Any Sydney bros watching madoka?
Turn off your cell.
Brisbane airing in 45 mins.
On my way for the 5pm viewing.
Me too. 2:30 was fucking packed.
aiight, I'm confizzled
Figured it would be considering they had 3 sold out theatres.
Man I'm fucking hyped, thisfirst time watching anime in a cinema.
Eh. The people there were... erk.
I believe one of the staff is dressed as Kyuubey.
its upside down for me, you must be in some weird place anon.
Yeah kinda glad I'm skipping the cosplay competition.
So many yellows hanging around the Madoka shit here in Sydney.
Which cinema is it showing at?
One of the reasons I didn't go.
Oh god, I'm the only guy who came alone.
Don't worry bro. I'll be sitting on the back of your chair the whole time.
Get better cam rips please
Those Canadian fags didn't do jack shit
Holy fuck these seats are comfy.
Just came back home from the 2:30 session.
Saw 3 fedoras and a couple of fat girls cosplaying.
this. ausfags better man up, do it for anons
We stole the posters and we're getting them scanned for you.
Just came back from Mel 1;00 PM
I blame shinbo for the rewrite it was okay I guess
Perth here, pretty normal so far, starts in 5
Happened to walk past the cinema yesterday. Was considering buying a ticket, but saw a group of loud, obnoxious teenage girls collecting theirs. Decided nothing was worth associating myself with the wider anime fanbase.
Did it end up selling out?
But that was your chance to strike up conversation and delve into the realms of normalfaggotry
I'm not that much of a masochist.
any Brisbane anon waiting for the 445 session?
Fuck you, you and your shitty 1st world country ;_;
I was at the 2.30pm in Sydney.
It was a fantastic reminder why considering yourself a fan of anime will always be frowned upon in the Western world. I had a fat girl in the row in front of me dancing along to the songs, squealing and crying loudly towards the end.
Where are you from?
Watching this shit tomorrow in Mexico
In my screening time, people kept laughing the whole time.
Guy in blue with chinos and guys wearing red
My goodness that rush when word got out of the posters. I went 5 minutes after and still got them.
>tfw spent literally every day working all day, no excuses.
Just got back from the caberra screening.
I don't understand.
Dont understand what?
Be thankful, I'm from Perú
Just got back home from Melbourne screening, shit's rad yo'.
SCOTT WINS AGAIN
I was there too, thats cosplay looks amazing.
Were you there for last year's screening dear anon?
Which screening? I didnt go to any last year anyway.
Which board did you get? I got Homu.
I got a Madoka-kami.
Ah, then you don't know the saga of Scott then.
Well last year he basically got up and was cosplaying as casual clothed Kyouko and he won out of irony, so this year me and my friends decided to yell like a mother fucker for him to win again.
He's basically a lucky cunt who's won BDs both years in the row, this year he did deserve it though there was effort put in.
Thankyou for affirming exactly why I dont go to anime screenings
this faggot got the BDs for rebellion?
I don't think Madman is allowed to give BDs out for the movies yet. So via assumption I assume it's just the BDs for the series.
Well I'd cosplay as kyouko for that still...
Yeah, I heard your yellings so decided to add some claps.
Too bad the nice-madoka-cosplayer had to split the price with the bad one.
I was sitting at the left side near the door.
Shit was hilarious
What's with the booklet?
I got towards the middle second from the back. Not going to lie, it's pretty fun to go to these.
Fucks sake, the cancer was pretty unbearable. Managed to grab three program guides though, are these things worth anything?
Yeah people were giggling whenever something cutesy popped up but it was honestly a lot better than I expected.
There are some characters intro, interviews, movie in making and background arts.
I saw some old people was there as well.
Your Scott friend seems like a cool guy.
They after Qb and bebe's lines.
Welp at least we went from one screening to 4 sold out + encore screening to demonstrate our demand.
The best part of Melbourne's screening is when they showed the promo to that North Korea film and talked about Kim Jong Il and everyone went dead quiet.
Just got home from the adelaide one, since we went to hungry jacks then went to shin tokyo.
It was so weird seeing little girls and their like 40 year old parents. Then I remembered it aired on abc3.
Holy shit I never thought of scanning the posters I stole before I sold them
? 1:00PM Melbourne
My sides went orbit after that.
All we got were ads of local businesses and restaurant because Newtown Dendy was a shit.
i just got home from the canberra screening. shit was so cash. bunch of fucking faggots in the audience though.
Sydney 2:30pm. These cunts must all have the same mindset.
Everytime bebe and "cheese" on the screen they start laughing.
I did too but only 2 times
Where the hell were you lot. All I saw were obnoxious teenagers, 3DS-toting, fedora-tipping neckbeards and underages.
i was up the back sitting alone at my screening. there were a whole bunch of faggots who came in fucking homestuck cosplay across the aisle to my left. i was scared
>not saving your sole etiquette-giggle for the moment when Homu snaps
That is half of /a/. The other half stayed at home because they knew what to expect.
Bloody damn it, I had always thought those greentext stories were joking or ridiculously exaggerated.
There was like no reaction at all when that happened.
But hell, there were alot of underages.
I'm sorry, I kept laughing when silly shit happened, I tried to keep it quiet.
i laughed a couple of times at the reactions of the landwhales and neckbeards in the vicinity
Really don't get what those underages came for. Should've just stayed home and watched alternating 1-minute snippets of SnK and KlK as befits their attention spans and appreciation for rebolutionary animu.
I had a cute girl with her boyfriend infront of me and next to me was some chill guy only smiled every so often when something amusing happened.
It was fine.
I saw the Canberra session. I went alone and was sitting next to a couple who would snuggle when something cute happened...
Though there was a girl cosplaying something non-anime but I think I fell in love with her.
Y-you mean there might have been people watching my reactions during the movie?
sounds worse than the canadian showings
There was a guy I pretty sure from here because he kept saying "10/10 would..."
did you see all those faggots cosplaying homestuck shit? i couldn't believe the level of faggotry.
everyone was pretty quiet throughout the movie though. which was nice.
I was at the side and the only people around me were pretty quiet. The viewing angle kind of sucked but at least that was the only issue.
i mean if you were quiet and just watched the fucking film no one would notice. but these guys were gasping and grabbing at each other and tipping their fedoras and shit.
>people buying boxes and boxes of inferior, overpriced figures, probably with their parents' money
Who the fuck comes to that shit dressed as homestuck. Mami tripping over was my favourite though.
The girl I was referring to in my first post was the short chubby homestuck girl, but she seems like a 'lol so randumb' kind of person so fuck that shit
I saved bunch of faggot by telling them there was more after credit.
It was amazing how many left as soon as the lights came back on. Smugly watched as they rushed back in.
I came alone and ended up getting Thai with some guys I met in the line for autograph boards. Social skills are important, /a/nons.
Sage for some serious blog shit.
mami tripping was adorable. some of the girls cosplaying were cute but it seems to me that it'd be a dramafest dating them.
the girl cosplaying haruhi who did the speech thing with the western voice actors accent made me fucking cringe though. like i had to shut my eyes and imagine i was elsewhere.
What's the age composition in the theater?
What was the after credit scene? I just left.
Mostly late teens/early 20's. Significant number of underages though.
The youngest I know is year 10, the oldest is 60-something.
I spoke to one of the Madoka's while I was waiting in line, she was really friendly. But that fucking Haruhi was atrocious. I'm glad barely anyone fucking clapped for that spastic.
Stop pulling my leg, anon.
I also met a first year uni guy but I was too pissed not getting a board so i left right after the scene after the credits. I feel bad for the guy though, he seemed like a bro.
that guy "cosplaying" shirou at the canberra screening was hilarious
there's a qb on the ground that homura injured and she's holding her new soul gem being all yandere then she falls off a cliff.
I hope he liked the pen
i smirked. especially when the host was sperging over it.
>that one girl at the sydney screening
>GET THE FUCK OUT, THAT WAS NOT THE ENDING
I got the Mami and Bebe board.
Ugh, we had one of those as well.
It was like "WHAT? WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT"
Then everybody laughed.
This was Melbourne.
it was 2deep4them
Sayaka / Kyoko board masterrace reporting in
Australia a shit
I only heard "WHAT" and people laughed.
All I had some giggles at cute bits and laughs.
This was adelaide
Any rankings (material or otherwise) for these boards? Homu here.
does yours have homura on it?
Everyone get Sayaka / Kyoko.
Kami-Madoka and Home are kind of rare.
nigga if you were seriously going to offer the Mami / Bebe one...
Me and my friend got one.
I got Madoka and Homu hugging, I just wanted mami-san
What cinemas were all these Sydney stories from? I was in cinema 2 and nothing odd really happened.
>nobody in our group of six got a board with homu
nigga i got mami right here lets trade this shit i need homu in my life
I lucky got Homu
I think there is one more madoka out of 5 board.
Then you must have seen that one guy.
>walks in slowly and casually
>sits with his group
>suddenly shouts I GOT A POSTER
>half the theater gets up and bolts for the door
Does the Godoka board carry a lot of trade value? I want to get my hands on the homu/medu one.
I got two and both of them MadoHomu.
Auckland here, I was the guy laughing like a madman at the ending while the credits were rolling. I was rather happy with Gen's public mastubation session and was rather pleased at how the whole thing went, BR preordered
You guys are gonna read the archive and learn about the movie before you rejoin meguca threads and not say mean things about Homura, right?
A lot of people selling those on ebay.
Why would I say mean things, Homu did nothing wrong
Which cities in 'straya did the movie air?
>caring about anime paraphernalia
I gave mine to a little girl who was upset at missing out.
i'll google for a more concise summary of speculah. i'm not reading all the fucking threads in the archive.
i'd never say anything mean about homu~
I'm just glad she's now officially insane rather than trying to play it off as being gay.
so why don't they just wish to halt entropy
everywhere there's a Dendy cinema i guess. i'm not sure if any other cinema is showing it in straya.
Homu is olev.
>Wearing a hat indoors backwards.
Luna Cinema in Perth.
>even Auckland got a screening
Are the rest of the world even trying?
Pretty much every capital city I think, if not every.
Fuck, I should have buy more to sell back.
based madman hooking straya and kiwiland up
Vic bro here sydney a shit
W-what did the cute girl and her boyfriend look like?
was it me
1:00PM Mel here.
huge normalfags,straight out of reddit
Are these things even worth much?
The signboard says pls no resell. Please treasure your Homu.
She was kind of short fair hair, had a skirt on. She turned around and giggled when I said "this is really gay" when the credits were rolling and it was the two hands joining.
Dont know but pretty much madoka-fags buy everything.
No way Im gonna sell my Homu, I was talking about the book.
I am not from Sydney but damn I let the chance to watch Rebellion on cinema slip out of my fingers
can't have been us
she really, really likes the homolust
I went to the Adelaide screening but I didn't see anything but the signed movie posters. Anyone in Adelaide see or get anything special?
>tfw when no homu
Why did I have to pay $20?
Guys how big were the other cinema screens? Dendy at Sydney was pathetically small.
yeah it was $21 for me. Dendy is really expensive.
>sitting in a theatre with anime fans for 2 hours
Dear god I cant imagine
Sun Dec 8, must be america.
>tfw got both god-tier signboards
Just got out of the Sydney 5pm and absolutely zero bullshit like that, everyone was quiet and there were no autists.
I saw some people hanging around with the sealed autograph board packages; didn't see any of these booklets that people seem to have in this thread.
Just finished in Perth but forgot to bring money for a poster.
Bigger than most cinemas I've been to. Even the cinema itself was quite big.
Fucking I hate the cinemas they show it at, it has a terrible sound system and the screen was the shitties.
Melbourne bro here.
the canberra screen was quite small.
>not sitting by yourself in a place where there is no one else sitting
The booklets went on sale at about 12pm and sold out in minutes.
The booklets were program guides for $15 each.
How much did these posters and books and shit cost?
They're be charging way too much at some public event
Did it end up selling out?
I'm mad too because they showed K-ON at the Hoyts cinemas on the top floor of Melbourne Central and when I went to that, that place was absolutely big and has the nicest cinema I've been too.
Madman please, quit being stingy and just rent out a fucking Hoyts cinema instead of a shitty artsy one.
What the fuck? Perth was no where near as autistic as I expected. Everyone even looked like your regular normalfag. Most people even brought their girlfriends.
sounds like Sydney a shit as usual.
At least that's the max I'd pay for one
>money for a poster
What, did they charge you for posters? They were given out for free at Sydney. Some people got a few even.
Like your bedroom?
book was $15
posters were free
Auckland bro here as well
Homura did nothing wrong
I had to steal mine
Not fully, no. Or it may have, but not everyone showed up; there were empty seats around.
yandere homu is adorable~
Wut? I got it for free and alot of stuff. >>101307678
The book is $15
Why the Milky poster?
Fuck maybe I should have gone for a stack of posters
Did I get fucking jipped? No posters for 5pm Sydney?
Nope. No signboards or program guides either, slowpoke.
Milky folder with lot of nip ad books plus Charlotte card inside.
Never though I would get Homu board, my life is completed.
I saw something written that said $15. But I didn't look too carefully because I didn't have enough money. But they certainly weren't handing them out.
Those were the program guides. The posters were given out just before the movie started.
Which city were you at? At Sydney, it was the program guides that were $15 and the posters were free.
At least you managed to steal one.
Are you serious? One of the guys gave me and my friend two guides, two posters and two homu boards, all for free.
Perth re-confirmed for shittiest capital
shit. I can't believe how generous they are.
Guides, really? Those weren't free... anywhere. Even Nippon.
Staff or attendant? The line in Sydney was ridiculously long so they were enforcing a one board per person rule.
Even madman says they sells the book for $15.
The boards and posters were free, but how the hell did you get guides?
Lucky fucker, you must be a 10/10 reproduce with.
What did you think of the worst girl cosplayer?
Attendant, I think.
We were running late and were looking only for Homu boards and he gave us pretty much everything.
Oh shit, hope he doesn't get fired.
>Perth screening just finished
>I didn't even know it was showing here until just now
There's no way there were any boards left after 3pm. Which theater?
Just got out of Perth showing.
I felt disgusted because the girl cosplaying nagisa got to the front and over half the cinema audibly said
Don't be a shit cunt and hawk the Madman site for two months straight.
I looked it up a few weeks ago and the most recent news I saw said that the Australian screenings had been cancelled. For fuck's sake.
Why was the girl crossdressing?
Mel has 4 days, stay mad.
Fuck off retard
Speaking of, there was a dude cosplaying as walpurgis.
>end of sydney screening
>some fucking pelican yells "take that, kyubey!"
>followed by clapping
Fuck you all
Purge the americans.
I started watching a camrip and during the intro figured I'd check if it was sitting here. That was like last Saturday, pretty lucky.
There were like 5 boards left. Dandy 2.
Which cinema was that? Cinema 2 was best cinema, everyone just fucking watched the movie and left.
God fucking damn it that was today?
Perth had neckbeards roaring with laughter at sensei.
I had no idea about this and I live in sydney, I feel bad for not knowing.
Did you stay to see the Homusuicide?
Impossible. The line was 150 people long at 12pm, and there were 200 boards.
We had that, too
You should "like" MADMAN facebook page, they have some decent events from time to time.
>tfw got the only good board, Sayaka/Kyoko
Name one decent event besides screenings that get talked about evrywhere else.
Why didn't you just ride the eagles to Japan and see the premiere back in october?
DVD/BD discount season.
tfw woman asked kyo cosplay
>Is that a character from the series?
Happy I got my KyoSaya board.
I heard the they had event for eva 3.
Why did Australia get it so late when we were the first country outside Japan to get screenings of Redline, Summer Wars, and Children Who Chase Lost Voices?
I don't even use facebook.
>implying im a buyfag
Fair enough. Still a screening though
Was ment for >>101313786
I was pretty much the only one that went alone, too. Most people were with big groups of friends or then with their girlfriend. Thank fuck the guy that sat next to me was a lone, too. It was kind of weird seeing how "normal" most weebs in Perth here are.
They got a screening as well?
Did anyone go?
I was at the Brisbane showing. Managed to trade my Kamidoka board for a Madoka/Homura one. The guys in the how behind me were talking about 4chan and mentioned /b/ cringe threads.
Which one of you faggots was it?
Also got pictures with cosplayers. There was a really good Mami cosplayer there.
Sage for blogshit
I went with my imouto
You can't survive as an open otaku in Perth. You either make everyone think you're a normalfag or become completely ostracised.
Only one coworker of mine even knows I watch anime, and I've been working with the same people for five years now.
Where were you sitting? The group behind me wouldn't shut up about women and other shit.
We had one advert for the new Miyazaki film and that was in. Did you cunts get the thing with the VAs talking about the movie?
Anyone got links of the photographers who took pictures during on the day? Any state is fine.
I'm jelly of every one of you. Was going to catch a train to canberra to go see it but my finances blew up.
I was going to go alone, but pussied out.
>6 people from different points of the cinema scream "WHAT THE FUCK" as soon as the movie ended
>And then they clapped
Also, the four guys who constantly made /a/ jokes during the movie can fess up now.
That was great
>letting anyone at all know you watch anime
Also, at the Auckland screening all we got was a free poster. Where is this booklet you Aussies got?
So was the movie as visually impressive on the big screen as people said, or was that just bullshit?
Some anons were saying that the BDs wouldn't do it justice.
we got the VA introduction in Canberra. i assume everyone did.
If you see a guy called Felix wearing a Fedora tell him to fucking cut that shit out.
Fucking hell. A loli asked to swap my Godoka board for a Madoka/Homura one. This is shit.
That's always a load of shit. Any half decent screen and speakers setup will blow away the shitty cinemas we have.
Especially Luna, they're fuckin' awful.
Auckland did. I was hoping we'd also get the Bakemonogatari intro thing telling people to shut the fuck up in the cinema like they had in Japan.
Also, how many fedoras did you guys count at your airing? I noted 5.
it was beautiful but i don't see how the blu-ray could be dramatically worse providing you have a half decent tv.
It was really fucking pretty. The visuals alone were worth it
Homu vs mami and homu witch scenes were delicious
I have to say, the fact that it was on such a large screen and had such a nice sound system definitely did it good. The musical score was superb.
All of that nice, trippy animation was so much better when the screen was huge and you were only a few rows from it.
That's pretty much how I do it. I even went to the movie alone rather than asking my few friends (both of whom are massive bogans who I pretty much just watch sports with) to go with me. I'd never let them know I watch anime.
Fourth (or maybe fifth) row, all the way to the right of the cinema. The group behind me spoke shitloads before the movie started (one was going on about how she just watched Madoka yesterday or something), and the group in front of me were a group of friends, half of which were Nips. Thankfully they kept quiet, though.
You shoudl've gone. Going alone was much better than not going.
Never trust a loli. She's probably making mad dosh off of it now.
homu vs mami was delightful.
You know what scene was really fucking pretty and so worth it to see in a cinema? Homura vs Mami. That shit was amazing and worth the price of admission alone.
it was my favourite part of all the meguca series
I like how mami hummed her own theme early in it.
Did anybody else feel like the transofrmation scenes dragged on too long?
>That 3 minute long transformation sequence
>Some guy gruffly saying "hurry the fuck up" behind me during the middle of it
I didn't see any. I was surprised at how many people seems normal and how many girls there were, a lot of whom were cute.
>I was hoping we'd also get the Bakemonogatari
This just reminded me that we'll never get Kizu in the cinema. ;_;7
Are the fedoras a real thing? I always thought it was a joke.
A little bit. Sayakas one made me laugh a little.
>Did anybody else feel like the transofrmation scenes dragged on too long?
I kind of thought this, too. But at the same time I liked it. A bit conflicted.
That Madoka cosplayer was really shitty at using the bow and arrow, she wasn't even aiming.
I wasn't paying attention, there were two meduka and one of those faggots with furry ears.
That's all I noticed.
Would have been nicer if the movie had a wider aspect ratio.
New Zealand /a/non, just watched it, straight up amazing.
I went with one friend who had seen the original series, and one who promised he would but forgot. He was lost the whole time and it was hilarious.
The backgrounds of the movie were amazing. Like, the part where they rode on the bus was straight up magical for what could've been a really boring scene. Made me really glad I avoided any threads that might've spoiled it.
If we believe hard enough we'll get an apparition of Kizu in cinema.
It was eyesex
So they're playing Madonka in Perth but not the fucking Raid 2: Berandal in any independent cinema?
For fucks sake
Isn't the ponit of that was that something was wrong? But I did liked it.
>that powerful intense track accompanying kyouko
All my yes.
but according to anons in this thread Luna had the only good theater. Better then the east coast ones anyway.
Was your friend the one who shouted WHAT at the end of the movie?
The Homu vs Mami had the breathing scene dragged too long. It was awkward as fuck.
I didn't think Luna was that bad, but I don't often go there.
In Perth? There was one Madoka cosplayer, who looked pretty good, but I didn't see a bow and arrow.
I dunno. I didn't manage to get a seat next to the other two, but I couldn't hear anything from where I sat.
He was wearing glasses and had short hair if that helps.
>not quickly rubbing one out to their heavy breathing
Absolutely worth it for Mami vs. Homu.
How did everybody feel about the 'cake' scene/song?
Initially it was weird as fuck but ended up being one of the scenes that stuck with me the most.
Not unless they've massively upgraded the place since I saw Redline or any other movie there. Luna Leederville has the tiniest screens of any cinema I've ever been to, shitty noise-filled speakers and puny rooms that seat maybe 50 people at most with small uncomfortable chairs.
I'd much rather watch a movie with my home setup than go to any Perth cinema.
Our one didn't have a bow and arrow with her that I saw.
In auckland they had an "archery" competition to hit a kyubey
>How did everybody feel about the 'cake' scene/song?
Everybody, I mean EVERYBODY fell silent during it, with a few "what the hell?" said.
It must've changed since then, because it had a bigger screen than the cinema in Perth city, much more comfortable seats and better speakers. Honestly, it's one of the better cinemas I've been to in Perth.
Ah, no, in Auckland. Before the movie they had a few cosplayers try and shoot a cut out of Kyuubey with a toy bow and arrow for a prize. Some guy dressed as Mami with a Charlotte hat won.
yeah, I thought that too. I'm glad I saw it in a theatre and not at home. Somebody might have thought I was watching hentai or something if I was using my speakers.
There were four or five hundred tickets sold, so I doubt it's the same cinema you're thinking of.
I enjoyed the fuck out of that.
Kaiki scene was amazing, enjoyed every second
>I am the raspberry
I wish I hadn't seen the camrip so I could share in the collective "what" of the audience when the cake scene came on. It's still awesome though. I honestly liked the whole movie a lot more on second viewing.
It is the same cinema. But clearly they've sorted out their shit over the last few years.
>He was wearing glasses and had short hair if that helps.
So like half the people there
I really wat-ed out for the first half, but then I remembered they were dealing with nightmares and such, not witches, so I figured that was some way of "exorcising" it, I guess.
The cake scene was amazing
Gen does it again
All the interaction between bebe and mami was so adding insult to injury. Was cute though.
Fuck, I really should have gone, shouldn't I?
>something actually fucking happens in my city
>don't go because I'm a faggot
True suffering. I'll go n-next time.. ;_;
Did anyone else find Bebe's (no-human form) VA annoying as absolute fuck?
Please tell me that someone is uploading a vid to youtube.
He didn't have any facial hair, and was in the H row. If you were facing the screen he'd have been somewhere in the back left quarter, but close-ish to the center of the theatre.
My thoughts exactly.
I was the guy wearing a Judgement desu no shirt, with a girl wearing a QB hat.
My sister. I think it runs in the family.
Really? How many cosplayers were there? In Perth there were only 4 people (or at least only four that went up).
I liked that scene a lot. Everyone was quiet the whole way through the film, and I didn't hear anyone say anything during that scene, so I'm not sure how it was received. But, yeah, I really liked that scene; I was a bit taken back at the start of it, though.
Who'd you think was the best? I felt kind of bad for the girl on the far right (I forget who she was cosplaying as) when no one really cheered for her. It was almost as though no one was going to do anything, then everyone realised it'd have been shit for her if no one cheered, so people just cheered anyway.
You should've gone. Sorry, mate, but you missed out. There was no way in fuck I wasn't going to go to this, especially since we never get anime in Perth. Going alone, dealing with the anxiety, everything, it was worth it.
There were like 6 or 7 cosplayers, half of them were guys.
M-Maybe we could be friends, anon. We could watch anime together and stuff.
Of course. I mean it talking about cheese was ok ONCE but another 5 or so times is definitely pushing it.
bet you, people who left before the "end" of the movie were normalfags
>not being entranced by the arrangements of songs from the original OST and the imagery that relates to the story of each meguca and their personality
that guy is hidoi yo.
I totally saw the QB hat.
I didn't have anything to stand out, aside from the blue jumper tied around my waist.
Why was there a dude dressed as Madoka for the archery thing though?
Don't be absurd anon. Keep your deplorable thoughts to yourself.
Homu vs. Mami was probably the best action scene I've seen in a theater, ever.
Yeah, I know. But you know what? I'm definitely going to go to the next thing. It will be worth it, I'm sure.
Ah. There was only one guy cosplaying in Perth. He won, if I recall correctly.
I-I don't know how to make friends, to be honest. I'm only friends with these two other guys because they were in my guild in WoW, back when I still played. W-where do you live?
Yeah, I thought that was pretty funny, seeing all the people standing up and leaving. A good number stayed, though, but, as expected, they were the people that really didn't look like normalfags.
Don't go to a screening then make the mistake of going to a convention because 'it can't be that bad'
She was nagisa.
The woman asked her who she was and I heard so many people say
I felt bad for her.
The madoka was ok, nagisa and kyouko were kind of cute.
The walpurgis guy had guts, was a good laugh when he spoke and people only then realised it was a guy.
the next big one eva 4.0
The next thing is going to be Kizumonogatari in 2015, right? Right? ;_;
Madoka is notorious as a series for having guys cosplay as girls. I mean, who else would they dress up as, Kamijou? Madoka's dad?
I'm leaving whatever comes after the credits as a treat for when I get the BD.
Though mostly because I didn't want to force my imouto to have to sit through the entire credits.
I always stay for the credits anyway, as does pretty much everyone I know.
It ain't over till the fat lady sings.
>not cosplaying as the kid in their homeroom that the teacher always yells at
Fuck, that makes me sad. I feel really bad for her.
>nagisa and kyouko were kind of cute.
Yeah, I thought this too. I liked Madoka, too. I thought she looked really good.
The bloke was definitely my favourite. Although the women who asked them the questions was kind of dumb.
Did ausfags clap? In America everyone claps during the credit and everyone who wanted to hear the glorious ED couldn't.
I had to leave before the credits were done otherwise I'd miss my bus. Was there something afterward?
But Kimi no Gin no Niwa is a fantastic song.
nice aim m8
Nah, Hanamonogatari is next year. Must mean Kizu this year.
>Pain is love
>My life is pain
>It makes me alive
>Come her Madoka I will suck out your life-force
So Homura is a masochist?
Can't wait to watch this again. When is BD release?
After hearing about those fucking homestucks and tumblrfaggots on here all the time, I am terrified of conventions. Why can't these people conduct themselves properly in public? We're not America.
Shit yeah. Even though it will probably be terrible, I may as well.
literally zero clappers in theater 2
I was so mad when she was talking to kyouko and she was like
>Oh is that a character from the series?
New Zealand clapped. I'd never been in a theater that had clapping at the end before.
She was hungry
I've never once seen that happen in all the times I've ever been to a cinema. For the longest time I thought the entire clapping thing was just a joke before finding from my American acquaintances that people actually do clap.
I've never seen that happen, but I also haven't been to many opening nights.
Where I went, it was only given to the winner of the cosplay.
the 2:30 Brisbane showing had no clapping. There were some laughs every here and there, but it was surprisingly civil.
but people talking during my credit.
Yeah. People all clapped when the movie started. No one clapped at the end, though -- maybe they didn't enjoy it that much?
Yeah, seriously, that was just pathetic.
Where were you sitting?
You're right, anon. I lost my cool for a moment.
The ONLY time I heard clapping in a cinema other than today was when I watched the third Star Wars and people clapped when Yoda fought the Emperor.
The people who were obviously from 4chan sitting next to me in Auckland were taking camera phone photos of the archery competition. I'm sure they'll upload it, it was pretty funny.
I started the clap
Yeah, me and a friend went. It was alright.
Lonerfag here. Went in looking as normalfag as I could. Sat near the front row middle. Guy left of me was a bro (Mandura repz) and those to the right were just quiet asians.
Strangely lots of grills.
Wish I got a Homu card. Got a Mami but traded it for a Madoka. I just want best ship. Also the Madoka and Kyouko cosplayer were qts.
Perth's winners got BDs of all 3(?) films.
I was in the front half almost right in the middle. Had my hair in a ponytail for it. Good thing too, it was warm as fuck in the lobby.
Fuck you m8 that made me feel awkward for not clapping.
>Strangely lots of grills.
It aired on ABC3 last year.
I know since I streamed it for /a/
Daily reminder that Rebellion is just an easy cash in that ruins the whole series.
Urobuchi: From the start, the idea was “Homura becomes a witch, and the story takes place inside her barrier”. But at the time, I wanted to end the story with Madoka taking Homura away with her. So, I thought the story would end this time for real (laughs). But both Iwakami-san and Shinbou-san were like, “No, we want the story to keep going after this” and wouldn’t give me the OK. So then when I was getting really worried, Shinbou-san was like “Might as well just make Madoka and Homura into enemies”. And that suggestion was basically the breakthrough. I really agreed that Homura might be plausible as Madoka’s equal opposite.
"While the show was still airing Iwagami approached me and asked what I thought about doing a sequel. I just laughed it off and didn't take it seriously but he repeated it several times and I eventually realised he was serious."
Perth here too - did you see that kid run out of the theatre near the end?
It was sold out when I found out about it...
Actually maybe she meant 3 copies of BDs. Sounded like she said BD of all 3.
I went with my sister. I assume some people thought she was my girlfriend or something.
Some of the people there looked awful and obnoxious though. I saw a load of underage girls on their phones on tumblr, which made me feel gross.
>Best cosplay didn't hit the target and got nothing
I felt bad
top b8 m9
I'm not that guy, by the way. I wouldn't say such awful things to my friends on /a/.
I'm 90% sure I saw you in the lobby. I even think I was standing next to you when getting tickets.
>Strangely lots of grills.
I was shocked at how many there were. Seriously.
Did you Perth people get posters for free? When I was going in, they never offered me a one, so I figured the people getting ones were paying.
Ah, figured that you could try and start this again now that a new batch of people have seen the movie, eh? Best of luck to you.
Archery was some funny shit.
What were the prizes?
Why is holy such a bitch
Would have traded my Homu for your Mami.
Sydney's winner (Kyubey dude) got a signed copy of the series on DVD.
So how many of you lot who went with your sisters have healthy sibling relationships?
If you liked the movie why didn't you clap then?
Yep, we got free 1 free poster and 1 signed board.
>people being legitimately surprised that girls enjoy this show for girls
You guys live in the biggest bubble.
>Downstairs in the Academy Cinema lobby
>No air conditioning
>Half the guys weren't wearing deodorant
>Got blocked in so I couldn't escape after getting my tickets
It was the worst hell.
Haha, I missed that. Any idea why they ran?
>I was shocked at how many there were. Seriously.
Same her at Melbourne, alot of qts.
I-I managed to get a girl's fb
oh god i can't imagine.
it was fucking hot in canberra today. that cinema would have been a fucking mess without aircon.
>Strangely lots of grills
didn't you know that girls love the 'dokes?
The screening I went to in murrika had lots of grills in kyouko cosplays. Good taste and nice legs on all of them.
I had my bag too, was with my brother.
Posters were free, the dude on the right was handing them out to everyone.
I told her I was going to an anime movie yesterday and I had a spare ticket since a friend bailed on me at the last minute. She said she wanted to go so I sat her down and made her watch both the recap movies before we went. I think she's a fan now.
Damn, at Sydney the autograph boards had a huge line when I got there at 12:45 and some people still didnt get one.
I think someone here said there were 200 boards. No idea how that anon who came 30min late got boards.
That was today? Oh well, I don't even like Madoka.
Real sisters aren't anything like anime.
I'm still a massive siscon though.
Can people honestly not see how this show could be appealing to young women?
>>Half the guys weren't wearing deodorant
What is it with the general anime crowd and not wearing deodorant? It's one of the basics of hygiene.
>I saw a load of underage girls on their phones on tumblr, which made me feel gross.
That's disgusting. I'm glad I saw almost entirely by my self and didn't have to see what others were doing. The only person I saw on a device was some guy in front of me playing Pokemon X/Y on his 3DS.
The crowd in Perth just 'voted' for the best cosplayer by shouting. He won all 3 movies as BDs, and the other three got all 3 movies as DVDs, I think.
>just moved here, meet up with a bro from the vg gw2 guild
>tells me he's going to the screening
>go to cinema since we're close
>get the very last ticket
Wait, you're not from Perth? I'm south of the river, but it occurred to me after making that post that I keep odd hours and rarely leave my house and I don't even like watching shows with other people anyway.
>all 3 movies as BDs
How does that work? The Rebellion BDs aren't out yet.
I got there at 11:15 and the line already had 50 people. It went all the way out of the theater and down the block by the time they started giving them out at 12:30.
>Abbotsford AnimeStore Just to clarify - we only have 200 autograph boards ... they are only for those with the 2.30pm tickets ... to get a board you must present your ticket and get it stamped ... only one board per ticket ... once they are gone .. they are gone ... none can be put away
I sat next to a few qt's but I was busy staring at the MadoHomu board the landwhale in front of me got.
I had my 3DS on me, didn't play it.
Got an EO4 streetpass and 7 Bravely default passes. It was cute since they were all sub level 40, hope they enjoy that 777k power move they get.
That place was a fucking sweatbox, it was awful.
At least the pillars were nice and cool to lean against.
Good job. Now show her Yosuga no Sora.
>He won all 3 movies as BDs, and the other three got all 3 movies as DVDs, I think.
I thought the BD prizes were the actual series? Can someone confirm? I thought they couldnt release BD yet.
Are you sure you're not me?
I was proud of my cinema when we had a bunch of people audibly giggle during the OP sequence where everyone is dancing except Homura who is on her knees looking depressed. I laughed pretty hard seeing that when I saw the camrip.
>show for girls
They get a free preorder?
So hot in there it wasn't even funny.
Half the people looked like functioning members of society, half were what you'd think the average anime watcher looks like. Obese neckbeard types.
Me and my friends couldn't get out so we just stood around calling yelling "NEEEEEEERDS" at increasing volume (though we didn't actually dare to get that loud"
Weird. That guy must have gotten lucky. I think there were definitely enough posters to go around though, people were grabbing more than 1.
Perth was normalfag central. Sat in the centre and was surrounded my men and lucked out on getting with a grill. Decent powerlevels and discussion before the movie. Feels good to talk about anime outside of the internet.
I'd take no deodorant over all the cunts that absolutely smother themselves in it. Every time some wanker does that in the change rooms I want to yell at them how much they're stinking the place up.
the prizes at the canberra showing were blu-rays of the series not the movies.
I think that anon is from Perth, given he said he was sure he saw me in the lobby at the Luna.
Nah, posters were limited too, but they were self-serve. And some people are just assholes.
i went hoping to meet some people to talk about anime with. i was to nervous to talk to anyone though so i just went home once the movie finished.
proper attire for the day should have been sunnies, cap and maskers. I d-didn't meet you today anon
I was there for the 2:30 showing, missed out on the fucking signature boards despite coming two hours before screening.
Yeah, I misinterpreted his bit about the posters.
I hope I'm not you. That'd be hard to deal with.
Hahah, Sydney (Dendy Room 2) was freezing. Must have been set to 18C or something.
So, why didn't we have any 4chan meetups? Or were we just too concerned about powerlevels?
>tfw I momentarily forgot that Charollete's magical girl was Nagisa and couldn't see that well
;_; shameful display, gomen anon
I fought a Pokemon battle with some dude
He was pretty shit
Oh god I was in the centre, did you hear those normalfags going on about girls?
Just came from the Perth screening, I was pure and spoiler-less, so I'm still trying to form my opinion.
I thought it was amazing, but I don't know if it was good.
I loved how it was a lot more stylish, and a lot more 'Shinbo'. The story was good, and I think Homu was in the right; she was doing it all for Madoka, after all.
Bebe was great, but Nagisa was shit and pointless. They should have just kept Bebe as some weird creature born from memory alone.
I'm scared that the inevitable sequel/S2 will just drag the entire franchise down through convolution and such.
I can't help but wish they'd stopped at the series, but hopefully my worries will be misplaced.
The Kyouko cosplayer in Perth stirred the 3D-desiring beast within me, I'm ashamed to say.
I-if I shouted "RUB A DUB DUB" would anyone have replied?
I'm weirded out by that too, but this thread seems so much more friendly than our amerifat threads were, so I guess it evens out.
In what universe is 65 Farenheit not cold?
When the Mami cosplayer won the archery competition I was really tempted to shout "Don't let it get to your head" or something along those lines, but I wasn't confident people would get the joke.
i would have giggled but quickly stifled it by pretending that i'm coughing
How did you guys know when to line up?
I got there thinking there would be enough boards for everyone, how naive I was.
Also, were those figs normal priced? The $170 godoka seemed predatory.
The entire northern hemisphere.
I-I would have laughed anon
Why, what were they on about?
What the fuck? I can't believe I didn't get one.
This one girl looked at me, then waved, I have no idea why. I didn't say anything, though.
He didn't give me one. What a fucking idiot.
I was wondering that, too. No idea.
Yep I just got home from the Perth show, and pretty much this. The little cosplay at the start almost made me up and leave
She was pretty cute compared to the rest.
>It's been noticed that the Anime@Abbotsford store will be up at 12pm and will be distributing the autograph boards at 12:30pm
from my anime club's facebook page
>How did you guys know when to line up?
ya come in an hour before Dendy open mate
I would've come and sunk beers with you anon.
You fags want to meet up for Kizumono or 4.0 when it comes over
>The Kyouko cosplayer in Perth stirred the 3D-desiring beast within me, I'm ashamed to say.
Can someone please post a picture of these so called Kyouko cosplayers?
All I saw was some white tuxedo guy with a Kyubey hat.
Discussing getting laid and different girls and high school fights or some shit.
>This one girl looked at me, then waved, I have no idea why. I didn't say anything, though.
This might be a good thing because she could have waved to somebody else or to you, /a/non you lost your chance.
>1 signed board
For the first 100.
I saw them give the last one away, only a few places in front of me in the queue.
I am from Perth. I'm the guy you originally asked if I could be your friend. I'm north of the river.
>but it occurred to me after making that post that I keep odd hours and rarely leave my house and I don't even like watching shows with other people anyway.
That sounds just like me.
I sat alone so didn't talk to anyone. The only time I spoke to someone was when he dropped his poster and it rolled under my chair. For nearly 2 hours, the only words I said were "no worries, mate".
>Picked up a copy of Vinland Saga from that comic store on K Road
>Found a cheap Uzumaki volume at Real Groovy on Queen St
>Got to see the Meduka movie with an audience that was relatively unretarded
>Not staying pure for your waifu
>actually talking like australiacancer
Sure, I was trying to get some aus-fag attention in madoka thread before the screening, but no luck.
Did you sit next to an indian guy by any chance anon?
I made like 3 threads this week about today and got all of 12 replies in total, hell this thread was dead as fuck before the 2:30 showing was let out.
I figured there were no /a/ustralians going.
There's a comic store on K road?
Is it any good?
Where north of the river?
I wanted to take a picture but I was too, shy? I guess is the right word.
Wow, didn't think there'd be so many Perth anons. Went with some anons who I'm bros with and were constantly in a cringeworthy reactionpic state of WHAT THE FUCK. Good ride Shinbo, 10/10
>tfw my bro turns to me and remembers he banged the cosplayer announcer once before
>Go with my friend who is a yuri fag
>I'm a yuri fag as well
>Constantly nudging each other and grinning whenever there was even the slightest hint of gay
We were fags, but fuck it was fun.
I was too scared to meet anyone. I would've just arrived and looked out for people from 4chan and just listened from a distance.
M-maybe. But I highly doubt we'll get it here in Australia. Monogatari is for serious weebs.
I heard her say to her friend "I don't know why I waved -- I don't even know him!". I listened to them for a little while while I was getting my tickets. She seemed kind of autistic.
>Not liking the best accent in the world
On blokes, at least. Aussie sheilahs sound bloody awful.
Yeah it sounded like they were about 17.
Sorry that might of been me and my friend, I hate to say I pretend to be a normal fag when I'm outside.
All of my group, including my gf are massive yurifags, and mostly Sayoko shippers. This was fucking great.
Heroes for Sale. It's okay. Really good selection of comics and manga (for New Zealand) but it's overpriced (sasuga New Zealand).
S-sorry. I've lived here all my life, it's only natural.
I don't think so. I didn't actually sit directly next to anyone. Sat pretty much at the front right of the cinema. There were some people in front of me and behind me, but in my small row, there was only one guy with me. I didn't get a good look at him, but I'm sure he white.
Also, for the perth anon saying that the cosplayers activated the 3D fetish within him, don't bother searching for pictures, they're pretty 3dpd.
That said there was quite a lot of teen girls there who weren't bad, though probably terribly weeb.
>I wanted to take a picture but I was too, shy? I guess is the right word.
It can be horrible. I went to Wai-con a few years ago and there was this pretty good Tenshi cosplayer who was going around with a shitty Sakuya. I just wanted a picture of the Tenshi but when I asked for a picture they both posed together so I had to take it like that. And then I said "thanks a lot, guys" which sounds more like sarcasm because nobody fucking says "thanks a lot" down here.
Count me in.
So, did you actually like the movie? Y/N
I thought it was great, though I can understand people being asspained about it. Slow start but I can see why it had to.
I guess I'll stick to importing
Overall I didn't think there was too much /a/utism in theatre 2. Was also glad no one clapped.
I didn't know about these screenings until now and I've missed them because I was avoiding Madoka threads because cunts would always try to spoil people.
Eva 4.0 is going to be hell.
Did you mention a story about someone waiting at a school or something with a bat to hit someone!
I sat next to a girl who dressed up some girl from the survey corps from Attack on Titan (Perth fag here).
Some of the people in Perth were disgusting.
I hope you're not those people, but unfortunately it seems quite likely.
I didn't hold a conversation with anyone, but there was a guy in the queue with a 'bag of holding' who seemed like one of the tiny number of reasonably decent people.
Aside from the underage tumblr girls, most others had obnoxious teenager-hair, or were in large groups of normals, or were 'highschool anime-club' types.
I would have liked to have met up with some bros beforehand, seeing as I went alone. I wanted to talk about the movie with someone afterwards.
You're all such fuckin' normies, bloody hell.
I'm surpised how many Perth anons there are. Didn't know there were so many people from Perth on here in the first place. We could've had a pretty good meetup, even.
Maybe for Kizu, right?
Just got back from the second Sydney screening.
Pretty cool movie, man.
I find that when threads turn to this subject they tend to get suddenly deleted before any concrete plans are made because the more /a/nti-social among us report them.
Holy shit yes... were you the guy right next to us?
>tfw went to wai-con last year and there was a guy cosplaying ZUN
not him, but oh shit I'm near joondalup too
>>>/cgl/ >>>/soc/ etc.
All the rabid ones would've gone to the first screening.
Yes, why not? Corrupted heroin is my fav.
I'm sure homu thinks theatre 2 a best
>Two 70 year old ladies in the lobby
Oh, I'm sure they're just there to drop off grand kids or so-
>They went in
>With no kids
>tfw too autistic to start a conversation
>leave after movie's done
>Shinji-tier train ride
First time to finally go meet fellow animefags and I fuck it up. Next screening s-surely.
Also a chance to add to my board collection. To those that got guides, what the hell are they? We only got a board and poster.
I enjoyed the experience.
It'll take a bit longer till I can digest the story fully though.
I got the big plot point if Rebellion spoiled for me before I even watched the show and I was still fucking surprised when it happened.
There was a notable confusion in the room when it wasn't bluray only dvd.
Though I doubt Kizu would get screenings
Especially as Bake is licenced Hanabee here and they're pretty tiny
Theater 2 masterrace reporting in
>no teenage girls
>the only retard was Poster Guy, who was based
I was in front of you. For shame anon.
>tfw too autistic to start a conversation
>leave after movie's done
>Shinji-tier train ride
my experience exactly. i caught a bus though
I wanted to start a shitty awkward conversation with some of the people who I saw were alone, but I was with my sister, so I thought it would be too intimidating for all involved.
There was a guy alone at the train station afterwards, but I couldn't pluck up the courage then either.
Hanabee only sells DVD and BD. No problem whatsoever with screening a movie.
Near joondalup? I'm in joondalup.
Maybe I'll actually go next time. Sounds a lot better than I expected.
I made the mistake of thinking people would strike up a conversation with me since I was wearing a shirt with an anime reference.
Nope. I'm so alone.
saw a japanese qt3.14 yurifag fujoshi with a cool accent sitting in front of me
i'm about 90% sure her bf was an /a/utist
fucking hell, none of you deserve to be that happy
It's Australia, the country is run by old people for old people.
Shit, I wouldn't be surprised if there were like ten 70+ year olds in this thread right now
What features did he have?
I'm guessing that some normalfag parent who might have been into anime just saw the poster outside of Luna and decided to take their kid. Somehow I think Urobutcher and Shinbo both make these shows hoping that a scenario like that happens.
Forgive me, I didn't want to go to the movie alone so I got the only person I knew would go.
Agreed it was really civilized, like last year. I'm paying $21 for a movie that want to watch if i want to go to a zoo I would go. Syupid girl MC at start trying to rev up the audience for their shitty con (not Supernova) some Racecourse even in the eastern suburbs lol. Also Dendy to many ads for Newtown - this is a 1 off event I don't want starmedia shit advertising
I liked it, but I'm nor sure if it didn't the series any justice. It was one of those cases where it was nice to get more, but probably would've been better with out.
It was good. I'm glad I went.
I knew they opened at 12pm, just underestimated how much everyone wanted signature boards.
The figs we're probably normal price for the store that was selling them. But once you take into account shipping from japan they were still a bit overpriced.
>a girl who looked 14 going in with her parents
I wonder how the parents felt.
I can't remember specific details.
Black t-shirt, I think. Dark/black hair. Fairly standard looking. On the short end? No offense.
Are you me, anon?
I too was hoping to make some animefags friends but too autistic to talk to any of the loners around me.
I only got to say 'thank you' to the guy handing put the posters.
Know of any country in the world that is run by the youth?
I was the first fucking person to miss out on a poster. Fuck everything
I went in with a girl who was 14.
Her favourite is Kyoko. She has great taste.
That convention's a fucking joke but I still go anyways because we have nothing else
All bebe wanted was to eat cheese.
Also Mami was the cheese on the cake, I was seriously expecting her to kill Mami.
I felt sorry for some of the parents going in with the 8-12 year old girls, they wouldn't be able to appreciate the mahou shoujo.
I don't know what to say. I don't think wearing a shirt is a conversation starter anon.
It did? What the?
I saw a guy wearing a Hatsune Miku shirt. He was alone. I wanted to talk to him but I was too scared.
there was a young girl dressed as homura that came into the screening just as the movie was starting. she had her really old, really bogan looking father (i assume) with her. that whole experience must have been awkward as fuck for him.
Any central or western african nation
They all die before leaving their youth
>Sat next to a based-looking old guy.
>Noticed he was sleeping halfway though.
Probably a common tale. I know my parents did the same when I saw the first Pokemon film in the cinema.
Was that the guy who was wearing the Miku vest and tie? I should have talked to him as well, he seemed pretty bro.
So I guess the ABC airing must have really worked. Brisbane 1430 screening had bunch of very young kids and absolute champion mothers. Also did anyone else get extra boards? Three tickets and they gave us six boards, I assume by accident.
At least in America and places there's a bunch of fun things to do
In Aus it's like they focus on making sure there's hardly shit to do for the young adult age group. Feels like I'm in a super large old folks home sometimes
No info on when it's going to air?
a good ship is a good ship, no matter the color of its sails
I start conversations over band shirts
It's hardly odd to think that someone may do it over chinese cartoons
Aside from obvious potential embarrassment
With ponytail hair and glasses?
How young? Depending on the answer, that could be pretty cute.
It's still kind of cute anyway.
Wow, didnt realise so many people were /a/.
Were all the people from here in some sort of /a/ group?
It aired last year.
What a coincidence, my sister also likes Kyoko.
She was considering cosplaying as her but was too embarrassed.
>Hey bro you like series x
Then again, I went to an anime convention a year or two back and saw a fat guy with a K-ON! shirt. I tried to strike up a conversation with him about it but he said he didn't know what K-ON! was and pretty much walked away really fast.
Yeah no thanks. I think I will just live in Australia thanks. Sydney was hot and humid today, bit I got to indulge in retail shopping therapy, and then saw Rebellion, so all good
I guess we will find out, but I don't think Hanabee has done anything like that before. That said, if someone tries to have an /a/ meet up I'll be there.
I just realised that if I'd gone I could've worn this and people would have actually noticed it's referencing something for the first time.
What the fuck? What times? My little brother tuned into ABC3 pretty much 24/7.
What cinema? There was a Japanese qt in front of me, too. She dyed her hair blonde, which actually looked pretty good.
I can't quite remember. I didn't have my glasses on, so I didn't see properly, but I could definitely tell it was Hatsune Miku.
she looked probably 14ish? so not super young. her father was probably rightfully concerned about his daughter going alone into a theatre with a bunch of neckbeards while she's dressed as an anime character.
i was just amused by the father. he looked like a fucking bikie.
Jesus christ, none of my friends like Kyoko. And whenever there's a cosplay group at some event there's never a Kyoko.
Faggots I tell you
Wow, didnt realise so many people were /a/.
Were all the people from here going alone in some sort of /a/ group?
>fat guy with a K-ON! shirt
>he didn't know what K-ON!
Jesus christ I laughed then cringed like a motherfucker
I was expecting her to be 10 or something.
I wonder what the father thought of the movie. I think I'd be afraid to ask.
You should've encouraged her to do it. The embarrassment would have made it even better.
it just feels like a cringeworthy thing for anyone to do. If someone I didn't know came up to me and talked to me about my shirt It'd make me want to get out of said conversation as soon as possible. It's just not something people do.
Me to friend, me too. Good to know I had some spiritual brothers there
Sorry guy, what was the shirt. I kept seeing guys with rewrite T-shirt's and my friend said he saw some "science" shirt with nichijo and stein's on it.
So the only way to watch this is to fly to Melbourne right now???
Fuck I cant believe I missed it....
Shit, maybe. I think I was thinking of someone else, but I think I did notice you as well.
I was in a green/grey checkered shirt, and have short dark blonde hair, with my sister who has long blonde hair. We were at the train station right after.
I regret not talking to people, since no-one in my life relates to my hobbies, since my sister only started watching pleb-tier shows at my recommendation a month or so ago.
I think it was like friday/saturday at like 7-8pm.
It was a long while ago, might've been late 2012 not sure.
>Con last year
>playing KOF XIII with a marisa cosplayer
>didn't know 2hu at all
That killed conversation.
was fun getting bodied for like 30 minutes though.
I wore that in red at the melb screening; no one said anything though.
There was no meet up for Australia, as far as I know. I'm really surprised how many Aussies went, especially from Perth.
We all Sydney hivemind. ie alone!
>Hey man did you like the mov-
>YOU THINK I'M INTO LITTLE TEEN GIRLS FIGHTING MONSTERS WITH MAGIC SON?
Sydney meet up for 4.44?
I had a couple of guys comment on my KLK shirt. Couldn't get any courage to anyone else on my own accord though.
This is the bit where you conspire to hook your sisters up with each other.
I really want another screening so I can go in after memorizing the Puella Magi rune chart but nope only 1 showing.
Really a shame
You know there was 2 chances to get one right?
When I first got there some girl had a milk carton of posters which were gone in 30 seconds.
A minute later a guy appeared with another crate. Im almost certain there were more crates since most of the people in my cinema has holding a poster when we left.
They can't handle a real wumin
Also, I didn't notice it on the camrip, but
>Kyouko wiping away her tears during the Homura fight with her spear after Sayaka jumps away
Pic related. Even if it is powerlevel hiding I still only wear it to exclusively to anime events/at home.
Oh hey, I'm totally bros with that science t-shirt dude. Perth'd again.
This is pretty much me. I honestly think we should have a meetup next time a movie airs. If we're all horribly autistic, it shouldn't be too bad, since we're all in each others company and can be autistic together.
I think I remember seeing a shirt like that, but I avoided looking at most people except to laugh at some of those idiots who actually 'took care' of their neckbeards.
It won't even necessarily be a conversation, just as you walk past say "nice shirt" or something
and if they're willing to talk they'll probably take that opportunity to say something back.
If not, no biggie because you can just keep on walking
Good practice if you're really autistic
BDs in April.
>wearing anything KLK
Oh fuck. I read this in Macho Man Randy Savages voice.
Discussing anime with a biker would make for a hell of an interesting story.
You lost your way.
I shouldn't say that, I didn't say a word for 2 and a half hours.
FUCK, I was right at the end and there were like 5 empty crates though
Was expecting today to be much more awkward but it really wasn't half-bad.
Are you a bad enough dude to proudly display your free poster in your room?
That was tall red head afro guy. I was talking to him before I got my ticket. Devastated I didn't see his shirt at first because he was wearing a Hawaiin button-up over it.
>Three guys talking about Shibo in Perth after the screening.
You seemed nice, but I was scared to join in the conversation.
Likewise in light oxford to the Auckland screening.
Not a peep, not that I was really expecting one.
I think I'd be up for it. Sounds like a bit of fun.
It will probably be awkward as fuck.
I would've if I fucking got one. I'm so fucking angry I didn't get one. Almost ruined the whole experience.
>tfw you walked past my row and I just mumbled 'don't lose you're way' while spaghetti fell out of my pockets
Nobody visits my room. Literally ever, apart from the bi-yearly inspection guy.
I walk past a framing shop on my way to work every day.
I'm thinking of leaving early sometime next week and getting it framed.
I-I saw you, anon. You looked like you were with people so I didn't say anything. Sorry.
At least you tried. I would've have even thought of saying "don't lose your way", to be honest.
I didn't see any disturbing fedora otaku this time, so count me in.
I'll be probably going alone to Eva anyway since my Madokafag friend doesn't like it.
I saw a few suspicious (socially awkward) looking people sitting alone with bags on the seat next to them.
None of you guys were using this were you?
I was at sydney showing, so maybe it was just at both sydney and perth screenings.
It seems as though your powerlevel was too well hidden. I think we just need someone to set up a meet up one time.
What if it was actually the bikie father that wanted to see it, and he brought his daughter along for the ride?
Then he's a top bloke
You need to step up, Kodaka.
I went alone. After I got my signboard, there was about a 2-hour break before the screening started, so I followed a Sayaka cosplayer around hoping she'd get lunch so I could yell at her for wasting food if she didn't finish it. She ate every bite and I stumbleran out of the cafe, getting spaghetti everywhere
I didn't do any of that. First time I went to that cinema, too, so I had no fucking idea where to go.
Were you in theatre 2? all was calm until some guy came in saying 'I got a poster!', at which point all the asians bolted for the door.
Are there usually this many asians at Dendy anime showing? I'll probably be going for 4.44.
Oh shit, yeah I remember standing behind him. Maybe we should just all man up and talk to each other next event. I ended up leaving pretty much right after the screening.
That's pretty fucking kawaii.
Cute biker girls doing cute biker things when?
Fortunately my autism kept me silent but I really wanted to laugh at that Madman trailer for The Wind Rises they showed before the movie.
Like the whole thing focused on being a gross sloppy blowjob for Miyazaki.
i went alone but i didn't do anything retarded like that. i don't think it's such a big deal seeing a movie alone. should i feel embarrassed?
>19 empty seats with party hats will make people suspicious like my last birthday
When it comes up I always find that there seems to actually be a lot of Perthfags here.
Probably because Perth is so fucking dead and such a shit place for anime lovers to be that we have absolutely nowhere else to go.
I feel positively normal after reading that cringefest, thanks anon.
Sydney has a huge Asian population, m8.
That was me.
Sorry, Kind of an obnoxious cunt.
Sucks for those people who left as soon as possible, they missed the scene after the credits where Nick Fury recruits Homura for the Avengers
>hoping she'd get lunch so I could yell at her for wasting food if she didn't finish it.
Doing Kyouko's work anon.
>"One ticket please"
>"The Madoka screening"
>fuck yeah dont give a fuck
>sit amidst a sea of smelly neckbeards, teen, pre-teen skellys, normals and tumblerites
>parents with thier kids look like they're about to go in shock
>hear SNK SAO KLK banter talk escape into the air like highly pressured spaghetti strands
>h-hehe yeah what plebs
>My hair is itchy from my morning cut
>I could be at the gym instead
>spend 20 minutes cuffing my shirt on and off
>Finish my soda before and popcorn within 10 mins in
A-alpha as fuck
Might have been me, but lots of people up have been talking about him given the craziness of the ending.
i shared your sentiments m8
yeah it was a bit much. i laughed quietly at "POSSIBLY THE GREATEST FILM EVER"
Perth? Did you have that triple star shirt?
How socially awkward are these meetups? I dont want to be the guy who doesnt fit in/talk in a 4chan meetup. That would be fucking horrible.
From the laugh, Sounds like a lot of people did.
Loved the shit out of it though, Even if I've been "What??"-ing to myself all afternoon.
They were some of the very few people there who didn't look underage. Standing at the bottom of the stairs.
I was standing next to them alone.
That was so funny.
I wonder how they actually found out about it. It took a decent amount of digging for me to actually find the screening.
Then he's a fucking top bloke.
At least you tried, right?
Yeah, I guess. W-we could m-maybe do a meetup or something next time.. you know, for the people who don't have friends.
I was just with my imouto. But it's okay, I wasn't anywhere near confident enough to strike up a conversation with anyone else either.
I've never been to one. That sounds like something I'd do though, so at least you won't be alone.
>/a/ memespouters sitting behind me the whole film
I imagine as long as someone breaks the ice early with some common /a/ talk it wouldn't be too bad.
I was in 1, I just sat disgruntled at the front and was murmuring I was going to kill people
I can barely talk to people, even family. So it doesn't seem like a good idea for me.
They were really reaching for straws in terms of advertising content, given that the film doesn't have any sort of mythological gimmick.
Yeah, that was me. It's definitely me if you noticed my little sister who sat next to me.
Shit, this reminded me of the last time I had a party.
Back then I actually knew a lot of people and invited a bunch of dudes to go play laser tag.
Then the night came and only two of my friends showed up. They must have thought I was making all my other friends up.
Fuck, I was with my imouto as well. Was your imouto the asian girl with the triangular Madoka print on a white t-shirt? I feel like we may have missed out on something amazing.
Who bought figs?
Or multiple tickets hoping for boards?
Be honest, there was one guy with a bag of 4+ figs so I know someone must have.
>so, g-guys...what's your AOTS?
And then we all get into a fight.
>I dont want to be the guy who doesnt fit in/talk in a 4chan meetup.
I highly doubt it. Unless all the normies on /a/ are the only people who go to it.
That's disgusting. I admit, I browsed /a/ on my phone while sitting in the cinema waiting for the movie to start, though.
So basically what we've established is that a bunch of us go to these things. And we'd all like to meet up and talk.
Come on /a/usfags. Let's make it happen.
Will there be any fem/a/nons?
That does sound like it would work, but I'm afraid that everyone will start talking about shows that I haven't seen. That would be the worst.
If we get Kizu, I promise to go to a meetup, or even help organise one.
>Unless all the normies on /a/ are the only people who go to it.
This scares me.
Judging from the screening and some of the posts in this thread, the number of normies isn't exactly small.
>you know, for the people who don't have friends.
All of us, you mean?
So, what we've established is that whenever you go to these movies, we all need to wear a big "I'm from /a/" badge so that meetups can be spontaneous and actually happen, and that way you don't have to accidentally talk to a tumblr/reddit/gaia/MAL type person.
>cosplaying at a theater
For US premier I had an /a/ meetup. It was pretty cool but there were no best girl wars because it's much harder to call someone a faggot with shit taste when they're right in front of you and you've just made friends with them.
Not to say I didn't profess Homura as best girl the whole time like an alpha.
Hopefully the next time not at Newtown as it always seems to be to crowded to even sit down over a meal
Not caring does not equate to being alpha at all anon
That's like saying autistic loudmouth weebs are alpha
I-I'd meet up with people from /a/delaide.
Fairly sure the guy playing taiko last year on the second day of Avcon a lot goes on /a/, we talked about Osu
We're not normies, anon, we just act like it. Just because you don't sport a neckbeard and a Yuru Yuri XXL shirt doesn't mean you can't be /a/ on the inside.
Remember powerlevel hiding?
yeah we need some kind of subtle i'm from /a/ indicator. besides the neckbeards and fedora's that is.
Just watch more shows.
Discussion would be about whatever would be showing most likely.
I can imagine for 4.44, someone would walk up a little late and break the ice with a
>SO HOW ABOUT THEM REIFAGS?
Thats what I was thinking. Im worried some poeople are thinking of going in an /a/ meetup to make friends.
While others just dont want to be seen alone. It would be an uncomfortable mixup.
there was a contest
There are reel anime events at Luna every year so I suppose that could function as a meet up opportunity, though organising something that /soc/ tier.
Let's have everyone wear Accelerator shirts
Normies and people able to conceal their power levels for stealth movement among the regular population are not the same thing
There was a contest for free BDs.
Really, the problem /a/ has seems to be less about being a bunch of obnoxious autistic dickheads and more that everyone is too withdrawn, self-concious and repressed to actually start conversations and talk to people.
A meetup might actually be decent.
yeah a 4.44 meetup would just be faggots circlejerking over whichever girl ends up winning
I bought four extra tickets. Managed to sell them off though.
What didn't you meet up with Dr Dazza. He got youtube famous for his first impression of 1st ep Madoka in 2011 (japanese found him hilarious)
>Remember powerlevel hiding
I hide my powerlevel expertly. I still don't have any friends. I usually go weeks without conversation.
If you can somehow hide your social anxiety as well, then please share.
Don't be worried. No such thing in /a/ meetups
There's people who can pretend to be normal and people who can't, that's it.
All of the true normals don't go to meetups because they have friends or a college anime club.
Yeah. It seems like there are a lot more normalfags than I thought. I'm not sure if it's people who've made friends from /a/ or act normal or something. But I'd be scared to go to a 4chan meetup in the possibility that everyone is normal.
Some of the people were talking about how they went with their friends, though. ;_;
I was too scared to ask for a Madoka ticket at the counter, and it took too long to verify my Paypal, so I missed out.
Buy something from patchbro. Or just walk around with a sign that says, "who homu here"
i'm in the same boat. i can perfectly imitate a normalfag. no one i work with has any idea that i have literally no friends and spend my evenings drinking alone shitposting on 4chan and masturbating to chinese cartoons.
I have never went to the cinema alone, but if I ever do, the ninja seems like a safe bet.
Seriously, how many of you guys went with your imoutos?
How many of your imoutos are cute?
How many of you redeemed your free ticket from the last screening?
Why didn't you just ask for a ticket to the anime screening? They'll know which one it is.
Any group from 4chan having a meetup will have more normies since non-normalfags are usually more shy, so they won't interact as much and get drowned out, or might just not go.
>There's people who can pretend to be normal and people who can't, that's it.
I guess all the people who look underage are just pretending to look underage as well?
I regret going. My illusion of /a/ has been thoroughly penetrated.
>There are reel anime events at Luna every year
I had no idea, wow.
I'd prefer a meetup. Going alone was shit. It was terrifying. I'd rather meet up with people from 4chan and have it be awkward.
My imouto was wearing a cute hat and she's not fat, does that count as "cute"?
How is that any better?
I thought the movie was great and all the nightmare/witch/apocalypse imagery was pretty fantastic, but did anybody else find it reaching sensory overload levels as a whole? It's all good but it makes up a pretty big part of the movie.
Fool! Cinema (Dendy newtown) staff have to deal with shit all the time , I could get my online code working on the scanner, fortunately they got it working because I forgot to bring my credit card for verification
>tfw live in Melbourne CBD
>no /a/ friends whos taste I can call shit.
If any of you guys wanted I'd probably be cool with starting an /a/ meetup.
It'll be shit.
Went with my qt3.14. We're both massive Sayokofags so we were very satisfied.
Oh I thought you meant you didn't want to actually tell them it was for Madoka.
They might have just been regular customers of the theater who go there to watch whatever random artsy thing is on.
pretend you are mute and write down your request on a piece of paper
Pretty much. I have a job that relies on my social skills more than anything else.
And yet I still have no friends because I don't care about football and going out to clubs and getting smashed like my coworkers.
Just meet at a pub around the corner and on a saturday night I'm sure it'd be glaringly obvious who is going to a screening
Or you could even exchange emails and reveal your first names
I really doubt it'd be very hard to organise
I suspect a lot of /a/nons look younger than they actually are.
Arranging the meetup is pretty bad if you don't have internet on your phone though, like me.
Since you have to say what you'll be wearing and look out for each other, then ask a more or less stranger if they're they person you think they are.
I'm afraid to go to a meetup just because of how underage I do look, despite not being underage. I'm not even that short, it's just that everyone around me is so tall.
>perfectly imitate a normalfag
I don't know about that.
When I was working, I still couldn't hold a conversation for shit with my co-workers.
People know I'm socially retarded from their first impression, but I still don't give any hint of being into Chinese cartoons.
I'm not sure if that counts as a good normalfag disguise.
Didn't bother. It may be too old anyway. Dendy keeps quoting public holidays no free ticket everytime im in the area anyway. Anyway no shadowpuppets on the ceiling like last year Sydney
Those poor cosplayers.
Didn't last year's Reel get cancelled? I thought we didn't end up getting 3.0 and was annoyed about it.
All one has to do to imitate a normalfag is stay silent and attempt to contain the spaghetti.
I can relate.
I was ID'd when I bought a lottery ticket (16 and up) when I was 20.
I would grow facial hair, but it's patchy and blonde and shit.
Luna has a licensed area. Not sure if it was open though.
Grow a beard?
Even if it's shit it's enough
This. And also dress like someone from 2014.
So, when the fuck is Madoka: The Sayaka Strikes Back coming out
Reddit, tumblr, and normals lurk /a/ quite often and sometimes even post. You just gotta deal with it and stick with your autistbros.
Ah, I was wondering why that didn't happen. I suppose there are some off years then, here's hoping we get 4.0
I can also relate to the facial hair.
I would grow facial hair, but I end up looking like the devil if he had brown hair and never went outside. It's too embarrassing.
>mfw I saw people getting ready to leave when Madoka was coming down from the heavens
>mfw the audible reaction when Akuma Homura
Nice. Figs in the corner on the window sil? Also figs not rape as Jap Bokkstore Kyo? have Madoka for $120. Hobbyco Town Hall thou wanted to reap for (tiny) Persona figs at $55.00
I jumped a little and eyes sprung open at akuma homura.
I figured all the stuff about Homura was fake and I was tired at that point.
Kinda bothers me how Urobutcher chose to portray love as such a negative and destructive force. What Homu was channeling seemed more like obsession or something rather than love.
Did anyone stay around for the scene after the credits? Why do you think Homura topped herself. It seemed pretty obvious that her and Madoka would become enemies at some point. Was she just ending things before they came to blows?
And did they fug?
Fucking Australia, mate.
>Still a manlet by our standards
When Shinbo wants to make it I guess. I hope Gen gets more work because I don't like the idea of Shinnbo telling him what to do with his characters/scenarios. Anyway scientist Kyubey was a bit confusing. If they are fighting wraiths not witches than the timeline for Rebellion is wrong? ie Kyubey should be eating cubes and not interested in entropy
I'm afraid to go to a meetup because I'm a girl.
Fuck, I didn't even know it was screening here
I knew a lot of people that heard stuff about Homura but let their guard down after the "no you are the witches" part, so AI YO was still a surprise.
2pm is too early for me. I was eating breakfast at that time.
Homura called it love.
Whether or not it's just obsession is still an arguable point.
An Australian under 6 feet is a manlet.
That's not destructive at all!
Homura is like, the only meguca ever to master her own despair (without Madoka shouldering the burden), isn't she? Seems kind of like a big deal.
I feel underage. Although I'm only 18
184cm though. Generally as tall/bit taller than people. Most people taller than me tower over methough.
I'm afraid to go to a meetup because there might be girls there.
I knew it, there are actually some girls on /a/.
I know what you mean. It was hard to get up for it, but definitely worth it.
I don't think that it necessarily portrays love as a destructive force, but that homu is so obsessed with madoka to the point of calling it love to justify her obsession
Are you telling us you're not a little girl?
>tfw you will never meet a loli /a/non who will tell you your waifu is a whore
But no one cares if you are a grill . I'm sure you are as shitty a person as the rest of us.
As far as
I'm concerned Homu has always been obsession. Remember wanting to kill Sayaka in the TV series. etc. Gen had to write to make the movie scenario work because Shinbo made him. I wonder what the next movie spinoffs will be llike
I think obsession isn't incorrect for Homura though. Through the time loops, she eventually grew more distant from the other girls, and once she had to kill Madoka herself, she became extremely single minded about what she was going to do.
Obviously, if you've ever been on /cgl/ there are girls everywhere, most do anime stuff.
I was looking for cosplay tips/basics
I haven't been in a crowded public place for ages.
Is it normal for people to look at you? I had to go to the bathroom twice before airing just to check that I didn't have anything on my face, or that my fly was open, or something.
Won't be any attractive ones.
But do you have a dick?
Depends where you go
At gigs and shit I'm taller or equal to most at 177cm. Just don't walk near a highschool or university because all the younger generation are fucking huge
That doesn't matter. They're still scary.
What occurs out of love occurs beyond good and evil. Or something.
Nah, there are plenty of girls here and at meetups. Autism knows no bounds, not even gender.
I meant screening. Sorry.
I think Gen has officially signed off on Madoka and if they do decide to do more, it will be without him.
I don't think more is necessary, at this point.
Yes, but not for an abnormally long period of time
Well, Madoka already represents positive love. Homura is just the dark side of that.
That's what made it such a gutpunch. Homura always struck me as this stoic battler, Going up against overwhelming odds. It's kind of depressing that after going through so much her mentality has changed to "The world has held me down and shat on me for so long, I WANT HER even if it rips the cycle asunder and dooms the universe"
Guess it's a fitting character development though.
he said he's finished writing the story of Madoka with the series, and finished Homura's with the movies
So... Sayaka Magica?
It was about two seconds each. About 2/5 people would do it.
Yes, mostly passing glances.
Did you never talk to your mom or something? I have extensive amount of experience talking to the ladies because I spoke a lot to my mom!
Please no. I hope they're not any of us.
>I haven't been in a crowded public place for ages.
I went to Vic Park shops for the first time instead of my local supermarket for a few years. It was strange to realise how much I was panicking over being around that many people.
You'd really leave HomuMado in it's current state?
You're as sadistic as the butcher himself.
Pretty happy I got a poster.
Thought Perth would run out before I got to them.
>A bunch of girls came up to talk to this one neckbeard in a non-bitch way constantly
>My relatively normal looking ass didn't have a conversation all night
I don't get it.
>Nice. Figs in the corner on the window sil?
Prize fig Homu (forget actual name)
School Uniform Ver. Figma Homu
>Hobbyco Town Hall thou wanted to reap for (tiny) Persona figs at $55.00
175 here, there is literally only one Australian guy on my shift at work shorter than me. That's of about 25 people.
If I didn't have an exam today I wouldn't have woke up in time for the 5pm showing.
I had a nap and almost missed my train.
Adelaide had a shitload of spare posters, I got mine after I went out, there was probably 20+ left.
Stare 'em down and they'll look away
Well, curse me for not going earlier, I suppose.
I have to be honest, this is exactly the end I was hoping for and expected from Homura considering how she felt about the world.
I'm so annoyed I didn't get one
Maybe the neckbeard had an open and inviting face
Assuming you're meeting their eyes (hence noticing them looking at you), you then know it's normal anon
People look at shit
Very rarely are people that much of a cunt that they'd stare because someone was fat, or hairy, or sweaty. They'll notice it when you look naturally and not be phased
This thread made me go check if there was a screening in my country.
Turns out they're playing it next weekend. And all the seats are sold out already.
Maybe they were friends.
I'll get my loli sister to say it if you want
175 here too. What's with all the 175's?
What country, anon?
Please can you do that.
They did run out fairly quickly I think, I was near the start of the line so I got everything I wanted but I know a lot of people around me didn't get posters or the signed cards.
Try for a scalper at the door. or make friends and hope someone gets sick!
My trick is rolling with a group of friends and acting like I'm having a little -too- much fun.
It means I get to approach people, get in other people space and act like a bit of sperg occasionally if I make a mistake. If you've got people behind you and you look normal or unassuming enough, people wont be put off.
Do it. I expect a vocaroo shortly.
I only got into the Luna at about 1:15. Wasn't even in there 10 minutes before they let us in though. When I got handed mine as I walked through there was probably 10-15 left.
I was thinking I would only get a board though, so to get both was great.
I went home and babysat my four younger siblings a few weeks back and my 4yo brother was parroting "Hajimaru yo~" by the time we got to Yuru Yuri S2. So I'm pretty satisfied as far as sibling interaction goes for a while.
I was one of the last people to leave and they still had a huge pile of posters left
>tfw 180 cm
you guys make me feel tall
i don't feel tall in crowds through. why are australians so huge?
When are you going to start dressing him in frilly dresses?
I am seriously considering going, but it depends on how many girls are going. Call it female cliche or whatever, but I don't want to be the only one with a vagina there.
I'm 180cm, but I look underage as fuck. It might be my haircut, I guess. I don't know how to cut my hair, but I still have your regular high school boy haircut despite my age. I'd be too scared to go to an /a/ meetup because they'd all think I'm some stupid 15-year-old.
anyone below 6'0" is a manlet
i barely qualify as 'tall' myself
I was tied between wanting KyoSaya or MadoHomu.
Are you one of those autists who doesnt talk to the opposite sex or one of the autists who doesnt talk to either sex?