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  1. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-05-15 03:23
    0utf0xZer0
    I will return the pm but it may be a bit... Working during the summer so i don't have the flexibility i do when i'm at uni. Normally i won't be this late getting to bed to be honest.
  2. Goggen
    2012-05-14 16:18
    Goggen
    I don't personally find Hyouka or Nichijou superiour to previous KyoAni works, myself (well - Hyouka is, from a purely technical standpoint). I'm just talking ideals and principles.
  3. Goggen
    2012-05-14 15:58
    Goggen
    I don't know if "respectful" is the word I'd use. Don't get me wrong - I totally agree it would suck for the fans. I am one, after all. All I'm saying is, I can see the artistic reasoning behind it and would respect that - hypothetically, mind you - they would make their decisions based on artistic ideals rather than financial ones. Again, though - I wouldn't be happy about it, personally
  4. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-05-12 00:39
    0utf0xZer0
    It would be really interesting to know what "values" people associate with the Kyoto Animation "brand".

    Re: Kuroneko and Monogatari:
    I kind of suspected that she wouldn't and ask him what he thought, he said he thought she'd hate if because of the fanservice. My own opinion was subtlety different but I didn't pursue that line of conversation because I was intending the discussion to be more humourous than serious.
    Basically, Kuroneko likes dark, edgy, difficult to understand stuff. Sometimes I think she might well have the kinkiest imagination of them all but mere mundane fanservice would be below her. In addition to that, Nise as a whole is a lighter, more humourous entry in the Monogatari franchise, which would not be to her taste. Kind of ironic because IMO Nise's teasing bordering on trolling sense of humour actually has a lot of common with Kuroneko's personality.
    I get the impression Bakemonogatari is considered fairly sophisticated series in Japan - a Japanese fan of the show who was studying English in Vancouver once told me she was surprised that Canadians watched it. I got the impression that what she meant was that she thought that the show wouldn't be accessible to a western audience. Didn't get a chance to ask what she thought about Nise, it had started airing at the time but with travelling she hadn't had a chance to see much of it.
  5. Arabesque
    2012-05-11 00:49
    Arabesque
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Triple_R View Post
    I say that because of the care I see in the writing of this show. Part of the reason why I went with "Smooth" as the one word to sum up Hyou-Ka's strengths is the meticulous care I see in how this show is developing its characters, and moving its plot along. It's very, well, smooth. Not exactly exciting, but impressively handled without a sense of uneven pacing or jarring scene transitions.
    Do you think that's really a strength of the writing, or the visual direction though?

    I found that there were more details begin unveiled via the art, animation or even via Oreki's imaginative spots than I seen through the dialogue. Heck, in a lot of way I think the transitions between the scenes is as you put it smooth due to how well the direction had been.

    Not that I disagree with you, but I'm interested in what you think the writing had a hook other than what I've seen.
  6. 0utf0xZer0
    2012-05-10 03:11
    0utf0xZer0
    I don't know if you're still planning to post in the thread, but I'm curious if you have an opinion on a couple of the ideas I raised. Namely, that that Hyouka's success is due to tapping into a nostalgia of sorts for some of KyoAni's older properties and that Nadeko's popularity is in fact due to how she contrasts with the series as a whole.

    Somewhat related, I often feel that when it comes to KyoAni's shows, there's often a world of difference between logically grasping the elements that make the shows successful and emotionally doing so. You pretty much have to intuitively grasp the emotions involved to understand why fans love them. Tends to make explaining the appeal difficult, unfortunately.

    BTW, while I was driving an anime buddy home last night we got into one of those discussions and came to the conclusion that Kuroneko is probably a fan of Bakemonogatari but not Nise. I found the whole thing somewhat amusing.
  7. Dr. Casey
    2012-05-09 20:55
    Dr. Casey
    Ah, nope, I haven't watched that. I watch too many series each season nowadays and Tiger and Bunny just got lost in the shuffle. I don't think I've heard anything about it, what's it about?
  8. Dr. Casey
    2012-05-09 20:35
    Dr. Casey
    Just posting to let you know that I'll make a review to follow up on Deikan's and Kogetsu's in the next few days. <3
  9. Kazu-kun
    2012-05-09 18:51
    Kazu-kun
    It's ok. Besides, while I'm not a Sayaka fan, I do think Gen's penchant against her is getting too far lately.

    Comp issues? Tough luck. There are some very good shows these season, so I can understand your frustration.

    Anyway, I'm about to watch the latest episode of Lupin. It seems there's some yuri in it so....
  10. Last Sinner
    2012-05-09 08:03
    Last Sinner
    I really wouldn't fuss about the bizarre nature of what it takes to crack 10k sales, mate. Just enjoy titles for what they are. Things change within 1-2 years but there are some common traits over the years. I think Hitomi Azuma did a book on it and it had some pertinent points, if you wish to follow it up. But just remember - we're a completely different type from what the domestic anime fan is, so unless we were in Japan and living it, it's not really possible to say for certain. Sales are more a result of pre-existing fanbases, marketing, merchandise lines and the fanaticism that resides within the fandom. So yeah, don't get down once ridiculous numbers for AKB0048 come out.

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    Comic book and Star Trek fan in my youth, pro wrestling fan for awhile, now mostly into anime
    Location
    Newfoundland, Canada
    Interests
    Pro Hockey (Habs fan), anime, sports games
    Occupation
    Private, but I am working
    Avatar & Signature
    Avatar: Honoka Kousaka Sig: Saitama and Honoka, Sig by Akuma Kousaka
    Currently Watching
    Boku Dake ga Inai Machi
    Dagashi Kashi
    Active Raid
    Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju
    Norn9
    Nurse Witch Komugi-chan R
    Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu
    Luck and Logic
    Myriad Colors Phantom World
    Phantasy Star Online 2
    HaruChika
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    Top Tier
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    All-Time Favorite - Madoka Magica
    Gateway Anime - El Hazard: The Magnificent World

    Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (all)
    Love Live!: School Idol Project
    The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya


    2nd Tier
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    Gurren Lagann
    Maria-sama ga Miteru (all)
    Shirobako
    Clannad: After Story
    Saki (all)
    Shakugan no Shana (all)
    Steins;Gate
    Hyouka
    White Album 2
    True Tears


    3rd Tier
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    Tari Tari
    K-On!!
    Sound! Euphonium
    Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
    Ga-Rei Zero
    Hanasaku Iroha
    Kill La Kill
    Tiger and Bunny
    To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S
    Mai HiME
    Fate/Zero
    Psycho-Pass
    Little Busters!
    Tamayura
    Sword Art Online (all)
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