What does /a/ think about Kill la Kill. Do we recognize that its one of the biggest piles of hot shit that has ever graced anime.
Ive tried watching it like 4 times now and im repulsed by how bad it is every time.
The only reasons people seem to like this is the sub-par fan service.
It is a middle of the road anime. I have never felt it was bad enough to not watch it, but I've also never felt compelled to watch another episode. I think I've watched twenty episodes so far in the last year. I just pop it on every once and a while - normally while eating lunch.
I finished it yesterday and thought it could have been much better but the story was underdeveloped. Too many characters too. I don't know what it is that left me feeling so meh about it when I absolutely loved TTGL.
What does /a/ think of the OP? Do we recognize that its one of the biggest piles of hot shit that has ever graced this board.
Ive tried reading it like 4 times now and im repulsed by how bad it is every time.
The only reasons people seem to like this is the sub-par b8.
I for one thought it was an extremely entertaining series, and there isn't a damn thing anybody could do about it.
If I thought it would be good, I would gladly welcome a S2
/a/ is a dynamic figure, often seen scaling walls and crushing ice. /a/ has been known to remodel train stations on its lunch breaks, making them more efficient in the area of heat retention. /a/ translates ethnic slurs for Cuban refugees, /a/ writes award-winning operas, /a/ manages time efficiently. Occasionally, /a/ treads water for three days in a row.
/a/ woos women with its sensuous and god-like trombone playing. /a/ can pilot bicycles up severe inclines with unflagging speed, and /a/ cooks Thirty-Minute Brownies in 20 minutes. /a/ is an expert in stucco, a veteran in love and an outlaw in Peru.
Just to make this clear, this isn't bait. I just honestly don't understand the appeal. Is this one of those things that gets good later or if I'm not already hooked I never will be.
I liked it.
It's probably the only recent anime I've enjoyed, for whatever reason.
It could have been much better though, I'd like to see what they could have done with a higher budget.
If you didn't understand from the first five minutes of the first episode then you're just not going to get it. I don't know what it was about KlK, but it was one of the very few shows where I've actually be anxious for the next episode. It didn't make any sense, but it was flashy, fast, had good music and good direction, and was just generally a lot of fun.
>mfw reading this
I bet your mind would be blown by Michael Bay movies. You'd be praising them like they're all great, not realizing that they're fucking atrocious.
Embrace the nonsense anon; that's a large part of its appeal.
Yes, we all know it's not OK to like something just because it's fun. It has to be complex, sophisticated, and appeal to the highest sensibilities of art and culture. That's why we patricians congregate on this website for autists who watch chinese cartoons.
Hi, hello, I am /a/. I thought Kill la Kill was good. Please take your poor impersonation skills elsewhere.