There's an animated hentai I've been trying to find the source to for about half of my existence. It's a hentai where there's giant business men attacking a city, and there's a group of magical girls trying to stop them. The only scene I can remember is, one of the giant salarymen fucks a building, and blows huge yellow cum in it. The subtitle was something memeable, like "BUILDING FUCK, FEELS NICE." Anyone have any idea what I'm talking about?
Brand new /jam/ General; let's start with some spicy content.
Well-known tittycow-drawing mangaka turns out to be pedo buying porn from Germany. Let's see if he gets off as easily as the creator of Rurouni Kenshin in terms of punishment. https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2021-12-19/police-arrest-please-tell-me-galko-chan-creator-kenya-suzuki-for-importing-child-porn/.180797
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>>92742 I agree--and the story itself often makes jokes about her being chubby or worried about her weight. That would make a lot more sense if she were actually kind of curvy. And she's still adorable, and probably even more of an "every girl" this way.
>>92743 May as well ask why does Ami have blue hair and Michiru have green.
It's because anime likes to use creative color palettes than just giving everybody the same hair color and eye color. it's especially important when all the characters wear uniforms so that you can tell characters apart from far away easily. This is easier with live action, but with cartoons where the designs are simplified and stylized, palette differences can be important for that sort of thing.
For that matter, it's just more fun for the artists to use lots of different colors when drawing. And in the original manga of course, Usagi's hair was often pink when it was colored, rather than blonde--lighter pink than Chibi-Usa's, but definitely pink. It's just artistic expressiveness.
>>93418 I was expecting it to be meso-american flavored Record of Lodoss War, but it became a mystery anime during episode 4. Still meso-american flavored fantasy adventure anime, just less emphasis on 'adventure'. It's a tad on the talky side, so it's not for everyone. It's premise, setting, mystery, and characters had me intrigued and enthralled so I loved the shit out of it even if it had a "FUCK YOU READ THE LN" ending, which I know rubs people the wrong way. It's 12 episodes I don't regret and still my AotS for Summer 2015.
>>92179 The different adaptations spun off from the original OPM are all complete shit.
Especially the manga. Murata just can't help himself in dragging things out like a glacier stuck in tar, adding stuff that completely destroys the writing or repeatedly going back to redraw chapters he's already done