the first 3 were samples lol….2 of them were my charactersand 1 is fanart which is Allen Walker of d. gray man XD
u ok there aoba
Nerd getting lapped at the Olympics
Kyoto Animation began streaming the fifth episode of its Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren Liteseries of anime shorts on Wednesday. The video features the ending theme “Shin’en ni Mau Senritsu Shanikusai” (A Hair-Raising Carnival Dancing in the Abyss) by ZAQ, who also composed, arranged, and wrote the lyrics for the song.
In the video, a middle-school age Yūta who is still caught in his delusions of fantasy goes on a camping trip with his family and his younger sister’s friend. When he emerges from the family car, he mumbles that “this is the next battlefield.” Throughout their trip, his younger sister’s friend comments on how cool Yūta is. However, his younger sister is not so sure of this, as she constantly has to stop him from doing foolish things.
While she is cooking, she sees her brother go into the forest, which she tells him is dangerous. At one point, he pushes her out of the way to “protect her,” and he falls on a spiky chestnut. In retaliation, he shoots one off the bush with his replica gun, but his sister tells him not to take unripe chestnuts off of the bushes. She leaves him in the forest, but when he reemerges, there is blood dripping off of his head.
Ready to eat dinner, his mother tells the other children that it was a good thing that it was a small wound, but it was dangerous that he fell out of a tree. Although the family tries to coax Yūta to come eat curry with them, he insists in roasting a chunk of meat over the fire. When her friend tells her once again that Yūta is cool, for a moment, his little sister thinks that he is. However, when he is burned by a piece of debris from the fire and rolls around on the ground, she loses this admiration.
Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! REN, the second season of the Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai!(Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions!), premiered in Japan on January 8. Crunchyroll is streamingthe series as it airs. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series for North American home video release under the title Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! -Heart Throb-.
The television anime’s first season premiered in Japan in 2012. Sentai Filmworks acquired the series for digital and home video distribution in North America. Crunchyroll is streaming the second series as it airs.
Magi - The Labyrinth of Magic manga creator Shinobu Ohtaka wrote on her Shokakugan Manga Sunday blog that “It is with a bitter heart that I will have to draw the death of a number of the current characters as the story progresses. Thank you for your support so I can continue drawing the manga until the end.” She did not specify how many characters would die, instead using a phrase that alludes to “an indeterminate number.” Ohtaka also wrote that the manga is at about the halfway point in the story and will slowly begin to wrap up.
The 21st volume of Magi will be released in Japan in April. Viz Media is publishing the manga in English and the fourth compiled volume shipped earlier this month.
bob finally used his greeting and catchphrase at the same time to become the ultimate meme
Trying out my new .03mm mech pencil and this is the first thing I draw with it
togami saw the opporitunity and took it
more like saw the opportunity and bought it
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