She looks like an Amanchu character
7. Her show is amazing and I couldn't stop smiling through all of it. Buddy Daddies is so good.
Yeah, it has serious stuff like Spy X Family and gets violent as you can see in this clip, but it's not very serious at the same time>>47721
Ohh, it does! It did look kinda familiar to me
Oh, I should mention that it's not all silly cartoon violence like that. People do get murdered with pools of blood and so on.
I'm not sure why mixing genres like this is a thing, but I guess it helps set it apart.
I can't help but notice this excellent specimen is missing from the collection >>>/ec/10541
Oh, I'll correct that right away
I've taken care of one. It's not that bad if it's just one
What about being a zoom godfather? You can record your interactions so you don't get accused of doing bad things. Your job is solely to entertain the kid while a babysitter just has to do chores and keep the kid glued to the screen. It's better than watching reruns on the TV.
that's called being an influencer
Do you think Miri would be happy staying at Tontokoton cafe?
It's more fun to be with them in person so you can run around with them playing hide-and-seek and stuff.
I don't understand. Aren't influencers just social media celebrities?
Influencers are the people who advertise your products for you online. He is making a joke about how their audience is largely children.
Thank you. It seems I really needed that explanation.
Even with the violent stuff, it doesn't really at all clash with the rest of the anime and even is used to the benefit of the cuteness at times, which is pretty excellent if you ask me.
Surely anime like this is what Abe would have wanted for the world.
It or Kubo-san is probably my AOTS so far. Maybe Nagatoro if she touches his pingas or even any progress being made in their relationship
not a fan of this show even though I did somewhat enjoy the first episode
mostly its because I hate pa works and feel the show will drop off within an episode or two, but to me it feels too much like cashing in on recent trends
it feels like they took spy family and smashed it together with the yakuza baby sitter show, I also find it bizarre that they had the blonde guy clearly like women. Its like they dont even know the target audience for a show about two ikemen acting as parents of a child. The two guys even feel like generic yaoi characters and yet they cant even commit.
I dont think I will watch more
this is like the most retarded, surface-level criticism i have ever read in my life
I never thought I'd see the criticism of CGDCT series not having yuri/having straight characters towards men
Well... outside of /m/ anyway, I remember there being a group of posters that hated that gundam wasnt as implied gay after 0079
Hmm, I can't say I understand someone that says they like the first episode and then drops it because they think episodes they haven't watched are bad. It's a good show and as I said earlier they did the maid wars show right before this so it's not exactly new territory.
There's three episodes now that you can watch, but 2 and 3 are far more heavily focused on them taking care of Miri than the assassination stuff and it's quite happy and cheerful, but there's definitely dark stuff in it, darker than Spy X Family. Like in episode 3 there was a scene with a dead dog with a bullet hole in its head
I dont like yaoi, but as I do like yuri I am just confounded by how strange of a decision it is to have a character in a clearly yaoibait show have that much interest in women. The has a (usually self insert for female watcher) ex-girlfriend that ends up being a background character as the ship progresses does exist, but from what I saw they are having the guys character be tied up in a past het relationship. It's like if I was watching yuru yuri and Yui kept mentioning how she was sad her boyfriend broke up with her.>>48284
this is like the most retarded, surface-level criticism of a post i have ever read in my life
and I do mean that, almost every single pa works show in recent history has had the issue of strong start with the meat of the show being mediocre at best and not playing to the shows strengths, I am not getting invested into something that has a good chance of feeling like a chore to watch week to week. >>48288
mentions this show being definitely darker than spy family, but that is why I mentioned yakuza baby sitter (which had a very similar juxtaposition of mc being nice to child while being involved in a violent business, though with that one it didnt feel like a switch from nice to violent and instead had the character grow through learning to be nice) he also mentions the maid show, which is the main reason why I feel very unenthusiastic about this one. this just feels like pa works leaning into the violent shock value angle while picking up elements from other shows in a currently popular genre.
if you have any actual counterpoints I would love to hear them
They may be aiming this at the lonely woman crowd.
you just randomly assumed it's yaoi or fujoshi... like an idiot... which we all know you are now
you would have to be an idiot to watch this show and not assume there are no elements of yaoi, I mean seriously two young adult guys taking care of a child together and acting like a family and you dont there is even a hint of yaoi to it????? their personalities even fit the classic pairing type that is present in a million other popular yaoi pairings
It's a show about how having to defend something makes you into a moral humble person. Your gay brain thinks this is a boy love romance when there hasn't been a single scene pointing out any sort of romantic feelings between the two.
Hell, I bet you think the navy is gay because a bunch of seamen sleep with one another on a ship
I could point out pa works very long history of making yuribait, but this point is going nowhere so instead I would like to ask you to address literally anything else I have said about the show
no, you self rightous tard brain mother fucker
Well, if you're a strong yuri fan then I think you might be biased when it comes to interpreting friendships in fiction. Two male friends awkwardly raising a child isn't really a new genre and it was done a bunch in TV shows and movies over here and I imagine it's not an alien concept in Japan either. They could specifically aim for the fujos, or cast a wider net and try to more people into it (which has worked on me). It's not like they need to be blatantly gay or anything to inspire art or anything like that, just exist in the same show.
I think good, strong male friendships is such a rarity in media that it I'd love for this to do it well. I don't think anything like that would happen, just a focus on Miri.
I will admit that I am biased, but I also want to say that my criticism on the yaoi aspect is really just a passing thought and not part of the main reason I dont think highly of the show.
its quiet annoying when you make an actual argument and then people latch on to the weakest and least important part to attack while ignoring every single other aspect.
chain gayer than the show
You guys need to calm the heck down!
I love this image thank you for your hard work.
its OBVIOUSLY a yaoi show and I can enjoy it with my female brain
You ever notice japanese kids have like 3 haircuts
Illya Miyu and Chloe?
Lol I used to be that kid who passed out at parties
I hope Miri is happy post timeskip after the Papa's death flags all come home to roost.