What was the last God-tier anime that changed your life?
Anime never impacted my life. And your image sucks.
nice b8 m8
No image can some up the beautiful masterpiece that is ttgl.
Image unrelated, I assume?
I was good, but not that good. Why is TTGL glorified so much?
Welcome to the N.H.K
>No image can some up
>Image unrelated, I assume?
Sure it was imperfect but it tried to be different and had themes other than little girls and high school. It was 50 years ahead of its time.
Really good, easy to get into, perfect introduction to anime for someone new.
Has a serviceable dub. Nothing too serious. No overserving of fanservice.
It's the guide to producing a good show.
Stop trolling please.
>recommend me stuff
Epic, right when the mods and janitors are sleeping.
It's only glorified on troll posts on /a/ because the easiest thing for newfags to do to compensate for their lack of anime watching and shit taste is make fun of shows they were watching last week
As a writer, Steins Gate
cuz they went from fighting in small holes to fighting in galaxy sized robots made of, fueled by sheer force of will.
They transcended spacetime thru the power of GAR alone. T'was epic.
The second half was crap. And I'm not talking about all the Rossiu business so many seem wrought over. Pacing was fucked, especially those last few episodes in space. It would've been better with half the episodes.
>Thinly veiled recommendation thread
Because it is not moe-cancer, and almost all anime released these days is moe-cancer
I've been on here far too long. I actually cringed whenever I heard someone talking about their nostalgia over Bebop.
No anime has changed my life, but the last one that got me thinking and discussing was snk.
It's easy to insult TTGL but this board literally has no standards. The same people that ridicule TTGL think NGE is the best thing since sliced bread. When the main character is just a sissy bitch that cries for 26 episodes. Simon was just like Shinj except his Aniki helped him become a man. It was truly a beautiful coming of age story about an insecure boy that became a man by following what was in his heart and refusing to give up.
fuck off neo-/a/
But NGE was actually good.
Shinji wasn't THAT incompetent for a kid thrown into a EVA. Though imagine if he did have an aniki in his life. Or even a psychologist.
>TTGL is better than NGE
DBZ because tween boy bloodlust.
TTGL because HUMANISM, FUCK YEAH!
Is this how you end a series???
If any anime changed your life there's something very wrong with you and you should seek help.
I still don't get the movie, shinji gets his shit together and then within what I think is a few seconds he breaks down again.
When did he get his shit together?
Well I thought he did at the end of the series.
I feel like Space Dandy is teaching me how to live a better life. In accordance with this, I plan on hitting up the closest approximation to boobies I can get to on this planet this week.
But the movie is just what was going on during the last two episodes of the series full of stock footage and CONGRATULATIONS.
At the end of the series, just before everyone says Congratulations, and mid human instrumentality in EoE.
>having a life so pathetic that an anime has to change it for you
>it's not even a good anime, just mindless robot drivel full of DEMs
As expected of TTGLfags
Sorry meant The End of Evangellion
So did I.
TVTropes please go and stay go.
Nice job turning this into another Evangelion thread, faggot.
Still better than thinly disguised rec threads.
That doesn't even make any sense.
Didn't Anno say something about episodes 25 and 26 happening during instrumentality?
>being this new
Yeah, and instrumentality happens during EoE.
That's fan speculation.
Anno barely says anything.
>Why is TTGL glorified so much?
Because it is the most outrageous example of overcoming any obstacle with shear willpower, it wore its symbolism on its sleeve and tied it all together well, and it was a solid anime all around.
In short, I liked TTGL because I'm a humanist who appreciates a good dose of WILLPOWER, GAR!!! And as for the themes: The unique potential of humanity allowing us to progress, expand, and influence the universe on a cosmic scale; the interconnectedness of past, present, and future humans; and the looming threat of entropic heat death of the universe (spiral nemesis) we might end up expediting... it all resonated with me and my views on the path of IRL humanity.
Can Persona 4 The Animation count?
I'm actually curious, where did the 'stay go' part come from? I know the first part came from ralph.
It was a thing before this thread? I thought e just made it up.
I've seen it every once in a while, always assumed it was just an addition based on the grammar of 'pls go'.
Must be, then.
Fate/Stay Night, Realta nua, VN.
For being 'TM Shit', it develops Force of Will, Ideals, and Risk/Reward exceptionally.
Fucking good story. Driven me to excel in many things I wouldn't have else-wise.
405lb Deadlift no belt / no straps last night at 172lb was for Saber.
None, all anime is shit
>Changed your life
Every anime has been a slight nudge in this downards spiral of social rejection and autism, mostly because all anime is shit
This guy gets it.
worst post i`ve ever read
what a complete faggot you are
You're right. Everything sucks. Anime sucks, manga sucks, this board sucks. I only come here to further my inner pain to reach the nirvana of despair.
This guy knows exactly what's up.
>inb4 itty bitty drill girls give him crap for it
There has been one show, while it hasn't been "god-tier", please stop using that phrase it still made me appreciate life and helped me try to reach out to other people after being shut in for such a long time.
This anime has honestly changed my life.
I went into it not expecting much, considering that was hyped to shit. Holy fucking shit, was I blown away. I was hooked, like a baby to a tit with creamy foamy milk. I could feel the energy and hype flowing through my body, bringing light to my dull life. I resonated with Ryuko. I could feel her struggle and her desire to surpass her limitations, something that struck me hard. Everything suddenly stopped when I heard the words:
DON'T LOSE YOUR WAAAAAYYYYYYYYY
and I started trembling. That was me, I feel like I've been "losing my way" these past years. I haven't been able to hold a steady job, my grades were starting to slip, and my parents suspect that I'm gay. It was right then and there that I knew that I had to get my shit together. I can't think of any other anime that has had such a profound effect on me, let alone on the first episode. Tomorrow, I'm going to be a better man. Thank you, Kill la Kill, thank you Trigger.
I won't lose my way.
ITT: Yet more TTGL bait and reverse trolling
I suppose one of the reasons I liked it is that the protagonist grows through the series, rather sticking to one mindset and staying the same.
good taste my friend.