Watching NNB for the first time, I envy you
They're still making Wixoss anime? What the fuck lol
>>1691>Das Finale 3
I don't watch GuP but is this one of those "final" fantasy things
I didn't read the synop but this show looks decently interesting honestly
I expected a picnic hobby anime, not whatever this is.
It's the intro screen to the GuP: Great Tankery Operation game.
Only Non Non Biyori and Yuru Camp. Supposedly Aria the Crepuscolo should also air that season, if this really happens then that too.
Nothing really appeals to me this season outside hataraku saibou, but managing to fully understand mushoku tensei's second episode without subs gave me the epiphany of trying out everything to train listening comprehension.
Still only watching hataraku saibou, the black spin-off, mushoku tense and tatoeba last dungeon…
Do you mean you could understand it just by listening or did you already know what happened from reading the LN or whatever?
You're being sarcastic but we've been in virus mode for literally a year at this point and I don't remember when BLACK at least was announced.
You probably know, but it's a homage to roadside picnic and 2ch urban legends: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunekune_(urban_legend)
The plot is girls(gay) being allured by the promises of the unknown. Most of the mystery will be left unresolved, as the characters themselves don't really understand what is happening. It's just how this kind of story is.
I actually didn't. So there's really not a plot or a mystery (that we'll actually get anywhere on)? Weird. It seemed promising but I'm just getting mired in "what the fuck" territory at this point.
They'll start piecing together the rules of the other world little by little and speculate on why things happen, so they will make progress, but I don't think we'll ever get a complete understanding.
Anyone else watching Gekidol? Last episodes have been wild
I've been watching mushoku tensei and tatoeba last dungeon and thinking about how public perception of each anime would change if budgets were switched.
What is the public perception of both? Is Mushoku Tensei well-received or something?
White Blood Cell mammaries are fucking gigantic man
How do they stay upright without a bra it's confounding
So whose body are they even in? The man is falling apart from like six different angles, how is he still alive?
He's being kept alive by ＪＡＰＡＮＥＳＥ ＳＡＬＡＲＩＭＡＮ ＳＰＩＲＩＴ
Yamato damashii indeed
Are there any anime that specifically attack the idea of the Japanese salaryman mindset? Seems like at least some of them are aware of how bs it is, from what some of my Japanese friends say.
The cat-girl buns of steel scene killed me.
The tail base scene?
this anime went into a direction I wasn't expecting