What's the angriest you've gotten watching an anime?
I don't think I've ever felt anger watching, reading or playing any media.
Katanagatari. I was already getting put off by all the WORDS WORDS WORDS (I know know, babby's first Nisio blah blah blah), and then I get fucking trolled in episode 4, at which point I dropped it. And it's a good thing, too, because according to spoilers, the ending was even more rage-inducing.
The end of this made me more pissed than rurushu dying
Infinite Stratos kind of pissed me off.
Why isn't the school a proper military academy? These people are being trained with heavy weaponry to fight an active threat. Why are there no police or officials to regulate the weapon's operators? No less than 50 times in the first season was a fellow operator fired at with live ammunition or attacked with lethal weaponry. High levels of damage to facility property have gone unpunished as well.
On top of this, the harem is shit and we all know the shitty fucking tsundere is going to win from the very get-go.
I don't know about you, but if I had someone fire a live round at me because they were slightly jealous I would never ever be friends with that person. In fact I'd be the complete opposite.
>complain that I didn't get any of the jokes
>/a/ calls me a casual and hypes up the jokes a ton
>realize watching further in that there are also a lot of grammar errors and sentences that make absolutely no sense in context
>download better subs
>everything makes perfect sense now
>all the jokes border from not funny to only a little funny
Well you could always just watch the first episode then skip to the last one like my casual friend did, since the talking was too much for him too. He obviously didn't know what was going on but he still thought it was amazing.
The ending to this. It made me kind of angry, but for some reason it also made me lose consciousness. Only time I've ever passed out without being under the influence of medication or a substance. To this day, I don't understand why. I'm too scared to watch it again.
What's your favorite emotion to feel while watching anime? Happiness, sadness or anger?
I wish Brotherhood didnt skimp on this part
There were no active threats until recent events. They just used the mechs to fight in tournaments or some shit. Obviously that's not the real case here and shit is happening in the background with all the nations and super weapons and what not, but the author doesn't want to talk about it.
IS sort of pissed me off to because of Ichika and his maximum betaness, but when I realized that he has literally never had a single constant in his life I thought better of him. He honestly probably just wants a real friend and not a wife/love/girlfriend besides his red haired bro. I mean who knows what happened to his parents, his sister was always off doing cool stuff and leaving him, he lost BOTH of his childhood friends, it's sad enough that you lost the first one and had to get another at that early of an age.
Literally the only people who have been there for him is that dude and his sister
goosbumps when I listen to the scene music and re imagine it in my head later.
Haven't you ever heard of an unreliable narrator. The point of Hinamizawa sickness is that it makes you actually believe that your paranoid delusions are real. Visual and auditory hallucinations are part of that, so because we see things through the eyes of K2, the viewer has all of and only the information he has access to.
How could you possibly be angry at Sam Flam. That shit was anime with a capital A. I'll give you the rest though, the only good thing to come out of DtB S2 was that gif of Hei drinking.
I experienced emotions of anger and betrayal when I realized I was watching a show all about cute bullshit rather then a highschool band trying to make it big. They put them in so many situations where they could have had a chance to get out and get some recognition but they never do. They just blow Mugi's daddy money and fuck around.
>The ending was excellent and the last episode is literally worth the roughly 400 minutes of talking
Don't know about that but it sure was worth the 15 minutes of Togame refusing to croak.
There is nothing that can compare to the bittersweet feeling of hype at the end of an episode where something awesome happens.
Im not saying i like clifhangers but if they are done right it's a long week to wait
End of soul eater NOT
I could feel my brain trying to killl itself
Jesus Christ I wanted to feel something during that scene but then she just took way too fucking long to die that her bullshit little speech became a yawnfest and all emotional value in that scene vanished.
>dialogue in anime is boring
Listen, I'm all for moderate values, but there are places where you need some extremes.
Extreme action vs dialogue creates awesome shit like Redline.
Extreme dialogue vs action makes the action all the more sweeter, and prepares you for a grand finale.
Having a balance gets you something like Naruto filler. Or Inuyasha...
The end of Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross. Easily the most anti-climactic and least satisfying ending to any anime I have EVER seen.
Runner-up is the ending to the first Ashita no Joe TV series. Thankfully series two came along and more than made up for it.
the fucking mc is the most unlikable piece of shit in all of anime.
what a fucking pussy faggot. just thinking about him pisses me off again.
heres a challenge, name ONE mc that is even close to being that fucking annoying.
Sorry about posting this but what are the traits of a trainwreck anime?
Like with Code Geass I can feel that it's a trainwreck anime but I can't really explain it.
Is it like the writer writes himself into a pit or the character puts themself in it or both?
But he has multiple versions. If we are seeing it through one person they should have one delusion, not multiples. If they did multiple pov and multiple delusions then that would make for a cohesive narrative
Any time she was onscreen, except for one scene for obvious reasons.