>you will never have a group of best friends who share the same dream and help each other in hard times
Based Nabe P.
SHE WAS SO CLOSE. Fuck, I really wanted her to make it.
Maybe the VA they went with will get caught in some scandal and they'll have to go with Zuka. I don't care how contrived of a reason there is, I just want her to be relevant.
Oh god, I wasn't expecting them to react this badly, it just made things worse.
Ema got past her hurdle by getting some sound advice from a veteran co-worker, getting herself together and putting everything into it.
She came through because she put in the work and earned her success.
Then she failed again, even worse. Then she got some sound advice from a veteran mentor, got herself together and put everything into it once more.
And you know what happened? She failed.
Like, even if they pull a "the lead girl dropped out and you're he backup" garbage, it'll still feel like a sour victory because she still wasn't good enough, and would've only gotten through by pure luck and the crooning of an autistic manchild.
Like I can see it happening. Their 1st choice for the role drops out, the 2nd choice scores one of the other roles she was waiting to hear back for and can't do it, and Zuka gets in as '3rd choice', better than nothing. And it'll feel like shit because she was just a loser that got lucky. She couldn't even own her success, couldn't be proud of it.
Fuck, I'm upset.
Read it again, that's what anon's whole problem is. Even if she gets the role, she will get to work on Third Aerial with everyone, but it'll be a secondhand victory that she didn't get on her own merits. Despite all her earnestness, her best didn't match up, and circumstance making it happen still demonstrates that she was third-string.
>having a fun night at the bar to celebrate working together an anime just like they always dreamed
>big fat fucking failure Zuka-chan shits all over the festivities with her latest big fat fucking failure and kills the mood
It might be a sour victory, but if she's smart then she can use it as a chance to get her name out there and get more roles. That's the big reason why people don't want to invest in her yet, because she hasn't done shit, it'll be less of a problem when she has something to work with.
>secondhand victory that she didn't get on her own merits
Allow me to rebut: welcome to reality. It's all dumb luck, and being able to take advantage of it when you get it. Life is shitty that way.
In a show about work life being shitty, it's not surprising to see them yet again demonstrate that work life is shitty.
WT has most fucked up pacing of all recent shows.
But it's understandable - manga didn't even reach 100 chapters, they started to work on anime ~year ago. So they had like 30 chapters to work on,
but 50 episodes is too much.
She's the second choice, they already like her fairly well. After finally getting a big role it will boost her confidence. She was already pretty confident during the audition.
I can't deal with this. I want earnest, hardworking people to succeed, and Zuka moreso than most. She's supporting herself, got through the training, she's even part of an agency, and it's just this last hurdle that's proving to be too much. Fuck.
I still want her to get the role, but it'll dig into the back of my mind that she wasn't even in the top two picks.
>yfw the first role of Zuka-chan will be in a shit adaptation,and nobody will give her a role again.
The keenness, would employ.
This is like the weakest bullying I've seen since the fall season started.
It's like all the real bullies came through and did their thing, and you probably read about it all on the archive and thought "hey wow those guys seem so cool!" so you decided to try and imitate them like the fat kid at school trying to imitate his older brother.
This is like the "fatty fat fatcakes, neener neener neener" of bullying. Apply yourself next time.
Luck is always a factor for acting. Every actor and actress have to wait on their big break to show off their talents. There's nothing wrong with getting lucky. What matters is whether she was able to capitalize on the chance and make the most of it.
I'm reminded of Rokujyouma, which had an all newbie cast and ended up being the best-acted show of the season. Not a singe one of the VA's that carried the show have gotten work since.
It's when you find indirect ways to express hostility or disapproval while explicitly avoiding being overt or confrontational.
For example: a person who gives a loud and exasperated sigh whenever someone around them does something they don't like, but when asked what's the matter, just responds "oh nothing" with a fake smile.
I honestly can't see rolling girls doing well. It will probably end up one of those gem shows that never sells what it deserves and will be forever relegated to 'that one show that aired alongside kancolle'
Well, you know, Merry-san wasn't a promising start...
>We'll probably never hear Cosplay again though
You're right and I hate it
I could see the director pulling some shit where he insists they go with Zuka instead. I don't see them having her exist just to sit there and serve drinks between a couple auditions. She'll have to be relevant somehow and the longer the wait, the sweeter the victory will be.
For about 20 seconds, then it got old.
It's still one of her best roles
Come on Houbunsha, give Merry a proper adaptation already ;_;
She's the HanaKana of the Kancolle genre.
I don't watch or play KanColle, but here's my guess:
KanColle was planned as a small shitty browsergame and they didn't expect it to become so huge. The creators didn't have much money to work with so they could only hire a few VAs for the many shipgirls.
Now it's popular and the anime staff wanted to go with the same VAs as the game, leading to some VAs voicing 8 or more shipgirls.
Kancolle cheaped out on Seiyuu and found one really cheap one with so much range she could voice multiple characters convincingly without it obviously being the same person. Given the format of the game, it wasn't really thought that it'd ever be an issue
Then it exploded and now she does 1-woman drama cd's and voices more than half the cast of an anime.
>yfw Aoi usurps Musani and renames it DONUTS
Oh hey, there's Kotori
You can't be fucking serious, being director is suffering.
Basically investors. Companies that put money into the project in order to gain exclusive rights to distribute certain material, like merchandise, or music. Their money helps fund the project's budget, and in return they get to use the IP for their own business.
The one guy was a rep from a gameshop franchise, and he wanted sexy seiyuus because he intended to use the IP in ads for his stores, which would include events where seiyuus come and perform like minor-league idols and sign autographs. He wanted the cast to be pretty so they'd be more enticing in person.
The music guy wanted singer seiyuu so his studio could make character songs and other supplementary material that they could sell.
And then she lost
I wan't to punch this fucking faggot's teeth right into his brain.
>this is how they chose your waifu's VA
how does this make you feel?
RIP only sympathetic girl from that one show
Makes me glad my waifu doesn't have an anime or official voice.
I wanted to punch that "let's choose by popularity"-guy. Sadly that's probably how VAs for a lot of shows are actually chosen.
Yes, yes! Thirty seconds later, fuck everything. ;_;
They hired this glasses fucker instead of hiring Idepon-Miyamori's eternal rival?
Nabe-P fucked up big time.
Save us Ghibli Girl
There's something uniquely sad and pathetic about this resume.
What was his point?