>Yuki's anime is huge success
>At the end of the last episode second season is announced
Your face when that happens?
Believe it or not. We live in times when even anime spin-off can have a huge success
I'm fine with it, if it means that we will get animated Sasaki.
>Yfw they announce S3 of haruhi exactly one season after the initial runtime of Yuki-chan.
>Yfw everyone is disappointed at the end of Yuki-chan because no S3 was announced.
>Yfw /a/ goes batshit insane because s3 of haruhi wasn't announced immediately after yuki got done airing in order to ruse everyone - and instead was announce +1 season after just to shock everyone
Seriously, that is what's gonna happen. You fucking watch. Kyoani knows how to get people hyped.
They're gonna pull a double ruse, with something like "Oh h-hey, yeah...here's some yuki chan. No? Not good enough? well, sorry anon...maybe next time....AHHH JUST KIDDING FAGGOT HERE'S SOME S3" tier trolling
No each frame was by KyoAni.
There are a few frames still out there that completely finish the video in a much smoother way, and in theory I believe they'll be released at the end of Yuki-chan finale, where the video ends in a Haruhi S3 announcement
The embodiment of Yukifags' tears after Disappearance.
Read the manga as well, it's not THAT big a piece of shit...I'd consider myself a Yuki fag, but I was also really very much against this portrayal of Yuki, which is so far out of character. I didn't like her in the movie, but I loved movie version Haruhi. I read the manga, and it grew on me a bit, but mostly for the shennanigans between Tsuruya and Asakura, and Haruhi as well. At least that's going to be a hell of a lot of fun to watch animated. Also I was pleased that there's minimal Mikuru being moe. Yuki is tolerable, I guess, more tolerable in the manga than in the movie imo. We'll just have to wait and see how it gets adapted. If nothing else, I'll just be glad to see these characters on the screen again.
>Also I was pleased that there's minimal Mikuru being moe.
That's probably because Yuki took her role as main moeblob of series, thus Mikuru has nothing much to do except being bullying target for Haruhi or Tsuruya.
>Haruhi forcing out a huge shit.wbm
>Yuki is tolerable, I guess, more tolerable in the manga than in the movie
What are you talking about? Movie Yuki was hardly out of character. She was EXACTLY how I'd imaging Nagato if she awoke one day with emotions. Chan Yuki is way out of character. She doesn't even like books!
There was that one point where she forgot who she was, THAT part was good.
>She doesn't even like books!
What are you talking about? Did you ever read it?
If Yuki-chan got an S2 instead of an S3 for the main series I'd probably delete my rips of the series from my HDD, burn the LNs I own, throw my Yuki figures in the garbage, delete all my Haruhi screenshots and reaction images and try to forget the series ever existed because S3 is never coming.
>Did you ever read it?
What are you, an idiot?! That's the version of her that was hit by a car that I spoke about! The version of her that I said was good.
>Movie Yuki was hardly out of character
She was out of character from the original Yuki. And yeah, she is SUPPOSED to be out of character since the world got changed and all, but for me and I'm sure for many Yukifags, her emotionless demeanor is what makes her special and often cute. Her lack of emotional expression is what makes those occasional moments where her true feelings come through so much cuter.
According to wikipedia:
When he joins the organization committee for the joint Kouyouen-North High festival, Kyon is reunited with Sasaki, an old friend from middle school. Their renewed friendship draws a confession out of Sasaki that could change everything! A romantic challenger has appeared!!
Have I missed something? When did Sasaki ever appear?
I think you mean pic related.
I really enjoy reading and tried to read them, but to be honest, they were godawful. There's something in them, the way they are written. Kyoanus direction makes them look much smarter and funnier, on the paper they are just very autistic scifi. I really, really want to read them, but it's hard as hell.
I'm already near the end of the 6th volume, I wanted to ask it because lot of chapter is :
- 1st part Kyon monologue
- something happens
- Kyon monologue again
- Yuki/Mikuru/Koizumi do something
- It was Haruhi's fault
- Kyon monologue
Even the Kyon monologue supposed to be the best part, is the same thing again and again
Well, if you don't like it, drop it. I don't see what's wrong with Kyon's monologues or the plot though, it's the same as in S1 and S2. SOS Brigade shenanigans, shit happens, shit's resolved with one character usually getting development, conclusion.
What was she hiding?
I didn't see much of a difference, except the OSTs. Kyoani added a few anecdotes and details but the LN has more Kyon monologues. The characters also get more development than in S1 and 2.
Yeah, LN6 has the most short stories. The melancholy of Mikuru Asahina is foreshadowing for LN7 and to make you understand that Future Mikuru can't really be trusted and Love at first sight is Nagato character development but the rest is either already animated or a side story.
Snowy Mountain Syndrome was important though.
Thank you, gonna read Snowy Mountain Syndrome then The Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina
And probably the last question, is the vol 7 only one story(continuation of Mikuru Asahina) or filled with short stories?
Although as that other guy said, the ending to Vol 7 was very strong. I fucking loved it. Any time anyone says Suzumiya Haruhi isn't a nice person, I'd quote them the end of that book.
Haruhi has less screentime after her big arc (Melancholy), it focus more on other brigade members. But her apparitions have more strength. That Kyon monologue about her having changed, in Vol 8, was moving.
For those who know, the official books or the fan-translations?
I was reading the books at home and the fan-trans at work (on my phone), and I just felt like the official books did a better job not being confusing, yet I wonder if that's due to some liberal amounts of localization.
What makes Kyon's monologues great for me is how based he is. He's a very logical thinker but he can make his train of thought interesting. He's an extension of the reader's voice and it makes it easier to get immersed in the atmosphere of the story. You have to imagine it with Sugita's voice for maximum effectiveness though.
For the directing, well, I guess my mind made up for it. Having seen the anime before probably helps.
Cheerleader Haruhi right after winning the big game.
None. I'm not allowed.
I want Haruhi-sama to cuck me with niggers, stamp on my prick dick and shit on my face.
Another thing that makes them more powerful is the very construction of the novels. Big flashy events sometimes happen but in the end they don't amount much compared to other seemingly trivial events once you understand what they mean. And Kyon is helping the reader to connect the dots while also being his own character and presenting his own view on the situation. Haruhi's evolution is touching especially because we get to see it from Kyon's point of view and to see how the way he perceives her evolves too.
Check out this screenshot from Live Alive, the background. Detail like this I tend to notice after a few viewings, and I must say I am impressed.
She wouldn't be a romantic challenger at all if it was the main story.
The latest edition of the Disappearance of Yuki Nagato evidently. You know, the manga this whole thread is about.
ENOZ and Haruhi is in the background as well, bunny ears.
>it can't be better than in the main series.
The stuff that Haruhi found out in the book, like the way she reacted to Sasaki and Nagato's love letter were both priceless.
Hey Kyon we need to talk to you.. Why are you hanging with this bitch, Sasaki? Listen.. I don't want to. Oh, Haruhi's there. Oh hey Haruhi. Well, Sasaki, we're going to this cafe so go somewhere else. For the whole day if it's possible, I don't want to meet you again.
First of all I doubt that Yuki-chan anime goes so far to introduce Sasaki. At least not in the first season. And if by any chance we get second season, then Sasaki is simply introduced as Kyon's childhood friend and new love rival for Yuki. You won't be lost, but you simply don't recognize her as familiar character.
Volume 6 is from chapter 40 to chapter 49.
Most chapters are not fan-translated.
For those who wept during this scene, Yuki-chan series was made.
This and the ending of Endless Eight are my favorite scenes of the series. Both have such beautiful voice acting, directing, music and symbolism. They both embody everything that was great about the Haruhi anime.