>Opening theme song by EGOIST
We Guilty Crown 2.0: Electric Boogaloo now, folks.
What do you mean by full image? This one or the complete page?
>surface-to-air missiles ready
>BLAST THAT SHIP
>they are surface-to-air missiles,they don't hit ships
>BULLSHIT, JUST ROTATE THEM
The staff of Guilty crown was very knowlegeable of war tactics so I'm eagerly waiting for this.
I agree but wasn't Guilty Crown by the same studio?
It's hard to find. Have this while I keep searching.
>I worked with Makihara-san for about a year and a half at Wit Studio on a series called Guilty Crown,
Looks like it's drawn by Katsuhiko Kitada. Pretty sure he's gonna be involved on this.
It's hard to say, the KKK(Kabaneri, Kiznaiver, Kuromukuro) coming this spring all have potential to become trainwreck thanks to the writer.
It's going to be fun.
>Because the animation was great throughout.
It's shaping up to be one of those bad yet entertaining shows. Given its a WIT Studio production there should be a good amount of animation highlights among what will be an inconsistent production
WIT Studio is a rebranded Production I.G. division. Guilty Crown was their last work under the I.G. label.
>This used to be the old Section 6 until 2012 when it was decided by IG’s parent company, IG Port, that they would form a studio under their name rather than under Production IG. I am guessing this was done so that IG Port would have a bigger say in this studio than it does over Production IG itself. Since this studio is not directly under Production IG, it also has a bit more freedom and will work independently of IG’s own interests, much like how BeeTrain did when it first began.
>Mainly overseen by Production IG producer Tetsuya Nakatake. Though while the studio was under IG, it had two producers in charge like the other sections.
>Past works as Section 6 include Le Chevalier D’Eon, Real Drive, Sengoku Basara and Kimi ni Todoke. Guilty Crown was their final work before breaking away to become Wit Studio.
>Wit Studio (Former IG Section 6)
>– This used to be the old Section 6 until 2012 when it was decided by IG’s parent company, IG Port, that they would form a studio under their name rather than under Production IG. I am guessing this was done so that IG Port would have a bigger say in this studio than it does over Production IG itself. Since this studio is not directly under Production IG, it also has a bit more freedom and will work independently of IG’s own interests, much like how BeeTrain did when it first began.
>– Mainly overseen by Production IG producer Tetsuya Nakatake. Though while the studio was under IG, it had two producers in charge like the other sections.
>– Past works as Section 6 include Le Chevalier D’Eon, Real Drive, Sengoku Basara and Kimi ni Todoke. Guilty Crown was their final work before breaking away to become Wit Studio.
>– Recent works include Attack on Titan, Hal (movie) and Houzuki no Reitetsu
Attack on Titan with 80's character design that resemble the first Macross movie: why not? I don't care it's not original or creative enough, if the animation remain consistent and has a good amount of action scenes, sign me the hell up.
>if the animation remain consistent
>if the animation remain consistent
>Guilty Crown gets announced
>Isn't this just a ripoff of Code Geass?
Isn't this just a ripoff of Shingeki no Kyojin?
They're saving it for AoT S2 which is airing in the Fall and if WIT is stupid enough Kabaneri will be a 2-cour so we'll have a production clusterfuck on par with God Eater if we're lucky.
The funniest part is that they were clueless about Guilty Crown being a ripoff of Code Geass. It will be hilarious if they think they're creating something original with Kabaneri too.
>When I watched the first episode of the show I immediately went online to see what the fan reaction was, and there was a huge amount of comparison to Code Geass. The shows share a writer, but my question is: going forward with Guilty Crown, how you plan on differentiating yourselves from Geass to the fans?
>All: Where are you seeing this?
>The plot outline, the districts, Japan being undermined, and the boy meeting a girl who grants him power.
>Yamamoto: We're not trying to be like Geass. We didn't plan to take anything from it for this show. Actually, as for the setting, Code Geass is quite apart from, way beyond modern Japan. But for Guilty Crown, the situation is more natural. So we're not trying to do a similar plot. Of course, there are some similarities.
What I find funny is that the guy asking the question doesn't really know much about Code Geass either since the "districts" in Guilty Crown closely correspond to Tokyo's actual real life divisions, which weren't used in Geass at any point.
In other words, It's nothing like an Area system where entire countries were classified as numbers. The first episode really did resemble Code Geass a lot though, except for the protagonist becoming more of an action hero with all the sword cutting through enemies and having Shinji's personality beforehand.
Even if it is a bit too similar to SnK, I can live with it. It's not as if there's all that many clones out there in the first place, plus it's an original, which means we'll at least get a complete story.
>Hopefully AoT S2 will air in Fall 2016
Are you stupid or what? That's going to cause a huge production clusterfuck. You better hope it airs in spring next year if you want consistent animation for the second season.
I am fucking ready for this.
Man the fucking Aniplex and FujiTV producers for that show insisted they were making a defining cutting edge anime. They really liked pushing the whole "cutting edge" angle in interviews too. Just either totally detached from reality or the most shameless bullshitters imaginable. Guilty Crown was pretty much the start of the rapid decline in quality of the noitaminA block for serving the commercial purposes of Sony Music Entertainment and parties looking to see their properties get a boost.