TRIGGER's new anime short is out, has subtitles
>From the makers of Poor Man's TTGL comes Poor Man's P&S
What is this garbage and where the fuck is my second episode of cute wizard girls doing cute things?
You know I said it in the other thread but this is really where this belongs.
This seems more like classic Imaishi, then a rebuttal to MEMEME.
Because it's made by a bunch of westaboo.
Huge Marvel fans at least, Flash Thompson Venom was inspiration for Inferno Cop and Tsumugu's designs apparently.
Most people who don't follow comics don't even know what House of M is.
Glad to see we're finally having an impact on our Japanese animes.
>Se chan gets creampied within the first few minutes
i was not ready for this
It remind me of a movie I just saw, where the director was just messing around for the sake of fun.
>>T-Pazolite in the music credits
FUCK YEAH /JP/
Yes they can, Kill la Kill,Ninja Slayer and Little Witch Academia are all westerboo pandering bullshit while the one thing they did do to appeal to Japan's taste, Inou battle flopped like a fish because they can't adapt a harem novel properly. If you like Trigger after all of this you simply are a casual.
It's more that Imaishi is a great director and knows how to time things really well.
His art style doesn't seem commercial enough for them to risk this art style on anything other then things like this, much to my disappointment
It does nothing for me in Firefox, and works in Chrome for like two minutes before suddenly acting as though the movie's finished. It just stops.
I grabbed the video file just fine though, so at least that works. Either way if so many people have problems with it across multiple browsers you can't just say "lol yer PC must be a toaster m8"
The adaptation wasn't even bad. But that abrupt original end was disappointing.
vagina juices? thats cum dripping out of se chan's pussy
How a dog is the son of a T-Rex, we will never know.
All the tracks have full-version.
>The songs will be released on an upcoming album, details to follow.
>I got to work with them as a collaboration between the label Attack the Music and the studio.
The entire show was basically a music video ad for Attack the Music.
There was another music video short but it was so boring and forgettable I don't care
Man, Anno's attempt at "showcasing the future of animation" is just a bunch of mediocre shorts full of CGI and commercialization
Is this the future Anno sees for anime?
>Episode theme: People have different sets of values.
I fucking love you so much, Imaishi. You magnificent motherfucking bastard.
So what's everyone's analysis on this?
I think sex chan is supposed to represent the average waifu in anime. She's just there to look pretty and for casuals to fap to. She literally has no substance other than sex appeal.
I think the dog(their original client) is supposed to represent the typical viewer. He literally came for the sex, and has money (to buy BDs and shit)
The shark mafia boss(the dog's father) is the enabler. He provides the financial backing for the client and completely ignores whether or not the stuff is good or bad for his son. You can tell he's pretty flippant about it because he almost gives money to the detective? agency.
The shark girl, is a "real" woman. She's the one who makes the sensible statement. "You killed everyone for a sex doll."
I can't fully pinpoint the male detectives in this analogy though.
> I wish normal anime was this unafraid of censorship.