Plastic Memories thread
>Original creator: Naotaka Hayashi (Steins;Gate)
>Original character design: okiura (Infinite Stratos)
>Studio: Dogakobo (Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun, Love Lab)
>OP: Eri Sasaki, ED: Asami Imai
>Seiyuu: Sora Amamiya, Chinatsu Akasaki, Megumi Toyoguchi, Sumire Uesaka
>This story takes place in a future not too far away when androids that look exactly like humans begin to spread across the world. The android production company SA Corp. produced Giftia, a new kind of android that has the most amount of emotion and human-like qualities out of any other model ever seen. However, due to problems in technology, the androids have a service life, and once they pass that, they... Well, it gets pretty bad. For this reason, SA Corp. creates a terminal service in order to retrieve Giftia that have gone past their service life. A new employee at the terminal service named Tsukasa Mizugaki forms a team with the Giftia Isla to retrieve the other androids, but...
The first thought in my head:
Hell yea, another Eve no Jikan or Kowarekake no Orgel!
Second thought in my head:
I'm going to be horribly disappointed and go into depression for a week over this, aren't I?
I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time... like tears in rain...
Time to die.
>drama without action
drop it like it's hot
I would never have been interested if not for Naotaka. It looks like the usual moe anime with a slight touch of drama we've seen hundred times over, fuck that. And fucking Okiura, fuck you. And cakes and tea, of course.
Why hasn't she noticed that she has a banana peel on her head.
More like she was in a minor accident and simply forgot it was there.
There is no high school, he goes to work there after graduating high school, summary also says he went to work there after he failed his college entrance exam.
>all anime looks the same
How is that low power level working for you
>still spouting AnH's rotoscoping so fanny!! xD may may
It's a fine artistic piece if you actually take the time to sit down and watch it.
I'd even say that it's better than manga in terms of artistic merit and it cuts off right when the manga starts to go to shit.
Stop following the hivemind and for your own opinions.
>Stop following the hivemind and for your own opinions.
That is my own opinion, dumbass. I was even looking forward to it back when the only sort of preview we had was the key visual of the flower and a PV with the backgrounds.
Episode 1 was atrocious. That thing doesn't even deserve to be called an anime, it's a traced-over j-drama. Like hell I'd watch any further than that.