Rei vs. Asuka is like if out of two runners one ran an impressive length in the wrong direction and the other literally exploded her muscles inside out on the way, somehow. The definition of biggest loss defines the entire race's parameters.
yeah till he runs out of diesel and sits somewhere rusting. perhaps lamenting forlornly to passersby who mistake him for some sort of monster or wish to put him out of his misery. how would he contend with robbers? Prolonged exposure to the elements might ruin him. Sure truck-kun will be heralded as a god for a time but how long could he last? Large trees and any large and powerful fantasy monsters could still fuck him up. Back to the drawing board, no one shit for you.
Ichigo AMshimaro unfortunately is punishingly short. It only last 1 cour and about half's worth of OVAs. This is very bad. Normally, a one cour at least leads into a second one two-abouts years afterwards, even if after that it's completely shelved.
For this reason I have been attempting to find the best series possible to watch after this one, removing the feeling that it's now over and will be so forever. Not necessarily the most similar series, but any one, out of all, that could let you fool yourself into maybe kind of thinking that it's something of a second season to Ichigo AMshimaro rather than an entirely different show just in the same genre.
In any case, for now I'll be trying to watch Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru, because Hotori kinda looks like Chiaki and it'a show with stupid people in it. Perhaps since they're 2old whorbs I'll be easily ready to let go of them once I'm done.
It seems Mitsuboshi Colors retains that theme of weird kid antics that was in Ichigo Mashimaro. One might not realize it but that show was something like Jaws of moe anime, it wasn't the derivative genre film like most summer blockbusters are, but it came up in an age where it was required to have some Academy Awards credentials to its own name as a self-standing trailblazer. Similarly Ichigo Mashimaro, although it is indeed a moe anime, wasn't only that, it was self-standing with themes about giving light to life outside of the Japanese traditionalist normie lifestyle. Being moe was a means to an end of illustrating that there's worth in how these misfit children are carving out a place for themselves in the Japanese society that's generally quite restrictive, where we get news like students being ostracised simply for having naturally brown hair instead of black. Today genre anime might not be built on such a thoughtful premise, but just copy moe tropes for the sake of of being moe.
Lucky Star and Manabi Straight themselves being the godfathers of moe anime also have those kinds of reasonings behind them, Manabi being even more blatant take on lonely children in degrading birth rates, and Lucky Star being KyoAni reinventing itself to remain relevant.
This board is full of gay moe shit, give me a super masculine manga to read, or anime to watch where women are not given any combat roles.
In exchange, I recommend you read Otoyomegatari, it has realistic depictions of Steppe people and realistic QT females in it. Also I recommend Golden Kamui, it is a sweet tale of an Ainu girl and a Japanese soldier turned Treasure Hunter during the late 1800s.
No. 6 is an anime that's pretty bruhh, tbh, you could watch that. Afterwards you may help yourself to Blue Submarine No. 6 (no relation) but that one does feature stinky girls quite heavily so prepare for the ickyness factor.
>>25026 >us western Since English is the native tongue of idiocracy and literally on the level of baby talk, I suppose it has to be earnest to go borrow useful grammar like Latin conjugation with your stumpy baby legs.
It looks like just going through the motions of remaking the same visuals in animation. You could say that's just being true to the original, but the difference is that it's really just a form of bad directing, or maybe screenwriting. The flaws stand out when the director has no clear vision in his own medium, it's subtle, like listening to a band without a bassist.
>At the war's end, Satan reveals to Akira the truth behind his reason for defying God: even though God unintentionally created demons, He wished to destroy them. Satan was appalled at this, believing demons still had a right to live. He convinced them to enter a state of hibernation in the ice, to conserve their strength for the final battle with God. Upon awakening, Satan discovered the beautiful planet they fought for had been ruined by the human race. Enraged at this damage, Satan led the demons in a war to exterminate humanity. While Satan explains this to Akira, he also realizes that in the end, he and the demons were no better than God. He begs Akira to forgive him.
I'm trying to locate a show that had almost the exact same first episode as Geneshaft. It also had some kind of an inferior but plucky MC girl entering a space academy of some sort, that also has red jumpsuit as a uniform, and she immediately got into a well-animated fight. Only this one was after being confronted by 3-4 girls she didn't previously know and she was told off by a superior for causing trouble. I do believe the character was short with twintails, and the tone and look of the show was really close to this one.
Something this contrived I just really need to collect together so I can really appreciate the nuanced differences.
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