Wanting things doesn’t mean you’re entitled to them. Fuck right off with that bullshit.
This is where my “eats like a bird” screws me. I’ve barely eaten all day, felt my blood sugar/pressure/whatever (I know what I need to fix it) take a minor nosedive, but I still can’t get myself to ingest much even though I know I need the protein and iron.
I maintain that I am as amused as hell —delighted even— that Japan is purportedly about to start issuing cease and desists to anime and manga pirating sites. It’s time this stuff went down. Pirating has outstripped the ability of legal distributors to compete even when they try hard. That’s why the US manga industry is all but dead, and I don’t want to see services like CrunchyRoll suffer the same fate because pricks like Miss Dream are all “we know better than professional translators with access to contact the actual fucking authors.” Good riddance.
Boudicca, Celtic warrior queen of the Iceni people of Eastern England. After the Romans took their land, stripped her, flogged her and raped her daughters, she led a rebellion against them, destroying several cities and armies in the process. Badass.
Most of my online friends are babbling about wanting to see GotG again, and while it is a fun movie, I walked out wishing I could go see Cap 2 again.
[ MUFFLED SOUND OF DIGIMON FANDOM RISING FROM THE GRAVE IN THE DISTANCE ]
ARE YOU WATCHING YOUR ANIMOOS LEGALLY?
This is a cheat sheet provided by r/anime that you can follow to make sure you’re watching anime legally and helping the industry as a whole
If a site’s not on the list, chances are it’s illegal as balls and I strongly recommend you try one of these websites D:
edit: I forgot to personally add official youtube accounts for companies like FUNimation and Nozomi Entertainment, who often upload the first few episodes (Or all of them, in some cases) to promote series that have been released. This also is legal, provided it comes from the distribution company that’s licensed it!
THE START OF A NEW SEASON? TIME TO REBLOG THE MASTERPOST OF LEGAL STREAMING
Also updated with new legal sources!
- nozomient (YouTube)
- Manga Entertainment (YouTube)
Hulu is USA only I believe, but I know crunchyroll has streams available for other countries. (starting to think I should make a post saying what countries each site serves)
CrunchyRoll serves (varying a little based on individual title license restrictions) a wide variety of regions.
Additionally, Amazon Instant Video also has anime via purchase and the Amazon Prime subscription model.
Here’s the list being referenced with links and country restrictions listed: http://www.reddit.com/r/anime/wiki/legal_streams_/_downloads
it is crucial to believe and respect girls when they say a guy is giving them bad vibes even if they don’t give you a reason why