Has there ever even been an objectively good anime..?
Pic DEFINITELY unrelated.
depends on your objectives
Not really. A lot of good animes get more seasons which in turn makes them bad
No anon I said GOOD
Boku no Pico.
Implying Cowboy Bebop wasn't good.
Proceed to commit seppoku.
>not taking the name out of your screenshot
I don't like being spoonfed, anon
How do people still find this funny
then why did you make a recommendation thread
Boku no Pico
Boku no Pico
>everyone who hasn't seem BNP thinks it's a joke
>He doesn't like Boku no Pico.
What are you, a faggot?
Bebopu and pic related
inb4 tryhard haters
you want the real shit OP, well I gotcha
Just check the sales anonkun. Good anime =good sales. Its basic economics that people pay for quality when it comes to entertainment
*tips fedora* thanx!!
call of duty
The anime could be discussed in depth for ages if it were a more mainstream media, and it excelled in animation and soundtrack no matter how you slice it. I can definitely see why someone would find it boring, but it can't be denied that for what it's objectives were, it pulled them off at a level that's nearly perfect and all quantifiable content is more or less at the top of it's medium.
Mushi-shi, I cannot comprehend any flaw with it besides lacking a large overarching story and that's just personal preference.
Every Manga Time manga adaptation is objectively good
the concept of "good" is subjective.
good luck getting a valid response other than this
Anyone saying it was boring is really too autistic to just watch a bunch of characters interact in a world. I can see how that would drive some people off, I guess.
Welcome to the NHK
Hajime No Ippo, doubly so if we're talking manga as well.
Yes, Nichijou. It has objectively good animation, which is one of the few criteria you can actually judge on an objective level.
if there was nobody from /a/ would like it
everyones favourite anime is shit