Does /a/ have any manga or anime which deeply influenced your life by any means?
This manga determined my point of view toward food chains.
Kill La Kill taught me to be a better woman.
Gurren Lagann taught me to be a better man.
I want to say Kurosawa inspired me, but i'm still a passive piece of shit
I watched Eva at a young and impressionable age and it completely changed my perspective on life.
Still my favorite show today.
Code geass taught me that chess makes you a grand master strategic planner and battle coordinator as well as the secret of "Jibun wo"
I know this is tumblr shit but the person who made this is actually right.
LoGH taught me to just stay calm always.
>supposed to be important
Nope, they are important, nature dictates it, and if you don't like it, tough fucking shit
>helpless sex objects
What the fuck are you talking about? Being a sexy woman is one of the most powerful things you can possibly be. If being a sexy woman makes you feel vulnerable to the opposite sex that sounds like a personal case of rape fetish to me.
Joseph taught me even an intelligent super hero would eventually turn into old senile.
Madoka and 愛よ
Made me understand better my lesbofeelings
> Kill la Kill taught me that women can be sexy AND strong
> I had literally never considered this before a Chinese cartoon demonstrated it to me
For actually real though a ridiculous number of feminists seem to think that
are mutually exclusive things for women, which is not only blatantly wrong but actually makes a lot of people (women and men) unsympathetic to their cause
Eva turned me into a pompous cynical asshole
Definitely Eva, when I watched it as a teenager suffering from severe depression it blew my mind to realize that someone out there knew what it felt like.
EoE also kickstarted my interest in film as an art form which I'm now studying and trying to make a career out of, so yeah.
Also reading Rurouni Kenshin as a kid probably helped shape some of my moral views regarding violence/killing and repentance.
And Ghost in the Shell helped foster a lifelong interest in the way we interact with technology.
…I guess when I think about it every movie, TV show, book or piece of music I've ever loved has become a part of me in some way, small or big. That's the magic of art.
Made me accept myself as a magical girl
Collectively they've made me incredibly unproductive.
Pani Poni Dash turned me into a pedophile
FLCL, Outlaw Star, Oyasumi Punpun
I discovered the truth and converted to lainism
Eva, the final moments of epi 26 to be exact, made me realize how pathetic I am and how the world is a shitty place, but even though I'm weak and the world is a harsh place, I can can be happy
Gurren Lagann taught me I can overcome any obstacle, even if the chances are slim, if I have the guts to do something
They complement each other
Space bros made me realize all the time i wasted not pursuing what i always wanted to do.
im not wasting time anymore.
This. Evangelion helped me out a lot when I had depression and helped me get over awful suicidal thoughts. I actually loved Shinji a lot because he reminded me of myself and it impacted my life
YnS itself probably can't be considered a masterpiece, but I've taken Nao's words to heart.
Trap, Loli, Incest, Sensei, what does any of it matter?
In the world of 2D anyone or anything should be allowed to find love and I champion it now.