Who is your Miyazaki waifu?
Miyazaki heroines are all great but Kiki is more of a daughteru, if anything. She's like 13, come on.
That being said, I watched The Wind Rises tonight and Naoko is just gorgeous.
You too nigga
Aren't they all just Nausicaa clones in different settings?
Spoken like a true ignorant. Saged, hidden, reported to the taste police.
She reminds me of Aeka.
>She's like 13, come on.
Stop bastardizing the waifu term and stop sexualizing cute daugtherus.
No one likes this slut?
Oh god fucking damn it moot not this shit again.
The one that doesn't wear underwear
Thank you anon.
Where the hell did you find it? I can't on any of my usual sites.
None of you fantasized fighting alongside with her, shouldering her burdens?
I want to push her off so badly.
I live in France so I watched it in small theater near me. It was subbed so well worth it.
all the ones with that facial style.
sorry chihiro. cute body and all but yeesh that face
anyone old enough to live on their own is old enough to make their own decisions you newfangled troutsandwich
>"stop bastardizing the term waifu"
>proceeds to use a bastardized version, and pluralize it at that
i suppose you also say husbando. learn how japanese works, you sound like an idiot
i liked her better when i thought she wasn't wearing pants
She's more of a cumdump than a waifu
Waifu is a Japanese word now?
I know she isn't Miyazaki, but Ghibli in general should count.
She sparked my love for catgirls.
no, but it's a word which works according to 'how japanese works'
ergo if you're going to try to use or coin an analogue, you have to ALSO use the rules of how japanese works
gonna need sauce there
>no, but it's a word which works according to 'how japanese works'
According to whom or what?
Boku no The Cat Returns
When Japanese speak English, it's converted into Japanese syllables. So stuff like Hamburger becomes Hanbaagaa, and cheese becomes Chizu.
jesus christ, are you really this dense?
waifu is how a japanese person would pronounce the word wife. it's not just 'adding u to the end'
that's like thinking adding -o to anything makes it spanish, or the plural of anything that ends in s being -i
i apologize, that was a bit harsh. i should have been more like >>100877280 and >>100877350
dose anyone know how daughter would be pronounced? it has a lot of those syllables that have a tendency to go several different ways when interpreted.. dotteru, datteru, daataa, dottaa.. datoru..
>waifu is how a japanese person would pronounce the word wife.
I may be pretty stupid, but even I realize that.
I still don't understand, or you've yet to explain to me why the rules of pluralized Japanese terms apply to waifu, which is simply the transliteration of "wife" in English pronounced with a Japanese accent.
It's not a real Japanese word. Same goes for derived terms such as "daugtheru" coined by 4chan.
I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm only saying you're not explaining very well why you are or are not.
Will you faggots shut the fuck up and post waifus goddamn.
because saying 'waifus' just sounds stupid. it'd be waifuzu, but part of 'saying it like a japper would' is not using plurals. it's like you don't understand what makes the phraseology fun and interesting to begin with
4chan coins stupid terms sometimes. that is why i'm so butthurt, because incorrect terms catch on like fucking crazy whereas correct terms (hazubando for example) never get used.
according to trussel it's dootaa. british influence i expect
i saw someone post 'cutefu' once. i wanted to reach through the internet and tear out their larynx
Your autism is showing
There are joke terms to begin with. Their meaning may go beyond that, but no one writes waifus, or husbando, or daugtheru in the sense that they think this would emulate Japanese pronunciation.
who's left? satsuki? that girl from up on poppy hill?
i know this isn't much of a retort, but 'no u'
i very disagree with your thinking but you're entitled to it
i liked that nerdy girl that lived in the boarding house
Ah, so we went from me being factually wrong to being entitled to my opinion. I can deal with that. I can also deal with saying daugtheru, instead of however it would be pronounced by a Japanese.
Everyone's forgotten about Sheeta. Why is /a/ so cruel?
.. could you at least put the h where it belongs? that can't be a typo, you've spelled it that way four times now
fuck how did i forget tiny waifu? so spunky, so cute.. that barbarian fella was lucky
who? naw jk. but seriously, who? was that from laputa?
Maybe daugtherus are some sort of eldritch abomination...
ALL WILL FEAR DOGG-THERU
actually maybe that was a subtle reference to therru from gedo senki. she was pretty hot for someone who was supposed to be horribly scarred by burns
My bad. I'd say I'm lacking sleep but I was just not paying attention.
She's from Laputa, yes.
the two tend to go together
It's okay, she's a relative new-comer. You're forgiven.
Shame the rights-holders to Pippi Longstocking shut down Miyazaki's adaptation... Would've been kawaii as fuck.
typing letters in the right order is pretty hard, i'll give you that
my keyb likes to do shit like not recognizing which key let up first, resulting in 'dose' and sometimes letters on the wrong side of spaces
oh god, right?
though at least she was recycled for Panda Go Panchira
>There are people on /a/ right now who haven't seen Laputa
Fuck this shit, I'm out of here.
i've only seen it like twice
despite the awesome villain and really nice visuals, it feels so dry to me.. it never pulled me in, and you'd think a movie about a floating island would be pretty awesome.. but.. honestly I found myself more interested in those hilarious pirates
Mine is in this picture here, but it ain't Fio.
>sexualizing the Miyazakis
He was the wrote the screenplay for this movie.
Does that count?
I really like Chihiro/Sen.
She grew up at the end of her adveture and you could tell she was going to be a great girl.
Why the fuck is there so much fujo artwork for this movie.
it's clearly drawn in his style
grow out into a great big girl, you mean
>hitchhikes by showing some leg
>helpful when you're going through a crisis
what's weird is i also found Osono kind of hot, and i am usually not remotely a fan of milfs or full-figured womens of any kind.
also am i the only one who was VERY surprised the burly baker guy was her husband? I thought he was her much-younger assistant guy
Fujo artwork? What do you mean?
yeah i don't know what that is either, i tried looking it up but no dice
short for fujoshi? meaning a yaoi fan? art of yaoi fans?
so just yaoi then
you wouldn't call star trek fanart 'trekkie art' would you?
I haven't forgotten. I rushed into this thread as soon as I saw it to post her.
Oh kami-sama let's not start another one.
I blame the people that get things wrong
Beats me. MC is shown to be pretty close to his best friend as they exchange and share similar views on aircraft engineering, but the film is really more about him designing the Zero and meeting his (literal) waifu.
What's your point?
you know seeing her with those braids and that dress, i'm remembering how great she was
the next time you wonder why there's so much yaoi of something, ask "why is there so much yaoi artwork for this movie"
that way people will understand you
i heard everyone got mad at him for that. the lefties didn't understand why anyone would depict war machines or smoking just because they happened in real life.
in their defense, miyazaki is usually that same kind of crazy leftist, and apparently he also pissed off the right with some dumb letter he published that nobody asked for.. so now everyone hates him! good time to retire
My nigga. Too early to tell, but Naoko was so honorable and selfless in spite of her beauty. Beautiful movie.
Except I think you actually did understand me, but felt like peddling your knowledge of obscurish terminology.
But whatever floats your boat man
What did 'everyone' get mad about? I'm going to need sources on that. I think it was pretty well-received in Japan. It was a surprisingly unpolitical film. The film stays far from the actual war that is mentioned in the background, but never depicted. It's more of a reflection on troubled times in Japan and how things come to pass.
right, because yaoi is so obscure, but 'fujo art' isn't
Young, yet stilled grayed hair Sophie is truly best waifu.
Crying Sophie is best Sophie.
>This entire thread is full of women arguing with each other.
Never change, /a/.
it was kind of weird though how the surface tension of water was turned up so high.. as if she was 12 inches tall and crying
they did a nice job of that with arrietty, the tea was a single drop in a cup. most tiny-people things get that wrong. of course in live action you don't really have any choice
and really if you're going to pull that string, the surface tension would also mean your tiny little arteries couldn't pump your blood around..
speaking of being completely anal though, did the concept of the borrowers ever really bug anyone else? I mean, how did they come to be? have they been living in our huts since the beginning of time? how'd they survive when we didn't have much to borrow? My pet theory is they're related to fairies, they just lost their magic and wings and had to try to get by without them
hey arguing is an important part of being a fan. it shows you're paying attention and you know the difference between a good show and a bad one
They're arguing over the use of the words Waifu and Fujo.
not really, they're arguing over idiots who try making up their own terms and then using them without enough context to know what the hell they mean, when an existing term works fine,
or else making a term up that's meant to follow the pattern of another, but doesn't
Why are there only female protagonists in his movies may I ask?
Why do people only care about Disney Princesses and never Disney Princes?
Something about her
>Who is your Miyazaki waifu?
It's "country" road, anon.
>Why are there only female protagonists in his movies may I ask?
If anything, there's more male main characters than female. Just the most famous movies that came out in the west had female characters. But even movies like Mononokehime and Laputa, the real 'main' character was male, not female.
>It's "country" road, anon.
Someone needs to actually watch the movie.
Are you really this dense or just trying to act ignorant to win an argument?
She was the first anime girl I ever had a crush on. Kiki all the way!
That's not a Miyazaki film. I'll forgive your faggotry since WotH was good.
So terrible it's actually enjoyable. The part where they tease her about it is really funny.
The difference between Disney Prices and Miyazaki male leads is, Miyazaki male leads like Ashitaka and Pazu actually 'led' the movie right from the start. They were usually the smartest, bravest and overall central characters in the story, but they didn't need any major training or development to make them a hero. They stepped right up from the beginning and saved the girl (Pazu) or took on a curse (Ashitaka and Porco) or whatnot from the start. The rest of the movie was about how they overcame the adversity they had at the start of the movie.
Disney princes are usually the most dense characters in the story. Comparable to Luke Skywalker or a Final Fantasy hero like Tidus or Vaan. They think they're the best guy ever, but in fact they're ignorant, full of themselves and fold to even the slightest challenge. And they spend much of the movie being shown how stupid they are by the female main character and whatever challenge the antagonist throws at them. This is usually followed by them being 'trained' to be a hero and some weak love story with the female main character. Then magically, at the end of the movie, they pull their act together and save the day. This is hardly the basis for a strong male lead. Which is why most people tend to focus on either the female character or the antagonist in Disney movies.
Miyazaki wrote the script for it and produced it. He came up for the movies central theme, including the idea of 'Country Road' and everything about the main characters writing/Violin themes.
It was also the breakout work for director Yoshifumi Kondo, who was at the time Miyazaki's star pupil and hand picked successor to run Ghibli studios when he retired. Unfortunately, Yoshifumi Kondo died of an Aneurism from being 'overworked' a couple years after Whisper of the Heart finished. Which Miyazaki blamed himself for and retired shortly afterwards. (At the time, this was his second time retiring).
Everything about the movie screams Miyazaki. He just didn't 'direct' it.