>New Nurse Witch Komugi series announced
>Expect to see some degree of reaction from the community
>Koyori one of my favorite animu titty monsters, and the Fullmetal Madness doujin one of my oldest favorites that I still like today.
>Airing at 2:30 on Monday mornings.
>No representation at Comiket save for a couple official keychains and... tapestries?
>Not even a gurgle of shitscribbles on Pixiv
Dead on Arrival? Is anyone even planning on subbing this one?
Because of a glimmer of a hope of seeing "Koyori 200%"
Or maybe something by Gate of XIII or Kensoh Ogawa... that would be pretty great.
Soultaker was pretty much the prototype for Bakemonogatari, only a few years too early.
It was stupid as hell but extremely interesting visually for its time, and the bits with Komugi were great.
Too bad it was completely overlooked because everyone saw a shitty VHS rip that completely ruined Shinbo's vision.
Soultaker was literally ahead of its time.
The new voice sucks balls. It sounds like such a generic moeshit voice....
I want the old classic voice back. That was god tier moeshit voice since it was actually unique enough.
>Is anyone even planning on subbing this one?
Your best bet would be official subs from a English streaming site. As >>135573550 says, I doubt anyone else is willing to sub this.
Like I said, I just want new smut. I agree that the old series was better by looking at the concept art alone (By that I mean, Koyori has clearly had her breasts reduced), but if the series doesn't do well, we get nothing. Kind of like with Servant X Service, Lucy was an amazing character design that warranted way more doujin exploitation, but the few that we got were all very vanilla, sanitized doujins.
If it doesn't take off, I have nothing but more Touhou and Kankore to look forward to for C90. Even Cinderella Girls seems to be tapering off as Love Live and every other of the Idol Anime boom takes up space.
SoulTaker was terrible. The only good thing about it was Jam Project. That shitty direction is what destroyed any potential it could have had.
This has got to be the most hipster comment I've read on /a/ in literal years.