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おたく 05/10/2020 (Sun) 19:04:48 No. 805 [Reply] [Last]
>Watch youjo senki movie >Tanja blows up the palace of the soviets
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>>807 >the movie changed a ton of shit just to be more anti-commie The anime did too, making the Empire go from a satirical depiction and instead gets depicted positively, probably cause some fascist LARPers are the animators.
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>>5305 reposting from /b/ you can still watch the anime on china for some reason...
>watch isekai >it's shit how could this happen
>>5373 Oh look it's the Isekai hatefag with more unoriginal sageposting. Stay mad
>>5363 Hopefully not for long... though it does demonstrate hypocrisy of the regime.

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For me, it's gyarus おたく 05/18/2020 (Mon) 22:36:27 No. 648 [Reply] [Last]
Recommend me anime, manga and doujins with gyarus
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>>5445 I think it's alright if it's a character who isn't usually shy acting shy only on a few specific circumstances, but I really hate shit like the tomboy who secretly wants to be girly or the gyaru who secretly wants to be modest and submissive.
>>5447 >Massive cocks were had FTFY lol >>5448 >this basically I get that porn is porn, but overall it gets silly
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>>5447 shit, didn't notice that until you pointed it out
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>>5443 how do you even touch your penis to this second image?
>>5459 I don't, I laugh my fucking ass off that someone made this unironically for a fap.

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Gomrad Spurdo#HTmBuh 05/08/2020 (Fri) 14:04:19 No. 375 [Reply] [Last]
How would you go about fixing the Isekai (sub?)genre from its current state of mediocrity and stagnation?
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>>5051 >I was hyped, then I realized this was referring to a different show I realize this sounds like Kayaba from SAO Abridged now.
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>>805 Youjo Senki thread BTW
>>375 >make the setting something more interesting than just generic fantasy or video game world, something that would actually create interesting contrasts for the protagonist >alternatively, or additionally, make the protagonist something other than ordinary nondescript Japanese guy, give him interesting traits >no harem or powerfantasy bullshit >it doesn't even have to be a fighting or adventure plot Essentially fish-out-of-water stories are supposed to be interesting because of the contrasts between the MC and the world, most isekai is just blatantly "life sucks I wish I was an anime protagonist". No meta shit either. I mean parodies and """deconstructions""" are alright but they're no solution and eventually become saturated themselves. You're just binding yourself to what's problematic about the genre. Someone else mentioned Wizard of Oz. Literally one of the most famous stories in English literature is an isekai: Alice in Wonderland. But truthfully it'd be best to let it die for a while. Sometimes something is so overdone and tired that even a good version can be hard to enjoy.
>>5455 Pretty solid solutions
What anime needs is another GATE that isn't gross JSDF propaganda, maybe more in line with how StargateSG1 did it (which was in turn USAF propaganda but way better done).

Rising of the shield hero おたく 10/05/2020 (Mon) 19:51:43 No. 3897 [Reply] [Last]
Is it just Ayn Rand for weebs or is there a redeemable message in it?
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>>3906 As far as I'm aware, we can't unspoil files, only spoil them. Just make another topic and we can delete this one.
>>3919 Thank you youtubers for giving birth to thousands of pseuds like this that MUST apply their surface-level knowledge of political theory to all media they consoom.
>>3977 Political analysis of media is something everyone does, whether it is correct is another matter, but that's why this is a thread and not a thesis paper; people write out what they think and discuss. If you're not interested, DON'T READ IT. It's not that hard to hide a post and ignore it. <Muh youtubers People have and did do this on /a/ long before weeb youtubers were even a thing.
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Pic is me TBH, It's also basically the theme of Shield Hero's beginning (internalized).

Treatment of Animators bear 05/28/2020 (Thu) 00:52:54 No. 626 [Reply] [Last]
Discussion of the way that Animators are treated in the Anime industry. Firstly. why are animators treated like shit? Why don't they try forming unions? You're thoughts on this whole Animator Dormitory project? How can the West (I'm assuming that most of Bunkerchan is yankees and eurofags) help?
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>>5358 It's the way of capitalism Workers, artisans and peasants do the labour and creativity while the face of the product gets everything.
>>5358 Man, why did that guy destroy that manga? It didn't even look shit
>>5439 >Why Because consumerism -> wastefulness. There's a meme video where guy in a seagull mask is lying on the ground by a window and the camera-holder is throwing bread with "funny commentary:, 1 slice, 2 slices, 10, a whole fucking BOX of bread slices, enough to cover the person's upper body in bread slices... I don't think it was stale bread either.
>>5439 >>5442 It's because the girl on the first book's cover was implied to not be a virgin. No joke.
>>5452 ...sauce?! I need to know the details of such autism.

Cosplay おたく 11/26/2020 (Thu) 12:13:50 No. 5394 [Reply] [Last]
Things that are not anime and manga are also okay, and communist cosplay is even better.
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>>5412 >can't except imageboard users to be familiar with female anatomy. Yep, lol.
does historical re-enactment count as cosplay?
>>5440 Technically yes, I would say it does count.
>>5441 then i'm a communist cosplayer, i collect Warsaw Pact equipment for historical re-enactment
>>5450 Nicu desu! Can you show some of the equipment you got?

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Q & A おたく 10/25/2020 (Sun) 22:59:49 No. 4611 [Reply] [Last]
Thread for Questions and Answers that don't really belong in other threads as well as source requests. Post - Questions - Answers - Anime/Manga sauce
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>>5431 Oooh gotcha. It's from one of Youjiro Arai's work.
Is there anything similar in scope and feel to Legend of Galactic Heroes but at most half as long (so 50-ish episodes or less)? Doesn't have to be sci-fi. Sorry if this isn't quite the right thread but I felt like it would be worse to create a new one just for this. (Maybe we should have a general thread for recs.)
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>>5434 This is the right thread for questions comrade. - Legend of Galactic Heroes movie and OVA's essentially compress the same story type as the animated series into a few hours. - Iron Blooded Orphans is a mecha anime that has similar themes - The Special Duty Combat Unit Shinesman - I've heard people recommend Tytania (2008) - others: https://honeysanime.com/6-anime-like-ginga-eiyuu-densetsu-legend-of-the-galactic-heroes-recommendations/
>>5435 Thank you kind anon, I'll check these out.
>>5297 Pic 2 is Final Girl by Kokikuji You

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"Tomboy" has been robbed of its meaning. おたく 09/07/2020 (Mon) 11:08:56 No. 2731 [Reply] [Last]
When I was a wee lad I read Katawa Shoujo and ended up really liking Emi. She hit all the right spots for me personality wise. I finished her route with the impression that she was supposed to be the token tomboy among the main girls. To my astonishment, when I went on the Katawa Shoujo forum I found out that other people did not consider her a tomboy. How? She's the athletic, bold, energetic girl who likes to play rough. Did I not just describe a tomboy? Is it because she doesn't "look" like a tomboy? Ridiculous. It was as if at some point I had been transported to bizarro world where the word tomboy had been hijacked by pathetic fetishists who now tied the word tomboy to physical appearance. As the years went by I found myself highly attracted to 2D girls with varying types of what are culturally seen as masculine qualities. Like the aforementioned athletic, bold, energetic, likes to play rough but also aggressive, assertive, emotionally reserved, brash, vulgar, messy, short-tempered, rhetorical, analytical, philosophical, gluttonous, as lustful as a man and so on. In other words, women who behave like the worst and best of male cultural stereotypes. Do they "look" like tomboys? Some do. But even then I have nothing in common with the pathetic fetishists, the most egregious and possibly loudest of which circlejerk over 2D girls who only "look" like tomboys and otherwise do not deviate much from the assumed average girl who on top of that unironically fantasize about turning said "tomboy" into a traditional 1950s cooking, breeding and raising servant (read: wife). Don't believe me? Give a definition for the word tomboy. Then objectively think of all the fictional girls who come to your mind that fit that definition. How many have you never thought of as tomboys? It's not just the word tomboy that is being systematically destroyed by pathetic fetishists. The word gyaru did not simply refer to physical appearance alone, but a whole subculture. To be a gyaru it's not enough to dress the part, you also have to act the part else you're a poser right? That's how subcultures work. Gals are stereotypically vain, airheaded, trendy, extroverted, socially intelligent, gold diggers, Americaboos and so on. Today? Shy gyaru. Awkward gyaru. Recluse gyaru. Tomboy gyaru. Normal girl gyaru. Otaku gyaru. Of course a character turning out to be different from expectation is funny on the occasion, but when every gyaru is effectively a poser gyaru that's when you start getting mad. Hell, I've seen people start calling characters "gyaru" for simply having a shallow physical resemblance to gals (makeup, dark skin, blonde or pink hair, etc.) which is the very height of this fetish madness. As the capitalist world crumbles, as escapism rapidly turns into fetishism, as words become nothing more than visual pornographic descriptors, voices like mine will remain to scream and shout at the dying light.
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>>4705 >The world hasn't been "normal" since 2000 Fuck off, Shit in the 90s and 2000s was fucking great compared the past decade of sheer faggotry.
>>4705 >35 y.o. boomer Are you Jerma?
oh no that sucks
>>5003 It does indeed
>>2731 Speaking of Gyaru, thread >>648

Favorite Simpsons Episode/ Gerneral thread おたく 11/27/2020 (Fri) 00:22:55 No. 5426 [Reply] [Last]
Yes I know, it's an anime board. But since this board is relatively dead, how about a nice curve ball to spice it up? if worse comes to worse more the thread to /hobby/ Anyway, I just recently watched season 1 - 9 (and some one offs) and I was wondering what's your guys opinions on the show? I personally enjoyed it, with these being my top three: 1) Bart gets an F 2) Homers Enemy 3) E-I-(Annoyed Grunt) It's pretty obvious why 1 & 3 are solid, but I don't see people talk about 2 that much. Which I don't get why. Homers Enemy; Frank Grimes, is obviously the personification of the "dream American worker". The dream worker who in any dire situation will simply just "pull up his boot straps" and work harder to get a better life. The reality is though is that, no one actually cares about him going through those hardships. Yes, while Burns did originally try to hire him after seeing his struggle, he was predictably ignored after Burns found the next shiny thing to gawk at, and the hardships of Frank was quickly ignored by the rest of society. Maybe it was obvious and I'm slow, but the lesson that it taught is still a great reminder, that is: a system that abandons you to unnecessary hardships is not going to care if you actually succeeded in those hardships. This reality is hammered in further with Homer existence, one who has gotten off lucky and lived by all accounts a fairly fulfilling life. Any mess ups that Homer has cause is ignored since as long as profit is made, they don't care what he does. And his death is a great ending, Homer continues in the system with his actions since he cares not for the boss "making" his precious money, while Frank takes the approach that work is a virtue and mocks homer only to get killed accidentally when taking his mockery to the extreme.

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>>5426 Before reading your post I though Homer's Enemy was overrated. I think, given that Matt Groening was kind of a punk, so he was a bit leftist (dunno who came up with the episode though), it may have been intentional. My favorite Simpsons episode is probably the Treehouse of Horror that had Homer 3D. That was pretty cool.
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Technically this goes in >>>/hobby/ but frankly I don't mind. I'm not a big fan of Simpsons but I loved the couch gags and my favorite character is Apu, the man is neat, both embracing and subverting the Indian-immigrant stereotype. The hatred for his character by liberals is laughable. https://www.bitchute.com/video/9XLVvQAgiFE/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F68l9FozxJ8 My favorite couch gags https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/Triplets_of_Belleville_couch_gag https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/Guillermo_del_Toro_couch_gag https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/La-Z_Rider_Couch_Gag
anime = animation
>>5436 Well yes, but weebs and /co/ like to be pedants about separating Eastern and Western animation.

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Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai おたく 10/21/2020 (Wed) 14:30:25 No. 4315 [Reply] [Last]
The highest form of Japanese experimental literature, it is a disruptive, subversive entry into the incestuous world of culture.
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>>5343 >>5344 Don't know bout materialist, but the simplest explanation is that because of how alienating capitalism is, it is hard to make real bonds with people, and therefore a problem making romantic ones, thus the easy out is family members, who are already close to you. With an imouto the attraction may be protective as the older, bigger person - as opposed to the Ara~Ara 'let me coddle you poor boy' of Mother-son or Older Sister-brother relations. At least that is what I think, I could be wrong, I haven't studied this as a psychologist or something. Also the taboo factor of someone younger is probably another reason people like it (as with Eromanga Sensei). Pic is a captioned example of this fetish.
did this author ever make anything good
>>5378 I don't know why don't you read his works and tell us?
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>>5341 Yeah good point, its hard to treat it realistically and not focus on the inherently exploitative nature of most incest. I feel like Love Ribbon as mentioned before strikes a pretty good balance there tho. The subject matter is mostly serious and the characters react in mostly realistic ways to the events in the story, and it's a fairly innocent relationship between the two heroines, not really exploitative at all, as they are close in age and have grown up apart until then. Not very grimdark but I was dissapointed that it was fairly short.

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