What did you think of Mawaru Penguindrum?
The whole terrorism bullshit was forced and unnecessary, they went full yandere.. I lost interest around ep 16, but it didn't feel right to drop it so I forced myself to finish.. it gets so cringy and painful to watch.
Apparently, there are many ShoumaxRingo non-h doujins but they're all untranslated.
Momoka is Rigno's magical sister who holds the spelll to change fate. Sanetoshi is a terrorist that tried to destroy everything, but Momoka half stopped him at the cost of her life. Now he's a ghost who wants to ruin everyone's life again.
every shot of an apple, the teddy bear, that large ass statue building, random ass gyroscopes, the two bunny kids, the chisels, ping pong balls, etc. These are just things I saw in one episode alone so over like 26 episodes there's a bunch of objects put there just to look deep when their meaning is pretty superficial. They do have some meaning though, but the importance to these objects is way too high for what it's made to be.
It was great. Been meaning to rewatch it since Yuri Kuma started. (I'm liking Bears too but I'm not nearly as invested in it as I was in MPD when it was airing.)
Maybe some of those objects, but thhe significance of the apple was huge. Pretty much all those things you mentioned tied to the story of the man trying to cure his tree which was all being re-enacted by the family
One of my all time favorites
Gave me a waifu
Taught me how to make curry
>The apple was the single most powerful motif in the show for life
The single most powerful thing in this show was my dick when that loli (can't even remember her fucking name) walked down the platforms stripping.
actually i just said that as a precaution.
it's very close to perfect.
This. This was my only problem with it.
Why did Kanba turn out to be such a faggot?
>wacky in the beginning
>good production values
>got a lot out of the story
it's very damn near close to perfect.
as in, i got everything i could ask for in a show like this.
Are there people on /a/ who seriously believe Penguindrum was even close to perfect?
I think it's more 'well thought out' in the sense that it didn't have the change in focus that Penguindrum did because of Fukushima, but for a smaller, less ambitious project it is still really well made and interesting. However, because of its shorter length, Ikuhara completely skipped out on trying to develop the cast and went for a straight abstract approach not unlike Adolescence Mokushiroku, so some people dislike it in that regard.
I was just responding to a question, what is there a need to elaborate on?
A bit messy at times, flashbacks and cliff-hangers were overused, the Ringo arc is great a bit too long. But overall it was awesome.
I hope you fags watched Night on the Galactic Railroad after watching Penguindrum.
Spotting all the imagery Penguindrum borrowed will see you lose the bowl control.
I want to be stalked and raped by Ringo.
Yes. There's even a Nanami episode.
dunno about the film, but the book was fairly interesting
I won't argue the book but the film had an overblown amount of Christfag shit, some absolutely unbearable characters for the sake of pushing Christfag shit (that guardian for the 2 children) and some sketchy laying out of characters.
Out of all the points you try to argue this?
Did you actually watch it? Or did you fall asleep and wake up near the end? I wouldn't blame you for that, it was mostly boring although it had some interesting segments.
I seriously have to ask how long ago you watched this film.
wouldn't say it's outright terrible but it wasn't amazing either. The animation and setting was really nice but the story and the characters rather boring. Still a decent watch