Why make an anime from a unpopular and bad source material?
If it sells, it's neither bad nor impopular and thus it means you have a safe avenue for your adaptation and a guaranteed return on investment.
this is what marketing faggotrons actually believe
Have you gotten your tickets for April 7th?
Why is Megumin so shit? She ruined the whole episode!
>its been nearly 10 years since Lucky Star started airing
How do we fix this series?
>Series became this shit
>Somebody still believes that it can be fixed
Nah, just let it go.
There are your GJbu, Love Lab, Mikakunin, Plastic Memories, Nozaki-kun and Umaru second seasons, guys.
Only Mikakunin and on a different note, Nozaki-kun was as good or better than New Game. GJ-bu was super comfy, but pretty low key, Umaru is sway worse in every aspect, Love Lab is just plain shit with the shotacon shittery, Plastic Memories is plain bad.
Nice decision to be completely earnestly honest.
/a/ seriously my mind is blown; she's CHUUNI. That's what she is. This just occured to me.
No waifu in 2017 has topped her yet.
Well, it's kind of hard to top the best girl of all time.
What the fuck happened?
If dullahans are so amazing, why hasn't NASA captured Machi yet and dissected her to figure out the mechanism behind her neck's function?
Non Non Biyori is the greatest SoL anime ever made.
Have you ever cried while watching anime? This scene nearly brought me to tears...
>constantly MVPs for their dysfunctional household
>friends with everyone
>more powerful than all the girls combined but doesn't let it go to her head
>humble as fuck
Broke my heart when she offered to go without a proper meal.
Plus, she's the biggest advocate for the best ending.
HAREM WEDDING How can To Love-Ru even compete
What the fuck was his problem?
Why is abridged Kaiba such a badass?