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Old 2013-07-30, 14:36   Link #1861
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Originally Posted by Drkz View Post
Two-Course won't happen. Unless they split it between two different seasons. Regardless of how much funding they get. A consecutive season jeopardizes the fluid animation. S1 and S2 had fluid animation. It didn't go too high or go too low. Its the bar that was set. Sunrise needs to either improve it or let be the same. If Horizon takes a dip, sunrise will get flamed to hell by fans. Whether or not they make it is up in the air. People pretty much said Index S3 was going to come out and that still didn't happen. And we all know how popular Index is in Japan. Basically have to stalk kawakami on twitter until he says something.
Sunrise S8 is perfectly capable to handle a two cour, as they already did it with Accel World without any sudden decrease on the animation quality.
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Old 2014-07-01, 09:06   Link #1862
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This may be just me, but I had the feeling that Toori is much more intelligent (as in VERY intelligent) than he shows, as if the "fool" is a mere mask to fulfil his entertainer contract... a lot of his actions, even perverted ones, helped him reach his goals in ways that you would hardly even notice if you don't think about it a bit.
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Old 2014-07-06, 09:41   Link #1863
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randomly linking something related to sunrise s8:
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action, fantasy, science fiction, sunrise

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