>Oi will never lure you with promises of donuts and kidnap you
How was it possible for the director to be so based in one episode.
>Chilling with the hot Seiyus.
>Manning up and finding a solution to the episode
>Flying around like an airplane.
>Fighting his way up the tall building to meet the boss reminded me of the final scene in Cowboy Bebop.
>Helping the writer finish the story
Xebec is know, around here at least, for its HEALTHY character designs. I don't know about them ever changing the designs from a source material blatantly, but they definitely tend towards series with meatier characters.
Marry me, Oi
Tarou x Aoi OTP
For 22 episodes I actually really enjoyed Zuka suffering and wanted it to continue
But Oi-chan's reaction this episode was just so touching, I cried to. Well done Zuka
>one episode left
>yfw Oi-chan's getting her revenge in the OVA
The Triage X designs are a complete 180 from the original designs, where the girls were extremely fit and athletic.
I don't have any comparisons on hand or anything, but I'm not a fan. Went from one type of appeal to something very different.
>that Nabe P working in the shadows to help the director
That scene was pure gold. That whole episode was pure fucking gold.
Musani is not P.A. works.
>Production I.G (株式会社プロダクション・アイジー Kabushiki-gaisha Purodakushon Ai Jī?) is a Japanese anime studio and production enterprise, founded on December 15, 1987 by Mitsuhisa Ishikawa and headquartered in Musashino, Tokyo, Japan.
>headquartered in Musashino
Also, I.G. started out as a subdivision of Tatsunoko which is an old school studio that made children anime like Andes Chucky.
Why is Oi-chan so gosh darn cute?
When the tourism board approaches PA about making anime to upsell a certain region, I wonder what sort of meetings are had where they settle on something like making an anime about making an anime set in Musashino.
The leap there just seems drastic.
I would watch an entire series with the director being the protagonist living in an alternate dimension with super-powers like in his imagination.
>In a not so distant dystopian future, an overweight Japanese cowboy born in the wrong era and hemisphere fights against the repression of a dark gray world ruled by corporations and bureaucratic autocracy. An artist at heart and hopeless romantic, it dies not take long for the mechanizations to take notice. He is then kidnapped by a blonde contract assassin with a love for donuts and is executed by the riverside upon the grassy slopes. Falling into the moonlight, he is granted power from the five forces of nature. As heavy as a mountain, moving lightly as the wind, with the power and grace of flowing rivers and crashing tides, a heart fueled with the fury of an inferno but with the tender caress of gentle sunshine, and the limitless of the great void. Being reborn as a man free of chains, he shows the world the true meaning of happiness and love. Winning in the only option as his enemies feel the impact of his fist.
Yes... That would be an excellent feel-good series to watch.
But it literally just happened.
So, is Musani the depiction of Production I.G? I thought Masao Maruyama was the source for Musani Pro, who is the founder of MAPPA.
I am still confused who depicts who, I figured that PA works self-inserted themselves in to Shirobako.
You know, the way everything wrapped up nicely for everyone in half an episode was kind of disappointing and predictable. But kudos for them for doing it in the most comical way possible.
And just like that a new best girl was born.
With Aoi at Tarou's side being happy for her husband and friend
Best girl is just fine. The cow died is all.
Best girl is still alive.
You realize her sister has freckles too, right?
This was a long time coming though. They'd built up that there was going to be an issue with Nogames confirmations, and the setup made it clear that proper communication would solve things.
I'd perhaps say the contents of this episode could have been split into two (one for initially dealing with the need to redo the episode and then finally confronting Nogame, one for working on the fixes agreed on with Nogame and then giving more time to the fact Zuka got a role), but ultimately this delivered it well regardless.