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Just a quick reminder that she's an actual certified hyperslut.
Satsuriku no Tenshi, iirc, is a comedy. Happy Sugar Life is an actual horror. I usually hate horror but Satou is hot in a weird way and Shio is super cute.
>Satsuriku no Tenshi, iirc, is a comedy
intentional or unintentional?
I might be wrong but I remember it being the case that the magazine it's in has a lot of dark comedies.
I can hear some sort of echo in her mic at the beginning
I'd be crying, too, if I were that badly banded.
Don't worry, I curse Amazon every day, I just hope you have a good debanding filter on.
Do you have any suggestions for those
I just usedeband=yesdeband-iterations=2deband-threshold=64deband-range=32deband-grain=16
I don't know if it's anywhere close to optimal, but it makes even the godawful Funimation rips of S;G bearable, so it's good enough for me.
I should try that at some point, I usually don't do stuff like that.Not a fan of the direction it took even if I knew it was coming, this episode was sadness.
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does everyone in this universe have secret mental issues?
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>>26929>>26931It takes place in our universe.
Everybody's screwed up in their own special way.
ooooooooooh it'd be super-cool if from this episode onwards we switch to other character(s) as our protagonist(s)
Like how mysterious Satou's actions are when viewed from outside!