What was the last time you cried to an animu/mango/etc?
Because Kiss Shot is so easily best girl and other girls don't even compare? Because of the ending?
Or because the movie is never going to come out?
Little Busters S2
The scene where Komari left hit me hard.
Every other episode of Chihayafuru. Fuck did that anime strike a good chord in me.
I recently rewatched 2.22. When Beautiful World played during the credits it made me tear up.
I almost cried with that too. But it would be a cry of happiness.
I never cried to any work of fiction of any medium
though I have been touched a few times
It's been too long, I don't even remember
I'll say that shows airing these days lack the ability to make me feel because they're shit
"All you need is Kill" sucks.
Gintama: The Final Chapter. Cried about 3 times in one sitting
Never. I can understand movies or even music but crying to anime is babby shit.
Kaiba during the Chronico arc and Vanilla's last stand. The ED also got me every time I watched it.
That's the only time I've ever shed tears for an anime, manga or VN.
No, the only babby here is your, normalfag.
>crying to music
Haha what a faggot
Cried twice to the 2nd nanoha movies.
To be honest? The end of S3 of The World God Only Knows.
Cried last night while rewatching K-On episode 20.
I cry a lot to anime/VNs. If you don't, you're probably gay
>Noels sister gets out of the wheelchair
>Look mom, I'm really shitposting!
Then again, I've never watched Anohana. I should get on that backlog.
Have you seen Clannad?
End of Kurosawa, when he has the speech about those ants :(
>not getting feels to good music
>People who cry at CLANNAD are mentally challenged etc.
don't feel like finding the copy pasta.
CLANNAD sucked nigger. Take your shit nakige back to animesuki
I think Colorful, but it was out of joy for the most part.
>crying to music
I bet it's whiny shit like "WAH MY GF LEFT ME FOR ANOTHER GUY" shit. You make me sick faggot.
At what part?
I've never cried to music or had a girlfriend. It's just more acceptable than cartoons.
Do you mean crying to anime OSTs from a sad anime? Like relistening to a Little Busters song or Love Letter from Rewrite?
Not the same fag, but crying to music was possible for me, The raven that refused to sing really hit me, after watching and listening to it I went to hug my imouto she's 5
Yesterday when Comic Studio ended.
Bless you, ydwtt
>not crying to any sort of medium that strikes you emotionally
I used to cry myself to sleep at night after coming home from work listening to Ozzy.
Little Busters visual novel, man I was not prepared for Refrain. Not gonna watch the anime though since I head it was a terrible adaption.
Seriously the only difference between a serious drama anime and a serious drama movie is animation. If anything one is happening to an actual character and the other is happening to an actor pretending to be a character. If you're too autistic to enjoy both, that's your loss.
Nothing wrong with it, if a song has enough basis I may even tear up. I'm just pointing out how much of a faggot that guy was.
When I just can't find my wa~y, you are always there for me~ ;_;
Refrain anime was good
The Refrain anime was good you nigger.
in manga and anime, always gets me
I cried throughout the last episode of Madoka. That was the last time anime made me cry, and that was two years ago. The only other anime that has ever brought out tears were Angel Beats and Clannad AS of course.
I don't know if /a/ can stomach this style in general, but I'm leaving this anyways
You better don't mean the final because that was shit
No it wasn't.
While reading the last few chapters of Doubutsu no Kuni earlier today. Some parts of those last two chapters were just too much.
>becomes god, now everyone forgets her
whoop dee doo
Oh fuck I forgot about this
Pretty sure it was episode 10 where I lost it.
Saddest thing ever
>lainfag butthurt about how his favorite anime didn't get the same recognition madoka did
It's the same idea but with cute girls. If Kenshiro was the MC of Madoka you'd be cheering him on.
Looks like a generic reaction image.
Madoka was terrible though and you should feel bad for liking it (along with Angel Shits and CLANNAIDS)
maedafag pls go and stay go.
High as balls to Mirai Nikki even though the ending went from sad to "happy"
Still feel like shit about it.
I can't see to cry, no matter how hard I try. even with Afterstory or Anohana or stuff that really gets to you.
What's wrong with me /a/?
fuck Anon, that song is really beautiful. In both versions.
You are not immersed
i always cry to everything
i just cant contain myself.
>Crying to shitty nikki
I bet Yuno is you're waifu
You don't cry to generic melodrama? You're fine.
>Ivy Bridge AMV
>Watch Usagi Drop
>Ivy Bridge AMV again
>Drowned in my own tears
Anohana was pretty tepid.
The other day reading Muv-Luv.
I guess I'm a faggot after all.
I recently read Ai-Ren.
I don't have a waifu anon. Plus I was high as balls, so everything is over dramatic, can't you read?
when ever pic related ends.
I think the last time was Episode 12 of KLK.
A lot of things make me cry though.
fuck you punpun
The last thing I remember making me cry was Sakamichi no Apollon.
what the fuck was all of that.
but that last drum&piano duo was excellent
It found it really relatable to my sister and I's relationship. We had hated each other ever since I was in about 4th grade, because I left her stranded alone in a forest near our house at night., and ever since then, the relationship just kept deteriorating.
Oreimo finally made me feel like making up to her, though, and now we're good friends again.
I cried during
I bit your tongue
>I left her stranded alone in a forest near our house at night.
Tell me about this.
is this going to be a running theme of Nisio Isin's work? because Katanagatari was the last thing i watched that made me fall asleep in a tear soaked pillow and i'm currently going through Bakemonogatari.
(on a side note, where can i find novels to read? I'm really falling in love with his narratives but i don't know where to start)
so did i
LIFE ON THE PRAAAANEEEEEET
Does any anime have a scene where somebody is crying in a public place during christmas while cheery music plays and it's snowing?
For some reason, I think something like that would feel very bad.
Our cat got lost, so my sister and I went out looking for him. It started to get dark, and I was cold and hungry, so I left without telling my sister. As I was leaving the forest, I heard her calling out for me, because she was scared. But, being 8, I was a jerk back then, so I left anyway. She didn't get back until 2 hours later, she was crying, and had cuts from branches and such all over her. I never really apologized to her, though.
>crying to shitty nikki even when high
I just finished LOGH so about five minutes ago.
Wow, what a motherfucker are you.
I don't think I've ever cried during any anime scene, ever. There's plenty of times when I know something is supposed to be sad, but for some reason the tears just don't come through.
In fact, I don't cry to anything, even live action. Except for the final scenes in Lord of the Rings, I started bawling like a faggot when everyone bowed to the hobbits, and then again when Frodo left.
>replacing words in a title to try to feel superior in your taste on an anonymous image board
It's all perception anon
At the ending of wold children, really got to me for some reason
but if it had to be a actually Series, it would be Anohana it just destroyed me
A+ for BigBro
There are some Monogatari translations on baka-tsuki. Notably, Kizu.
I know, I've felt terrible about it every since watching Oreimo reminded me of it, which is why I eventually went and made up to her.
Did you ever find the cat?
i -i remember this story from a thread on /b/ last year or so.
i'm glad you guys have made amends.
Yeah, he turned up about a day later. He was an outdoors cat though, so he was pretty safe.
>mirai nikki was objectively shit though
>It's all perception anon
Truly it is.
Saturday night. I cried to Log Horizon and Magi. Drinking helps
Yeah, I also cried during that episode of the first season where Kirino thanks Kyosuke about all the things he does for her.
When watching "Recently My Sister is Unusual"
I was laughing way to fucking hard.
I cried towards the end of episode 22 of Lucky Star. I know I got attached to that show allot more then /a/ ever has to that show. My mother had died giving birth to me and well, that show came close to home that time. Since episode 1 I had noticed that Konata was a younger tiny female version of me. I had totally sponged off of my dad and thus I became a borderline in stable video game nerd. And when her mother's spirit had came to visit the Izumi house-hold and observed their life, I just fucking lost it.
After reading Muv-luv Alternative
That's not an /a/ related image.
thank you so much!
i'm going to read it as soon as i'm done with Bakemonogatari.
I always wanted to read Muv-luv Alternative, but I just cannot finish Extra. I wish I could just skip that shit.
>Robin's childhood (One Piece) where she meets her mum.
Rewatched it recently. For such a shit anime adaption that part was done very well.
Welcome to the NHK
I've never cried while reading or watching any piece of fiction.
Does that mean I'm less of a human since I have problem empathizing with the characters?
Samurai Flamenco. Rivers were flowing down my face
I'm not even saying this as an insult or an attack on you. It only means your more Aspergers
I had an even further level.
While reading Berserk I developed depression, after talking to a psych he said it may have been a catalyst in causing the depression.
I definintely reckon it was as well, the backstory arc was horrible, everything was going so well for him and all I could do was cringe and wait for everything to go wrong.
Really made me appreciate how good Berserk is though, it was heart breaking getting up to date and now having to wait 6months for more chapters.
Maybe. The men in white coats are publishing papers these days with titles like "The sociopath next door" and "One person in twenty-five has no soul". You could be a horrible emotionless monster who should be locked up, away from society so that you don't kill us, the ordinary, good old fashioned humans who cried at Hughes' death.
Or maybe not. Not like it really matters, anyway.
The damn burial scene was drawn out far too long.
I cry so ridiculously much during media that it's not even funny. Even when something is obviously fishing for tears.
Just means you haven't read/watched anything that you got emotionally attached to. Some people are more prone to it than others.
I only cry when I can relate to it somehow. I didn't shed a single tear during Clannad/Afterstory or AnoHana but I'm >>101886927
naruto makes me cry a lot. especially when Asuma died
Kokoro connect, yesterday.
That was before it went full soap though. I can't bring myself to care if there's too much melodrama in a row, at least break it up a bit.
That's probably it. So far I've managed to find things that I've been able to separate my self from enough to where I don't have a emotional connection too.
Didnt some russian kid kill himself because Naruto died or something?
nice placebo pleb
I liked Colorful but for some reason it just didn't hit me very hard.
This is truly a terrible show
But I'm still going to watch it
>tfw you aren't really close to your family bc they aren't the best people
>tfw people tell you family is the most important and you should care for them more than anyone else
>tfw you are more attached to your friends then you are any family
>tfw you watch Clannad and learn that family is relative / who you consider / what you make it
>tfw the next new person I talk to may end up being part of my family
Why did I not realize his sooner in life.
lemma guess... 5th ep?
I haven't read the Tomoyo VN, is it better than her Another World arc?
when do they fuck?
My Girl, a few weeks ago. Fuck seinen man, shit hits way too close to home...I miss my mom
Bumping this for interest. I have the VN ready to go but I never feel like playing it until I 100% clannad.
I'm kinda hoping they just all die horribly and this becomes a tragedy, If I am becoming completely honest
That one hit pretty hard, but surprising some of the sillier stuff was really heartwarming, like the "Super secret confession" to Inaba.
Still, the whole anime kind of pissed me off. I started it with no expectations, the first arc was fantastic and I loved it, and then it went full soap opera in the "desires" arc.
Light novel adaptations should only adapt the first novel. Index, Maou-sama, Kokoro, all LNs seems to shit themselves after that first novel.
I wish I could cry because of my animu, mango, or VNs. I've gotten pretty close a few times but I've never actually cried.
Reception is generally negative on /a/ if i recall correctly
This exact moment
Not counting anything I've re-watched since then.
2 weeks ago watching ano hana
It's okay, me too /a/non. I teared up when Asuma died, and even got a little watery with Itachi's final smile as he dies.
Why is this?
Cried duing katawa shoujo, felt close during some clannad routes, bawled my fucking eyes out at little busters refrain and then to kurugayas route in the vn (doki hurry the fuck up with the fucking ex routes you cunts) got feels at the end of oreimo, felt sad at yosuga no sora and Evangelion,
I cried the most at little busters refrain. I watched the anime first and had no idea what to expect in season 2. The fucking music just kills me and as the series goes on the OP gets sadder and sadder.
It has terribly written porn scenes, a lot of people are angry at the ending.
It might be worth reading though, it's not that long.
>terribly written porn scenes
this is my fetish
Random moments when I re-watched this episode
Also that song http://youtu.be/yghMhMw_KTU
The Rurouni Kenshin live action movie... that was also the very last time I cried, I think.
>his name was Samurai Flamenco
the girl"s just a worthless bitch and her dad is too much of a nice guy, i want to say the the whore should've died but her dad deserves better than that.
Angel Beats made me cry. It was overall a great blend of slice-of-life comedy and really tragic scenes. The fact that it pulled its punches most of the time to let you get close to the characters is what got me. But *every time* Angel Beats tried to make me cry, it succeeded. So it gets top points.
My heart is not ready.
Amount of suffering projected: ∞ x 6
That did make me choke up, actually.
Also Sae/Hiro Graduation OVA.
The tears started when Kyouko died, and they didn't stop until the end.
Ano Hana in 2011 and Clannad After Story before that. I really like crying but it doesn't happen that often for me.
Sometimes it's the last place you expect it.
Have you seen Ano Natsu de Matteru (The Suffering in That Summer)
You're pretty cool /a/
One of the saddest thing's I've read in a long time.
>Now and Then, Here and There
When I started reading Berserk a few months ago... it's perfect
I wasn't aware that Ano Natsu was that kind of show. I might backlog it.
Ano Natsu was the story following the red haired alien girl right?
The end gave me some feels if so.
Most recent was the last episode of Ano Hana.
The only times before that include Clannad After Story's sunflower scene and Madoka's ascension to godhood (Sagitta Luminis was too beautiful)
Haven't cried to much in a long time, but I was reading Oyasumi Punpun the other day and the farewell scene with his father brought me to tears for some reason. Just thinking about how it seemed like the father had bigger dreams and hopes for his life, but things didn't go how he planned. I know he's sort of portrayed as a deadbeat in a lot of ways, but the farewell scene really got to me.
yeah. that end man...
Can't tell if sarcasm or not. Either way, agreed.
This scene hit me the hardest.
First episode of Aria, it wasn't even that emotional but I still cried a little for some reason.
I was clearing it off my backlog, so I didn't see this coming at all.
The ED just made it worse.
I love you anon, we all do.
I knew what was going to happen to snail, but I guess I wasn't ready.
i cried at the 2nd episode of wideface sotsugyou
Never cried during any anime, but I did get pretty depressed during NHK when the best friend left the show. Dropped the show for a month before finishing the last episodes.
Ohh nigga, what was the name of this music video again?
Gurren Lagann, when Nia dies.
I'm a total sucker for that sort of ending
>I bit your tongue
Use google or dye you shit sucker
We don't deserve a dramatic death
How the fuck do you drop a show after finishing it.
Sorry, maybe I worded it wrong. Meant to say I stopped watching the show for about a month before picking it back up to finish.
Ahh, right. Thanks.
Almost in any show/manga. I take it too seriously. For instance, I cried in BokuInu and also in Deadman wonderland manga where the psychotic manipulative girl doesn't lose her hair.
1st Nanoha movie.
Then I immediately put on the second and started crying at the end of that too.
boku no pico made me cry. Seriously. It was one of the best pieces of artwork i've ever had the pleasure of fapping too.
Here's the very latest edition that I know. (It has that scene from LS).
Nope you worded it right, I was just being autistic. Good on you, Anon, for finishing your business.
>Uncle, are you sleeping?
Fucking hell why did you remind me.
>That dazzling sun -
>That winter day -
＞Vanilla's last stand
Damnit, why did you have to make me remember? That was probably the best part of Kaiba. The last few episodes just weren't as good.
Ever since I saw the tea party scene in her head with the one elf who kept her company the entire time without her knowing it, I bawled and thought I was the only faggot to ever do so. I'm glad I wasn't the only one.
The refrain route of the Little Busters! Visual Novel. Although i teared a little bit at Kaiji S2
Last time I cried was probably when Enforcer Masoaka died, the music that played with his death was good.
I thought I was the only one who legitimately wept with the ending scene with this little friend. I don't know why but I just couldn't stop.
Glad to know I'm not alone on that.
What is this suppoed to mean exactly?
I've never heard of this. I googled it and it's english name is Humanity Has Declined. Why haven't I heard of this until now? back logging it.
I read the manga, I knew it was coming, but that didn't stop me from crying bitch tears.
meant to tag>>101892871
How did I fuck that up?
I googled the image and saved it filename as is, so I wouldn't be able to tell you. I think it was from some blog, might explain the 11b.
I really enjoyed it. Was light-hearted and dark all at the same time, at least in my perspective.
You didn't, I deleted my post after realizing I fucked up and called the faerie an elf. Don't worry.
>crying to anime
You are the most pathetic human beings on the planet
Oh. I thought it may have been a military reference.
yeah but I meant to tag the post that was above yours, the post with the picture. I wanna know why I clicked your post instead.
Its been really hard for me to cry lately. Maybe its because my eyes are so dry late at night when i watch anime.
Clannad did it for me but i forgot the last one that made me tear up.
>not on /b/
I've never 'cried', but I manly tears'd to the death of Inori and the end of Guilty Crown in general. But nothing since then has gotten me.
>didn't watch jinrui when it aired
shame on you
All sad scenes in anime are extremely heavy handed and manipulative. If you're that easily manipulated you might as well be a normalfag and watch romantic comedies
oh. Well now i remember i think i did for snail in Monogatari s2
Rewatched Clannad today and still cried. It is just the scenes where Tomoya starts to realize how similar he is to his father and grows to understand himself because of it. I didn't cry at all through the regular season and all the way up till episode 18 of ~AS~. But I cried 6 times throughout the last 4 episodes.
The one and only time was Honey und Clover.
Last time I cried was one of the more recent pupipo episodes. I have no idea why it affects me so much, but the healing is just sublime
I cried last night laughing so hard at tonari no seki-kun, too. that count?
Not full blown cry but the Fellini/Wing Fenice backstory in Build Fighters gave me watery eyes.
>not letting yourself get dragged into the "manipulation" so you can feel something if anything at all
why do you hate my attempt at melting my cold heart?
Y'all posting in a cleverly disguised rec thread.
The one that really got me to the point I had to stop the show (every single time I rewatch it) is after theyre coming home on the train and ushio asks tomoya what her mother was like and he breaks down.
my mother died giving birth to me and I can remember on several occasions asking dad what she was like to which he gave some pretty normal responses. but watching this I feel as though he was holding back all this emotion I see pouring out of tomoya and wonder if I should have done something more to comfort him. im tearing up again just typing this
sorry i disappoint you master.
First season of Clannad, pretty much the entire wedding episode. I'm only one episode into After Story and I know what's to come and im pretty sure i'm not ready.
tfw i hope this never happens to me
Hurry up and watch it though. its a fucking great show. just don't take what you see at face value or it will fuck you up
Hajime no Ippo:
Every time one of those bastards is fighting I just cant get over how fucking much it is made out to seem like they have actually put a lot of effort into their training. I guess I imagine all the hard work they put in
Even before they start I get teary
what the fuck body
you poor bastard
I find myself thinking during AS if I were in that situation I would probably go down the same path as tomoya. I just wouldn't be strong enough to see this little version of my late waifu every day
fuck me up? emotionally? are you saying my heart isn't ready?
Maybe it makes me kind of a pleb but I was really young and Piccolo died and I seriously thought he was gone.
Final episode of Aku no Hana.
That fucking diary scene.
Punpun nearly killed me. My eyes were dry for Clannad and AnoHana, but Punpun got me good.
I don't think I would have been able to do it again. I would have given up on her. but then again, maybe I could do something to help her. Like take her to the hospital before it snowed in.
>Been trying to remember its name for forever now
>Been trying to forget it happened for forever now
G-Senjou no Maou ending/epilogue, Usami Haru's route
It's really that bad isn't it? Should I take it slow in parts or marathon that bitch?
No, it's just a little weird.
It gets fairly emotional later on though. I cried, though that doesn't say much.
This, so much. I mean, the guy just lost his one and only, and should raise a child who looks just like her mom. No wonder that he totally broke after that.
Anyways, if people who say they did not get touched by Clannad+AS not even once (not talking about actual crying), are either lying or have a stone heart.
Also, some more on the topic: I am watching Aria the Natural now, and I get touched by almost every episode of that show. It's just amazing how Akari is truly the Master of Happiness.
What episode of Aku no Hana? It never got an anime adaptation.
nah not emotionally. mentally.
You're not really being manipulated if you're aware of it and consenting.
And lets be honest, if you're watching a show or movie, you're aware it's attempting to influence your emotions. You choosing to watch it is consent for it to do so. Might as well go along for the ride.
I've gotten misty-eyed over fiction like thrice in my whole life. Never over an animu or mango.
One of the reasons why I don't like fiction very much.
The fact that it's cleverly disguised makes it ok.
Why can't people understand this? /a/ isn't opposed to rec threads as a terminal value, we oppose them because they're uninteresting and encourage new posters to make low effort threads, decreasing board quality.
As long as there is legitimate discussion in the thread, it's ok to say "X anime was good".
If you are a sadist, marathon it.
If not, marathon it because I am a masochist.
If you still don't marathon it, at least think about the characters a lot between episodes and what has and what you think and want to happen so you become attached to the characters more.
I cry to anime so much its crazy. and yet my grandfather (who I lived with between the age of 4 and 22) recently died and nothing. not a fucking single tear. I kept asking myself throughout the whole funeral what the fuck was wrong with me
X anime may have been good but Y anime was really shitty and I don't understand how it got as big of a fan base as it has.
Marathon it is, thanks /a/non.
To be fair, most of us probably don't spend time with our grandparents, which is really shitty of us.
My grandmother is 78, has breast cancer and arthritis, I should really go see her.
Going along with this anon, I suggest watching 1 episode a day and do not give in at any point to marathon the rest. its how you get the full enjoyment out of it by sitting on the episode for a day
I did still visit my grandfather and grandmother every so often, I live really close (I have to visit a bit more often now that gran is alone). and whenever I go north I visit my other grandmother who seems to be exiled by the rest of that half of the family for no real reason.
funny story about my gran in the north, she told me that pop (who she divorced a while ago) recently made it known he had a daughter. Im 32 and I have a 12 year old aunty, it sounded like a chinese cartoon plot when she told me
Which ending? The original or Memorial Edition end? Memorial edition has the true end.
Have you ever fallen in love? Have you ever had someone who was your life been taken away from you? Have you even had the life of the person in the world you cared about most fade away while you held her in between your arms? Have you ever had to realize how weak you were because you couldn't do anything to help? Have you ever had 7 years of life stripped away in seconds?
The reason someone is able to cry over something like that is because they were happy, and now their happiness is gone. You are able to cry from anime because watching it makes you happy inside. Whether it is because you enjoy the art of storytelling or because you are happy to live vicariously through the characters and experience things you wish you could.
You weren't able to cry because your real life doesn't give you enough happiness to make you regret losing something. But do you honestly want to live your life knowing that eventually, one day, you will come crashing down into a pit of despair?
I guess it depends on which you value more: Happiness or the ability to never know the feeling of being alone and abandoned by happiness.
>Loli aunt gets to tell you what to do and you must listen
>"teach me how to sex"
Make sure you give me a copy of you doujins
Episode 5 or 6 of Kimi ni Todoke, the one where Sawako is defending Yano and Yoshida in the bathroom despite the fact that she'd been told they were spreading horrible rumors about her. It was just so pure and heartwarming, I couldn't stop the tears. Got even worse when Yano and Yoshida came into the bathroom to back her up and tell her that she was a great friend and stuff. Jesus I'm getting teary eyed just thinking about it.
Too bad the main romance didn't move that fast. Holy shit, barely anything happened by the end of the second season. Fuck you Joe.
Woah chill out there. you sound like my psych.
You make a lot of sense though. thanks for the enlightenment
Oh god i cried like a little girl. Last thing i read that made me do so if i'm not mistaken.
Pretty sure distribution of child pornography is illegal. just come and watch
that was basically the kind of shit going through my head at the time though. I want to meet her for the sake of saying Ive met my aunt who is 20 years younger then me
only anime that had made me legit cry was after story.
i get watery eyed during some scenes pretty often but nothing has really ever come close to after story with the fucking sunflowers
Finished Aria the Origination last week. ;_;
YOU PICK A FUCKING HORIBLE TIME TO POST THAT
Now that i think about it i haven't cried in a while. I need something to change that. Ill just go rewatch gungrave the last episode usually does a good enough job.
Last time was watching Anohana during pic related. I also teared up a bit when Menma asked Jintan if she would have been his wife. Everything else was too overblown to actually be sad.
Finally got around to reading it last week. Don't know why I put it off for so long.
My eyes got watery some time ago while watching To Love Ru in a part where Yamimotherfucking-chan talks about her past, does that count?
The end of MD Geist, which I rewatch once a month.
i cri evry tiem, such a beautiful soul.
When Natsume broke down
After Story nearly every episode with and after Nagisas death made me cry
>Yesterday first Kamisama thread in a while (thanks OVA)
>somebody link the ep3 ED without warning
>feels train out of nowhere
Too bad it went to shit after that.
God that lucky star scene out of nowhere, it hit me because I wasn't expecting this at all.
I'm glad I watched that piece of shit until the end for this scene.
S... Stop making me insecure, I often cry to music.
Either to beautiful music or OST that remind me sad stuff, not lyrics. Lyrics are useless.
I've never cried so much until I see this.
What's this from?
The closest I've ever come to crying was during Haibane Renmei.
I usually suck shit when it comes to sympathy, but goddamn did that whole show hit me hard.
I just wanted a cutesy SoL with angels.
No one was ever ready.
He did nothing wrong.
To Penguindrum, probably.
it's okay to hurt anon
dont worry anon, it's good for the soul and makes you want to be an awesome dad.
Soukyuu no Fafner: Right of Left when the dog died
Weather had a hard life
I cried after watching boku no pico coz it made me a faggot who wants to fuck traps
I cried because of all the time I realised I wasted not being a faggot that wanted to fuck traps
I can't remember if it was the ending of Kyousougiga or episode 17 of monogatari season 2 but it was either one of those.
The stuff about his father made me cry the most, goddamn that shit was powerful. That guy's life was pure suffering
You mean like anything done in any form of media? Everything tries to make you feel something. That's the point.
>crying to anime
nnnnnoope can't do it the only thing I cried to was mighty joe young after taking speed and dropping my caesar salad all over the floor
Them last 4 episodes
kuroko season 2, hospital episode.
to bad you're a faggot. I guess you will never know
boku no pico. go watch it, it's good.
I'm crying with your sentence.
Seriously? I mean, seriously?
I've fapped to music.
LB Refrain, Kyousuke's speech.
When I watched Welcome to the NHK
Not this part but rather the part when he finally understands his father
I cried like a faggot.
5 Centimeters Per Second
Fuck what /a/ says, it made me tear up. Maybe it was because it's a situation I can relate to.
From what anime is the screenshot below the FMA one and next to the Cowboy Bebop one?
The end of K. I knew it was coming, I knew it would have to happen but somehow I consoled myself that it wouldn't. And then it did, and the fallout after... And that chant...
not sure if itll work but try cropping out the image and then google it.
Did you see that, Shirley?
I never want to love. Why does love hurt?
I wanted to stop reading Naruto when Jiraya died.
The one I regret the most is Hughes from FMA
Ushio asking Tomoyo if he hates snow opened the floodgates
Watching Kengo cry in Little Busters Refrain, both in the VN and anime.
that fucking feel, I never felt like this watching anime
trips respects Licenseless Rider, so do I
No man you don't want it enough. If you did you would read extra. You simply wouldn't feel anything for the characters if you don't read extra and unlimited first. Its about fucking investing and forming a bond with them you lazy piece of shit.
I cried to Mushishi because ti was so fucking good.
I only cry when I move. I get attached to the places I live. That's the only times I can ever remember crying.
Guilty Crown had been on my backlog for a long time, but I watched it last month. The ending didn't hit me very hard because I couldn't read the cake properly so I spent the ending trying to figure out what it said instead of paying attention to the show. I only figured it out after it had ended.
Then I rewatched the final 10 minutes a week ago. That's the last time I cried.
that show had one of the best soundtracks i've heard in anime period.
>I can understand movies or even music but crying to anime is babby shit.
I can cry to anime but crying to 3D actors? Fucking really? I don't know how people can do it.
>considering posting a pasta in the first place
>is too lazy to even fucking look for it
>being this cancerous
When rewatching Cross Game. Strangely enough it didn't happen the first time.
Lelouch's death scene made me cry like a baby.
Nunally starts crying and then everyone's shouting ZERO ZERO ZERO.
What a fucking ending.
This falls into the etc category.
When the Akibarangers unwillingly sacrifice themselves in order to save the world from aliens.
They don't come back to life, as shown in the review episode/finale, they are ghosts who can't eat their cakes, and how they are talking like they were still alive, with Hakase and Kozkoz but, upon the realization that they are dead. FUCK. That killed me so fucking hard.
This is a feeling I don't want.
>Berserk: Spring Blossoms of Another Day 1,2 and 3
I almost cried. I teared up but I held it in, I then became depressed as fuck. I really hope Miura writes her into Elfhelm and Guts will meet up with her when they get off the boat It would be a nice little ending to that arc in a world full of despair... ;_;
Fuck off and die
>spending 90 mins watching real people and crying
>spending 12-24 weeks on anime and not becoming attached enough to cry
I agree with you dude. I don't see his logic.
Even if you marathon a show it is still at least 4 times longer than a movie. I only see this possible when watching something as long as Cloud Atlas or Blue is the Warmest Color which are about 3 hours each i think.
>spending 90 mins watching real people and crying
>spending 12-24 weeks on anime and not becoming attached enough to cry
I agree with you dude. I don't see his logic.
Even if you marathon a show it is still at least 4 times longer than a movie. I only see this possible when watching something as long as Cloud Atlas or Blue is the Warmest Color which are about 3 hours each i think.
Never understood why people used to post this in this sort of threads.
But then I knew. Then, I knew...
Well I guess I'm gonna read Gash Bell
Wait, fuck, it isn't that. I'd seen that posted in a previous thread and someone said it was Gash Bell.
I just started it out of curiosity, what the fuck am I reading?
The best thing ever. FRIENDSHIP.
Watch Clannad with my mom for the few weeks I was back home. We're both pretty silent criers, but damn if After Story didn't wreck our shit.
I watched AnoHana for the first time this summer. The last episode destroyed me.
Re-read Hoshi no Samidare and it got me again. It always starts at the bit where he jumps higher than her.
Read Ressentiment just last week and the last page made me cry bitch tears. The rest of it wasn't even that sad. That last line just killed it.
As for VNs, I cried at the end of Dance on the G-String. It wasn't that good, but the last scene ruined me.
This summer, I played through Grisaia no Kajitsu. I only got through Sachi's route, but it gave me plenty of feelings.
Shit affects me, man. Especially if it has to do with loving parents.
>Hoshi no Samidare
I was just rereading it too. This part always gets me a little teary eyed.
Fuck that made me cry when I read the VN. Also when Tomoya and Sunohara thank their teacher that's going to retire.
I only watch the anime for HxH
The only time I cried to any sort of media, animated, written or recorded whatsoever. It was a long time ago. There are some shows that make me emotional and feely, but not cry.
I'm slightly ashamed of this.
Not Clannad. Never actually. All the supposedly sad anime that /a/ and any anime fan bitch about was never sad.
How's that edge treating you?
I'm being honest.
>What an edgy reply?
I never asked for this.
The end of Digimon Adventure 01 Episode 21 "Home Away from Home" when Tai is being lifted away from Kari back into the DigiWorld.
I will disclose how many times this scene affected me.
not anime, go back to tumblr
Then disclose it.
Sleep tight, sweet prince ;_;
I literally just finished Ano hana and that scene at the end where they all go "We found you" really hit me hard
it hit everyone like a freight train anon.
Wolf Children man, cried so much within the first 15 minutes....
Just the "Making love" pool on danbooru
I cried so much to that movie I had no tears left to cry with at the finale.
I never cry, I do get sad though but I have a problem with crying. I want to cry really bad sometime but nothing seems to hit me hard enough.
Hardly. I'm not going to say you have shit taste or that you're overly sensitive, but that final scene is just as polarizing as the rest of AnoHana is and to pretend otherwise is just turning a blind eye to the debate (if it can even be called that given that both sides just resort to buzzwords and insults) that still rages whenever someone mentions the series on /a/. For every anon who bawled at the finale, there's an anon who simply found it cheesy and overplayed.
Either way, that god-tier ED still makes me sad as fuck every time I hear it, especially after this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQqVqzOhWoc
I really don't know what I'll do with myself if /a/ ever dies.
Yesterday, last episode of Gurren Lagann
Never, the only thing that made me cry besides my family and friends was Of Mice and Men.
I think the most recent time was when Itachi stopped Edo Tensei and told Sasuke the truth about the Konoha incident
spoilered to give me time to run away, but I'm not even trolling
I recently rewatched Spiral Paradox and pic related hurt just as much as the first time.
generally the whole final episode of penguindrum, but this line and the whole ending sequence especially made me bawl
that's actually kind of kawaii
No one made it through /a/ sings Dango Daikazoku without crying in the end ;_;
>naruto makes me cry a lot
me too, more than any other anime for some reason
I guess we just get attached to the characters because of how long the show is
God fucking dammit, MC died by a falling wall.
I re-watch this movie every year. I cry every time.
Yep. Full pleb.
the ending of akb0048
It was pretty fucked up.
Fuck you, Thailand
When I marathoned Eva and EoE
Komm Susser Tod will forever bring a tear to my eye
Scene with Yui was more touching than with Angel ;_;
oh fuck Naruto is just a rollercoaster of feels
All you need is kill left me depressed for days.
ah shit I was just starting to forget about this too. I marathoned K a few weeks ago
>Yui moving on
How do you feel knowing that Mayuri is not needed?
It will forever haunt me that I was too beta to participate in /a/ sings back then and didn't actually work up the nerve to ever submit until Bedford came out of retirement for Watamote and Secret Base. That sniffle towards the end gets me every goddamn time.
I doubt you're here anymore but I still want to reply because I understand and share that sentiment.
You and the rest of /a/ are family to me anon.
first episode of Usagi Drop when she asks if he's never going to wake up.
too bad the rest of the show is an uneventful slice of life bullshit
Anime never made me cry. I don't know if I'm edgy. I actually consider myself quite sentimental.
The only scene where I shed a tear for the first time was the id signature thing.
It's like a train of feels.
fucking hotarubi no mori e, i couldnt breathe i was crying so much
>tfw I watch anime with a group of people sometimes and this thread makes me wanna suggest Clannad next but it would be kinda gay if a bunch of dudes in a small room were sobbing
also one of them really likes dubs and I've only been able to convince him to download subbed stuff when things are only partially dubbed. AFAIK Clannad was dubbed all the way.
I'm still lurking. Till death. Be it mine or the thread's.
Someone isn't edgy simply because they don't cry to their chinese cartoons. Edgy people would belittle other people for doing so while bragging about how they laugh at touching or tragic events because they perceive themselves as badasses who don't give a fuck. Plus, it may also be that you haven't related closely enough to anything you've watched or read to be moved to tears. Either way, I think you're fine the way you are anon.
Every fucking time, god DAMMIT.
Joseph lived a hard life.
Every VVV death except for Q-Vier's.
>no results for "Toradora"
you people are monsters
You can't deny the anime does some of these parts well.
>Sorry, I bit your tongue
That one got me real bad.
>Kyousougiga several times
>ending of madoka
>Utena movie, Touga's final scene
>Do You Remember Love?
The biggest one is pic related
Oh and I forgot Mawaru Penguindrum ending
The ending makes me cry everytime.
I don't remember last time I truly cried, but last time my eyes were teary, it was from Gakkou Gurashi. Before that it was Akame ga Kill.
The reactions of her friends and family get me every time.
Colorful was amazing.
Last time was Sei/Reiji vs Fellini fight in GBF.
Most intense crying I remember is Saikano (I was young) and Uchouten Kazoku
I saw Toradora for the first time right before Christmas because I knew about the Christmas episode big mistake ;_;
All I remember are lots of tears from Taiga's Christmas until the end, especially the snow field scene
>though I have been touched a few times
When I was touched, I cried for almost a week. Also >>101881885 >Very thinly disguised rec thread
I cried at the end of Free!...
this shit just hit home super hard..
at the end of the first season of corrector yui.
god I hated that bitch and wanted her to die so much, every day I'd watch the show in the hopes they would kill her, and end up screaming at the tv for the villain's stupidity.
Then came the end when the villain just wanted her body. she lived. I cried for a good half hour over that.
I never cry from sadness, but i did shed some tears of awesomeness occasionally.
Just cried to the last episode of K-On. Fuck that's a great show
Steins;gate , well... every time she dies
A single double page, in the Witch hunter manga hit me too close to home when the emperor wakes up and realizes it was only a dream, as she is now dead . i couldn't cry, but it took me a week to recover.
On the top of my head, that's all i can remember.