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 No.13462[Reply]

Feels like we're overdue for a new idol mecha, when's the next Macross gonna be?

 No.13464

It's going to be a sequel to Macross Frontier given there was a short film about Ranka that was screened alongside the Macross Delta movie.



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 No.13461[Reply]

SHAMEIMARU!!!

 No.13463

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 No.13071[Reply]

I love when some anonymous journeyman anime screenwriter who just does random adaptations and whatever the studios throw at him writes an understatedly beautiful original series and no one ever asks him about it again.

 No.13091

I like Glasslip too, OP. I assume it's written by Yoshimori Uchi since that's who did the LN. Glasslip flopped though so there's that.

 No.13092

>>13091
Good things tend to not sell and if they sell expect to see it imitated and over again.

 No.13325

>>13092
It was just conversations happening on screen. I'm not denying I wasn't intrigued by the dialogue or that it didn't have, at times, peculiar visuals but as an anime it wasn't particularly a project worth it visually. It reads away as a short story just as well. Or a live-action would have better suited it.

 No.13354

The anime and manga industry has been a regurgitation of the same 5 or 6 plots or themes for the past 20 years, people don't want to risk developing new and original ideas because they may not sell well, so they just adapt popular manga/webcomics and shit because it's easier and they already have an established fanbase that will watch the anime and consoooom merch.

This is a turbo capitalist industry that literally punishes creativity and originality, socialism would make better anime.



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 No.12207[Reply]

Why is it so good?
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 No.13334

>>13331
This must be copied from a real city.

 No.13338

>>13331
Konosuba is a deliberate satire of Isekai, so I think that may be intentional on their part, but that's a topic for the isekai thread.

 No.13339

>>13338
Well Re:Zero and Konosuba both were created after their authors had their monthly drink together and the topic of isekai came up.

 No.13344

>>13333
You might enjoy season 2's fourth episode then.

 No.13345

>>13344
You're too late anon, I'm already hoping there will be a season 3.



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 No.13180[Reply]

People only think Monogatari is good because they want to fuck the con man, if they didn't want to fuck the con man they wouldn't like it.
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 No.13202

>>13180
>People only think Monogatari is good because they want to fuck the con man
I've literally never seen this character before, but thanks for convincing me to watch it

 No.13203

I did not like the show but I want to fuck the meganekko with the huge milkers.

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 No.13240

>>13203
>>13238
Everyone does

 No.13317

Monogatari is good fun because the conversations are interesting and quirky in a good way.
Compare that with something like Lucky Star where the chatting is an absolute chore that drags for far too long.



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 No.13268[Reply]

中华人民共和国万岁中央人民政府万岁デス

 No.13269

Don't know what you said, but both Keke and Lanzhu are fantastic

 No.13290

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>>13269
You weren't kidding



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 No.7947[Reply]

mentally unstable
mentally unstable
depressed
autistic
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 No.13185

>>12869
>abusive
that's grammatically correct though, having "abuse" wouldn't make sense.

 No.13189

>>13185
>>12869
Ah shit never mind I realized you referred to the Dandere

 No.13194

they’re all autistic

source: a dream I had

 No.13196

>>13194
you're autistic
source something someone told me

 No.13199

Tsundere is actually closest to mentally stable.



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 No.823[Reply]

Which 2hu wud u hug?
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 No.13150

>>13073
>>13073
>the "reimu is autistic" Twitter thread
wtf lol
This is what I found
https://twitter.com/juniandfriends/status/1219215933853421568
The person who posted this seems to be one of those people who pretend to have several characters as split personlaities living in their head

 No.13155

>>13150
Well, headcanon is canon with this franchise. It's the closest thing to a serious character analysis i've found

 No.13156

>>13150
The biggest murderer in Gensokyo must be autistic? Problematic!

 No.13160

>Since Gensokyo was a plot of land in Japan that is separated by a barrier, it is Japan that is immediately outside of this barrier.
>As a result of the seal, Gensokyo became inaccessible from the outside world, and similarly, those in Gensokyo were unable to leave.
Huh, I wonder if that is the reason so many Xover fanfiction of the 2000s used a similar "barrier" subplot to explain 2 separate worlds coming together.

 No.13168

>>13160
It's inspired by Brigadoon



 No.12239[Reply]

So why haven't you watched the greatest anime of all time? Hint: No excuse is valid.
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 No.13157

>>13081
But it wasn't like this in 90s/80s.

 No.13158

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>>13157
Not really.
What people attribute to/call moe was already a thing in by the late 90s and Evangelion is blamed as the boiling point of it.

>In the late ’90s, Japan’s market for criticism nosedived.

>Three decades ago, Gundam’s coloring was chosen at the request of a toy company in order to sell robots. This kind of thing is standard practice. From the beginning, Japan’s anime culture has been based on selling toys. For this reason, there’s hardly any purpose in poring over Japanese anime or game narratives in and of themselves—they’re being produced to sell merchandise.
>Compared with the 1980s otaku, those of the 1990s generally adhered to the data and facts of the fictional worlds and were altogether unconcerned with a meaning and message that might have been communicated.
>For otaku, stories don’t matter – it’s all about the cute girls.

That being said, unlike some persistent posters on this board, I still love anime and I encourage people to free themselves from cringe culture.

 No.13165

>>13157
It’s always been kind of like this.
The garbage heap is just higher these days

 No.13166

This mf really called Milky Holmes

 No.13167

Reading a description of this and it sounds like a nightmare.
I don't care if it's ironic.



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 No.13162[Reply]

kamS is some totally innocuous salaryman who lives in suburban Tokyo. He works in middle-management for some successful yet forgettable corporation. His co-workers would describe him as "pleasant", even though he doesn't really stand out from the crowd, and hardly ever speaks up during meetings. He is kind to his wife, but not affectionate. His children barely know who he is, but he always offers them a smile, a pat on the head, the occasional ice cream. His neighbors would never say a bad word about him. And late at night, a couple times a month, he tells his wife that he has to work late. But he doesn't stay at the office. Instead, he drives to a non-descript, run down shopping district late at night, parks his car, and walks to the unnumbered door between the appliance repair shop and the pet store. He takes out the key from his wallet, unlocks the door, walks up the three flight of steps to another door, and unlocks that. There, there is a desk, a chair, and a computer. He closes the door, sits, turns on the computer, and makes these works. He never tells anyone about them, and even he doesn't exactly know why he makes them. kamS is a mystery even to himself.


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