What do y'all /a/nons think of this masterpiece? Also Shiki appreciation?
>The epilogue where she comes to the conclusion his life is more lonely than hers was
Posting best Shiki in a Shiki thread.
I actually quite liked it, though it was pretty jarring at first. I was pleased when the nighttime backstreets came back, though. While the "blazing sunlight" aesthetic made a change, it didn't really feel right.
That's a funny way to say best taste. Everyone knows Shiki doesn't have enough personality to hold KnK by herself with Mikiya being there.
Touko is just a better character and Joji Nakata's voice is always the best character in everything he's in.
>I think that all the movies together culminate to make a truly enjoyable show IMO.
The horribly uneven level of the individual films degrades the whole series as a whole, you mean.
not enough character interaction, kill the bad guys too quickly, unsatisfying combats mostly.
>fujino happy out of nowhere on the last episode
that's not how life works
If Ryougi and Nanaya have sex, how long would it be?
How crazy/wild would it be?
Think about it, they're both monsters in the sack
Fuck, I'm getting a boner thinking about it
No more material and Nasu has other projects to work on. KnK is pretty much finished anyway. Any more material wouldn't have any reason to exist.
Well, maybe we'll have more Shiki in future Melty games
which is never
It got really boring as it progressed through the series
Also, I do appreciate Shiki because he the best
Paradox Spiral > Serial Killer Super LSD: Speed Weed Edition > Mana does stuff I don't even remember > Incest Shit Imouto Adventures > all of the the other forgettable ones > 「 」 talks shit for half an hour or so
i remember when kara no kyoukai was my own special thing that i found that nobody else on the internet had watched, now you people are trying to rob me of that feeling.
stop talking about my favorite show please
KnK was seen as a risky project because it was a 7 movie adaptation of a shitty novel Nasu wrote long before Type-Moon got incredibly popular. The trick was to do it faithfully so that fans would be satisfied, and with a high production budget and using modern animation techniques which aren't commonly used. Very experimental. It turned out to be a huge success, so there's no surprise that Aniplex would make Ufotable the first-choice partner when they decided to do another high budget adaptation of a Type-Moon related novel.
Will they ever release anything new for the show or is it donerino? I mean I know its relatively old but still...
By a mile.
She repressed herself her entire life and was never open about how she truly felt, and finally got to vent for a bit through Shiki and Mikiya. Of course she'd be happy.
Shiki is precious
but Mikiya is better