Kyoani is pandering so hard but no one is paying attention to them. Why have otaku abandoned them?
They forgot where the money was.
The source material is really weird and actually lewder, fairy and loli don't exist, it gets all tryhard "epic and edgy" in the end of the first novel but who knows if they're even going to hint at it in the anime.
Because I know no girl will ever blush after I say something "deep".
Good luck with that.
That said, who knows if they're even going to go that route. Following the source material requires them to completely destroy the "comfy" atmosphere for a different sort of much more plot-driven story.
The story goes full chuuni.
Phantoms take over the world and kill most of humanity, humans are forced into underground armored cities, MC blames himself for it due to the events at the end of the first novel being the cause for it (that's the reason he looks so thin unkempt and has longer hair) and typical chuuni stuff happens with him gaining powers of darkness; it has actual antagonists and everything instead of being episodic.
Isn't it like impossible for them to do that right now though.
Their team got big, and that shit's dangerous. They're mostly animators anyway. None of them are writers, they lost all of them.
Don't forget that 90% of anime originals turn out like Guilty Crown and Choujin Gensou.
Madoka and Eureka 7 anime originals are the rarity. While Knights of Sidonia popular adaptations are much more common.
Evidently the fujo's who made KyoAni rich did.
Third novel actually follows a new protagonist since MC disappeared after the events of the second novel after he used the "FORBIDDEN ABILITY." MC comes back, of course, but he is super-edgy.
They failed because they probably just made a misculculation on how good the LN really was. The first episode was the best first episode of the season, and the show promised really interesting monsters with cool reasons for existing and methods of sealing. Then it just degenerated into every monster of the week trope ever, combined with okay-but-not-great girls, everyone wanting the Hauhiko dick for no real reason, and shelving the only interesting subplot; and they show just never really stood a chance, Kyoani or no.
tl;dr Kyoani wouldn't know a good action-focused property to adapt if it slapped them in the face.
>DEEN blows KyoAni away for this season
Novel 3 summary:
Inori Watayumi is an student of Jubilee Academy which is a sister school to Hosea Academy; Inori has been having strange dreams in which she is saved by a werewolf.
Meanwhile, in the real world, dark clouds are starting to get closer to the uneventful everyday. Kashima Touko appears again and tells them that just as she predicted the collision between Another and Origin is about to begin.
What will Mai and the others do? What will happen to Inori? And where is Haruhito?
What is this novel even about?
kyoani betrayed my expectation for being a pure studio. It hurts bros...
I'm enjoying the show enough to keep watching. Also I'm convinced half the /a/utists complaining about it are hivemind shit-tier fucks who have no idea what they want and enjoy complaining about trivial shit online more than anything else.
The show is too episodic and I am not a fan of any of the girls.
I hate Reina and Kurumi.
Mai is a bitch.
Koito is an emotionaless doll.
MC is cool but a beta.
Non of their personalities are good enough to carry on this episodic shit and the adventure is so damn boring.
Edgy novel spoilers sound like a different kind of boring I think I'd rather have the Kyoani version. Seriously, the world turning all God Eater, MC suddenly becoming special, gaining the attention of a special villainous yandere and Reina raising death flags sounds like your stereotypical light novel battle harem, Through, I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to see how Mai and Koito do in a serious fight with their lives on the line, Both are one trick ponies where if the enemy figures out their ability they are screwed.