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36169 No. 36169 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
one of my favorite anime. too bad there's no continuation even if the author said he would continue it. (we only got a LN in japanese only unfortunatly)
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>> No. 37054 [Edit]
Japanese production company Toei announced today that influential anime and manga creator Leiji Matsumoto, best known for creating Space Battleship Yamato and Galaxy Express 999, passed away on February 13 in a Tokyo hospital due to acute heart failure. He was 85.



Matsumoto was born in Kurume, Fukuoka prefecture on January 25, 1938. As a child and teenager during WWII, Matsumoto watched many American cartoons and comics through his father, a test pilot for the Japanese Imperial Army, as he was moved around due to the war. He was able to witness many planes during his early years through his father’s work and raids from the US Army.



He channeled his interest in cartoons and science fiction by forming a manga doujinshi group in elementary school. Matsumoto moved to Tokyo in 1953 to pursue a career in manga at the age of 18, debuting with Mitsubachi no Boken, a manga Matsumoto wrote while finishing high school.



Since then, Matsumoto is known for creating works such as Space Battleship Yamato, Captain Harlock, Galaxy Express 999, Queen Emeraldas and so many more influential works that inspired generations of artists around the world.
>> No. 37107 [Edit]
He did the character design for a series of music videos for Daft Punk.
If you are looking for "full story" here is the order:
1."One More Time"
2."Aerodynamic"
3."Digital Love"
4."Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger"
5."Crescendolls"
6."Nightvision"
7."Superheroes"
8."High Life"
9."Something About Us"
10."Voyager"
11."Veridis Quo"
12."Short Circuit"
13."Face to Face"
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34830 No. 34830 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Another VRMMO anime, but this time the main character wears a bear suit.
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>> No. 37087 [Edit]
>>35273
Season 2 is now airing.
>> No. 37091 [Edit]
>>35273
>and though her powers are a deus-ex-machina it really doesn't matter since unlike Bofuri the focus isn't on the wacky things they're doing but on the friendships and people she gets to meet
Normally the whole isekai cheat power thing makes me roll my eyes, but I admire how Yuna's devoted her powers to small but meaningful acts of charity and that she has the humility to reject the spotlight. This trope is so much less annoying when it's used in service to others, not just for the main character's self-aggrandizement.
>> No. 37232 [Edit]
Keeki keeeki fuwa fuwa keeki mainichi tabetai fuwa fuwa keeki~
>> No. 37282 [Edit]
I think s2e11 is the first time we've seen Yuna without her neet pajamas bear suit on, and the gap moe is too cute!

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4558 No. 4558 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Let's have a thread for screencaps! Please try to avoid spoilers, and when you post something spoilersome at least mark it as a spoiler pic properly.

Haado modo: Post only 'caps you've taken yourself.
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>> No. 36458 [Edit]
>>36457
There's a difference in the kind of struggle you see in a SoL and the struggle of the real world. I think the difference is the honesty that >>36456 mentioned. In CGDCT/SoLs you may have some conflicts between friends and some fights, but the characters remain honest and open. Despite turmoil, there remains a clear-cut sense of rightness in the world, and uncertainty is only short-term is nature. Put another way, I would feel comfortable confessing my secrets, worries, and dreams (if I had any) to them [characters in a CGDCT/SoL], and I'd be confident that they would patiently listen, smile and accept me, for no other reason that they are fundamentally kind people.

In the real world, people are selfish by necessity, all actions are ultimately taken from the framework of maximizing personal gain (even actions like "donating to a charity" are a farce to increase the schmuck's vanity). People are not fundamentally "good", but rather fundamentally opportunistic and self-serving (which can at times appear to manifest as "good" depending on the circumstance).

In the context of the real world, the platitude that "struggle builds character" is mostly used as a back-rationalization/means of coping with the unpleasant circumstances one finds himself in, and ultimately as a means of trying to attribute some purposefulness to the struggle.

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>> No. 36459 [Edit]
>In the real world, people are selfish by necessity, all actions are ultimately taken from the framework of maximizing personal gain
I pity those people. I don't have the energy for that. It's easier for me to be kind and have those people go away quickly without incident. I couldn't care less about being out a few dollars or losing a couple minutes. So long as I don't have to talk as much.
>> No. 36460 [Edit]
>>36459
>I pity those people
>It's easier for me to be kind
You're contradicting yourself. You're not "maximizing your personal gain", but you do act based on self-interest.
>> No. 36461 [Edit]
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Just shared my thoughts when looking at my old Yuru Camp s1 screenshot folder.
I meant struggle as in the painful grind that it is in real life, entirely different from what you can appreciate in a slice of life show. Whereas it wasn't my intention to start a debate, I think >>36458 understood well what I tried to convey with the previous post.

I hope life doesn't get too bad and we can all take it easy more often.

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32770 No. 32770 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Season2 is out now.
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>> No. 33081 [Edit]
>>33054
That it is... only one punch!
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>>33028
the latest ova might explain that to you
>> No. 37036 [Edit]
One Punch Man Season 3 ワンパンマン 3 rumored to be animated by MAPPA!?!
>> No. 37037 [Edit]
>>37036
I really don't like the weird, yet status-quo preserving direction the manga went for the garou fight. The webcomic handled it much better.

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36662 No. 36662 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What do you guys think should be required viewing for our little community here? Stuff that by all accounts everyone here should be familiar with.

Lain is the obvious choice, but can you guys name any others?
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>> No. 36991 [Edit]
>>36986
Lainchan used to be good. But then the arisuchan/kalyx drama happened and all the high-quality posters left. Now it's full of schizos and generation Z kids, the thread you linked is an example of that.

Well, at least it's better than /g/
>> No. 36993 [Edit]
>>36991
>all the high-quality posters left
I wonder how many of them posted to tohno-chan since /navi/ still seems have quite a few good ones.

>Well, at least it's better than /g/
It's all over if this comparison is made.
>> No. 36995 [Edit]
>>36993
I'm dramatizing it a little bit... though pretty much all boards besides the tech boards are pretty shit, the technology boards are still pretty good. tc's /navi/ is better, but it's much slower.
>> No. 37030 [Edit]
>>36910
Do not watch something you know you wont enjoy for sure, there is no purpose. You might understand references, but references to something you again do not enjoy. That sounds stupid. I like Evangelion a lot so I would recommend it to other people but to watch it just so you could chameleon your way into a community is wrong

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2446 No. 2446 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Let's have a thread for "old" stuff (i.e. not from the newest season) that you're catching up on.

Pic related: I'm watching Hidamari Sketch x 365 (AKA the second season). I've been thinking for awhile lately that I wanted to watch something with a "weird" character like Osaka/Rin, and Miyako kinda fits the bill, so this was just what I'm looking for.

What are you watching?
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>> No. 36994 [Edit]
>>36983
Original
>> No. 37007 [Edit]
Didn't expect Xabungle to have anti American undertones since it's so lighthearted. Thought it was just a Gundam western on a desert planet. It's supposedly set on the desert planet Zora where "civilians" live in the harsh wasteland, while the "Innocent" elite live in protected domed cities that are illegal to attack.

Turns out it's actually set in a post apocalypic version of Earth where the Americans, the "Innocent", nuked everything and set up a new system where they have military bases everywhere (the domes) from which they control the "civilians", i.e the Japanese.

The nuke, the B-29 and the Earth world map showed inside the bridge of the new captured Iron Gear all hint to this. Other than that it's a fun show, pretty much a remix of the original Gundam with the White Base arc in a western setting.
>> No. 37011 [Edit]
I'm re-watching season 1 of Chaika.
I watched most of it when it was airing, but I fell off around episode 8 or 9, I don't recall.

It's fun! Chaika is cute.
>> No. 37014 [Edit]
>>37011
Just finished Season 1, but it turns out I had in fact seen all of it before and it was just memory-holed. I guess it is a fairly mediocre series that aired 9 years ago.
I still like it, though. For all of its mediocrity and complete lack of attempt at worldbuilding and aesthetic, it's a fun show with some cool things like gun magic.

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27161 No. 27161 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
In this moment, Hibike is euphonium. Not because of any saxophony Haruhi or Madoka’s blessing, but because she is enlightened by her own boobies.
>> No. 27162 [Edit]
HAHAHA, I know all about that epic meme. Thanks for posting!
Tell everyone on 4chan how you made a big hit on TC with this post, they're be happy for you.
>> No. 36988 [Edit]
Sound! Euphonium: The Movie - Our Promise: A Brand New Day - Official Trailer (HD) [English Sub]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZMIH7qg-OU
Just saw it; made me cry.
>> No. 36989 [Edit]
>>27162
At least it's original. I'd personally have posted it to /lol/ unless it was paired with something else more substantive though.

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36985 No. 36985 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
4koma romcom about a tomboy. Anime made her more masculine. Was generic until this happened:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54EE_acskfI

Bonus for japanese practice:
https://sai-zen-sen.jp/comics/twi4/tomochan/

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36965 No. 36965 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
For anyone living under a rock, this got a 3DCGI remake.
>> No. 36968 [Edit]
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Saw the first ep. I wanted to keep an open mind about this, but man...
Starting with appearances. I don't hate the character redesigns as much as some other people seem to, but I do still think they're not great. They look a bit derpy. I don't know why they felt the need to give Vash a gaudy scifi looking arm. keeping the nature of his arm secret in the original meant he didn't have all his cards on the table, it was just one of the many tricks up his sleeves. It was logical to just have a normal looking arm.
A lot of the animation seems overly exaggerated, but that stuff isn't what really bugs me. In the original you have this desert planet, maybe it's a post apocalyptic earth, maybe it's a stylized version of the old west, maybe it's just a fantasy world. It takes time to peel away the layers and unveil the reality of the situation and why these people are on this planet, as we also slowly learn the backstory of our main character, who and what he is. Instead, the remake's opening scene throws that all out the window and explains everything upfront. By the end of the first ep they unveil Vash's brother is behind the disaster, that he's the big baddy of the series and so on. Can't say I much like the idea of dumping everything right up front. So instead we get this huge and abrupt shift from Eve Online to Boarderlands. I could see it working if the first ep or two was just life on the ship, establishing these character would make rem's loss and knives betrayal have that much more of an impact, instead they rush all that. Our first intro to vash shows him hung upsidedown and left to die, which I think is just their way of showing him with out stretched hair like his old look as a kind of nod to the original character design. That just left me wonder why in the hell the gang that did that wouldn't turn him in for the reward money. I feel like I could keep going on and on with things that seemed dumb or annoying but in the end, it just doesn't feel like it's very well thought out. Feels like they're just intending on going with style over substance, but it doesn't even look that great. I'll probably keep going, but my expectations are pretty low now.
>> No. 36969 [Edit]
>>36968
Remakes are always pointless. Every time it's the same shit. Going from cells to CGI is also a massive downgrade. I can't care.
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I thought she might just show up latter, but it's sounding like Millie got cut from the remake and replaced by some drunken old man.

Why the crap would you do that?!
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Look what I found!

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34976 No. 34976 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Why was the older thread deleted? While I've only finished the first episode, I thought it was at least promising as a slice of life.

Given that the story is about struggling comedians, I think it's to be expected that the jokes will fall a bit flat. (It also doesn't help that the fuckishit subs supposedly clobber any semblance of a joke. There are alternate ones made courtesy of someone on 4/a/, but they're delayed by a week).

I wonder if they'll keep the train joke as a running gag throughout the show. At some point it's got to elicit a chuckle at least.
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>> No. 36936 [Edit]
>>36935
>It's trivial to see that if you preserve only popular files, eventually the long tail of "unpopular" files will disappear.
You're making the assumption that people will only have an interest in popular files. If people distribute what they're interested in, even less popular things will be preserved. What will disappear is that which nobody has enough of an interest in to distribute.
>> No. 36937 [Edit]
>>36936
>that which nobody has enough of an interest in
Which is quite literally the definition of unpopular. The pool of people distributing is a subset (and likely not even a representative one at that) of the population at large, and has the obvious constraint of temporality. If you can guarantee that no person anywhere in the world in the future will ever have in interest in that file, then I agree there's no point preserving it. That's a very strong assumption to make, and under those odds the marginal utility of archiving an additional copy of a popular file is entirely dwarfed by the marginal utility of archiving an unpopular one.

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>>36937
>Which is quite literally the definition of unpopular.
I don't agree. Death Note is popular. I would not call some of the things I've archived popular, but I archived them, because I'm interested in them, in an archeologist sort of way.
>> No. 36939 [Edit]
>>36938
> I would not call some of the things I've archived popular
That doesn't contradict my point in any way. All things that are at risk of disappearing are unpopular. Not all unpopular things are at risk of disappearing. I will admit that saying "is the definition of" implies a biconditional, not one-way implication (*), which is my bad for not being precise enough (I'd assumed it was self-evident enough that colloquial language would be sufficient, but I guess not). Either way quibbling over the definition of "unpopular" doesn't have any material bearing on the second (and more significant) aspect to >>36937


(*) I'm fairly certain the biconditional actually does hold, you just need to more precisely/formally define "unpopular" instead of handwaving it. But that's an orthogonal discussion.

Post edited on 31st Dec 2022, 10:45pm

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36568 No. 36568 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [Last 50 posts]
I dunno about you guys, but this has been one of my most anticipated anime.
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>> No. 36900 [Edit]
>>36899

I get why they didn't want to have GoodJob-san just buy things, because then it's not a team effort. It doesn't quite seem like they destroyed the clubhouse entirely, and I guess they'll probably patch the floor of it later. I guess if you want to put the literary goggles on you can handwave something about how the tree house inherits the spirit of the old clubhouse, or how it marks a new generation of DIYers so it's only fitting that the old one be disassembled. But I would have preferred they do something cool like that thatched roof she mentioned.

>> No. 36901 [Edit]
>>36900
They could have just put in a skylight.
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>> No. 36916 [Edit]
>>36915
I completely forgot that GoodJob-san was leaving at the end of the term. I'll miss her and her interjections.

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