>haruhi s3 will never, EVER, happen in your lifetime
>just because of one faggot that doesn't care about haruhi anymore to the point that he would take some shitty part time job rather than making a shitload of money by writing the damn novel
What would happen to the series if he suddenly died?
>stop writing the books
>let fans spend decades clamouring for the next one, all the while still speculating over the things that are left uncertain (read: all the things)
>resume writing them
>make 20x the money just because they had to wait so long everyone buys a copy on release day
Sounds like a man with a plan to me.
I don't think it changed anime. But it was a new concept. Seriously, name another series with the exact same premise, about a girl who's a god and doesn't know it, in high school, PRE-haruhi.
It has great worldbuilding, likeable characters, and cool sci-fi elements.
If you don't like it, I assume you don't like fun.
Who cares, that hack couldn't even write his own main character. Remember the ski lodge mystery story where after they get locked in Haruhi spends most of the novel in her room doing nothing because he couldn't figure out how to include her in the story without annoying everyone with her bitchiness?
While the main supporting characters, alien, and time travel shenanigans were interesting Haruhis god powers were shit
her personality was pure shit also. If the writer didn't suck too much to write a bitchy yet sweet character that would've been different.. For starters they turned her into a may sue who was good at everything but not being anti social. Then there's the fact that a girl Haruhis age and with Haruhis personality would be almost guaranteed to destroy the universe over something trivial; "KYAAAA! A zit on my nose!!" *God powers activate subconsciously and destroy the current universe plus a few dozen others because she can't stop focusing on the fact she a zit and keeps creating universes everyone knows about it.*
>But the S.O.S. Brigade would save
Please, the S.O.S. Brigade wouldn't stand a chance.
When Tanigawa eventually releases the next book
(which he will right?), would it even warrant an S3 anymore? In all likelihood, it'll be the last book in the series, and it going to sell like crazy regardless of where or not an anime is produced, so I'm guessing the answer is no.
Who even cares about S3 at this point anyway? Most people gave up hope for it a long time ago. I just want the series to come to a proper close and finally be done with it.
>true heroine is Nagato
really? where'd you get that from?
Don't get me wrong, I think she's a better character than Haruhi, but isn't Haruhi always the center of attention both in the story and 11-land?
The anime was awful
>she appears more in the novels than any other character except kyon
>is better written
>author actually cared to develop her character
>is the only one to be told by Kyon that he cares for her
Actually Haruhi was taking care of Nagato in that story. And her subconscious powers wouldn't activate for a fly. And she isn't antisocial in the LNs after the anime, maybe slightly excentric but she's closer to a normie than an anon. Basically everything you said is wrong.
>haruhi will never try to appeal to your love for ponytails just to try and make you happy
I heard he stopped writing the novels because he never expected the series to get so popular and when it did, it put a lot of pressure on him to please the fans, so he shut down. Is that right?
Well yeah, that's why (at least for me and some other people) the novels afterwards feel like they're just padding towards something major but never really go anywhere storywise
That's just what an anon said. The supposed "he ran out of ideas" "he wrote himself in a corner" is a meme too, in an interview he said he had the storyline but that it took him time to write it
A month and a week left for him to announce the next book.
If nothing happens the dream will be over.
>mfw taaki has mroe chance of getting a S2 than Haruhi S3 happening.
>haruhi s3 will never
And nothing of value is lost.