch after all.
Thanks, m8, you taught me quite a few things with the extermination debate as well.
>speed rape admiral story
I feel like I've failed to read something very important
Why is Itomugi so based?
A little late but well-loved. Still remember the moment I got her.
Window shopping time. Look up one of your favorite shipgirls and post a doujin we'll never get.
J-just a few months till I can have my posable shipfu
I would rather a Taihou
Count yourself lucky to not have a noisy secretary.
>mfw no Hisasi kancolle doujin
Might happen but is a 0.01% chance
>This isn't even my final form!
Late reply because editing the translations before pastebinning it.
Translated the first chapter a few months back, which is pretty much this.
There's a page for what I presume to be the foreword, then 4 pages for Fubuki, 4 pages for Hatsuyuki, 1 page for Murakumo, 4 pages for Shikinami, 4 pages for Isonami and 1 page for Miyuki.
Unfortunately, Kai2 != popularity
Despite she's drawn by Fujikawa
which is better artist than bobshe's still very underrated kanmusu.
Because they don't have enough TTK love like the Akatsukis do.
Autism. Don't question it.
Go take your midget anger out someone shorter than you, midget.
You've got this backwards, she's in last place.
>first time large ship constructing
No idea. She was built in Yokohama so there's no reason why she speak in kansai dialect.
Maybe it's an attempt for her to have an distinct voice along with a distinct silhouette.
Can I just get strawberry instead.
I'd rather be an abyss than be commanded by this TTK.
Why can't he at least take care of the trees in the area?
>Implying this isn't the happiest ending possible
She should just commit suicide for bringing shame to her class.
Still no Northern Ocean Hime in a Fatalpulse doujin