Wow, this was total shit. You were right /a/.
You're total shit! You probably thought SAO was a masterpiece, didn't you? Bad taste, anon. Bad taste.
You don't make any sense. You might be a casual if you like shit shows, but what really matters is that you had fun watching the show. I'm not gonna slog through 8 hours of shit just because some psuedo-intellectual reviewer on /a/ said it was good. I'll watch it if I think it's good. Three episode rule, man.
I quite liked Hyouka, and so did lots of people while it was airing.
Lots of people liked Hyouka for what it was, people who shit on it just can't handle what it is - young adult everyday mystery with great animation
threads were fun
Keep trying anon i'll keep biting
This is literally one of the only times I will respect someone who disagrees with me on /a/. Slow paced slice of life isn't for everyone, and others, like me, have it as their favorite genre. shut the fuck up and deal with it.
This is probably bait but, how'd you not like Hyouka?
Oreki let best boy walk away. Oreki a shit.
I liked it but the ending left my balls so blue they were outside of the visible light spectrum.
Here, read this.
It depends on how you interpret the scene. It was a well-crafted romantic bit of narrative. Chitanda doesn't talk about her herself with everyone but she's talking about her burden and ties to the land. For a brief moment, Houtarou wanted to share that with her. He also understood Satoshi's fear of falling in love. If you think about it they went really far, but it's a long time before they jump into bed.
Thanks for giving me an excuse to post this
Any time someone says they don't like Mushishi I instantly know their taste is terrible and that their opinions are irrelevant.
Any time someone says they don't like Hyouka I instantly know they aren't tools obsessed with vapid shipping and flashy visuals.
I'm going to fire some shots and say there were deeper and more clearly explored themes in Hyouka than Mushishi
And I like both
And I'll even try to be pseudo-intellectual and pick the most obvious one: the idea of a rose-coloured high school life