Harem anime where every member of the harem is voiced by Kana Hanazawa. KanaHana imouto, KanaHana tsundere, KanaHana tomboy, all without the courage to confess their feelings for the dense MC.
During the final episode, childhood friend NOT voiced by KanaHana comes out of nowhere and wins
I get Nisio to make an original anime in cooperation with BONES.
Just make a romance anime where the final scene is the MC waking up alone in his bedroom.
Childhood friend voiced by Kugimiya Rie.
Yuri series where all the girls turn out to be traps in the end.
Make the tomboy the last minute winner and we've got ourselves a deal.
It's a horror anime from the POV of a serial killer, but it's actually an anime from the POV of a horror stunt man.
Romantic drama between two characters. They're given proper development. Halfway through however, have the MC do a 180 and randomly fall for another girl that previously had no interest in him.
Sequel to hugely popular anime in which the same episode airs 8 times.
A movie addon to the main series, recreating the last two episodes into actual ending.
A lot of christian symbolism and sexual imagery.
Yuri show focusing on a single couple where, in the penultimate episode, one of the girls says she wants to break up with the other right at the end. The final episode is spent showing the girl who instigated the breakup finding a dude, marrying him, having kids, and generally living happily ever after. Meanwhile, the other girl is shown to remain a lesbian, and remain miserable for the rest of her life. This would also work with the genders reversed.
>This would also work with the genders reversed.
I'm not sure if fujoshi or /u/fag tears would be more delicious. I do love me some crying landwhale though...
A lighthearted, kid-friendly adventure series where the protagonist actually takes up the antagonist's offer to join him (as that is a typical thing for an antag to say in one of his evil speeches). With the number of episodes announced beforehand, this would be done halfway through the series, and the episode would end with a generic "and then they took over the world" or whatever. Despite being the supposed halfway point, the series would actually end there, and its time slot would be filled by whatever else (maybe a rerun of the same show).
Add in "KanaHana Mom", "KanaHana Classmate", "KanaHana Ojou Drilltits", "KanaHana Ninja" and you got a deal.
Three letters: NTR
>and its time slot would be filled by whatever else (maybe a rerun of the same show).
Better yet, there's a new MC trying to take down the dynamic evil duo and the old MC continually slaps new MC's shit until new MC dies in the last episode and the old MC takes his girl.
NTR, amnesia, "falling out of love" are the worst things to add in a series after so much build up.
basically a 15 episode Gundam Seed with Kira and Lacus being evil and Shin dying while Kira fucks both Lacus and Lunamaria in his funeral
An anime about a multinational military unit of cute lolis, members from all over the globe are each more adorable than the last. Then 90% of screentime is spent on an irritating Japanese Mary Sue MC who is better than any of them at all of their specialties and renders them all irrelevant. In the final episode everyone else sacrifices themselves to save the MC.
Nah, that's not the point. The point is to trick the audience and have it end incredibly abruptly. Instead, your idea just showcases the protag's change into a villain. The initial change could be very abrupt, yes, but then you give the audience half the series to grow into it. Maybe if you made the second half exceedingly dark it could work by being really jarring with the first half, but personally I'm disinclined to simply come up with some Berserk eclipse-tier event thrown into Sazae-san. Seems too obvious.
No no no, we're making an anime to troll the viewer, not sell millions. The nips LOVE that kind of shit. If you want to troll the largest possible audience you need to make the Mary Sue Middle Eastern.
I was imagining that it would be kind of dark, yeah. The abrupt thing is nice, but don't you think there'd be something to having the old MC curb stomping the new guy with those same special abilities we cheered when he picked up? Besides, the time slots are announced a month or so in advance, people would know something was up.
>don't you think there'd be something to having the old MC curb stomping the new guy with those same special abilities we cheered when he picked up?
It's just that "and then everyone was evil/raped/dead" is a bit too obvious of a twist, as far as ridiculously unexpected twists go. It lacks a bit of creativity.
>Besides, the time slots are announced a month or so in advance, people would know something was up.
And I'm saying the TV station(s) would be in on it and lie. That's the only way it would work.
A show that stars a bunch of cute girls doing cute things with massive yuri undertones, and then halfway through the 2nd cour (which would have to be delayed like a month or two for full effect) black boyfriends for ALL of the main characters would be introduced.
Its a show about nothing
I think that would backfire on you and actually create a decent show. I'm not a fan of Nisio, but putting him in charge of writing would vastly improve Bones' pitiful sense of storytelling.
If trolling is your goal, it would be much easier to say "Bones mecha"
12 episodes of non stop kyon-kun denwa
>"and then everyone was evil/raped/dead" is a bit too obvious of a twist
No it's not, for precisely the same reason you thought having the MC turn evil in the first place would be a good twist: that never happens. The MC is never supposed to accept the big bad's offer to be evil, and when he does it should be a ruse. Combined with a massive tone shift and sufficient amounts of EDGE it'd be glorious and the audience would be shitting bricks.
>Station in on it
Can't see that happen, especially considering how touchy the Japanese get over their cartoons. Not to mention the fact that they stand to lose money over that essentially wasted time slot.
Anime about cute girls doing cute things behind the lines of a WW1 like trench war.
They drive trucks and bring supplies to bases and depots and do cute things. Battles are talked about and you constantly hear them in the background throughout the whole show. You are constantly aware they these girls are in the middle of a bloody costly war.
At no point do the girls fight, shoot a gun at the enemy or even see any action at all
Do both. Either have the show focus on two couples, or have two simultaneous shows with one featuring the gay couple and the other focusing on lesbian couple. The two former homosexuals who chose to split from their partners find and marry each other.
Make a period drama about shogun. In space.
No not on different planets or a space station. Space. As in, the vast openness of space.
MC was a reverse trap. Voiced by KanaHana.
The girl in the title doesn't win.
On second thought...
Another anime that would be a top seller instead of trolling anybody.
a anime that depicts the koreans as the bad guys during the rape of nanking
that would rustle jimmies everywhere
That sounds pleasant actually, would watch.
KimiKiss. Fucking KimiKiss.
I thought SAO did this until he went the hospital. I about shit myself.
Is this some advanced brand of reverse-trolling?
>the same reason you thought having the MC turn evil in the first place would be a good twist
Then you've misunderstood the central point behind my idea: it's far less about the protag being evil, and far more about it ending where no one thought it would. "Evil" works better than "dead" in this case because you'd know that he would still be doing something, but they don't show it. In the case of him dying or, say, just abruptly killing the antag in a single attack in the middle of an evil speech, the protag's adventure really does end, and thus isn't as jarring of an ending.
>Can't see that happen, especially considering how touchy the Japanese get over their cartoons. Not to mention the fact that they stand to lose money over that essentially wasted time slot.
I'm not sure you understand the premise of the thread.
A lot of these are just twists. Wheres the trolling?
The protagonist knows what he wants, it's his harem that's undecided.
There is no sub. It was made by a major Japanese studio, and the credits list a lot of big-league Japanese voice actors. But, no matter how hard you look, you will never find it in Japanese with English subtitles. You can only watch the dub.
>far more about it ending where no one thought it would.
I get that, I just see room for more audience fuckery if you keep it going, since "the MC made an unexpected group of friends, the end" is really as jarring as seeing the changes that happen afterward in addition to screwing over a new character with similar ideals. The parallelism there alone would set the audience up for more trollish events.
>"Evil" works better than "dead" in this case because...
Irrelevant, I never even brought those up.
>I'm not sure you understand the premise of the thread.
I understand, it seems I'm just taking it a step farther than you are.
Starts off with MC confessing to the girl he likes and her accepting. First few episodes are about them getting used to dating and all that noise. Girlfriend's friend is a lesbian and starts to try to get the girlfriend to break up with the MC. Everytime there's a small disagreement, even if they agree in the end, the friend flips it to make it seem like the MC is a terrible and possessive person and the girlfriend starts to buy into it. As time goes on it's almost their month anniversary and the and the friend, tired of trying with words tells the girlfriend to meet her at some train station where "goons" otakus with no will of their own bribed through seduction hired by her molest her friend until she runs in to "save her". She then gives a speech about how all men are perverted cowards and how girls should be rid of them. She then proceeds to bring up all the "bad things" the MC has done and begins "comfort her". As the days go by the girlfriend acts more distant towards the MC despite his best efforts to get things better by the anniversary. As the day of the anniversary comes he decides to bake her her favorite keki for the month celebration. He gets a text from her phone saying he can come over to her house and that he should just walk in since the door would be open. When he walks in he hears his girlfriend moaning loudly and quickly rushes to make sure she's okay. What he finds his girlfriend 69ing the friend, the friend facing the door. She looks him dead in the eyes and winks, the girlfriend not seeing him at the door.
>I get that, I just see room for more audience fuckery if you keep it going
It's just a completely different idea at that point.
>Irrelevant, I never even brought those up.
It was simply an explanation as to why I used "evil."
>I understand, it seems I'm just taking it a step farther than you are.
No, because as I said above, you're taking it in a completely different direction. Additionally, that's not what I meant - it doesn't matter that any of this shit that we come up with is implausible.
Hapless guy gets sucked into a fantasy world, where he's sent on a quest to defeat the evil overlord who is trying to conquer the continent. He's got a super special power because magic that gives him an amazing edge in combat and he quickly gains a harem of cute girls fighting over him.
About two-thirds of the way through, after a lot of wacky hijinks, close battles and dangerous questing, our hero finds out that there's no way for him to return home. He totally snaps, and goes full paranoid believing that he's been manipulated by the magical powers that be. He slaughters his entire harem one by one and embarks on a new mission to utterly destroy the fantasy world. The evil overlord and the alliance of nobles who originally summoned the hero soon find themselves cooperating to fend him off. More Earthlings are summoned in attempts to create more heroes to fend off the MC.
Everything is to no avail, and in the penultimate episode he is finally ready to activate the macguffin that will cast everything into ruin. For the final episode, he sets it off instantly, and for the next twenty minutes of the episode we see nothing but incredibly animated scenes of twisted death and destruction, as the earth cracks and people wither on their feet. At the very end, we see the MC laughing hysterically as tears stream down his face until finally the void swallows him up and there is nothing but black. The End.
Series with a cast of lolis gets timeskip halfway through.
A fun , cute slice of life show filled with girls.
Episode one introduces all of the girls, etc.
Episode two focuses on their messy, bloody menstrual periods and has them taking disgusting stinky shits and farting all the time.
>It's just a completely different idea at that point.
Call it a fork, they're the same until that branching point, not that it really matters.
>It was simply an explanation as to why I used "evil."
Fair enough, but we were never in disagreement there.
>it doesn't matter that any of this shit that we come up with is implausible.
Your end twist was largely dependent on no one knowing that there wouldn't be more episodes, I was pointing out that that aspect wouldn't work well, even if you wrote the script and made the show so you'd basically end up with no twist. Ignoring that is like saying everyone would be trolled by your plot because you wanted them to.
I like it when that happens, actually.
Incest and drug use are portrayed as being kinda weird. The characters try and disassociate with those known for either of those things.
>I was pointing out that that aspect wouldn't work well
Shaft was in on Kafuka being dead all along. Are you saying that my idea is completely impossible?
>creator has an idea of what actual girls are like
SHAFT is not a TV network. The problem was that people would know when your show actually ended because of TV guides and whatnot. I can see some studio making the show, the issue is with no one knowing when the ending would be.
Make a regular show with a good soundtrack, but when the OST comes out it turns out that all the tracks turn into rap.
Every time this has happened hasn't bothered me a bit.
>The problem was that people would know when your show actually ended because of TV guides and whatnot.
Right, and so they'd have to lie. They would just say "the next episode of [shitty adventure show]" for as many weeks in advance as necessary.
Best anime of all time, everything's perfect about it, but they somehow make it so it can only be streamed. You can't download it at all. The stream is fine, no problems, but it's still a stream.
Show about the world ending in a year and the MC has to get his family off the planet.
In the end, MC causes the death of his family, his waifu he found in his journeys, and he destroys the world in a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Mashiroiro Symphony? or >>101830913
Anime show with no lolis.
Yes, and I'm saying the TV networks wouldn't, as I already said. This would be both due to otaku rage and potential lost money.
We're running in circles now, but there is a solution: OVAs. It's not uncommon for a STUDIO to release one of those without the next one announced right, so you could draw out the TV series a bit and shove all of that last episode stuff into the OVA and right after the MC goes evil end things with a nice "おわり" at the end. That would work, since no one but the studio would have to be in on the twist.
I still think you could get more rage out of taking the idea farther, but there is at least that way for you to get your stinger ending.
light hearted kyoani featuring horde of moeblobs, stealing the hearts of otakus everywhere. Last episode every girl shown getting married and having kids before graduating highschool. making them impure.
>light hearted kyoani featuring horde of moeblobs, stealing the hearts of otakus everywhere. Last episode every girl shown having kids before graduating highschool.
>This would be both due to otaku rage and potential lost money.
Dude, most of the ideas here are designed to make some group or other of nerds rage. I don't see why we need to constrain our ideas to what's plausible.
Harem series with handsome alpha MC chooses best girl, but in the last episode we find out that the MC was completely delusional and was only imagining that he was handsome and the girls liked him.
In reality he's an overweight otaku who has been making unwanted passes at all the girls in his "harem" and stalking "best girl."
All the girls actually think he's a creep, and they all already have much better looking boyfriends of their own, who they have sex with regularly.
>Yes, and I'm saying the TV networks wouldn't, as I already said. This would be both due to otaku rage and potential lost money.
I don't think you understand the concept of a hypothetical question.
>No it's not
A heartwarming moe story about a cute orphan girl who receives the help from her classmates, school and neighbourhood to get through life and fight the bullying of a jealous antagonist (who's an ugly landwhale).
In the final episode, it's revealed that the cute moe girl is actually a North Korean wetback who stole the antagonist girl's identity. Nobody believes the antagonist girl because she's ugly.
An anime where the same episode is played for two months straight, but it being animated differently every episode.
That sounds brilliant, actually.
An anime that starts off with interesting characters, action and a good story, then mellows out in the middle.
Nothing happens, very little character development is shown, everyone takes it easy and the fights (if any) are bland and forgettable. The preview for each episode is deliberately made to mislead the viewer into thinking the show will pick up, but it never does.
Basically, beach episode stretched out for almost an entire season.
In the last two or three episodes, the show brings back the plot and action in an explosive way, touches on each characters' psyche, and leaves a hook for a new season, which never happens.
A year or so later, a series of films are released that appear to pick up where the last episode left off, but it turns out to be a long, pretentious series of recaps being told in reverse in an alternate universe setting.
This anime is literally everything you love exept it's shit on a certain critical aspect.
So it would be exactly like a harem anime, but the main character would be female, and the harem male. The whole show would be 1:1 remakes of episodes/scenes from other anime. The guys would get caught in states of undress and proceed to beat the shit out of the female mc. No one in universe ever brings it up.
MC ends up with a ghetto black American girl instead of pure Nip waifu.
It's a standard harem with a bunch of A+ tier girls who make forward but not slutty advances on the MC. The MC constantly pushes them away with excuses like 'you're just toying with me' or 'no way you really mean it' or generally being a dick to their kindness.
Throughout the season there would be the typical /a/ rage of 'what the hell is the MC a fag how could he turn that away'
In the final episode it's revealed that the whole setting is a VR game and all the girls were actually played by fat neckbeards, as the MC suspected all along.
An anime where a lolicon who is paid to babysit his college-aged neighbors' 9 year old little sister every weekend.
The "9 year old" is actually a psychotic middle-aged woman with a birth defect that makes her look like a child, her "older sisters" are actually her younger sisters, and all of them are anti-pedophilia extremists who deliberately lure pedophiles into their home to murder them. The "MC" dies in the third episode, and the rest of the show is dedicated to them moving neighborhoods, changing their names, appearance and personalities to avoid detection, all the while brutally killing pedophiles. At the same time, their past before they began the murders is shown.
The show touches on elements like child abuse, emotional trauma and society's views on various paraphilias.
I'm not really sure this is all that trollish, but I'd watch the shit out of it.
OP shows some interesting characters that actually never appear in the show
>start an anime studio that specializes in both bishoujo and bishounen SOL and drama
>establish a reputation and gain a large fanbase
>after ten or so years, announce that the genders of the main cast of every show you produce henceforth will be determined by fan poll
Watch out there, satan. Make the female friend ugly and you've got it
Master of Martial Hearts.
Any more to add to the list?
The first episode sets up a compelling mystery about a man trying to find the man who molested him when he was a child.
He gets a job as a school teacher and spends most of his time molesting his students as some perverse way of getting back at his own molester.
In the end it turns out that he was never molested and that he was actually hallucinating off of a gas leak.
Standard harem for 6 episodes. On the 7th episode everybody is gender-swapped except MC. This continues for the rest of the show.
I'd pay good money to see this.
10/10 would watch
10/10 would follow.
A show about a group of revolutionaries fighting an underground war against a corrupt city state - get a new recruit whose old boss shares a voice with the revolutions leader.
Penultimate ep is big leadup to final battle-which never happens. final ep begins with leaders voice going "For a second, I thought you were going to turn on us" - leading to MC and old boss walking down a corridor, discussing this that and the other while flashing to the dead/jailed/other revolutionairies.
MC collects his pay for the mission, goes back home to his worst girl wife and their kids. As credits play, MC takes a light and thinks about those he's betrayed - then,in a puff of smoke, dismisses his old Nakama.
"Sorry kids, but this kinda shit is what happens in the real world."
And then MC and love interest live happily ever after.
Seems it would be a successful troll. I can see there being a lot of threads arguing about socially dysfunctional anonymous dorks on the Internet who want to be little girls, and whether they deserve love or not.
You know... I'd actually watch that.
Why is it when /a/ tries to troll itself some genuinely interesting ideas come out?
Well, one of those has actually been done. The others are because /a/ actually has pretty good ideas so long as we aren't expected to expand upon or execute them.
pretty sure it people will drop and canceled before it even hits episode 1.
Stereotypical harem setup with 3 to 4 girls in the usual flavors: tsundere, dandere, loli, and maybe a tomboy for spice, and a male best friend to continually remind him how lucky he is etc. Tsundere is the odds-on favorite to win for most of the series; she gets the most screen time and intimate moments.
Last two episodes MC goes full gay for his best friend.They end up together.
>MC chooses the horse at the end
They dissacossiate themselves with high doses of ketamine.
Oh please, all you need is one or two big name VAs and a sufficiently cute not-loli and there are people on /a/ that will watch it just for that. The show would get more followers once the crazy shit starts happening. I can't speak for Japan, but the Nips will buy anything.
Nigga you almost wrote the plot for the Shuffle! anime adaptation
An extremely graphic account of the exploits of the world's most prolific serial killers
Each episode is dedicated to an individual serial killer
At the end it turns out that it was all the imagination of an autistic otaku. He attempts to live out his serial killer fantasies, but every time he tries be shuts down because of his aversion to human interaction.
Harem where the MC has to choose a girl in the end, he confesses he was gay the whole time
The first episode start out with an interesting premise, fleshed out characters, Fate/Zero-tier action and everything else. As the series progress animation starts getting worse and worse along with the writing and the plot, character development goes from nicely done to absolutely nonexistence, and the plot slowly turns into typical haremshit filled with absurd fanservice moments.
That would make things a whole lot more interesting.
And the best bro that seemed to be cock blocking the entire time was a trap?
Well that went horribly wrong. Childhood friend?
A reverse harem anime based on a popular series of otome games where the MC is sent to live in a house with a group of handsome, sadistic brothers.
It gets as lewd as non-H anime is generally allowed to get, and the MC is repeatedly shown to be emotionally distressed by everything that's happening, and prays for death.
In the last episode, she's attacked by all of them at once in the middle a hallway. Gradually, the scene is shifted so that the MC is revealed to be a filthy, mud-covered pig squealing in agony and the brothers are shown to be sweaty, obese neckbeards huddling over it in the middle of a dirty shack, naked.
They kill themselves after the deed. Worst boy loses. The end.
The entire anime before then was a shared, self-induced hallucination and the men had all been sexually depraved adult virgins who had met on a message board and planned out a suicide pact/orgy. Only they weren't comfortable going gay, so they needed a female for the latter part. They couldn't lure any woman or pay for an escort, so they settled for a pig.
The OP is actually full of imagery and symbolism related to "the truth", but there's no way to know until it's too late.
It would be better if the hints were spread out across the entire show, like zetsubou sensei.
Isn't this almost exactly the plot of Sora no Woto?
12/10 would distribute to women
One modification: as the fantasy world is destroyed the weapon opens a portal back to Earth which sucks the MC in, and the last shot is the character going catatonic as he realized he's just committed mass genocide and has to live with it.
So a slow pitched NTR?
Imagine punching somebody so hard that they turned into a door. Then you found out that’s where ALL doors come from, and you got initiated into a murder club that makes doors. The stronger you punch, the better the door. So there are like super strong murderers who punch people into Venetian doors and shit.
I would actually watch that, so long as they have diatribes about the histories of different door designs, and someone gets doorknobbed at least once in the entire series.
It'd have to be absolutely crazy though. Like the strongest guy needs to punch so hard he makes blast doors or something, and the MC has to one up that guy because plot.
Maybe the MC discovers his powers by making someone a rotating door on the first try in a moment of panic, but after learning of his powers and trying again he's only able to make doggie doors for the entire first arc.
Light Yagami took the mind and the body of Lelouch. He is the Superior Emperor now.
This work for western audience.
Light Yagami faces Zero's Black Knights who he sees as corrupt terrorists but has to find out his real identity before he can kill him with death note. In the ultimate battle of plot devices can Geass defeat Death Note?
Last 5 minutes reveal it was all according to plan as he has an NTR fetish and furiously masturbates to it right there.
>TL note: keikaku means plan
A high quality show with an excellent story that is cut half way through only to replace it with a different story with different characters, setting and one third of the production budget of the original story's episodes. I mean LITERALLY just change the entire show to a really shitty story with no relation to the original story at all, like if you took Evangelion and half way through it suddenly switched to a crappy SoL about highschool girls in a completely different world all together but kept being called Evangelion and was still the same show.
A love triangle between a male MC like Kyon, typical tsundere popular girl like Asuka and a chubby ara ara girl like Mutsumi from Love Hina.
And the chubby ara ara girl wins in the end.
While I bet the rage on /a/ would be epic because the Tsundere lost...I'd actually like to see a show like that. Not even lying.
Yeah, this would be a successful troll and an actually enjoyable shitty romance show.
Big Bang Theory Anime version
You fucking monster, they would never see it coming and their tears would be so sweet.
>And the chubby ara ara girl wins in the end.
I love you
To make it worse, the MC dates the Tsundere girl for most of the show as a tease. Only to dump her and switch to the ara ara girl at the end of high school. Like a reverse Kimagure Orange Road.
Nah, I'd play it like Love Hina straight. MC chases Asuka like a lost puppy confronts her like Suzuka and then gets with Mutsumi and stays with Mutsumi because she actually makes him happy.
Meh id go with the typicall love hina setting only in the end the guy gets the harem except for the childhood friend
MC chases Asuka, gives up halfway through the series and "settles" for Mutsumi while always comparing her to and pining for Asuka. When Asuka realizes she wants MC-kun's dick, MC realizes Mutsumi is best girl and turns down Asuka in crushing rejection.
I'm actually writing this concept out right now into a light novel format. And the reason I have him dating the tsundere girl is to show all the effects of what happens when you actually date a Tsundere girl...which 99% of these shows don't ever show. Especially Love Hina, which just ends with Keitaro and Naru declaring they love each other and then...what's next? They live happily ever after just because it's the last episode?
There needs to be actual development. What happens if the MC actually goes the next step and does date the Tsundere....and finds out over a year or two he isn't compatible with her? Or maybe he starts to become more attracted to the other ara ara girl while he's in the relationship with the Tsundere....
Or what if both happens at the same time? Which is what happens in my story. That's the point. Actual development instead of just 25 episodes of 'slap the MC around' and then 'I love you!'
This is what I love about Golden Time -- it's actually following the development of a relationship sort of like this instead of just the bullshit will-they-won't-they lead-up.
Also, yeah, this thread kind of turned into >unexpectedly good plot ideas
I'm told the manga for Suzuka goes into the "what its really like to date a bitch" arc for a bit so you might read that to draw some inspiration (though I'm also told they start to make more excuses for her behaviour at the same time so ymmv)
I'll look into it. But a lot of my inspiration is actually coming from my own life in high school, where I actually knew a honest to god 'tsundere' girl and 'ara ara' girl and was stuck in an actual love triangle between them.
Not trying to derail this thread into focusing on my concept or bragging about my life. But its nice to bounce my ideas around and get some help. Since I've sort of been struggling writing it (only on chapter 4 right now).
I'd watch it
I don't know if it would troll the viewers but it would certainly be hilarious. I have an idea about something along the likes of Strike Witches/Vividred Operation and maybe Infinite Stratos. It's about middle school/early high school girls being in an army division and they fight against some alien threat that only girls their age can do, but somehow the late teen early twenties loser/otaku main character gets the ability as well and becomes one of them. At first the girls can't stand the mc and treat him like shit, but they eventually accept him as one of them. There are groups like that all over the world fighting the alien threat that only they can do. At the end of the show, a way to exterminate the alien threat for good is discovered and it's revealed that the normal armies are far more powerful than the girl soldiers and can defeat the aliens really easy, it's just that the aliens were like pests that wouldn't go away so they just gave the job to the girl soldiers instead, the earth was never even close to danger and the final scene is the mc standing in his girly soldier gear with the other girls dropping their jaws at the revelation.
>MC is a beta, chubby 19 year old ronin, bullied all his life, working part time at a convenience store.
>finds some cool looking sneakers lying by the side of the road. it didn't fit in at first, but it slides right in on his second try, a perfect fit.
>comes across some dangerous looking bikers mugging an old office worker. MC tries to talk them out of doing it, after much deliberation. their focus shifts to him.
>being a slowpoke, he knows running isn't going to help. he runs anyway, and they give chase. he's oddly outrunning them. his pursuers get on their bikes. while the bikes are faster, he manages to outmaneuver them through obstacles, performing jackie chan/parkour like moves.
>he later finds out the sneaker he took not only makes him run faster & jump higher, but assists with his coordination, footwork & balance. however, because he's not quite fit, he lacks the stamina to pull these moves consecutively.
>MC's later confronted by a man (the stoic type) and a woman who knows about his sneakers, telling him that they too have found and are in the possession of a few mysterious items with special traits like his shoes.
>it is explained that there are more of these items/gadgets out there, all of which came from the distant future.
>they invite him to help them find more of these items/gadgets to prevent them from being misused, and maybe find out who's leaving them lying around and his/her purpose for doing so.
>these items/gadgets varies greatly, consisting mostly of toys, some common household and office items, and rarely, an actual lethal weapon. just far more advanced.
>application by those who finds them varies as well, from harmless to deadly. even the "toys" can be lethal if used in ways it shouldn't.
>each item are ID tagged upon first usage, so they can only be used by one user. there's a way around this much later on.
>think Doraemon, sans a robot cat for proper life lessons and innocent hijinks. just a lot of potentially dangerous gadgets.
>there are 2 ways to bypass the ID tag: via a special instrument, which ended up destroyed after confronting a major enemy & presumed the only one in their time, OR via the owner's death after witnessing it themselves.
>the stoic whom MC admires for being so calm & in control is actually a psychopath, creating the team MC joined & using them to collect these gadgets, using the pretext of keeping them away from dangerous people. specifically, he was looking for a way to bypass the ID tag & a sort of "worldwide gadget tracker", which they found in the 2nd arc, killing one of his "nakama" to test the ID tag bypass. this would lead to the final arc with him as the final boss. believes himself to be the messiah who will show the world a true utopia.
>after they fell apart, MC picks pieces of the team up, and recalled why they joined in the first place. they'd vow they keep these gadgets from being misused, and now's as good a time as any to stop the stoic.
>while tracking the stoic, the team stumbles upon a recorded log made by the very culprit who's been sending these gadgets from the future; a self-proclaimed mad scientist(MS), he offers no coherent reason to his actions, spouting non-sensical babble about the butterfly effect & chaos theory. he declares himself an agent of chaos.
>MS reveals that the machine he used to send those gadgets back in time works only one way & on inorganic matter, based on a theory & prototype that's been worked on for centuries, leaving the team frustrated that they can never give him a good beating as he is totally unreachable.
>the stoic is beaten at the end, with one of MC's shoes badly broken. despite the victory, he was still angry & bitter. seeing how mentally unwell the stoic was, he couldn't blame him. all this wouldn't happen if MS did not get involved with his time.
>years later, MC would graduate college, & reverse engineer his broken shoes, using the tech to start a new business & revolutionize technology from then onwards. he would do the same for all the other gadgets over time.
>many years later, after reverse engineering all of the gadgets he and his friends gathered, bringing technology to a rapid rise, scientists theorize time travel may now be possible. still bitter & angry, MC would fund the R&D for a working time machine that would send him to the future to give MS a damn beating. he dies before it saw any fruition.
>centuries later, the R&D papers would be revealed to the public, eventually resulting in MS creating the time machine, spreading chaos to the past.
>we still don't know why he's doing it. END
What are her standout roles? I have yet to see her do anything exemplary, or at least to a level that deserves such a large following.
Haruhi Season 3
All episodes are just endless eight
what is cromartie
literally a whole fucking episode of humming i'm still mad can't believe i watched it.
Fucking fund it.
>show about futas doing cute things
>mc futa has e.d.
>plot: futa and friends try to cure mc of her problem
>episode 12: it was fake bulge all along
>futa and friends break up
>littlest futa with glasses starts crying then looks at the camera and says
>"dont worry, we'll reunite in season 2 *wink
tfw no season 2 and waiting on chapter 3 ;_;
>shounen battle manga
>start it at about when the story is 75% done chronologically
>MC has a flashback about how he and his friends got there
>actual plot is the best shounenshit you can imagine
>after a couple hundred chapters gets back to where the flashback started
>instead of continuing the story, it loops back into the flashback
>story is exactly the same but with different angles and clothes like endless eight
>see how long they could keep it going on the sole promise of it actually continuing at some point
10/10 would actually watch and beg for sequel