just finished tatami galaxy.
does anyone else feel that tatami galaxy tries to be intelligent and deep, but just comes across as a mirror of empty self-aggrandizement for young adults?
it literally serves the same thing to young adults what flcl and kill la kill serve to teenagers. it's like the essential edgy anime for young adults.
I'm not saying it's a bad anime, it's funny at times and has a good soundtrack. But it's just so narrow-minded in it's approach and tries to appeal to a certain demographic, which is sure to eat it up.
A great anime which display maturity and intelligence would be Haibane Renmei for example. I just don't see Tatami Galaxy anywhere in that category; even if /a/ believes so.
>self-aggrandizement for young adults
chillax with the thesaurus, anon
I don't think it's trying to be deep; but people interpret everything differently.
For me, the main theme is just about realizing that there's more to life than your 4.5 tatami room essentially that the outside world is worth giving a go even though most of the it'll still be shit.
If that's deep to you OP, then you should read some books or something.
It does a lot that Tatami Galaxy doesn't, but that's kore because they are both completely different shows though. What Haibane Renmei pulls off though is much much harder than what Tatami Galaxy does. Haibane is something I'd call a masterpiece easily, whereas I can see easily flaws in Tatami Galaxy although it's very good.
Kill yourself, Rakka is adorable.
>What Haibane Renmei pulls off though is much much harder
What in the shit does that even mean
"Fuck people are bringing up valid points that contradict my opinion"
>Lol kid you'll understand when you're older or maybe not even then ur dumb heh.
Nice damage control.
That being said.
I enjoyed tatami galaxy, but I do kind of see where it comes off as kind of a "2deep4u" show. I don't think that was intentional though, most slice o' lyf shows tend to come off that way.
Can someone please explain to me why Haibane Renmei is so highly regarded?
I watched through it and felt like I had wasted my time on a fairly average show. I just can't see how anyone could seriously call it a masterpiece.
well fuck, i feel bad for not watching this now
i can't think of how many years i've waited, i have no excuse
Sigh, I've explained this so many times to plebs but herr we go. What you saw was onky the outer appearance of the show, the complexity of Haibane Renmei is very deep, but it also doesn't make shove it in your face.
Under the calming and melancholic atmosphere lies a tale with heavy themes that you have to think to actually comprehend why this series is so amazing. This is easily shown by how you thought it was an average show, when in fact the delivery of its themes is so subtle and masterfully done that you just couldn't pick up on them.
Firstly it's /abe/.
He does have a cult of people who fucking love his shows. Most of the other people on /a/ have:
1-Not watched it
2-Don't wan't to talk about it for the 100th time.
So nearly all people in /abe/ threads are fans.
Secondly. I really loved it because for an 13 episode anime it took the time to start the hole plot progression from episode 6. Spending 5 episodes presenting the characters/environment made them feel so alive/real.
It's quite subtle, the crow scene is a great example. It is often over-looked but it's the probably the most important scene if the anime.
I have a soft spot for humble anime too. It never shoved it's opinion in your face, leaving you to interpret it in your manner.
OST is fucking god-tier too.
Yeah, you should.
Part of being an adult is follow proper grammar conventions even when talking casually in a text-based format.
See, I can make up my own arbitrary rules for defining behaviour required to be part of an age group that are just as valuable (read: worthless) as yours.
Now I'm not trying to defend OP here but I wouldn't really say anyone he responded to had valid points, seeing as they all basically said he was baiting and trolling.
Not that they need valid argument points to shoot down a poor trolling attempt, but don't give them too much credit.
>does anyone else feel that tatami galaxy tries to be intelligent and deep, but just comes across as a mirror of empty self-aggrandizement for young adults?
The complete opposite.
just finished naruto
does anyone else feel that naruto tries to be cool and edgy, but just comes across as a mirror of empty self-aggrandizement for teenagers?
it literally serves the same thing to teenagers what bleach and one piss serve to young adults. it's like the essential edgy anime for teenagers