The week of Seiren on fire in a bad way.
This shouldn’t be rocket science, but given the massive 400+ comment thread it apparently is. brringfusty managed to bamboozle /r/anime.
IISuperSlothII is at it again, taking a critical look at comment chains in the example of Demi-chan discussion threads.
The /r/anime moderation embraced the recent spoiler tag changes, which automatically obscure the OP of a thread that has “spoiler” in it’s title. It enables users and mods to retroactively add a spoiler to a thread, making the use of explicit tags optional and the need to remove threads temporarily smaller.
A fun thread by Kamilny that encouraged users to post odd parts of anime that became popular and well known in their own right.
Some references are expected, some are understandable and sometimes you get Renge jojoing her sister. Something not even the thread opener SmurfRockRune expected.
The first arc of Amagami SS successor Seiren has closed and the dent on the enthusiasm of the viewers is not the only one it left behind. This mildy confusing chart posted by Binarios shows a huge drop in the Seiren pre-orders.
Surprisingly serious answers in this thread, as people tell how anime influenced their language expression.
porpoiseoflife still has not given up. This week suffering through Tenshi Drop,as if there weren’t a better anime with dropping angels around.
We started with power lines, we end with elevated sidewalks. People explain the purpose and background of these infracstructures.
- Anime Contracts
- Non-Airing Shows
- Merch Monday
- Weekly Genre Discussion – Adventure
- Recommendation Tuesday
- Warm Talk Wednesday
- 3×3 Thursday – Ships
- No Stupid Questions
- Free-Talk Friday