What does /a/ think of Space Dandy?
>you will never fuck Scarlet's ass, pussy and mouth
I'd like to know what part of fucking Galaxy Angel had anything as creative or interesting as the plant planet episode. Or the time loop episode or the limbo episode or the smile puppet episode and so on
Seemed to be a creative outlet for a bunch of frustrated artists to do what they want.
It's not really a series, so much as a giant art project like the AnimationExpo thing.
It's enjoyable when viewed that way.
It was one of the most enjoyable and fun anime to watch in a while.
Reminded me of Dirty Pair and Space Adventure Cobra and UY. We won't get anymore like it for a while, but it would be really nice if it started a trend.
No you retard, Naruto, SnK, and SAO have horrible fanbases, Space Dandy's isn't obnoxious or even that vocal. I bet you haven't even ran into the fan base your just repeating what the haters say.
Probably the most fun I've had with an anime in a while. Nothing to write home about, but I'd say it was pretty unique, and certainly a good anime.
It was a rollercoaster of mediocre to great since it's one of those shows that uses different directors for each episode. I seriously doubt anyone could say they liked the whole thing.
Soundtrack was fucking great. I'm STILL listening to the OSTs ever since they came out.
TMS outsourcing is the only redeeming thing about it.
I understand why TMS did Dandy for Bones as TMS was worrying about losing their manlyhood because of Aikatsu (it was almost the only thing they were doing at the time with Ghibli's The Wind Rises & Lupin Vs Conan being the only other 2 projects TMS was doing at the time), Dandy helped them out in when they needed it.
But in the end, at least we got retakes for Wakko's Wish for it's DVD release.
That's an oddity, I usually meet people who've watched the anime but never played the games.
The anime has 1-2 serious episodes per season and they usually end up being the best.
That episode had nothing to do with Grease, it was a shot at Aikatsu as that episode was 1 of 2 TMS lead episodes (both were lead by Hiroyuki Aoyama; Episode 2 was even timed by the same woman who did Fujiko Mine).
I'll take "Things That Never Happened" for 400, Alex.
When people say it's Bones's best, I know for a fact they have seen <20, because everyone agrees that their best is either Eureka Seven, DtB, Ouran, the Escaflowne movie, Sword of the Stranger, or even Wolf's Rain.
If Cowboy Bebop is just a pastiche of western movies in space, Dandy is a pastiche of anime shit, dandy shit and space shit in space
It's about as good as Samurai Champloo with a diverse array of episodes of which only a few are real misses, a laid-back style that allows for strictly action/exploration based episodes yet also ones full of character, and an amazing OST full of varieties of music you wouldn't normally hear in anime
Only real problem is the first episode sets up a plot device that isn't reflected
outside the 4th wall, by episode breaksuntil one of the late episodes of S2
I thought Scarlett or Honey would be a bit more relevant than they were. I still really enjoyed it and could tell the animators loved what they were working on which added to the enjoyment.
Really? I thought it was making fun of highschool musical and 80's movies shit. Especially with the preps, the nerds, the out of water protag, the ugly girl who is actually special/hot, and the singing
yeah i go there a couple of time every couple of months and always end up regretting it within 2 minutes because its so shit
my main board is /mu/
I was hoping one or both of them would join the crew. In another universe, I guess.
It's awesome, one of the best animes to come out in awhile. Dont listen to the fags on this board who hate on it because it doesnt follow middleschool girls through their daily lives and shit.
AOTY 2014. I'm not even joking. A joy from start to finish - where it wasn't funny, it had style. The only truly duff episode was the high school musical one, and even that had a few good scenes.