What's the difference between Kyoani and Trigger?
I'd give sushi my mushroom if you know what I mean.
>people still defend this show
LWA is their only good thing so far but I'm hopeful for Imaishi's new show. Low expectations for Kiznaiver.
Lots? Trigger has arguably better staff but for some reason fails on a management level, while Kyoani capitalizes on its talent well and is probably the best anime studio from a workplace perspective.
I have seen all of their stuff except for their webseries(excluding Inferno Coppu!) and while I would hate it I feel like they would be better off appealing to nostalgic mananime fans.
Honestly Kill la Kill was good dumb fun, just monstrously overhyped on account of the Aniplex marketing factor and MALtards. It's a shame it has to suffer so much hype backlash now for it. It was never supposed to be anything more than just a harkening back to good old fashioned hot blooded action, guts and fun yet somehow people seem to have completely missed the point and treat it like something far more than it ever intended to be.
>Done 6 shows.
>Are they a one hit wonder?
Are you fucking serious, They're just getting started.
2 full shows.
How the fuck can you even judge them from such a small pool.
It's also not fucking satire and people that insist it is are fucking retarded beyond comprehension and possibly just can't admit they enjoyed watching something that was just stupid grinding grunting action, zaniness and fanservice because they feel they need to save face in front of the ever increasingly judgmental post Madoka and Fate/Zero anime fanbase.
In terms of getting people to not be stupid about it I wish it had been funded and marketed by any other producer and that it had had virtually any composer besides Sawano. Just change those too things and I guarantee there's a world of difference in how people consistently melt down now over a dumb Ami Koshimizu vehicle action show even 3 years later.
Ninja slayer was completely horrible. How did that even air outside of web animations? Being "ironically" bad worked for inferno cop because it was short, didn't have any advertising, and published on the web. Ninja slayer was way too long for what it was.
You were going to type
>was really put off by the fanservice
am I right?
Whoops lets try that again without accidentally clicking auto. Yeah my one work buddy who I would describe as normie (great guy btw) in terms of anime taste was really pumped up for KLK but ended up disappointed and dropping it part way through cause he was put off by all the "pervy" fanservice and it just kind of being zany balls to the walls goofiness without any sort of extended plot narrative, character arcs or dramas to sink his teeth into.
Really when you look at the structure of the show it has a lot of visual style but material wise it just kind of feels like the kind of stuff you'd normally see from a shonen action anime trimmed down in scope to fit a 24 episode format. Albeit we weren't really getting as much of that sort of stuff in 2013 like we are again now because anime took a hard detour into "smart" SoL/Dialogue driven anime territory for a little while there. Also not that there's anything wrong with what it is, but it really doesn't do anything particularly remarkable at the end of the day, it's final arcs are highly predictable to a fault (You knew Satsuki wasn't going to be an antagonist forever, that it'd be her mother as the final boss, that they were sisters and what the connection between it all would end up being pretty much before the halfway mark of the show even hit), and it kind of falls into that 7/10 kind of category as a TV show at the end of the day.
Must be. The day Trigger figures out their upper management is the day anime is saved. I'm sure they've got a masterpiece or two in there, but so far there just not capitalizing.
I'm talking works in general, not originals.
>I'm talking works in general, not originals.
So am I. It's not unusual for studios to be founded and then only do outsourced work for long peirods of time. You know SHAFT was founded in the 70s?
That's a good point, I guess. Maybe what I'm saying is, for a studio that /does/ produce anime on their own, and for a studio with a high level of talented staff, their good to bad ratio is rather poor. I'll retract my in six years thing, cause you're right they ARE still new.
>that was just stupid grinding grunting action, zaniness and fanservice
but that's why I tried to watch the show to begin with
but the action was sub-par, and the fanserive wasn't titillating at all