What do you think is the best studio to animate Yotsubato?
I think Yotsuba anime by SHAFT would be awesome.
Whichever did Azumanga Daioh. And if Azuma Kiyohiko gets so anal-pained over direction then why doesn't he ask to have over-sight/input like many other mangakas whose works get turned into anime e.g. ARIA.
>Yotsuba is already moeshit
Shitposting this hard is a bannable offense.
>Not mother fucking Dogakobo
SHAFT have one good SoL franchise, and seeing as modern SHAFT is 'make everything look so much like monogatari that we can actually recycle shots from it'.
If you want to give it to a studio just because they make good SoL it'd be kyoani, but I'd say JC Staff would be best
SHAFT does great reaction faces, which a Yotsuba adaptation would benefit from, but I don't think the overall SHAFT style would suit it. Dogakobo would be my pick, or maybe Silver Link.
Too bad the author doesn't think it would work as an adaptation.
>Not choosing silver link as best SoL studio.
Wow /a/non, I didn't know you're really this bad at choosing the best studio
>they did a great job on Barakamon
I don't think you could call it a great job. It's pretty decent, but hey, they skipped a lot of the manga. I hope they only did this to introduce the characters, but if they keep this fast pace, I think the adaptation will be a little below my expectations.
but it is still good
Gainax actually. One of the things that Yotsuba is great is presenting a very real feeling world, the backgrounds and setting all feel they have weight. Having very grounded worlds is one of Gainax's best traits and one of the main things that Shaft absolutely fails at all the time.
Dogakobo, Silver Link, and Gokumi are really the only choices.
Shaft fucks things up with their cinematography bullshit that only really works for SZS/Arakawa/Monogatari.
Gainax, while great at SoL, are lacking nowadays.
JC staff a shit.
Also, for everyone spewing "moeshit"
>using moeshit as an actual term seriously
Kyoani would be the best choice by far. They have only done shitty inbred LN adaptations after Hyouka, but that doesn't change the fact that their past adaptations were both loyal to the original works and had excellent production values. After seeing how they adaptated Nichijou, they shouldn't have any problems making Yotsubato.
I just meant some in general, they're always good for a laugh.
The only ones i can remember off the top of my head are the Yotsuba newspaper with pics of Fuuka and the death to america ones.
>K-on is shit
Well I have a bunch, though I deleted most of the full-chapter ones as they weren't funny. Only two chapters I kept were the casual orgy and sushi bar.
>Wanting Yotsubato to be animated
Some things just don't work that way. It'd be like Calvin and Hobbes having a cartoon adaptation. It just wouldn't work.
Not him, but Yotsubato chapters usually cover a single event happening on a single day, and they are relatively short. Making an anime would require you to either pad the shit out of them or combine multiple chapters.
Hell, even Azuma said that an anime adaptation would have to screw up the pacing.
>turn shit LN into shit anime
I have to say they did a pretty good job with adapting source material if you ask me.
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Also, Yotsuba doesn't need an anime. It needs more chapters.
And more Asagi
I would be super conflicted if they adapted it. On the one hand the animation quality would be excellent and the elder sisters would be sexualized to all hell.
On the other hand... you know what, actually? There is no other hand. Silver Link would do a top notch job.
SHAFT if they put their A-team on it. The B and theoretical C teams produce bland shit. They're good at character designs, and producing crazy awesome visuals, but crazy entropy is limited.
Otherwise Dogakobo or TYO (formerly HAL).
Currently right now just a lot of dicking around, living off royalties of the Manga volumes and various licensing stuff (Amazon Japan. etc.)
I agree he needs to get back on the horse/bicycle, him doing this last year was excusable because it was Yotsuba&!'s 10th anniversary, but now that's over & he should've resumed a (somewhat) normal release schedule.
>Making an anime would require you to either pad the shit out of them or combine multiple chapters.
Or making shorts rather than full lenght episodes.
I still think that it's fine for Yotsuba not getting an anime, but that one if the last of the issues.
>KyoAni would probably do the best job, considering how well they adapted Nichijou's visual style
After Nichijou I was reading some old chapters and I got reminded of Nichijou, there was one moment when I thought:"I can see it as it was animated by Kyoani".
So 9 people actually know what the fuck they're talking about.