ITT: Anime you like even though it sucks/could have done better.
Pretty much. They keep trying. They never give up despite the hate. That's commitment.
Fucking episode 4, which was the best episode too
>rahxephon, eureka, darker than black, FMA
hits me pretty fucking hard. bones keeps tryin'
If only they could make good seasons 2, jesus they would be the fucking best
Season 1 is fantastic. Must see. Season is so disliked people pretend it doesn't exist. OVAS are neat though.
Tough competition against Zone for me for worst "twist" ever.
I actually don't mind the dog twist that much. It's silly, but not show ruining. Plot-wise, Fudo being Apollonius was worse.
Overall with EVOL, I loved the first half enough that I can say I liked the show on average. It was mostly Mikono that brought things down, the show was very salvageable.
>I never heard anything positive
You must be kidding.
I wish I could see this show as it was planned instead of what we got after the earthquake
It was worth it.
kyoukai no kanata
just needed more humanized antagonists instead of smoke and mirrors imo
fighting your own nature is a rather shallow concept
decent content just spread too thin, especially so in eureka
if brotherhood then doing it right
>chinese electric batman
season 2 should have been a movie and the actual season 2 should have been about the main characters of season 1
i figured season 2 would actually be a chase of hei since at the end of season 1 his powers were made clearer. The idea of him being able to give contractor abilities would make him extremely desirable
Little girl shows filled with plot holes and convenient plot progression like, Precure, Aikatsu or Jewel Pet. None of them have anything resembling a coherent story when put under scrutiny, but that isn't the point.
This but only season one. Harbinger and Titan were literally the only good parts of S2.
>Plot-wise, Fudo being Apollonius was worse.
I would've been okay with that had they hinted at it, not outright state it, like they do.
I liked Fudo just being the mysterious mentor who knew more than he let on.
I actually thought the first season of SEED was all right for the most part. Still has some asspulls like the Aegis explosion and Kira once he gets the freedom but I feel like it's unfair how often it just gets lumped together with GSD and collectively called shit.