Waiting for the 3rd movie release instead of shitty cam rips
> Spoiler Image?
If you like best girl, I don't see how you can bear the wait. The Homuservice is too strong.
>Not having watched it in theaters already
You asked who was homu here but it was only sayak. Spoilers aren't needed.
i like where this thread is heading to
Homura being an all-powerful Satan figure who can do whatever she wants and make people forget things doesn't really help the whole homu homu molester fan canon.
She is a stalker, not molester.
Yeah, I do like Kyouko. I don't see how it relates to the quality of the camrips though.
I just finished epiosde 4 and I'm high as hell. I didn't know this shit would be so trippy. Best anime I've ever seen.
>You'll never tickle Sayaka's feet
Yeah, her raping Madoka makes her naught but a stalker.
What's with all the shoops?
Homu a lazy slob husbando
so... when did this happen??
Meguca feet are fantastic
Both of the pairings are absolutely horrible to be honest
These niggas crayzy
you cain't do shit like this
you just cain't
not posting the correct version...
Homu is the America of mahou shoujo
I'll need the full set for this.
i only have two more...
Is this the Elevens' version of GENTLEMEN?
Why is Homura on 4chan?
Anyone have the Homu "I do not give a solitary fuck" gif?
Why is Sayaka in a lab coat?
Time traveler antics?
They need to get in an old-fashioned catfight and purge that bad blood
Fancutfag thread died so I was going through and looking at their changes. Looks like they changed a lot of the scenes to the BD version to match with the BD audio from the cut scenes.
But holy shit I forgot how much the movies improved the detail from even the BDs.
Seriously wish they re-did all of the scenes from the show and had thrown them up on the BDs for the movies as deleted scenes or something because the difference is pretty big.
It's actually fucking hard to decide between the better artwork in the movies or the missing scenes from the TV broadcast. I wish we had both.
Yeah I've been trying to work up the motivation to watch the tv blu rays again because, while the movies were a nice recap for me in prep for rebellion, I kinda miss those slower scenes in the series. Its understandable why they werent in the movie though. You can't pad or pace out in a movie the same way as a series.
Yeah, I think the series works better in the episodic format. There's just a few things missing going from series -> movie that really added to the overall enjoyment. Mami actually had more of a role and I think the extra time with her makes the death a little more impactful, also the things like the ED switch at the end of the 3rd episode and the Sayaka/Kyouko duet at the end of the 8th. Fuck, I just wish they could've completely re-did the series with that level of detail.
Let's just hope that if Shaft makes another TV season that Aniplex doesn't completely jew them on the budget like they probably did during the original run.
It's not budget, SHAFT just has poor time planning.
I just finished the series. Are the first two movies recaps or do I need to see them to watch the 3rd movie? I'll watch them anyway.
Homu best gril.
>do I need to see them to watch the 3rd movie?
>Homu best gril.
Normally, nah, but since you're Homu, yes. She gets extra scenes in Movie 2.
They're just recaps but with completely redone animation and audio and a few removed scenes from the first half of the series (with only one added I think). The animation is clearly an improvement but some people disagree with the music changes. Personally I think some music changes in the movie are better and some are worse, the only thing I dislike is how much they swapped out Sis Puella Magica for something else. Either way the music from both are still obviously great.
Homu a silly
Homu a BAMF.
Sayaka a shit.
She's a silly billy
Homura is always serious.
Surely she must let loose sometimes.
Never! That's why she's in the situation she's in!
Nah, she's got to. When no one's looking.
Yes, she lets loose on witches. Belt-fed LMGs are one of the best forms of stress relief.
>Belt-fed from hammerspace
Holy shit, if she made her own magical gun like Mami did, she could have it running endlessly.
We Homu here
Luminous, you say
And then this doujin was ruined forever. Thanks, Rebellion.
Unfortunately her crafting skill is F-
But she made her own bombs...
Oh, sorry, I meant her magic crafting. She gets at least a B in regular non-magic kind.
It was made all the more poignant, as she longs for her other half while no longer deserving to get close to the person she would sacrifice even the world for. Because in making the perfect world she also had to betray her best friend in order to create a world so she could be happy. It makes the eventual reunion and the gags in doujinshi all the more interesting.
And she doesn't get a bonus for having points in bombcrafting? Stupid specializations. I guess timestop takes up most of her skill points.
Don't worry, Ayukko has new fetish now.
This is a pretty good one
I'll say. Fuck the "wrong or right?" shit. They both just deserve happy lives.
On the contrary, it fits perfectly with Rebellion.
Homura did everything wrong and deserves to be unhappy.
this so hard
>tfw closest theater showing it is in fucking Paris
anyone here watched a camrip? Is it worth it? never watched a camrip before
Don't worry anon, God will punish her. Oh, she'll give her what she deserves alright.
But they can't be together and happy because Homura did everything wrong.
Colored area is the camrip.
Other than the lack of area coverage, it's great by camrip standards. The camera seems to be on a tripod, because it's steady as fuck and the audio is clear.
Go with [HomuSubs].
You're right, just look at all of the suffering she created.
>implying Homura created Madoka's family
>Don't, you're tearing me apart!
What're you saying anon? They're much too young to start a family.
Isn't that like, a really small area though?
Doesn't that ruin the experience?
They have no choice now.
It still sucks that Madoka is the only one shown having a loving family till the end.
And where the fuck is Homura's family?
Are all of them time travelers, that cause their own downfall and severe self hate?
I went through the camrip four or five times, and the only thing the tiny area did was make appreciate the splendor of the theatrical release that much more.
To each his own, of course.
Sayaka will always be the worst girl.
>Not kyuubei or kyouko
No, worst girl is Nagisa, Sayaka is second worst.
kyouko is worst girl
>magics people into her dad's cult
>her dad didn't want that and an heros
>is generally a bitch
Nuh uh, Sayaka will forever be the worst because of that scene where Sayaka is a massive cunt to Madoka for trying to console her. Nice going douche, you spat in your friends face for the crime of caring about you.
At least Nagisa is cute. Sayaka is complete shit.
nagisa is the goofier looking bitch
>going to the cinema
No, Charlotte is cute, Nagisa is a stupid bitch with a stupid outfit and stupid hat.
in all seriousness though she has a terrible design what is with her hair and that thrown-together magical girl outfit jesus christ
>The product of Ume's homolust
I'm sorry but puffy short are just stupid.
Wait until you reach 6 and 10.
So when do you guys expect a rebellion release? I won't watch camrips because I don't wanna ruin the experience.
I need this.
Mami's and Kyouko's family is still dead, and Sayaka's family is totally unimportant.
Homura's parents abandoned her at a Catholic orphanage because she was too useless and autistic.
BDs April 2nd.
Look what's here
>first page untranslated
>No theaters are showing it in Minnesota
This state is nice and all but I just want to watch the damn movie
>no theaters show in it Europe except for Paris
>the only way I can watch it is if I spend big money traveling to France and learn oui oui omelette du fromage language
You should've gone to the Chicago showing back in December. Shit was cash.
>Went to Chicago last week for some work
Sometimes this state just eats away at your soul
You have it worse off than me, I would expect that they have it more theaters in Europe though like London, Berlin, Moscow , Rome, Stockholm etc but only Paris what the fuck.
At least it's not as cold as Minnesota been lately
Post more of it.
No, I mean, never post it.
There aren't really that many European otaku. The only country with a remarkable amount of otaku is, well, France.
Which sucks balls because I fucking hate France
I still relatively new to anime but in my opinion I don't really see of the girls truly doing anything intentionally wrong
>Mami just let's her experience and charisma get the better of her
>Homura just wants to protect the one person that matters to her, Madoka.
>Kyouko's family tragedy gave a sort of misanthropic personality and a survival of the fittest mentality.
>Sayaka is fucking crushed that she gave her wish for her husbano but she can't be with her husbano because of her new found responsibilities of being a magical girl. Sayaka has a strong sense of justice and what is right and wrong, it's such a driving force for Sayaka it stops her from smart decision. I can relate to Sayaka from personal experience so that's why I feel like I'm coming off as a Sayaka apologist.
>Madoka is just Madoka I can't really explain it all too well but she ended the suffering of the magical girls
Any other opinions or did I miss anything?
I hate France too Anon, I hope we can watch it soon no matter where we seem to live
>Kyubey just wants to gather energy to stave off the inevitable end of all life in the universe
I forgot about Kyubey thanks anon
No, Sayaka can't be with her husband because she's a stupid bitch who lies to herself.
>Madoka ended the suffering of the magical girls
Except one, who never got the chance to protect her and got protected instead.
Madoka did nothing wrong.
I see it as self-sacrifice, Sayaka gave her wish in exchange for her service to the incubators and creating a soul gem just so her husbano can play the violin again. I see it comparable to the same self-sacrifice that Homura did to save Madoka by stopping her from becoming a magical girl. In the end I really both characters because Sayaka has flaws with her character yet has dedication to justice and Homura is dedicated to saving Madoka even though it's a fairly thankless job.
Except letting this happen.
She should have taken Homu with her and not letting Homu be the only one remembering her in a world where she's constantly reminded of her failures.
Homura's job is a thankless job I will admit but she never really cared about being thanked she just wanted to to protect Madoka. I like it when characters have 3d personalities, it makes you think about their motives more than you want to.
Sure, don't forget the obvious treachery of the incubators. Kyubey wanted to do anything to get Madoka to contract knowing she would become a witch that could destroy the world.
She had no power over that, obviously she didn't intend to just leave Homura forever.
Kyouko shouldn't have used her wish the way she did. Manipulating people's feelings is wrong, that's one of the things everybody knows about wishes/magic. Also she could have known her father would react like that.
Sayaka was very, very naive for using her wish the way she did, and she was being egoistical as fuck by expecting him to love her for it. Ulterior motives as fuck.
Not saying they're bad people or anything, but it's not true they're without mistakes. But then again, that's one of the things that makes the show so good to me.
True, but Madoka would give him so much energy that he would never need mahou shoujo again. It was a dick move, but I understand that the life of the universe is more important than the life of just one planet.
Say what you want about the incubators, but in the end they did it for a greater purpose.
You say that as if Madoka has a choice in the matter.
I think the best quote to describe the entire series is "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" no one is really a bad person, well except for the incubators
I really hope she had no power over that. That scene is the reason Homura takes human Madoka's word over Madokami's, The only thing the goddess ever did for her was leaving her alone.
>that he would never need mahou shoujo again
I doubt they'll stop there, they're aliens and they like intelligence they'll probably do more experiments if they had a chance.
Then why did Sayaka always witch out? Why didn't she just act on her feelings?
No, the problem with Kyouko and Sayaka's wishes are that they both used their wish to give someone else a miracle. The way the meguca verse works is that hope and despair must balance out, and in creating hope for someone else the despair must counter it at some point, hence Kyouko's family dying and Sayaka herself suffering the consequences of Kyousuke's new life.
That's what Kyouko was trying to get through to Sayaka with. Of course, Sayaka stubbornly sticking to her ideals and not wanting to regret her wish caused Kyouko to remember what she forgot about why she became a magical girl, hence why Kyouko was always so annoyed by Sayaka and following her around.
Yeah, but it doesn't really matter. As Madoka pointed out, if Kyubey's goal is to create witches, he is the enemy of humanity.
I just watched all things Madoka and I want to say something.
Madoka's brother is the cutest kid ever, holy shit.
bullshit, the incubators just wanted to maintain the space status quo with them on top for as long as they could.
It doesen't matter that you are new to anime, just like in real life everything isn't black and white. Everything is grey.
Except Madoka she's 100% good
I wish she doesn't because if she did I'd be mad.
She has no power over that, the only way to be with Homura is if she strangles her right then and she ascends to Valhalla, Madoka would never do that.
Well I'm just being the Devils advocate here but does the incubators goal justify the means. Because even though it brings this bounty of energy it creates a lot of suffering, I would we argue that it's just too immoral to get energy like that. Now as I've said I'm new to the anime thing so I might of missed of things, I don't recall Kyubey saying that their was an immediate energy crisis but the crisis will enviable come in some way, shape, or form. If their is time to continue research I'm sure they could a better way to combat entropy.
Of course she didn't have power over that. Why would she want to leave Homura, her friends, her family behind for no reason if she didn't have to?
It's a sacrifice, a compromise, a bitter sweet ending. They even left us with an optimistic quote, and in the end Madoka manages to talk to Homura. So it seems like Madoka is actually always with her in some form.
Or, you know, just slaps her and says "Bad Homura"
Becoming a God for the sake of everyone must be really tough if you can't save the one who needed it most.
Their cause is nobility but I don't think the ends justify means, and their lack of understanding of emotions causes them to make cold calculated decisions based only on numbers to get the maximum energy output from the magical girls, and the way they conceal their true intentions paints them as a Machiavellians
The greatest irony of the Incubators is that they were the ones who were playing around with a power that they didn't understand, and they wound up paying the price.
I think the greatest irony is that he can't understand why he's such an asshole.
I don't speak moon, but I did bring back this.
Still like 8 days until it's in the cinemas here.
Madoka looks pretty weird... would look better if she had her hand on Homura head or looking down.
You play with fire you get burned. It is ironic that in their attempt to get sustainable energy they created powers far beyond their control. It's like the nuclear bomb except it's cute and divine.
Futaba's silliness reminds me that we've gotten too complacent over here with image dumps and such. It's time we opened our GIMPs and Photoshops and got to exploiting.
But, I lack both of creativity and Photoshop skill.
But the incubators caused a lot of technological advancements for humans, remember? Without the incubators, we'd still be living in caves.
Even if you think the incubators are an enemy of humanity, they're still allies of the universe
I don't think we have any way of knowing how needed the energy created by mahou shoujo was or how much each mahou shoujo would prolong the lifespan of the universe.
But still, the incubators have caused many technological advancements on earth, and I don't think they had any bad intentions. In the end I think it balances out.
By the way, I just thought of something. I recall kyuubei saying something along the lines of "eventually humans will join us in space" but later on he says that if madoka becomes a mahou shoujo, she'd become a witch that would destroy earth. I haven't ever caught Kyuubei telling a lie, and it even seems out of character for him to do so. Is this a plothole?
If only everyone here loves fun, but /a/utists kills the fun in editing.
>Is this a plothole?
Different reactions to a changed situation aren't lies.
but it seems pretty obvious that kyuubei would have known Madoka would destroy the earth from the beginning. Kyuubei is obviously able to sense how strong a girl would be if she where a mahou shoujo, and a witch is just as strong as the mahou shoujo she used to be.
Obviously, if the earth gets destroyed, humanity can't join the space club.
The only way kyuubei could have said humanity would eventually join the space club is if
A) he was lying (which is out of character for him, he never lied before. He didn't tell some things on purpose, but even he said that he would have told them if they had asked) or
B) he knew from the beginning that Madoka wouldn't become a mahou shoujo/use her wish the way she used it, which makes absolutely no sense
Kyubey lies by omission all the time.
He said himself he didn't think she'd be able to one-shot WPN. He had no idea how strong Gretchen would turn out to be until he saw her.
Why is this flatness allowed
Is not really a lie if you are omitting information, QB simply omit information that he think is not important.
>I don't think they had any bad intentions.
Of course, because they don't have emotions so they do it work just for the advancement of the universe but at what cost? Playing with unstable emotions of girls?
That did bite them in the ass.
Coobie apologists please go.
I think the incubators are playing the sucker to catch a sucker here because who holds all the cards here, the incubators. Kyubey I think is just telling us convenient half-truths when it serves to forward his agenda. He withholds vital information on becoming a magical girl and later says that he didn't tell them because they didn't asked, i think that it's intentional and he would lie about details anyway to seal a contract. Kyubey lied to Kyouko telling her that their might be a chance to purify Sayaka's soul gem because he later tells Homura that it's impossible and Kyouko would just get in their way. Their is a lot more to Kyubey than we currently understand and the way he is playing this out could mean that he could be pulling strings behind the scenes influencing the way the magic girls make decisions. Think about it, did he let Mami die just to get Sayaka and more importantly Madoka to become magical girls?
Stop being an idiot, anon.
>Think about it, did he let Mami die just to get Sayaka and more importantly Madoka to become magical girls?
He didn't intentionally cause Mami's death, but the sudden appearance of the Grief Seed that hatched into Charlotte is really goddamn suspicious, when you consider where "full" Grief Seeds go.
Homu didn't have time to be a healthy girl.
Of course it's intentional, he said that no one makes contracts with him when he tells them all that stuff.
>but the sudden appearance of the Grief Seed that hatched into Charlotte is really goddamn suspicious
No, not really, do you even know the backstory of Charlotte? That she transformed when she was leaving the hospital is not impossible.
But witches manifest immediately upon the Soul Gem's shattering. Charlotte was in the form of a post-killed Grief Seed that regenerated back into a witch.
I think Kyubey is a perfect example of a Machiavellian character in the way that he fits the definition, he's cunning, scheming, and unscrupulous in the way he handles these contracts and he has never really revealed his true intentions to the girls
It's dishonest and shows he willing to omit very important details to get a signed contract. He's not a good a guy his goal to end entropy is noble but his actions to make it to that goal is built on the bodies of dead girls and it keeps growing.
He doesn't understand concept of honesty. He thinks it's girls own fault for making a contract when they are lacking information.
Yes, he is not a good guy, he is an alien monster not interested in well-being of humanity.
Kyuubei didn't really let Mami die though. As far as I know, kyuubei has never intervened with fights, and I don't think he's even able to.
You could argue he might have spawned that grief seed or whatever, but then it's starting to look a lot like fanon. I'd prefer to stick to whatever the show has told us.
It's true that kyuubei knowingly omitted a lot of information, and I agree that's a dick move, but I never caught him telling a lie.
I can agree to that to some extent, but remember that the incubators don't feel emotions - it's a pretty human thing.
But even though kyuubei could be considered an asshole by human standards, you can't get around the fact that
A) he managed to extend the life of the universe through the powers of cartoon science and
B) he gave humans a lot of technological advancements. Without the incubators, people on earth would still be living in caves.
No matter how you look at it, the incubators tried to make a fair deal with us
Kyuubei has said multiple times how they tried to make a fair deal - in exchange for becoming a mahou shoujo, you get one wish. This is entirely voluntary.
Of course kyuubei omitted some information - after all, becoming a mahou shoujo is sort of a bad deal and he has serious interest in people becoming mahou shoujo.
If the incubators truly didn't care about the wellbeing of humans, they would have just transformed random girls into mahou shoujo, and not have given them a wish or a choice. There is no evidence supporting the idea that they couldn't do this.
Also, to me kyuubei seems sort of like a "deal with the devil" character. Becoming a mahou shoujo means selling your soul for one wish.
Kyuubei's role in this anime is very similair to the devil in a lot of stories.
In most of these stories, the devil doesn't actually lie, but insteads omits information. While the deal is strictly speaking fair, people still always regret it later on.
This is why I feel that lying is out of character for kyuubei, but intentionally omitting information and deceiving people that way makes total sense.
The difference between Kyuubei and the devil here is that kyuubei has the ulterior motive of prolonging the life of the universe.
All in all, I wouldn't consider kyuubei to be a friend of humanity, but you can't say he lies or offers people unfair deals
It's that lack of a moral compass that makes me feel so uneasy about him, it feels like he has a understanding of morality but doesn't acknowledge it because he might see himself as a higher being beyond the need for what people call morality.
Right, like a cattle farmer understands that cows feel pain but it's not in his interests to prioritize their comfort over efficiency.
>it feels like he has a understanding of morality but doesn't acknowledge it
Yeeeah, it's not like he's constantly saying he doesn't understand things and shit.
I think he has a basic idea of what morality is, but morality is a very human concept, and he just doesn't feel that.
It's like being blind, you might have a basic idea of what colors are or what seeing is, but that doesn't mean you can actually see things.
And still, I think even kyuubei does have some morality. After all, kyuubei could probably just have forced girls to become mahou shoujo instead of giving them a choice and offering them a wish in return, also refer to my post here: >>100835878
Also, what kyuubei does is ultimately for a great good - to prolong the lifespan of the universe. True, turning a girl into a mahou shoujo might emotionally harm some humans, but who knows how many alien civelizations are out there, and by how much he's prolonging their life? In the end, I think prolonging the life of the universe outweighs the emotions of a few humans.
Have these artists ever considered that I WANT to see Homura penis?
>what is pixiv
>He replies to both of my post
I'm working on a real response now. I just don't want to be left hanging in the wind
Well you'll have to go on discussing allthis with someone else, I'm gonna watch Steins;Gate
It was was a please discussing the morality of cartoon space cats with you, anonymous
>tfw I'm a raging foot fetishist
J-just let me watch steins;gate in peace!
this is worse than those light was right debates
The main point about Mami dying I don't think it's up for argument that she had a giant impact on both Sayaka and Madoka. But in reality I believe that his intentions was much more sinister, by killing Mami, than having Sayaka fall into despair causing both Sayaka and Kyouko to die leaves only Homura and Madoka. I this would force Madoka's hand when Walpurgis Night comes knocking down the front door. Homura can not take it on alone thus forcing Madoka to sign a contract with QB. By eliminating the competition QB gets his precious energy source.
Now the incubators
Emotions are a defining point in what makes us human. The incubators don't have emotions, all they see is logic and that's how they dictate their decisions. Even though they try to make a fair deal with humans they simply don't have the capacity to make a fair deal because they don't understand emotion, it's not a black and white issue of who is right and wrong simply put it what the incubators see as a fair deal someone will always see as getting shafted because they lost someone they loved in exchange for a new gizmo.
I guess it all comes back to my original post about how nobody is right or wrong it's too gray to even make the assumption that they did what was right.
All this talk about humanism, theology, and philosophy make me want to smoke my cigar right now and its only 8.50am
Better than the standard waifu war
TBH madoka would certainly have become a mahou shoujo if Mami survived. She promised this to Mami.
Mami's death actually repelled Madoka from becoming a mahou shoujo, which is obviously not what kyuubei would want.
I don't think kyuubei is "right" or "wrong" either. Right and wrong are human constructs, which obviously don't work for aliens.
welcome to 2 years ago
What, you don't like time capsules?
I think that's what is so unsettling about QB everything I know doesn't really apply to him because he's an alien. It's to the point where I can't really judge his actions, I can only gauge the aftermath of his choices. It makes me wonder did they ever have something similar to morality or did they simply forget about it?
I'm pretty sure they had it. I"m pretty sure kyuubei said something like that, that they used to have it but that they no longer do.
At the very least some of them have it, buy the incubators consider it to be a mental disease
All is right with the world.
I guess it was the lost of what we call morality that spelled the incubators downfall than a bit poetic yeah?
Seriously, Homura should accept her position as bottom and let Madoka take care of everything.
Is it true that in one of the mangas QB discusses with another Incubator that there actually is a way to reverse the turning MG's turning into Witches?
I don't know if you're referencing to something that occured in Rebellion (I haven't seen it) but as far as I know, the incubators where still alive and kicking after Madoka's wish
then again this might be a reference to something that happened in Rebellion, and I wouldn't know.
The only manga where QB talks with another Incubator is Kazumi, but I haven't read so I can't tell you.
In fairness, she tried. Madoka is still learning how to be the top, which causes problems.
I wish I could see the film but no theater in Minnesota is showing it. I did here that the incubators got force feed a little slice of heaven by someone stronger than them.
>I did here that the incubators got force feed a little slice of heaven by someone stronger than them.
You could say that.
Or did they get force feed a large portion of hell?
Either way, they got what they deserved.
Come up to Duluth and we can be warm under my covers until BDs arrive.
Pleiades Saints are trying to reverse witch transformation. For that, they modified one of Incubator bodies and made Rejuvenator, who would clean their gems. Plan failed, because Incubator's bodies can't really clear despair, it just made their gems look shiny on surface. Kyubey tried to talk to Juubey, but Juubey couldn't even notice him.
Also, that manga is a mess and isn't canon.
>Another MN bro
Want to suffer through the cold together?
didn't read any of them b/c the art was bad
Just desserts for greedy aliens if you ask me
watashi wa alienjin degeso
It's always warmer with two.
All incubators are QB. They are hivemind. Rebellion confrirmed it.
So weird. In other shots, her breast are larger.
so all incubators are anons?
No. Not at all. Fuck off.
That sounds exactly like what a kyuubei would say!
I always wanted to chill out with someone from /a/ it would either be a good time or a fist fight
Angry sex is the best
Sounds about right
I don't think these two really want to fight because violence breeds violence but in the end it has to be this way
Madoka: I wish Homura had never met me.
I can see them doing something like this in the next movie.
>Ditching a friend
Kyubey was right. I see everyone giving him/her/it/ a bunch of shit online, even the wikipedia page lists Kyubey as the main antagonist of Madoka.
But can we all accept that he was fucking right? In the bizarre laws of that universe, everyone's fucked if there isn't the magical girl/witch equation taking place. And he makes it relatively painless for them, even gives them a lot of nice benefits too. Pretty nice considering his/her race is completely emotionless.
It's a moral grey area of whither the ends justify the means.
This. I've been saying this all time this thread
As a brit otaku, I can confirm this. You seriously have to hide your powerlevel in yurop. It's not seen as cool or cute or anything other than downright creepy. However french are fucking assholes anyway so whatever
I would think she'd make the wish to keep Homura from going even more batshit . I would think it'd be like a reversed situation that happened in Rebellion, only with Madoka going against Homura's wishes to do what's better for her rather than Homura going against what Madoka wanted.
Judging by what we've seen of her more self-depreciative side, she'd probably feel like she's caused nothing but suffering in Homura's life. Of course, I'm not saying she /has/ but Madoka always saw herself as a burden in the later timelines.
TBH I don't hide my power level, but there's just not that big of a community here. Little conventions, very little shops, et cetera.
Nobody has ever treated me bad for watching anime and reading mango, but then again I don't spout it around (if someone asks I'll tell them, but I generally don't mention it). And I'm sort of a broad-shouldered big guy so people don't fuck with me easily.
Also I just don't give a fuck about what people think.
QB's face when I ask for more wishes
>But can we all accept
No. There is no opinion regarding morality that everyone will agree with. Never.
I'm pretty open with my weeabooness here in Minnesota, it adds personality or as I was told a normal guy with a quirk. I find people generally don't give a shit so I don't beat it with a dead horse or act like an autistic man-child. I still hide my powerlevel around my family when they visit.
>Pretty nice considering his/her race *was* completely emotionless.
Looks like QB had a bit of an accident
I'm afraid this thread is getting too much rebellion spoilers.
I'll take my leave now.
I wish you all the best,
Kyubey did nothing wrong, Homura a shit, etc.
Does this the waifu wars are back on?
>Does this the waifu wars are back on?
If my English is that broken I think it's I stop posting and go to sleep
>that giant left hand
Why is Homu so gay
Why does Sayaka looked so stacked there?
To be honest the optimal viewing order is BD 1-8, Eternal, Rebellion, Season 2
she has huge titties
homura does too in this episode w....t....h..........
>Eternal and not 9-12
Blugh, not with that goofy forest scene
That's Oriko you're thinking of. Kazumi has some pretty cute designs. It mangles certain elements about witches and relies way too much on flashbacks/events that happened prior to the series though.
Not everyone can be Mami, anon.
>that goofy forest scene
How does it feel having shit taste?
Shaft was so inconsistent in Madok.
Eternal was a terrible movie.
It's constituent parts were great, but strung together as a movie, it was terrible.
>everything that makes up the movie is great but it's bad
still not as goofy as this
It was legitimately put in the same order as the series, so I don't even know what you're talking about. The only thing was the insert to transition into the flashback, which in my opinion looked nice.
>It was legitimately put in the same order as the series
That was exactly the problem. You have the episode nine part just dangling at the beginning and episode 10 practically should have been a movie on its own to begin with instead of this big aside in the middle of a nearly two hour film.