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Old 2012-02-14, 08:46   Link #4541
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http://www.animenewsnetwork.com.au/n...aring-new-work

Not sure what kinda series this is, but the writer for Sola and Kanon doing a new project and with those art, I'm looking very forward to it.
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Old 2012-02-14, 13:01   Link #4542
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Not sure what kinda series this is, but the writer for Sola and Kanon doing a new project and with those art, I'm looking very forward to it.
Oh, now that is exciting.

I love Hisaya's work - grievously underrated. KEY was never the same after he left, and I think Sola is one of the most underappreciated series of recent years. I think he's been writing doujins ever since, sadly for viewers.
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Old 2012-02-14, 13:22   Link #4543
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Hanayaka Nari, Waga Ichizoku female-oriented visual novel gets TV anime
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Old 2012-02-15, 04:33   Link #4544
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http://www.animenewsnetwork.com.au/n...aring-new-work

Not sure what kinda series this is, but the writer for Sola and Kanon doing a new project and with those art, I'm looking very forward to it.
Well this is definitely a day one watch, and those are lovely concept art.
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Old 2012-02-15, 04:50   Link #4545
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Well this is definitely a day one watch, and those are lovely concept art.
Well.. Its not necessarily an anime project.
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Old 2012-02-15, 05:05   Link #4546
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I hope it becomes one.
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Old 2012-02-15, 13:10   Link #4547
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The art also isn't necessarily connected to the Hisaya project in any way. It's all speculation.

That said, it's lovely art, and Hisaya is one of the most interesting writers in the medium. Anything he's involved with, that's a must-see for me.
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Old 2012-02-17, 22:56   Link #4548
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Oh, now that is exciting.

I love Hisaya's work - grievously underrated. KEY was never the same after he left, and I think Sola is one of the most underappreciated series of recent years. I think he's been writing doujins ever since, sadly for viewers.
Um no...KEY was more than fine after he left. AIR and Clannad went on with bigger success. Maeda was the one who is the big part of KEY. But I do like his work not to say that it is bad at all. I just hope it is better than Sola ( I wasn't really a fan).
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Old 2012-02-18, 02:19   Link #4549
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Um no...KEY was more than fine after he left. AIR and Clannad went on with bigger success. Maeda was the one who is the big part of KEY. But I do like his work not to say that it is bad at all. I just hope it is better than Sola ( I wasn't really a fan).
You can talk about commercial matters, I'm talking about quality. Maeda's work has none of the subtlety of Hisaya's, IMHO. Your mileage may vary, but the before/after quality gap is pretty stark for me. Hisaya's work is much more suited to my personal tastes.
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Old 2012-02-18, 03:22   Link #4550
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Hisaya was more restrained in terms of melodrama and supernatural elements. To me, the Maeda stories are rather forced and artificial (making a mountain out of a molehill at times and using plot devices that just aren't believable), whereas Hisaya rarely broke my suspension of disbelief.

I'm not sure about quality though. A lot of care went into Clannad, which is most apparent in the visual novel. Nevertheless, I'd say that Little Busters! and Angel Beats! indicate a downward trend.
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Old 2012-02-18, 12:40   Link #4551
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I'm having great difficulty believing this isn't an April Fools joke that was posted early::

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The anime studio MADHOUSE revealed that it has begun producing animation based on the Peanuts comic strip by the late American artist Charles M. Schulz.
My brain is currently reprocessing everything I know about Peanuts in terms of anime tropes.

Lucy is a tsundere.

Marcie as a Rei Ayanami clone.

Sally as a magical girl.

Snoopy as Kyubey.

Charlie Brown saying, "Yare, yare," instead of "Good grief!"

Pigpen as an otaku.

Linus spurning Sally because he's only interested in 2D girls.

Oh, god, make it stop!
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Old 2012-02-18, 12:46   Link #4552
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I'm having great difficulty believing this isn't an April Fools joke that was posted early::



My brain is currently reprocessing everything I know about Peanuts in terms of anime tropes.

Lucy is a tsundere.

Marcie as a Rei Ayanami clone.

Sally as a magical girl.

Snoopy as Kyubey.

Charlie Brown saying, "Yare, yare," instead of "Good grief!"

Pigpen as an otaku.

Linus spurning Sally because he's only interested in 2D girls.

Oh, god, make it stop!
What

The

Fuck?
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Old 2012-02-18, 13:01   Link #4553
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Wait,is the gonna be for japanese audience with japanese seiyuus and everything,or is this going to be like when Madhouse did the second season of the boondocks?
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Old 2012-02-18, 21:56   Link #4554
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Wait,is the gonna be for japanese audience with japanese seiyuus and everything,or is this going to be like when Madhouse did the second season of the boondocks?
I share the same B-Day as Charles Schultz (different year), was a huge Peanuts fan growing up, and even have some correspondence with him I'd shared. I am also a huge Anime fan.

So you will excuse me if I go over in a corner right now and try to decide whether I should splode in delight over two of my absolute favorite things coming together - or lose all hope in humanity at just how big a cluster frak this could turn out to be...
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Old 2012-02-18, 22:34   Link #4555
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Well, I'd assume that Madhouse would keep Schultz's character designs, so we don't have to worry about Peppermint Patty having giant moe eyes or Linus having spiky anime hair, but they'd make the animation more dynamic. I love the old Charlie Brown cartoons as much as anyone, but everything was staged like a side-scrolling video game. As for storylines, the more I think about it, the more I realize how easily the characters would fit into a slice-of-life anime.
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Old 2012-02-19, 11:02   Link #4556
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Old 2012-02-20, 14:17   Link #4557
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I recall a Jappanese fan production comic that was Touhou using Peanuts characters, art style, and comic structure to tell jokes about Reimu (Snoopy) and Marisa (Woodstock) with Ramilia as the Charlie Brown mold.

It was actually fairly well done as the author truely had Peanuts style down correctly and was able to play off some of the Touhou girls into various Peanuts characters without it seeming off (even to the point of Woodstock and Snoopy's conversations sometimes ending with a random Master Spark as something off panel, or Charlie Brown getting not respect...even from "her" maid.) that and seeing Snoopy's doghouse slightly reshaped to resemble a temple shrine by putting it on low posts and having steps from the entrance an his food bowl and the offering box was clever.


So I can see someone trying to make a Peanuts anime and possibly take it seriously...well seriously as you can take a comic.
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Old 2012-02-20, 14:43   Link #4558
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As for storylines, the more I think about it, the more I realize how easily the characters would fit into a slice-of-life anime.
Considering how far back Peanuts goes; you could call it the original "Slice of Life"

However, I'll believe this one when I see it, Schultz's heirs have a pretty solid grip on how his work is presented.
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Old 2012-02-22, 03:00   Link #4559
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This looks interesting.
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Old 2012-02-24, 18:14   Link #4560
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^Description reminds me of Another.

P.S. Wait... the main heroine has same seiyu as Takane from Idolm@ster? I'm so damn watching that!
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