Kumiko would make a great date.
I would definitely propose.
Her type of personality is the kind I dont do well with.
Is Kumiko a tsundere? She is very tsun toward the one male that has romantic feelings for her and in the LN
the entirety of /u/ gets blown the fuck out.
/u/ blown the fuck out
That week was incredible.
They get together in the LN, but the interview in question was discussing the anime. The anime itself is acknowledged to be a separate canon all together.
>Hanada: If we were to depict that and make a good anime, we’d have to set it up like his childhood friend doesn’t recognize his feelings and that would make Kumiko into a thickheaded girl. While that may be good for comedy, it’s not good for Euphonium.
>Hanada: In the anime, they’re not lovers, so the nuance of them sharing thoughts as musicians is very strong.
Now THIS is denial. It's going to go exactly according to the LN.
pounded into her pillowby Shuuichiwill be animated.
Kumiko is in love with Shuuichi in the novels. It is explicitly said that she isn't in love with him in the anime. How is that not a separate canon?
It's going exactly the same already. She started off being cold toward him and then warmed up.
Her feelings for him are developing at a pace just like the in the LN. You're in some deep denial.
The head screenwriter explicitly says that Kumiko isn't in love with Shuuichi in the anime. In the novels, Kumiko was in love with Shuichi from the beginning and was just being a tsundere.
Google is now targeting me with Kumiko look alikes in their ads.
what about "yet" don't you understand.
in the novel kumiko's complex about shuu works because she has unresolved romantic feelings and anger towards shuu.
the anime kept this and didn't downplay kumiko's mixed feelings for him.
i don't know why it's so hard for you idiots to get that.
there's also the fact that reina blatantly likes the sensei.
Not only are you in denial but you're one dense idiot.
The interview you keep using as proof is nothing, just because "they're not lovers" doesn't mean they will never be lovers.
This insufferable discussion about things that aren't a part of the anime like novels or interviews. This enormous delusion that KyoAni will ever take the risk of confirming any couple, hetero or homo, and alienating half the audience. It's like it's airing again. Makes me want to puke
Well, if you're a lesbian, you'd of course date her. And if you're a straight guy, you don't give a shit about her being a lesbian if she's dating you out of her free will anyway.
delete your post.
Shuuichi has even less of presence in the second and third novels. Unless they start adding anime-original scenes to build up their relationship, their relationship won't change. And it's unlikely that, after changing/removing some of Kumiko and Shuichi's scenes together, they're going add new ones in the second season. Not to mention that Hanada states that they didn't want to push the push the whole "shoujo manga romance" but they suddenly will in the second season?
>there's also the fact that reina blatantly likes the sensei.
I'm not talking about Kumiko and Reina's relationship. They're not in love and they won't end up together. I'm just talking about what's likely going to happen based on their interviews.
The movie will have a few new scenes right? Maybe there will be some Kumiko / Shuuichi moments.
I just know i'd get this from her
and i'd love it
He was barely a secondary character in Market. There was absolutely no romance between him and Tamako in the original series.
Kumiko and Shuichi getting some scenes in the recap movie or during S2 isn't too far fetched considering they actually get together in the novel, and KyoAni doesn't really butchers source material that isn't theirs.
Yeah, there was no romance in the series, that's why we got a sequel with it. The Hibike movie is not a sequel, they're not going to introduce new plotpoints other than maybe at the end add something to transition to S2 like they did with Chuu2. The writer for the Hibike anime said multiple times and in a variety of different ways that there is no romance between Kumiko and Shuichi in the anime, he flat out said it explicitly like that. He even says that his character was pushed further back in the anime, they're not going to suddenly bring him out to light in the recap. If anything, they'll only keep him around because he was there in episode 12 when Kumiko is crying at the bridge. If it weren't for that scene, Shuichi could be cut out completely of the recap. They're not gonna do it, but they're not going to give him new relevance either.
it's already been provided here >>138683175
And like I said, they won't be removing Shuichi completely from the recap because his camaraderie with Kumiko does play a part on her development, and the few scenes he got were basically the bare minimum to have him be a believable support for Kumiko. But there's zero romance and like hell they'll add it in the recap. And yes, like you said, and I said already, it's stupid to compare a recap to a sequel, but I wasn't the one who brought TLS up.
>Hanada: In the anime, they’re not lovers, so the nuance of them sharing thoughts as musicians is very strong. It carries that feeling of “settle down, do what you plan to, and everything will go well for you.”
>Not a single KyoAni show with both 'main' male and female casts
Just like how not a single KyoAni show has had a female MC with a male that's interested in her. Besides, what's your point? Are you saying that their other stories should dictate the ending of this one? Are you comparing a competition drama with harems, romcoms, and straight up romance shows? Read the interviews, you'll see how they're handling Shuichi and you'll know why I'm so sure they will not give him a romance in the movie. First of all, find me promotional art for the movie that even features him.
So you're just moving goalposts then. Read the chain reply and see how this whole conversation started when a guy said the movie may have more Kumiko/Shuichi moments. Even you were talking about the movie here >>138688530 up until this very convenient moment.
>The writer for the Hibike anime said multiple times and in a variety of different ways that there is no romance between Kumiko and Shuichi in the anime, he flat out said it explicitly like that.
>provides the same tired link of some blogger
It really isn't.
>>provides the same tired link of some blogger
It's a translation of the interview, fucker. If you don't trust him, go read the original, it will say the damn same thing.
At any rate, if you want to talk about S2, there's no point. You've got the novel on your side, I've got the anime's scriptwriter on mine. It's anyone's guess if they're going to continue with the mood they already set for the anime or if they'll follow the novel. Anything any of us say about this is pure speculation and completely worthless. About the recap, it's a sure thing that Shuichi won't get more romance. Not only for the reasons I already mentioned, but because if there's extra material it'll likely be a short scene at the beginning or the end of the movie like they did with their other recaps for Chuu2 and KnK, which were used just as transition for the sequel, or as an alternative introduction to the story.
I just watched Haikyuu and I thought it was great, it got my heart racing and my stomach turning because I played volleyball in high school so I could relate. If I, who had no previous experience with concert bands before watching Hibike!, was able to enjoy it so much and still get nervous when the competition got going, I can't imagine how good it must have been for those who have been there before. I guess Hibike! really is a sports anime after all.
If they don't want Kumiko and Shuuichi to end up together in the anime, then what was the whole point of that Hazuki OVA?
If it wasn't an interlude into their romantic development, then what is it? Are they going to go anime original and have Shuuichi end up with Hazuki?
Shuu is going to be the one plowing Kumiko.
>Don't want to alienate their yuri fanbase.
But they outright confirmed that the girls aren't lesbians and that it's a story about their friendship and not romance. And they kept Reina's love for Taki. Why would yuri fanbase still stick to this? Even if Shuuichi gets the Isshiki treatment in season two and gets raped by Knuckles-senpai in the locker room this still won't be yuri.
Because it is yuri. Actions speak louder than words and just because someone paints a picture of a pipe and says it's not a pipe, doesn't mean I'm not looking at a pipe.
Playing devil's advocate here, btw.
Splendid I'll make the dinner reservations
>How can you say it's romantic if they don't fuck?
The two confession of love scenes were obviously directed with the intention to give off romantic vibes, but other than that, everything else requires yuri goggles to be seen as yuri. Just look at last episode. Girls playfully nudging each other on the bus? A girl tying other girl's hair? Girls holding hands during an emotional scene when they're announcing results? You have to literally be a Mugino to consider these romantic.
It's because those scenes are combined with the confession scenes that make them seem gay.
I'm honestly not sure how someone can write the confession scenes and think "This is just adolescence"
I would never date a blanket that dirty.
Do you even realize how many other sluts that blanket has covered up?
Guys can we please ignore romantic subplots for like one thread please?
>for like one thread
How have you missed all the threads dedicated to rare Kumikos?
>not knowing best Hibike
I know this is a joke, but still.
Went to KyoAni shop today. Got myself some beautiful keyframes from episode 1 and 2.
Damn, I wish I could get some of those posters.
Dude I am like, tripping balls right now!
Of course, and quite a bit of those. Chuuni, Free, Kyoukai, the popular stuff. The sad thing is that Haruhi has completely disappeared. The only thing that was left was a dvd of Disappearance that comes with a towel
So she was being honest all along and Hazuki is forcing her with Shoe. Hadzuki a shit.
That scene's from the novel, however, where Kumiko actually is in love with Shoe, rather obviously so from the reader's perspective. So in the original she was being astute. In the anime, she's being a pill.
>Kumiko will never feed you valentine's chocolate
One thing that really shows how well directed the anime is, is the Hazuki special. In the anime we get to experience Kumiko's perspective. There were a couple of comments made of how her personality was awful and how distant she was. In Hazuki's episode/perspective we can see how she is in fact very reserved in public, always with a poker face. Hazuki is very perceptive so this scene in particular makes more sense after watching that episode.
It can't be helped, the Kumiko market has crashed irreversibly and all of your octopus hair girl are now literally worthless since everyone's has them already. The only thing left are to find Kumikos outside of the show and no one's doing that.
Hazuki is the first one to realize Shuichi likes Kumiko.
Hazuki is the first one to realize Kumiko wants to ditch them for Reina.
Hazuki is the first one to realize Kumiko might have feelings for Shuichi.