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I guess I'll be watching Index III simply because it's Index, and I might give Goblin Slayer a chance. Not much else seems to be standing out to me.
Seriously, fucking Fairy Tail?
I'll definitely be picking up
>Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san
Since they'll probably be good, and
For sequels. I'm a little worried about jumping right into Index, considering how long it's been since S2.
Also rolling the dice on
>Release the Spyce
>Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru
And special shoutout to Zombieland Saga, which promises to be an absolute clusterfuck.
Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san
Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru!
Hora, Mimi ga Mieteru yo!
Not watching Index III because I've never seen the other 'dexs, because they were so popular and posted so much back in old '09 4/a/ that it always felt like I had watched them even when I hadn't and thus had no motivation to do so.
i cant wait to watch vampire girl!!!!!!!!!!!
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Gee I wonder what streaming service it will crop up on
I've read a few chapters of the Goblin Slayer manga. I'll give the anime a try and if it turns out to be good I'll pick up the manga again.
I'll most likely be watching raildex and Bunnygirl looks interesting. The Zombieland thumbnail reminds of Youjitsu, I'll give it at least three episodes.
Whoa, our posts were mere seconds apart!
Goblin Slayer undergoes a tone shift from rapey violence porn to more "straight" adventuring after chapter…10, I want to say, so you might give it another shot if you're interested. I think the anime will shoot past the manga though, there's not that much out and it's based on an LN after all.
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I had THIS EXACT IDEA like 2-3 years ago!!!
of course i also imagined her as a chuuni…
lots of originals this time around, huh?
I think the only thing that's really caught my attention is Jojo. This season is looking kind of weak, but it's a bit too soon to tell; the first two weeks usually determines what's good and what isn't.
I guess for the "maybe" list I'd probably pick:
>Uchi no Maid
>Senran Kagura s2
Everyone will more than likely be watching Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san. I have a feeling it'll blow up in popularity on other places.
tonari no kyuuketsuki-san
and tsurune if the fujoshi bait isn't too obvious (because I'm a faggot who likes archery)
Overall, I'm not really excited for this season.
Yeah this season is looking really weak
I don't know what Tonari is but it looks like everyone is giving it a good chance, so I think I'll pick it up too. Goblin Slayer, Maid, and Index are the only ones I'm seeing and Index I'm watching just because it's Index.
>Senran Kagura S2
Since when was there even a S1?
I have it on good authority that the Kyuuketsuki-san manga is good, and while the director of the anime doesn't particularly stand out, I somehow doubt that Gokumi will drop the ball on a CGDCT.
And if you're going to be watching cute shit, Anima Yell is the obligatory seasonal Kirara adaptation, so you can't miss that.
I'll watch Kyuuketsuki, Index, and probably Honda-san. Gonna try the maid one and Spyce, because Namori was involved.>>27392
Tell me more about this Anima Yell, I haven't read it and the summary up there didn't catch my attention at all.
It's a comedy 4koma about a dumb dojikko who wants to be a cheerleader. Very much in the vein of Comic Girls. There are a couple chapters translated if you want to give it a look.
Ahh I need to finish happy sugar and harukana before the new season starts
>>27390https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senran_Kagura#Anime>An anime television adaptation produced by Animation Studio Artland aired in Japan between January 6, 2013 and March 24, 2013.
Jeez, it's been 5 years? Feels like it was only two years ago.
Someone else was gushing over Slime and Zombieland too so I guess I'll go give those a try too
Oh wow it's a raw viewer
This show has one of the stupidest premises I've seen recently, which I guess is a point for it. Seems interesting enough.
I get the feeling Maid-san is good less because of production values and more because you can feel how much the producers cared about it (as opposed to, say, Goblin Slayer).
Is Honda-san a critique of the 'Cool Japan' initiative? Like, "Wow, thanks, I just wanted a normal comfy job at a bookshop, and now all these obnoxious gaijin are swarming the place yammering on about gay porn."
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The Sakugabooru fellas put in on their list so it can't be that far off the mark for good production values. I think this scene could have probably been much simpler artistically, but I'm not a sakuga guy myself so who knows.>>27500
I think its ambitions are nowhere near as harsh and lofty as social critique; not everything must be exceedingly intellectual and thought-provoking. After reading blogs in the past about people who have gone to Japan (teachers and software developers mostly), it just seems to display more "pleasant" challenges and difficulties of Japanese people dealing with a growing number of foreigners who "get" parts of the culture somehow. Best skit for this is the dad who came in looking for the doujin for his daughter.
I haven't seen any of the original stuff on pixiv so I can't say if it's gonna continue like this.
Fuck the sakuga booru "fellas".
Thanks for sharing
Is Conception something airing this season?
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You know, you have a point. I've also tried more shows than usual with only a couple of obvious drops. I can't tell why this is happening, as I've had about as many pleasant surprises as disappointments.
Meanwhile, in Watching Anime So You Don't Have To, that imouto thing. Don't bother. It's completely straight siscon/harem wish fulfilment with none of the things that made recent titles like imosae interesting or watchable. No new twists on the genre, shit writing, no appealing character designs, no consistent animation already in episode 1.
To elaborate on the writing, imagine a person had watched oreimo or some other flagship and decided that it was too subtle. That only his superior intellect had allowed him to grasp that when the imouto says she doesn't like her brother, she means she does like him - and that the general public would therefore need more obvious hints in order to pick that up. Now further imagine that person had a strict rule of only writing when horny. That person might well have written this.
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Join the club.
I had the idea for a zombie idol group back in 2015.
Anyone else feel like Kyuuketsuki-san is missing something important for a CGDCT show? I don't know what it might be, but it feels a little soulless and hollow.
I definitely agree. It feels like the sort of series that Kaos-chan would try to write, only to have her editor reject it. The mangaka is clearly trying to tick boxes, including all the elements you would expect from this sort of thing, but just sort of jams them in next to each other without making them work together in any meaningful way.
The characters don't interact well, the "puchlines" often fall flat, it doesn't take good advantage of its gimmick, and it's the exact same orthodox 4koma template, at the same tempo, repeated over and over. The anime isn't really doing it any favors either, it's just a very plain, straight-laced adaptation. I watch a lot of SoLs, and in recent memory, this is by far the one that's had the least going for it.
All that said, I haven't dropped it, because the anime may yet get to a point where the mangaka hits her stride and it actually starts coming together.
It improved a bit once it got all the low-hanging vampire jokes out of the way but it seems like it would've been better adapted as a short.
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It does seem like Anima Yell is being completely overshadowed by Lesbo Maid and Vampire Bullying. Myself, I've been pleasantly surprised by it. I was expecting a bottom-of-the-barrel kirara anime, but the characters are turning out likeable and interesting enough. It may become one of those less-known hidden gems, or it might yet come out on top of the other two if they start getting old for a lot of people (like me).
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I want to use Arima as a chair!!