So, how is it /a/? I know basically nothing about it other than the fact that /pol/ loves it.
Just be sure to watch it before you die.
Plebs cannot appreciate it.
For a series heavily based around tactics and strategy, it features absolutely moronic displays of tactics and strategy
the novels that the series is based on are supposed to be amazing though I wouldn't know
6/10 show praised by the virtually illiterate for exploring babby's first political philosophy.
It has decent characters, utterly terrible space battles that make little to no sense visually, garbage art and animation, and the sound track, while good, is not memorable because it was just lifted from public domain orchestra productions.
I wish everyone would just watch it so we could agree it's overrated slop for pretentious manchildren.
>And yet there are plenty of shows every year that do just as much as LOGH did.
There hasn't been an anime released with the same breadth, detail, and scope as LoGH. I'm not saying LoGH is the best ever, but there's nothing else quite like it. Definitely not something that happens regularly, on a seasonal basis.
Fair enough, especially it being released by mailing episodes to subscribers like I heard it was. OVA culture is dead in general let alone a long running series.
Will be interesting to see what the remakes look like.
It's ambitious, it also fails to be an actually interesting exploration of any of the themes it tries to run with though. It's actually not even worth watching in my opinion.
Watch some of Leiji Matsumoto's stuff instead if you have a craving for space opera. A bit simpler in scope perhaps but it's typically done a lot better.