where are you faggots, its the promised time
>living in sydney
hope your meet goes well
>wanting to meet with people from /a/
>wanting to meet with people from 4chan
go away straya cunt
Skinny manlet in a red shirt and long hair about to go into the courthouse hotel.
Phone is really low on battery
Just finished work, I'm less than 15 minutes away, is anyone there?
Everyone I've met either from or a result of 4chan have been nice people - I have met irl /a/, /g/ and /tg/ goers and they have all been nice people.
Well I'm not sure if I should go since I'm supposed to go to my friend's Birthday party in Erskinville at 4... But if people want to get a casual drink and talk about animu
3 of us here now
I just got back from the screening in Melbourne.
Trap in the audience. As to be expected.
Just got back as well, but
>paying attention to the crowd instead of the $19 movie
So every state gets another screening but not Perth? God damn it madman!!!! SOME PEOPLE MISSED IT LAST TIME!!!
Common mate, the guy was walking in front of me when i left, he had a massive pink umbrella.
I mean, each to their own and all that, i fully support people who want to express themselves, I'm just saying it was pretty appropriate is all.
This is getting showings in Australia? That must be why they were playing it on the ABC a few months ago.
It was the dub.
There are two acceptable states QLD for real men and VIC for civilized men
>ABC other than 24
Australia has the worse anime community.
This is why power level hiding in this country is so damn important, in one of my class those normalfags who that reads Bleach and Streams Naruto in the Uni Library.
It's not great mate, steer clear if I were you.
>Watching anime on abc
>not watching it on TVS
Wait what the fuck? Where and when in Sydney?
Do parents thinking its harmless allow their kids to watch madoka and oreimo?
Wow I saw you, nice shoes faggot
ABC3 cancelled Madoka after six episodes
>Australia has the worse anime community.
AUS anime community consists /a/ of 4chan.
You haven't been to south asia
That's definitely not true. There must be others because there are people on my facebook that still talk about Naruto like it's the greatest thing ever. If they'd ever been on /a/ they would know it's unacceptable to do such things.
I live in Australia and everyone I know who watch anime all browse /a/.
Nope, majority of people who watch anime here in Sydney are casuals who love kuroshitsu and SnK.
I can admit I suppress my power level because there's so many cringe tier people around.
You are seriously disconnected from the Australian anime community if you think that.
USA here. I have 2 anon friends at my university who frequent /a/ and we talk about it sometimes. Sometimes we even team up.
>went to go buy Azumanga in Kinokuniya
>some asian girls, understandable
>suddenly sweaty, mouthbreathing ball of lard approaches aisle
>looking at all the Bleach volumes
>another idiot who thinks he's /fa/ because he has doc martens but he's wearing a faggy trilby
>guy walking around with full-sized headphones on, outside
I hate the anime fanbase so much, the only decent person I saw there was with his apparent girlfriend and recommending she grab Yotsuba, then they looked down the aisle and spot SnK, start talking about how bad it is and people are actually paying for that shit
Respect to those two
sage for blogshit
Did you forget?
Cosplayers are scum, regardless of country.
The Sydney Anime scene doesn't do he massive mega-piratin' Anime sharing LA parties like they used to.
One time, they hired out the conference room at the Flemington Markets...
And schoolage-girls with the country's largest Yaoi collection would show up in nekomimi...
'Cause nothing really mattress.
No really, that mattress is disgusting and there's trash everywhere. Sasuga Sydney.
Thats because shit internet, i mean, i didn't get adsl till 2003 or 2004 i think it was.
Enjoy yourselves, /a/usfags. Sadly I'm 6 hours away from a city so it's impossible for me to attend.
Last time I went there a couple years ago there was a girl about 14-15 there going full fujo-mode on her friend with her. She was talking loud enough from the manga section I could hear her from the counter area going on about Kuroshitsuji and her favourite yaoi couples with who would be bottom and top in the relationship.
Suddenly I remembered it was the same girl I'd seen on stage at SMASH the day before wearing a fetish-maid outfit from the back of Bras n' Things. She said her friend's sister had "made" it in the interview before going on to do her skit. Somehow they played the audio too long though, she got embarrassed and ran off stage in tears. Felt sorry for her at the time, but after how I saw her in Kino I changed my mind.
Holy shit. I had no idea such a place existed.
I bet it's staffed by neckbeards and permanently smells of sweat. I'm right, aren't I?
I live in Bundaberg and will never watch the movie in a theater. Central Queensland looser race.
No, not really since it's just a huge bookstore with both general and specialist areas. It's gotten a bit better compared to where the manga section used to be in a small aisle next to a window. People would camp in there and make it difficult to walk through.
No. It's a normal bookstore. It just happens to have some Jap stuff.
Melbfag here thought about going last weekend and again today but
That's not weather to be going out in
Jesus no. Hibernation under an aircon till the end of feb confirmed.
I'll just wait until the Astor shows it in a double feature with something a lot better.
Are you forgetting that NZ isn't part of Australia? They're so bad here, my powerlevel must stay permanently hidden.
I actually went to the anime club at uni - the president is chill as fuck, and played Tatami Galaxy and a few others for us to vote on what to watch for the year. Eveyone bitched that TG was the most boring shit they'd ever seen, and demanded the latest Naruto episode was streamed each week in its place.
Half of them came in some form of cosplay to the meeting, and asked for some time for skits to show everyone.
My one friend who claims she is a 'massive otaku' refuses to watch anything but highschool romance, english dubbed obviously. She says it can't be good if it hasn't been dubbed by proper VAs not the nip amateurs.
It was 41 degrees on last Sunday when I saw it. Nova either had no air con or their air con was just shit.
I blame this heat on Ms Devil.
Canberra. You know, the capitol of Australia in name and function alone.
Why do Americans always think Sydney is the capitol?
Is it because of Pacific Rim?
Guess these indie cinemas realised how much wonga they made from playing depressing magical girls to cause this re-screening.
God dammit, I wish Luna would play The Raid 2 already
It wasn't too bad today. The temp in the theater was comfortable enough. Definitely cooler in there than my apartment.
More like every film ever that features Australia.
The opera house is the only landmark people outside of AUS know of
I know some Americans, their lack of cultural and geographic knowledge is hilariously lacking.
The Matrix came first.
Americans enjoy the hustlebustle of big cities and Canberra is a fairly lacking place in that respect.
So, people freshly out of the theatre. What did you think of Rebellion?
I did some unpaid work at one of the hotels there a few years ago and I swear, the amount of obese Americans trying to climb it was phenomenal.
I don't even know. Gonna give it some time to stew. There's going to be a sequel right? Kind of anti-climatic otherwise.
Also, I'm pretty slow, what was the significance of the after credit scene?
Uluru is kind of uninteresting to look at though, particularly in movies. Imagine:
>Kaiju rampage throughout Alice Spring! Destroys some rock.
Who gives a flying fuck
I took me about four days of thinking and discussing on /a/ to come up with my own satisfying interpretation. I was just interested in people's first impression.
But if you really want to know what I think, including the meaning of the last scene:
Despite what they say, the Aborigines there don't actually give that much of a fuck. But It's hilarious to watch the fatties climb up half way, only to realize a gentle slope is too much for them to handle.
Is Rog going to be there?
some dramatic confrontation on top of uluru would be fun.
>some dramatic confrontation on top of uluru
I'll rather futa sex on top of Hanging Rock
Damn. That shit's deep. I think it's also a solid interpretation though.
Thanks anon. I'm going to think about it more, dw.
I was hoping Madoka would get more character development, rather than persist in the "good girl" role she's been in since day 1. I thought the fight scenes were really nice and the plot twists were well executed, though I'm still struggling to figure out how the world works after Homura's transformation.
they're not creative enough for that anyway
Courthouse hotel go go go.
Is that the huge rock? I can't shake the feeling I know it under another name...
My fucking nigger. That place is a miracle of the universe, it has fucking everything. 10/10 bookstore.
Well its pretty much all that Sydney has got right? Anyway you guys enjoyed the movie? I was a little bit indifferent to the ending last week. Full cinema in Sydney?
sydney is about 90% full.
Sounds about right.
How do you guys feel about Sayaka in the movie?
Well god knows there's fuck all else to do at hanging rock.
I thought it was cool that she got screen time. In series it seemed that her ending was the true bad ending. ie out of magical girl heaven because she was guilt tripping about being a magical girl. Remember Madoka is meant to be the saviour of ALL magical girls
Aborigines had kick-ass dreamtime gods.
I didn't recognize it until now.
>girl at 1:00
Just went to the brisbane screening, you're all fuckin skinny as shit. Get some squatz and oatz goin
Better to be skinny than a ball of lard
I was there as well, and was suprised about the lack of sperglords and fujoshits. Almost noone made a noise the whole time, it was much better than the horror stories I have heard...
when the bloody fuck did this happen? There's only nijichou and steins; dub on now
Much better than I was expecting. Before the movie I was trying to think of who would be the worst person in the audience, but even the cosplayers turned out to be fine. Most annoying thing was some guy in the back row calling it the worst movie he ever saw and saying that it could be fit into a 24 minute episode to his girlfriend, who seemed a bit annoyed by it.
I was sitting right next to the (non-mami) cosplayers, they turned out to be aquantainces.
I was trying to guess the other /a/nons in the audience, but I couldn't easily tell.
>watching Madoka in public
>watching Madoka in public with ''lel'' ''topkek'' memespouting autists who do nothing but circlejerk all day
The audience was much better than I expected but I guess that's because not many people turned up.
>Go into JB Hi-fi in Brisbane
>Decide to check out the anime section for the heck of it
>Aisle is full of regular looking people except for two sweaty fat guys and skinny fedora wearer at the anime section
>Forced to seem like I'm looking at British TV shows on the other side of the aisle while glancing back at the anime things occasionally
>End up not buying anything from there because the two fat guys were blocking my view
Being Australian is suffering
Quinkins tall were good supernaturals, short ones were evil. Not gods just... Different?
There's an anime section in JB? Oh well, I'll stick to buying shit online so I can hold on to my dignity
While I think it was just to make room for other people, me and a few others did find it funny when the Kyouko cosplayer got up from her seat and moved next to the Sayaka cosplayer's one.
I had brown hair and was just in white shirt and red shorts, but I do a lot of power-level hiding so I don't think I would have stood out that much. I would have seen you but I was in the second last row so had a pretty good view of pretty much everyone..
I know right? The Japanese interpretation of "god" is pretty weak anyway, so quincan would definitely count before even getting to their dreamtime gods.
The Bunyip is even more epic than their River masters.
This is why people from /a/ want to try and meet up. Other people from /a/ are the only ones we can put any faith in not being completely autistic weeaboo faggots. Or at least not the loud kind.
It's Ayers Rock, you apologist faggot.
I thought of a fistfight between Old Snake and Revolver Ocelot and then moved it to the more Australian Old Dingo and Revolver Wallaby.
>Meeting up with some overweight, balding neckbeards who fit the /a/ stereotype to a T, always looking at you with an angry expression as if they're about to start a shit storm over the littlest thing.
No fucking thank you.
Atleast a few of you in this thread fit that description.
From the pictures i've seen i can say that Madokafags on /a/ are:
-Some tumblrwhales always come with the train
All these shitty dubs. Remember when SBS gave us subtitled anime each week on Thursdays?
Those are the Madokafags that actually will go to meet ups.
The other ones are the waifu and gaiafags who keep making those HOMUHOMU and Mumishake threads with bad fanfics and yurifanart.
Those guys are too autistic for meet-ups but still cancer.
I was at the Sydney screening earlier today, and the people there were fucking sticks or something. Lots of asians with pimples and glasses, too.
The madoka dub isn't that bad. I think there's two dubs though, but the one shown on ABC was pretty good. Kyubey sounded what I'd expect him too.
Homura was the only girl that sounded off, but to be honest, girls with her personality in anime or even in western shows always sound off when I know what they saying.