okay, so whats so special about the melancholy of haruhi suzumiya? its not even a good anime.
best anime ever mad
The characters are interesting.
The chemistry between Kyon and Haruhi.
The overall story is intruging.
How much of a plebeian do you have to be to not like Haruhi?
Kyon. There aren't many anime characters like him.
Yuki is unnaturally silent and emotionless girl that actually has reason behind being like that.
Whole "wanting sci-fi to be real" in nicely done.
Haruhi's behavior can be fun and interesting if you're not annoyed by it.
S1 and S2 aren't much different from the movie. Just more diluted.
It gave me a fetish for bunnysuits.
You cannot imagine how hard I get
You know realize the bunnysuit is copyrighted and your waifu will never wear it for you.
I just realized I posted an image in a sequence that is highly relevant to my answer.
I can hotglue her figure any time I want so it doesn't really matter
I can dump a folder of her if you want
It also lets the watcher have multiple interpretations, and a big part of it has interesting metaphorical values
That's probably because S1 had stories from different LNs and a long story from the first LN while the movie was the adaptation of a single long story.
S1 lays the foundations and foreshadows the sequel, the movie take the best from this and makes it even more awesome
Last edited one.
Maybe someone can edit rest of them?
The show itself was meh, but the Disappearance was fanfuckingtastic. I still watch that movie once every December.
The Disappearance is also one of the only shows I'll actively put on the dub for Unpopular opinions
Kimidori. If a S3 was created, she'd probably have a bigger fanbase.
Is Kyon the Holden Caulfield of anime?
Assakura is only ax-crazy anime girl I really like.
Haruhi is either acquired taste or love at first sight. Just..obey and like her.
Do people like this shit?
The sci-fi bits are good but they're here to develop the characters, especially Haruhi (closed spaces, celestials, reality bending powers, etc)
But yeah I wish we got to see ESPers wars and shit like that. There's more sci-fi and conflicts between factions in the next LNs though. Especially the scenes where Kyon meets Fujiwara, Kuyoh and Tachibana, shit's so tense.
I had to take a break because Dissociation is pretty hard
>aliens fucking shit up
>knife is back
>Fujiwara, who did nothing before that, starts the bullying
>even the other, "safe" timeline feels pretty melancholic with the
new members recruitment
Yeah most likely. Actual spoiler
Koizumi is a pretty fucking good liar.
How many novels are there that haven't been adapted? Is it worthwhile to read them all?
There ain't too many pics of her outside the ones we posted
Novels 5 to 11. They're pretty good, it may be a bit hard to get into it without Sugita's God tier voice acting and Kyoani's visuals but there's some great characterization and developments (especially for Kyon, Haruhi and Nagato). It's easily on par with S1 and S2, and movie-tier a few times.
>Yeah most likely. Actual spoiler Koizumi is a pretty fucking good liar.
Anon pls. You time travelers are much more distrusting than the superior ESPers. Atleast we humans from this timeplane have information aboit eachother; we don't know about a time traveler's background and/or capabilities so you're much more dangerous to the stability of reality.
i don't get it. the show is full of meaningless "filler" episodes, like that strategy-spaceship-game episode, that crime-film-island episode or that school festival.. its just a bad anime, i'm sorry. yeah i like haruhi as a character too, but the anime itself is stupid
>strategy-spaceship-game episode, that crime-film-island episode or that school festival
You didn't understand anything at all did you?
It's also a comedy/SOL so there's no reason to expect drama/sci-fi all the time.
The spaceship-game episode had some great OSTs/visuals and served to develop Nagato's character before Disappearance. It's also pretty fun.
The mysterious island episode develops Haruhi and Kyon's relationship, showing how much they trust each other. It also introduces the Tamako brothers and the maid, employees of the agencies, who come back later.
The school festival is probably the most significant episode for Haruhi's character. It's my favorite.
oh, there was no story as a whole, thats why the anime is bad i guess.
but keep calling me retarded, it just shows me that you're butthurt that someone tells you why babbys first anime is bad.
>Day of Sagittarius
Nagato becomes more familiar with human pass-times and begins to open her doors for sociability, thus her becoming more human over time
Was planned by Koizumi in hopes of decreasing Celestial spawnings that were continuously happening because of her boredom. Also developed relationship between Kyon/Haruhi. Many other things as well including character development, introduced possible members of the Agency, etc.
I'm not even going to explain this one. If you didn't find the connection between this and the story, you need to fix your shit up.
funny how you both didnt care to elaborate the school festival episode.
maybe because its nothing more than fanservice because of muhh god knows?
just admit that it has no deeper meaning.
but the song was nice, i'll admit that.
It shows that despite the borderline sociopathic behavior in Sigh, she's becoming a less self-centered person. Not to mention it acting as the epilogue of the Sigh arc if you watch both seasons in chronological order.
And of course, it's the first and only appearance of sliders in the anime, the only group of supernatural things from Haruhi's speech on the first day that didn't have a representative in the SOS Brigade.
Remember, Haruhi is not dead. God is.
It's also a big step for Haruhi and Kyon's relationship. Just look at that smile. And if you look at the lyrics of the songs, they reference previous events of the series and most likely give an insight of Haruhi's mind and the way she deals with all of that.