I'm locking this thread. I would have deleted this. This serve as a reminder not to spam the forums since this site has illegal streams.
Just finished the episode a few minutes ago. From first impressions, you got a smart, serious protagonist, a sister who is oddly attached to her brother (I don't think it's blood related.), a monk with an uniform fetish, and more. I'll keep watching it.
One request for next time. If the image or wiki page has adult material, put NSFW in your request. I was on the family computer. Luckily, my siblings were playing games in their bedroom.
A suggestion would be explaining the website. Otherwise, this counts as spam. I'm looking up the site and such. I'll get back to you later since I'm busy with the spring 2014 anime guide project.
I know that a lot of these shows are region lock. Do what you can. It's part of the site to encourage legal access whenever possible. All that counts in the end is folks discussing their shows and promoting the discussion threads.
Had to edit your comment. The lines between legal streaming site and nonlegal streaming sites are blurring. Can't blame you if you confused one site for being legal.
The art style in Jojo's is pretty unique. Kind of old school gothic style.
Go to the Movies & TV Club and ask to make a discussion thread if you like. You must be one of the Screened users, right?
Fate Zero for me. Attack on Titan never made me cry. I wasn't attached to any characters. Only a few characters made me care, but they weren't in danger of dying.
Fate Zero's season 1 was slow. No one died in season 1, the combatants. No one was safe in Fate Zero. It made me jump in my seat. Attack on Titan was better when you do a marathon. Attack on Titan had a manga as its original source. Part of it made the pacing and the suspense suffer. Fate Zero does better on character development and tying things together. Plus, the writing by Gen Urobuchi was superb than Attack on Titan. It was riveting and moving.
I don't think Fate Zero suffered from hype like Attack on Titan and Kill la Kill. Unlike those two series, they had key flaws, but if you're just watching it without being so analytical, you would enjoy it better.
Updated the OP with the Crunchyroll link. Thanks for the reminder. I'll try the first episodes if I can. I'll be busy working on the spring 2014 guide.
Have to edit your manga scans. Remember, you have to remove the pirated watermark. It's easy. Open a paint program and white it out with an eraser or any tools.
You conveniently overlooked Midora's blending ability.
Also stop behaving like condescending douche bag.
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