Your favorite music album is now an anime, and its song titles are now episode titles.
Tell me about the resulting series.
2D requiem for a dream
It's set on a farm, with the vicious dogs, ruling pigs, and the sheep under both of them, who eventually rise up and kill the dogs. It also opens and ends with a softer tone than the rest of the series.
This just screams Bones material.
2. Life Or Life Like
3. Death To Our Enemies
4. Why We're Better Now
6. My Masked Lust
7. In Light Of Recent News
8. Sloppy Drunk
9. Perfect For The Plan
10. Tragic Times
12. Broadway & Hurst
Various tales/stories in a "heavy metal" (1981) sorta fashion.
>"The Frost-Giant's Daughter"
>"How Heavy This Axe"
>"Fire Lances of the Ancient Hyperzephyrians"
>"To Take the Black"
>"Maiden, Mother & Crone"
>"Under the Boughs"
>"The Black River"
>"The White Sea"
>Untitled (Instrumental hidden track)
Someone help me out here.
It'd be kind of experimental, with lengthy passages without words. It would also balance heaviness and delicacy with a lot of creativity.
>One More Red Nightmare
Crazy desert adventures by SHAFT.
Metropolis pt.2 Scenes from a memory. Story follows Nicholas as he learns about his past life.
It'd be pretty fucking metal. Also dark.
Children of the Grave
Lord of This World
Into the Void
My favorite album is already partially anime.
>>Vagabonds of the Western World
The epic adventure of a young hero seeking to overthrow a cruel tyrant.
>>Mama Nature Said
The young hero resents the oppression of the tyrant. People try to calm him down and not attract trouble with appeals to nature, 'that's just the way things are' - but he doesn't think that's the way they should be
>>The Hero and the Madman
With a rebel yell the hero attacks the tyrant's fortress but his efforts are a complete disaster as the population refuses to rise with him. The hero barely escapes with his life.
The hero wanders the wilderness in misery and depression, lamenting the tyrant's regime but feeling powerless
Escaping to the untamed far frontiers, the hero begins to start making a name for himself again
>>Vagabond of the Western World
The hero starts to lose sight of his ultimate objective, becoming preoccupied in carving out and dominating his own wilderness kingdom for its own sake rather than mustering a force of justice against the tyrant.
>>Little Girl in Bloom
The hero rediscovers love and over his courtship he recovers his purpose.
>>Gonna Creep Up on You
The tyrant has long dismissed this irrelevant pipsqueak, but a restored hero begins organising and setting plans in motion to finally throw out the oppressor.
>>A Song for While I'm Away
The hero sets off to cross back over the lands he abandoned to confront the Tyrant. His love frets at the horizon. Will he return with his shield or on it? Buy the BDs and you'll get a Season 2 to find out.
Shaft will have a hell of a time with this.
2. "Last Living Souls"
3. "Kids with Guns"
4. "O' Green World"
5. "Dirty Harry"
6. "Feel Good Inc."
7. "El Mañana"
8. "Every Planet We Reach Is Dead"
9. "November Has Come"
10. "All Alone"
11. "White Light"
13. "Fire Coming Out of the Monkey's Head"
14. "Don't Get Lost in Heaven"
15. "Demon Days"
Huh. I'm thinking post apocalypse mixed with space travel. Real surreal and depressing.
Making a quick modification here, this is now a movie series instead
The plot is about the Hindu creation and destruction myth
I don't have a favorite, but I listened to this last. It would be an upbeat dramatic SOL that tries not to be a SOL and gets away with it. Would probably be fairly unconventional as well.
The Octafish episode would be great
I'm not sure how such a series based on this would come together, so I'll just go with what my dream show based on it would be.
>MC is a down-on-his-luck guy in a big van traveling across America in an unspecified time period
>He's on a road trip to California for unexplained reasons and is really not in a hurry (strongly implied he's going to find an old GF that may or may not want to see him)
>Everywhere he goes, he finds himself in the middle of a sticky situation and winds up reluctantly or accidentally helping people out
>People keep inviting themselves along and he can't bring himself to say no.
>Final crew includes: 18-year-old reverse trap runaway (not his type), hot 30-something waitress (not interested in MC), young vagabond guy who keeps trying to pick up girls (in reality is only 16), cool african-american musician
>Wacky hijinks ensue as they travel the country getting into trouble, staying at cheap motels, and eating at lots of 24-hour diners
>In the 3rd-to last episode, the MC's past catches up to him when the truck driver Big Joe finds the MC and challenges him to a race, to the death
1. Opening Intro
2. Emotional Weather Report
3. On a Foggy Night
4. Eggs and Sausage (in a Cadillac with Susan Michelson)
5. Better Off Without a Wife
6. Nighthawk Postcards (From Easy Street)
7. Warm Beer and Cold Women
8. Putnam County
9. Spare Parts I (A Nocturnal Emission)
11. Big Joe and Phantom 309
12. Spare Parts II and Closing
I think it just ends up being Macross 7.
>Last episode is the title of the anime
Damn I love listening to cute loli music. Makes me really feel like a weeb.
It will be crazy to see it.
01 Are You What You Want to Be_
02 Ask Yourself
03 Coming of Age
05 Pseudologia Fantastica
06 The Angelic Welcome of Mr. Jones
07 Best Friend
08 A Beginner's Guide to Destroying the Moon
09 Goats in Trees
10 The Truth
11 Fire Escape
Mogwai's Young Team.
1. Yes! I am a long way from home..
2. Like Herod
4. Radar Maker
7. With Portfolio
8. R U Still In 2 it?
9. A Cheery Wave From Stranded Youngsters.
10. Mogwai Fear Satan.
I have no fucking clue what it would be about. Off the top of my head, a somewhat melancholic, though ultimately cheery story about a group of young people who slowly wake up from stasis on a near derelict space craft.
Age of shit
3. Soul blues
4. Broken Dreams
5. Beyond the horizon
6. Stupid beauty
8. I will be at the bar
9. Between your legs
10. Take your weapons
11. Rock and Roll of Barrabás
12. This is for you
13. Losers in the rain
Sounds fucking great.
Drama with war, sex, drugs and Rock and Roll.