First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  Next  Last

Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 2 Discussion

Post Reply
12952 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
Offline
Posted 6/17/20 , edited 6/17/20

Griduser64 wrote:

I like more action in Anime, might skip this one


That would be a good call, this is not "that" type of anime

205 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
32 / M / USA
Offline
Posted 6/17/20 , edited 6/20/20

borderliner wrote:


Griduser64 wrote:

I like more action in Anime, might skip this one


That would be a good call, this is not "that" type of anime



nah I'd watch some humor and maybe drama but my attention span is shorted unless i see explosions and epic kicks lol
12952 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
Offline
Posted 6/17/20 , edited 6/17/20

Griduser64 wrote:


borderliner wrote:


Griduser64 wrote:

I like more action in Anime, might skip this one


That would be a good call, this is not "that" type of anime



nah I'd watch some humor and maybe drama but my attention span is shorted unless i see explosions and epic kicks lol


Definitely no explosions
205 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
32 / M / USA
Offline
Posted 6/17/20 , edited 6/17/20

borderliner wrote:


Griduser64 wrote:


borderliner wrote:


Griduser64 wrote:

I like more action in Anime, might skip this one


That would be a good call, this is not "that" type of anime



nah I'd watch some humor and maybe drama but my attention span is shorted unless i see explosions and epic kicks lol


Definitely no explosions


honestly i don't get too much into Anime I watch because it ends up distracting me from other things, last time i was deeply into a show was during last eps of Bleach, long running anime with badass bad guys is my style

take this scene for example at 0:15 when Grimmjow says "I am arrancar seis" so cool IMO


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQFysktfwo8&t=35s




18 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
32 / M
Offline
Posted 6/17/20 , edited 6/17/20

qwueri wrote:


DertyChewbacca wrote:

So Funimation is the only place to watch Season 2? That's a bummer. Is it at least subbed? I'll pay the 1 month subscription just to watch this show. It looks fun.


Yes, Funi has subs for it.





boldulysses wrote:


DertyChewbacca wrote:

So Funimation is the only place to watch Season 2? That's a bummer. Is it at least subbed? I'll pay the 1 month subscription just to watch this show. It looks fun.


Funimation is an American anime distribution company; everything they stream is (at least) subbed. The sub quality is lower than it was last year when it was on CR, but at least we have a place to watch it.





HOOfan_1 wrote:


boldulysses wrote:


DertyChewbacca wrote:

So Funimation is the only place to watch Season 2? That's a bummer. Is it at least subbed? I'll pay the 1 month subscription just to watch this show. It looks fun.


Funimation is an American anime distribution company; everything they stream is (at least) subbed. The sub quality is lower than it was last year when it was on CR, but at least we have a place to watch it.


Not everything...a lot of the stuff they shared with Crunchyroll during the partnership was not subbed.
They also had some live action movies that were dub only.


Thanks y'all. I thought Funimation was dub only, and Crunchyroll had sub only. I'll wait till this season ends, and then sub to Funimation to watch it. Can't wait!
40699 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
M
Online
Posted 6/18/20 , edited 6/18/20

DertyChewbacca wrote:

Thanks y'all. I thought Funimation was dub only, and Crunchyroll had sub only. I'll wait till this season ends, and then sub to Funimation to watch it. Can't wait!

They're branching out as competitors more and more. Funi's had subs a long time but they assume people want the dubs. You have to play with your account settings to make it default to subs. I remember before making an account it would reset to dubs every single episode (might have just been me).
18 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
32 / M
Offline
Posted 6/18/20 , edited 6/18/20
Thank you!
45929 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
34 / M / Duckburg
Offline
Posted 6/18/20 , edited 6/18/20
I always feel bad for Miyuki when it comes to his relationship with his sister. I mean he’s basically her father considering how their actual father acts. He worries about her, secretly gives her birthday presents despite their financial situation, and is a better big brother than most can hope for and she just acts all mean to him.

I’m an only child but if that’s how siblings behave I can kind of get why otakus prefer their versions of imoutos.
Acapo 
3578 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
Online
Posted 6/18/20 , edited 6/18/20

xxJing wrote:

I always feel bad for Miyuki when it comes to his relationship with his sister. I mean he’s basically her father considering how their actual father acts. He worries about her, secretly gives her birthday presents despite their financial situation, and is a better big brother than most can hope for and she just acts all mean to him.

I’m an only child but if that’s how siblings behave I can kind of get why otakus prefer their versions of imoutos.


I guess in that situation her father acts more like a brother and her brother acts more like a father.
I'm a middle child with one older sibling and one younger sibling, so I can understand both sides a bit. There's some reality to their relationship, but Miyuki has flown way over the line with Kei, from concerned older brother to nagging father; probably to compensate for their Dad's lack of parenting skills.
81646 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
37 / M / Seattle
Online
Posted 6/20/20 , edited 6/20/20
Episode 11

And now, an episode about Ishigami as he's part of a cross-dressing cheerleading squad who ends up being forced into the anchor role of the relay. Ishigami has anger management problems as he beat Ogino to a pulp after taking Kyoko for himself. But the way it happened is why Ishigami was none too pleased as Ogino manipulated the truth, and as such he wasn't going to apologize. And then everything changed when Miyuki entered his life as through his own investigation, he exposed the truth. In the end, Ishigami finished in second, but that's still way better than expected. Ishigami sure has been through a lot, but now he's surrounded by great people now thanks to Miyuki. While it was great that Ishigami took a stand, there was a smarter way to handle the situation.
52147 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
31 / M / UK
Offline
Posted 6/20/20 , edited 6/20/20
What an episode - nearly welled up.
I do find it amusing that he's become a normie, albeit temporarily


Ishigami best boi, and President best grill.
260465 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
30 / M / Anime World
Offline
Posted 6/20/20 , edited 6/20/20
Ishigami is a legend.

What an episode. Holy shit, this may be one of the best episodes this season yet. Fantastic job to the VA who played his character so well.

108363 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
29 / M / This Dying World
Offline
Posted 6/20/20 , edited 6/20/20
How could I have been blinded for so long... 8man moved anime.

The hero we don't deserve but the one we need.

172 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
16 / F
Offline
Posted 6/20/20 , edited 6/21/20
The latest episode made me love ishigami loll. Even though he has some issues, it all started because he just wanted to protect someone that he cared deeply about. Biggest simp of 2020 <3
22802 cr points
Send Message: GB Post
22 / M / (ง •̀ω•́)ง✧
Offline
Posted 6/20/20 , edited 6/21/20
Damn bros, I was expecting some laughter instead it was just depression. Well at least it ended nicely, Ishigami is able to see the light once again. That's what matters in the end.

First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.