daily reminder to always love lain
How about no
Lets all love Lain
>Using the wired
>Not loving Lain
I'm too scared of Lain to love her.
I love her cute butt.
AND YOU DON'T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND
I'd love Lain in the butt.
Lain is a miracle of the internet.
pls no sexualise
But she gets sexualised in the show.
How can I love Lain if there aren't any goddamn lewds up in here??
No lewds of her exist.
She is always protecting us
Who is lain?
And you don't seem to understand
Does anybody have the start of this interview?
Posting what I have.
A shame, you seemed like an honest man.
Didn't she want to bang that one girl
Get off /a/ cooper
Lain is love.
Lain is eternal.
I think she was just close to her because she went out of her to try and involve Lain in things and generally was kind to Lain.
So, if you aren't Japanese then you don't understand Lain and the creator of the show fucking hates you for even watching it. Lainfags sure got #rekt
He seems to have been referring to consumerism there, or that's at least what I thought reading that. I believe both American and Japanese audiences ended up drawing the same conclusions from the show, which apparently disappointed Ueda.
I guess the interview's an interesting point of comparison to Texhnolyze because Ueda also said it was a very Japanese show and he hoped western audiences could get a feel for its sensibilities -- which at least sounds a bit more receptive than what he seemed to be going for with lain.
I guess the way the American and Japanese audiences reacted to Lain changed his way of thinking about the American audience.
I'm on episode 9 right now
what the fuck is up with that alien. This shit makes no sense. But I like it
And I never watched it because I remembered I live with my parents.
maybe lain will be your valentine?
But that's wrong.
Was Lain yuri?
Always love lain.
Lain is watching always.
Lain loves you.
Present time, present place.
Future, and past.
Lain will take care of you.
You're saying it like it's something bad.
Japanese and American audiences drawing the same message only proves the premise.
If you have too much of a good thing, something pleasant becomes unpleasant because you have too much of it.
Did Lain pull the plug on mebi again?
Is...is Lain watching me touch myself
>begging the question
Is it Lain or Rain?
would it be weird if I had a daughter someday and named her Lain?
If it fits your nationality,then no...
You really want to be on the same level as the people who name their kids Sephiroth and Tyrion?
A bit, but only because it's usually a boy's name.
For others yes.
Is it even monthly, heh? Luckily, that bland boring thing does not deserve any better.
If it's a boy, name him Liam or Allan or something.
If it's a girl, name her Lana or Lina or something.
Is it weird if I had a son someday and named him Reinhard von Lohengramm?
No! It's not true, we're fun! Look at us being kawaiii~~ ^____^
See? We're just like the rest of /a/, come join us onii chan~~~!!!
The original is still here, at least.
Are you German?
If yes, kind of.
If no, yes.
Do you live in Lohengramm?
>not naming your baby after you're waifu if it's a girl
>not leaving your baby in a remote garbage bin if it's a boy
Boys can look cute in bear suits too.
>Not turning him into a girl
Are you gay?
White pig Go home!
Welp, I just finished this series a few minutes ago. My brain feels like jelly
Watch it again. You'll understand a little more.
Why does this series lack good pure love material?
what confused me the most was probably Lain's family. What the fuck was their deal?, especially the sister, what the fuck was with that part where she kept being told to "fulfill a prophecy"? Was it Lain's alter ego fucking with her?
I think her sister was being beckoned by the Knights and she tried to go into the Wired so she could find out Lain's connection to them, but fucked up somewhere along the line and accidentally literally lost her mind in it, hence why she became retarded for the rest of the series.
that's pretty fucked up
I always thought it was Knights fucking with Lain. Threatening her, if you wish.
If you assume absolutely that the whole show is shown through Lain's eyes (think unreliable narrator except without the narrator), then it's just another figment showing how paranoid Lain became due to her lack of contact with people outside of her family prior to the first episode (which even then was fairly sparse).
Though simply saying that Lain is a bundled mess of a ton of mental disorders (schizophrenia, paranoia, dissociative identity disorder, etc.) does seem like a bit of cliché.
It would be pretty wired