So is this before or after Guilty Crown?
>That disappointed look on Seisa's face when her phone got turned off
Oh she wants it all right.
When is she going to stop being so fucking boring
What is with this anime, Its not particularly good, but its so charming, Eruna is so charming and crazy I cant drop this.
Also fight scene was good, enjoyed watching Eruna kick some ass shooting her spirit gun everywhere.
By that standard, Fabulous Max should only work when the fabulous is at absolute maximum.
This is one of my favorite shows of all time, fuck the haters
I want to love this series so much, being a fan of the original, but those battle sequences are atrocious... I rarely ever let artstyle bug me but this is just way too much:
The action looks good though, this show has had some talented animators handling a number of the action sequences so far. Sure the drawings are rough in some cuts, but it looks cool in motion.
>Every lesbian is Kanako
There's nothing wrong with my colors
I have never seen /a/ this conflicted over a main character.
I think we should settle this with some sort of Unreal Tournament match.
The fact that she is so outrageously gay is one of the reasons why I like her.
>Tried to touch Himi
>Didn't try to touch Katai
Eruna > Otone > Himi > Seisa
Meido > *
>Male character runs around groping girls and trying to peek at their panties
>ECCHI ECCHI I HATE YOU!!!!
>Female character runs around groping girls and trying to peek at their panties
>Oh Eruna you're so silly! Lets join the cultural club together and be best friends
But how do you fight an opponent who gets a one-hit KO ability once you bring them down to one crystal?
The oujo-sama managed it by breaking all three at once (or maybe the last two, I don't remember), but that doesn't sound like a feasible method for everyone.
Eruna continues to be great.
The show continues to be innofensive fun.
Fighy scenes continue to be "different" (at least it wasn't as bad as the head deformities in EP 3)
I'm glad we dealt quickly with Yuto's Oedipus complex and edge
Well, Eruna the main reason, but I enjoy the other characters too. The new loli is exceptionally adorable and cool, I hope we will get more of her.
For as much as people put down the shitty off model art (and yes, it does go extremely off model a lot) I feel like what's going unnoticed is that the direction of the fight scenes is purposely making them much more difficult to be animated. Instead of the standing "zoom to close up right as punch is thrown" we instead see it all zoomed out enough to where the full body needs to move in order to dodge.
It's honestly rather incredible considering the undoubtedly low-scale budget that this show has.
It's interesting, but it isn't doing them any favors. Reminds me of Yuushibu.
I think of it as kind of like a low-budget movie doing long one-shot fight scenes without any cuts. It's impressive, but it looks worse.
Has purple's character song been released? I really want to hear more of singing Chiyo.
I can see how some people would say it looks worse. For me, I'd rather have ample animation that's off model at times than beautiful looking stills with standard animation-shortcut battles which are dime a dozen these days.
If anything I'm happy the staff went with that style here, as it really does go well with Eruna's endless genki. Tournament will be fun to watch.
The MC is a bit too hyperactive for Shaft-style time-wasting, probably.
Most of the fights, in terms of sticking on-model, look completely horrible, but the point of those scenes isn't to look at the faces. Close-ups and face shots tend to be animation shortcuts anyway, and I've already watched enough of Dragonball to not want any more of the "character shows focus on face and then the attack lands a few seconds later" thing.
Kind of reminds me of YZQ. It works well enough for me to not care too much. Eruna is carrying the show right now though, so hopefully we get to see just a bit more of everyone else.
You're not. Most of the characters are pretty interesting, particularly Seisa with her apparently brutal backstory. Eruna is great on her own, but it's her interactions with all these solid inviduals that really make her shine.