>>13810322 According to google translate. > What colony? > The rip-off of No of Nikoni ? > Or is one of No of masturbation ? > Someone can be seen people , please explain the differences between the colony and masturbation
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>>13810402 >not even motivated production >the lack of motivation Perfect description of IBO. Even with AGE it felt like they actually tried to make it grandiose, generation spanning story, even if they failed. I could see what they wanted to do with Flit, with Asemu, and with Kio and how they wanted to show to feel, but with IBO I genuinely don't feel like they're trying at all.
>>13810491 >lack of motivation I hope this isn't true because that is some SEED tier studio drama in the background,I really wanted to enjoy IBO and I kinda have, but this thread made me realize what was missing, the enthusiasm and genuine effort of its creators. Even with SEED, Destiny and especially age which were all mediocre or subpar, you could feel that whoever was behind it was at least having fun with the shows to some degree. Age especially with its homages to the UC gundam series, but IBO has been feeling dead since we left mars. I don't know wheather this is due to banrise suits interfering or mari realizing she's a cake, but I hope whoever's in charge throws some life into this final arc.
>16 episodes in >The White Base had already descended to Earth >In Zeta Amuro had already returned >In ZZ Glemy had already appeared and done shit >In V we had already gotten to space >In G Devil had appeared >In W Tallgeese was fighting Heavyarms >In X we had dolphins >In Seed the Archangel had descended and Kira had fucked Flay >In Destiny Kira had returned, Athrun had returned and Shinn had went SEED. Junius 7 had happened >In 00 The Trinities had appeared >In AGE we were at Gen 2 >In BF we already had SBS vs WGF >In IBO a pointless character dies
Adding to that: G-Reco had the revelation of two characters being long lost siblings and a war going on while Turn A had Queen Diana exploring Earth life, Corin's intro, and discovering old mobile suits. Man, IBO IS slow as fuck.
>>13810775 >while the hardcore mecha/gundam community did. That's going a bit far. It appealed to more than western anime sites were making it seem but it wasn't getting to everyone. Over time it has more (I've seen a lot of people say I gave it a second chance and like it now) but Greco is best summed up as a minor success
IBO did appeal to some of the more hardcore etc but it has dropped off cause the show isn't that great, most going well it isn't that great BUT i like the suits and [insert character] is cool. I feels like a show that over the years it will lose credibility
>>13810416 What does he's say in the tweet? A couple of comments in the article mention it, but I couldn't make out what they were saying.
>>13810772 I just wonder what they plan to do if the lack of action has been taken into consideration. I mean they only have 10 episodes to finish this and cramming in more action scenes is really going to fuck with the pacing. I imagine it will only make things worse overall, I mean i think really the problem isn't so much the amount of battles its that the battles that have happened have been generally pretty poor. I mean the last battle had another gundam in it. But all that happens was grunts running straight into mikas mace and then the fusion running the whole fight while its pilot screams for backup. Not even the suits distraction was satisfying, the final moments were just stills basically
It is very simple, if they just hired someone who can actually write a story and with a good plot and then hire someone else to do good directing, this would have been great.
Instead they pushed the same old "orphan" angle we have been hammered to death and stretched out the character's personalities and struggle way to far. They should have maintained the pacing they had up to episode 5 and included more space battles, incorporated two sides of a war with the ophans stuck in the middle and developed tension.
This is so far removed from the usual Gundam, that one has to wonder what they were smoking writing this plot. Clearly people of actual talent were not hired to make this or rather, people with motivation to make something good weren't in tis project at all.
>>13810820 More so what will it do to the budget? They clearly a not able to get good looking actions scenes when they are sparse later episodes will just have more by nature
IBO also just lacks MS moving in general. If you think about it having them move about and just be used for mundane stuff was common and gave some character, even 0079 managed this. It helped give them more personality and make them feel like a part of the world, they were a tool used all over not just some side thing. IBO feels more hampered by being a mech show.
>the battles that have happened have been generally pretty poor. This is a problem and something I've not been able to put my finger on what exactly they do wrong. Something about the fights just doesn't feel proper, they feel like pieces that float doing nothing until you get a clash and a still. It would sort of be okay if the imagery was good but only the first two fights had anything nice.
fucking called it, they are using 2 episodes worth of screen time to show something that can be quickly explained in less than half an episode of time in any other gundam shows back in ep 2-3.
Which is really a shame because after dropping IBO for a few weeks and then picking it up back again I am starting to like it even with its cliches, I hope they really start to pick their shit up but I doubt that will actually happen.
>>13810800 >minor It was the best selling TV mecha anime from last year beating out critical darling Fafner Exodus and overhyped garbage A/Z and we do know through Derringer that the Gunpla sold well, AGE set the benchmark to what is considered a failure in this franchise and as long as you're above that you're doing fine.
>>13810857 I don't think space really works with their whole solid weapons vibe. And that stuff really requires skill to get across the right sense of weight and motion that ibis more physical battles require. They did alright on Earth but even then the barbatos was jumping and flipping and twirling its mace too much. Was it cranks death where Mika tosses his mace and crank deflects it with an axe as if it was a tennis ball only for Mika to catch it again and pile bunker him. It was a really confusing scene and I had to rewatch it to work out what had actually happened
>>13810875 >IBO they just don't seem to care that much about what they are doing. They just throw in lazy tropes that will snag some of the otaku masses, throw in a kid being hit to be "dark" and call it a day
They really pussy out when it comes to death. Like that kid from the first episode or that fucking massacre last week. Fucking show this stuff so that it leaves an impression on us.
They should have taken a 3 year break after Reco, got a solid team in place and then made IBO imho. Why rush this out? Clearly there is pressure on the staff to produce this because the quality has taken a nosedive. Fucking hell, we have the prequel, Thunderbolt and IBO wrapping up this year.....there is simply too much Gundam.
>>13810765 >>13810859 >SEED >passion When all your battles consist mainly of stock footage and when you fuck up so bad you have to redo the last episode you're either passionate about wanting it to suck or really fucking stupid.
>>13810900 >I don't think space really works with their whole solid weapons vibe I can do but you need someone who is proper precise with it. It is the sort of thing that calls for "realistic" physics, stuff like pieces breaking off and their speed carrying enough to kill
>even then the barbatos was jumping and flipping and twirling its mace too much. That is a big issue in general. It has next to no sense of scale or positioning. Especially with space fights you want good anchor points so you generally know who is commig from where, but in IBO it almost feels like when you enter a random battle in a RPG
>>13810901 >>13810909 It's cause it is baby tier dark. Just have a few big moments where someone gets hit. They don't actually write a narrative using it but have a big moment so that people on MAL can go omg big you guyz see what atra did best gurl so sad
>>13810903 What we know is that IBO was created back when the 00 movie was made. It sat on the shelf a long time. Why? We don't know. I personally feel that it aired the year Wing turned 20 for a reason. Wing was supposed to get something but the novel was dragging along so they had to put something else out. Kind of like Saint Seiya Omega and Digimon Xros Wars.
>>13810920 Let me use enthusiastic instead,Fukada handled SEED poorly, but you can tell his vision for it was grand just from the setting and lore created for it alone. However his ego caused him to produce what we got, but I still think he was very much excited about SEED.
>>13810920 Fukuda does have passion. He's shit but he cares about his work. He vehemently defends it stuff on Twitter and defended SEED Destiny for a long time. He eventually got worn down over the years in defending it though. His defense of Cross Ange got him a lot of shit on Twitter and he either deleted his Twitter or made it private.
>>13810950 My theory is with 00 success but coming to a close they meant to emulate the same thing. Development hell can happen for a lot of reasons but with other projects doing well they didn't have to worry really. But now gundam is doing pretty outside AGE and Try so they want to keep capitalising on that. Seeing as both failures were aimed young they may have decided teen + young adult was the place to go.
Problem is then no one cares about the project at that point, especially Okada who was working on upcoming shows. The studio is also likely a bit tired and when you lack a leader with passion in that situation no one is going to play their A game
>>13810946 We don't know how much Turn A sold back then since Oricon didn't release sales data until 2008, everything is really guesstimates and after 2008 re-release numbers. It very much failed when it was initially released but grew a much better reception as it went on which lead to higher sales but it was still dubbed a failure back then.
>>13810949 I cannot tell you how much this annoys me. >have the mc act cold hearted and kill a few guys Everyone goes "oh, he's sooooo cool and look how MATURE and DARK this show is!" >create a story that sets a dark tone by using subtle background events,politics,character developement and worldbuilding "this is so boring"
People don't understand stuff unless it's thrown in their face looking over this comment I realized I must sound like a reco fan
>>13810989 *8.06% 1993 ????!SD??????? (I'm assuming this is the original series of SD Gundam shorts, but I'm not sure) *6.60% 1985 Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam *6.12% 1986 Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (*6.1276%) *6.12% 2002 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED (*6.1240%) *5.41% 2004 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny *5.32% 1979 Mobile Suit Gundam *4.84% 2007 Mobile Suit Gundam OO *4.47% 2008 Mobile Suit Gundam OO 2nd season *4.25% 1995 New Mobile Report Gundam W *4.11% 1994 Mobile Fighter G Gundam *3.89% 1993 Mobile Suit Victory Gundam *3.10% 2000 G-SAVIOUR *2.99% 1999 Turn-A Gundam *2.75% 1996 After War Gundam X (Original timeslot *3.51%, changed timeslot *1.21%) *2.56% 2011 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE (First Generation *3.22%, Second Generation, *2.33% Third Generation, *2.25% Combined Generation 2.23%) *2.09% 2004 SD Gundam Force *2.05% 2010 SD Gundam Legend of the Three Kingdoms Brave Battle Warriors *1.80% 2014 Gundam Reconguista in G *1.64% 2013 Gundam Build Fighters *1.42% 2014 Gundam Build Fighters Try
Show would have been a lot of better if the fucking orphans acted like orphans. Numb to the pain, pissed off at the world, acted emo and weren't all cheery normal teens who weren't abused on a regular basis. Where is the torment of the psychological abuse of being forced to use the AVS or the fact that they are destined to be dead like rats. Seems like they are for the most part well adjusted kids. That pisses me off, I need some damn angst.
>>13810993 That's just how things are. I'm going to be an even bigger recofag and say a lot of viewers aren't very good at consuming media, they need this basic even if it is meant to be a metaphor someone has to explain it in show.
This is why you see lost of dumb posts on sites where it goes all "look at how smart the show is cause this character looked unhappy when someone said stuff. It is so deep and easy to miss" when that is basic story telling which should be expected
Mika is probably on the lower end of the MC kill count because of the lack of grunts but he shit a guy once so now he is so brutal.
>>13811001 Maybe. Zegapain also has a panel and we all know its for the long awaited 10th anniversary project they've been teasing for two years and the recently announced 2nd season of D.Grayman also had a panel before it was unveiled.
>>13811014 >Seems like they are for the most part well adjusted kids. This annoys the fuck out of me. Especially the little kids that act all happy and cheerful, those gremlins should be flinching any time and adult moves. Hell none of them are even injured. It's one time I wouldn't mind the writing being a bit edgy as it'd make sense in context
This also plays into how badly Kudelia was used. She can show how she is discounted from poor life but she should also show how discounted their lives are. The school scenes would have been perfect for this
>>13811009 While I agree that the MC's fight is pretty much over, there's still some stuff to do with the series.
>They only destroyed the gate >Rape Prince almost implied he could return >Could be a deep space journey to the enemy planet >Or a few years timeskip to validate continued fighting >Awakenings for the other rabbits
>>13811012 From all the interviews I've seen, Fukuda was stoked to be working on Gundam. His goal was to bring Gundam back to it's roots, to shows like Combattler V, but people reigned him in and explained Gundam had to be a war story.
Way I see it, he was a happy idiot propped up by the skills and talent of others. The lore was written by someone else and he ignores it when he can.
That is even worse. Child soldiers should be numb to the world and just do as they are told. They should have needed a lot of time to adjust to the outside world but nope they are just happy little campers going to space.
Orphans forced to do slave labour in the hot sun and potentially be blown up from land mines? Ya I think they should be a little more fucked up. How would you feel if you had no parents and could die on your job any time from an explosion? You should be cursing the world for your existence and hate the adults who force you into this. Jaded and bitter at how far they are from normality would have made sense.
Bingo and on point. The Kudelia scene teaching them how to write and contrasting that from their horrible upbringing would have been a lot better but no everyone is cheery and the world is filled with fucking rainbows.
>>13811012 >>13811055 He really just seems like a fanboy in over his head who wanted to make a Gundam anime his own way regardless of quality, it makes me wonder if Cross Ange was closer to his true vision of SEED before Bandai stepped in.
>>13811101 >Though I'm sure the gunpla line is doing great. I wouldn't be so sure. I've seen a decent amount of Barbatos and standard graze but not much else. I also don't think they'll do as well selling recolours to an older audiences as many of those will be displaying them so need to account for space and many will do customs so buy the cheaper versions.
Younger audiences will buy something cause it was cool on tv, but there are barely any battles and they look bad
>>13811157 The hype was real as big unexpected shit could happen, venus has spooky skeleton people. IBO has like like maybe one big moment an episode, usually at the end e.g. Fumi dies, mika x kudelia kiss, Gut's brother, space mafia show up
You really see this in the threads when an episode airs raw, we get like 2 or 3 pictures max
>>13811015 >That's just how things are. I'm going to be an even bigger recofag and say a lot of viewers aren't very good at consuming media, they need this basic even if it is meant to be a metaphor someone has to explain it in show.
the problem is that anime fans in general and mecha fans in particular are famously monomanaiacal in their interests
they only consume a very narrow band of world media, usually created by the same group of people in the same genre with the same tropes and same narrative failings
when was the last time you heard a gunota talk about a play they saw, or a poetry book they read, or a romance movie they watched? all they know is robots done by the same 8 directors under the same 4 production houses. They're so used to a very specific way a story is told that when something tries something new they don't know how to react, because its literally outside of every element of context they have for storytelling. they repeat the same generic, targetless complaints of "its bad" "lol quality" "so boring" because its something they can't codify inside their existing knowledge base and this fucking scares them.
IBO, G reco, et al all have significant things to complain about, like their treatment of women, questionable politics, and the like. But you know what? I can count on one hand I've seen those complaints on /m/, because the average poster is so utterly artistically illiterate that they literally cannot describe why they don't like something in their own words.
>>13811214 It's pretty telling that IBO was never able to maintain a general. Even though there were people who liked and like it never built up the same kind of mass support. Though this is due in part to IBO never really having a good meat to get into and discuss, the show is a puddle
And really it never did outside, it had a very small overly positive fanbase but it has been as much of a blip as [insert forgettable no name mech show]
I bashed G-Reco without watching it because I convinced myself it looked stupid and was just following the herd mentality of /m/.
Finished it today and it was a great series that is misunderstood. The concept of how it is hard to follow and the pacing problems are exaggerated imho.
I had to admit my sins on this board because I was treating people who genuinely liked the show like an ass. This is dead serious btw and not a troll. This is a series you need to give a chance and don't let its looks fool you. Anyone I offended I apologize and hope you have a good night.
>>13811412 Indeed. GBF had a pretty steady following here, we nearly got to 300 threads by the end iirc. That went so well that GBFT starting it back up was a natural, and for G-Reco, but where G-Reco's generals stayed pretty steady and generally chill, GBFT ones became the equivalent of everyone in that Zeon bar drowning their sorrows. Lot of disappointment and trolling and only the occasional fleck of hope.
>>13811654 >End of the episode where Sekai was going to fit Build Burning >He notices somebody outside >Stream goes wild because they think it's a returning character >Camera slowly pans over to reveal Shia >Some people think It's Aila and there is a mixed reaction. Tons of disappointment though >Next episode has Fumina show up and get extremely jealous
All hope for Fumina as a character died in that episode.
>>13811695 >All hope for Fumina as a character died in that episode. I thought it was an improvement. Once the tournament started Fumina became a complete non-character. She would outright disappear during battles after dropping off the parts without ever being shown getting shot down, she would just be gone.
After that she actually displayed some emotion again and actually did things during the battles.
>>13811389 It was pretty brutal too, not that many people died in G-Reco but whenever someone did it was kinda fucked up. Rockpie curled up in the fetal position even just before the beam hit his MS. One thing I liked about the show was the cockpit shots, some of them were kinda bad where it was just tilting or sliding around but in the 2nd half of the show the staff looked like they really nailed down what it's like to be in those things with it shaking, sounds of debris hitting the suit, reflections in helmet visors etc RIP Muscles-chan. Your gains will not be forgotten.
What we are seeing is gundam burnout again, just like in the 90s. Sunrise and Bandai have crammed new gundams in one after the other every year since AGE with OVAs on top of it. We're getting tired and bored of Gundam, the staff is getting tired and bored of Gundam, and Sunrise is stretching itself thin trying to pump out new series so quickly. So after Four(?) years of continuous Gundam with only a few months break in between we end up with IBO. It's dull, uninspired, even teh staff doesn't seem to care too much, and only gets as much attention as it does because it's gundam and has a big name lead writer who by the sound of it doesn't care too much about the series either and is busy with other projects.
And I wouldn't doubt that there is another gundam on the way next fall.
>>13811765 In the 90s they aired 4 consecutive Gundam TV series. In order of popularity they go 3>2>1>4 and the OVAs during and after the last one were both successful. Said third series is the 5th most popular Gundam series of all time after the first three and SEED.
I am actually pretty sure this theory is bullshit and people just didn't like X.
>>13811812 Saying SoL elements have no place in mecha is as bad as saying mecha series have to be about war So please stop posting and don't even think about returning until you've watched patlabor or something
Yes, lord forbid I like the only Patlabor entry that's anything resembling actual quality, and not something mediocre like the TV series. Also, the only fanbase on /m/ that are legitimate edgelords are Getterfags.
>>13813150 Don't get me wrong I'm not defending the show. It's just easy to see why they didn't maintain when they were plagued with shitposting when the show was actually having stuff going on causing everyone to give up and then has been in a completely stagnated state since they went to space. How long ago did they even go into space? Feels like they've been up there for over half the series.
>>13810270 He's saying that it's impossible to have exciting fights each episode like GBF. The intensity of the show will increase as they get closer to earth.
I guess this proves a couple of things. That the lack of fights are intentional and like a lot of people were saying, they hired Nagai and Okada to handle the character interactions since there is little mecha battles. The other thing is that the end goal is earth, once they get there, the show will likely be over. So there is still hope that there won't be an S2.
>>13810942 The nip sales wiki numbers are a little different
>>13813169 >The intensity of the show will increase as they get closer to earth. This just sounds like regular plot structure for a Gundam show. The show is ending its run, it's only natural there'd be more fights.
>>13813195 I think it will just end when they reach earth.
>>13813235 Even with 7k it's still in the top 30 anime of the year. People overestimate how much anime sells. Just like everything that was dissmised just as it was released it will slowly gain followers back. I think Tomino even prophesied that.
>>13813250 ANN is considered a reliable news source and will back their coverage over blogs or /m/ threads. ANN mistranslated an article? Wiki will still back what ANN says, and ANN is the only place that covered G-Reco.
ANN's coverage of G-Reco was tailored to fit the "it's a flop" narrative, with all of it's coverage cherrypicked? Urobuchi praised the show when it finished and was never covered, but Otaking dismissing it after a few episodes was. Show gets praised in one of Japan's largest papers and it doesn't get a mention. They never even updated the sales numbers after the error.
In the end, they tell their readers G-Reco was a flop hated by everyone while Cross Ange was successful enough that it could get a sequel. And wikipedia will parrot that.
>>13813336 Clickbait. If their readers (not to mention staff) don't like G-Reco, why would they cover good things about it (other than journalistic integrity)? But if they make it and Tomino look like failures, people will line up to laugh at their expense.
>>13813345 >If their readers (not to mention staff) don't like G-Reco, why would they cover good things about it That kind of creates a chicken or the egg problem. Also depends do they want clickbait that readers agree with or disagree with.
>>13813348 This makes sense but is also a bit of a conspiracy theory
>>13813336 They mistranslated a piece about Tomino and Attack on Titan, so I guess they want to follow up on the controversy by saying his latest show flopped horribly and was so bad he apologized for it.
>>13811207 This is one hundred percent true. Mecha fans in general are monumentally sheltered as a result of concentrating on a medium where visual impact takes precedence over everything else. With nothing to compare it to but other mecha with the same failings you get people falling over themselves defending content rather than technique. For a lot of actual human beings out there, IBO involving child soldiers makes it deep, mature, and gritty, regardless of how they're actually handled. It doesn't even enter into the discussion.
>>13811765 The Origin has been doing extremely well through, and before that was the enormous success of Unicorn. If Banrise isn't retarded then they'll see (or will have already seen) the writing on the wall and will make more UC OVAs and ONAs like Thunderbolt, which they already stated was an experiment to see how a Gundam ONA would go.
>>13814592 >>13814629 >IBO is done >Similar sales and viewing figure to Greco if not lower >ANN still tries to claim it is way more successful than other recent gundams I am calling it. I also bet they'll try and do a bringing gundam to the west better than other series, despite other ones not getting a dub recently apart from Origin
>>13815716 Is this about that review ANN gave it that literally consisted of two paragraphs? > Regild Century — Reconguista in G
> What it is: Humanity has entered a time of universal peace based on an anti-tech religion. One young man decides to pilot a mobile suit of mysterious origin, and changes his life forever.
> Worth Watching? No.
> Why: The storytelling is so confusing, it may take the entire series for you to figure out what's going on. Allegiances are constantly swapped, and nobody seems to have a clear motive for their actions. This feels like the sequel to a story that doesn't exist.
Cause like it or not, that counts as a review and is good enough for the reception section by wiki standards.
She also recommended against watching the following
IGLOO - Not required viewing ZZ - "Poorly received due to the way it converts the dark drama of Zeta into hollow comedy in an effort to lighten the mood. Not available in outside of Japan, so it isn't a problem. " F91 - Poor pacing Victory - Doesn't fit into UC because we never heard about Zanscare before or after. Not related to Early UC G-Savior - Bad pacing and plot Wing - Poor pacing and weak plot. Endless Waltz gets a no because you need to see Wing first Destiny: To dark and too light. No balance as the show is very inconsistent in tone. Stargazer: Irrelevant and not available in the West. 00 - Confusing, unlikable characters and Deus Ex Machina plot points. AGE - Didn't benefit from a game-like story.
>>13816003 ANN thought the first episode of IBO was confusing.
> Iron-Blooded Orphans has a lot of moving parts, but it's only deceptively complex; this episode starts out confusing (due to the relatively haphazard way they introduce all the various factions and the sizable cast) but as it goes on it all becomes very clear". - Zac Bertschy
>>13816111 >Viewers are in for a real treat, as Gundam Seed is not only hands down the best of the alternative timelines, but stands as one of the best Gundam titles period. Not nowadays.
> Gundam Seed
> What it is: One young Coordinator chooses to ally himself with Earth instead of space. Follows the formula set up in Gundam Wing in which five attractive pilots generate a female audience.
> Worth Watching? Maybe.
> Why: SEED has many similarities to the original Mobile Suit Gundam, while bringing modern pacing to the table. However, it suffers from wooden dialogue and a failure to surpass the original. On the other hand, it boasts some of the best music in Gundam.
>The limited edition Blu-ray debuted 15th on the Oricon chart, with 3,864 units sold during the first week. The second volume of the Blu-ray debuted 4th on the Oricon chart, with 7,322 units sold in the first week. Fucking outdated.
>>13815698 >There is no such thing as "inaccurate information" when you are quoting the opinions of a reviewer from a reliable source. Your edit was a clear attempt to scrub reviews you didn't agree with. What a faggot
There should be an ultimate pastebin/graphic explaining all the details of how G-Reco isn't a critical and financial failure and how ANN pushed a false narrative, complete with what they mistranslated and what they didn't report on.
>>13819342 >more than the build burning or build strike >the actual "serious" gundam sold more than a kit rehash made for the non-super-srs SHONEN gundam which constantly is more like a gundam homage combined with a toy commercial Well fucking duh. That doesn't mean that IBO is actually received WELL. That just means that it's doing better than the bottom-of-the-barrel action show that technically is a love letter to the franchise fans without actually working very hard production-wise.
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