New Space Patrol Luluco key visuals.
Thoughts? What are you expecting? Will Trigger save anime again?
I'm really excited. I'm a big Imaishi fan and the characters and setting look like a lot of fun. Being a short series we shouldn't have to worry about the production missteps we saw in Kill la Kill; hopefully it'll be smooth sailing.
Not bad. I was expecting Inferno Cop, but Kill La Kill is fine too.
Looks cute and cool, might give a wa-
Is that fucking Tengen Toppa Inferno Cop?
This looks like more of what we (or at least I) hoped for from Trigger after KLK, only it looks like it'll have even less animation than KLK.
Why oh why couldn't things be the other way around with Kiz being the shoehorned crap and this being a full length with effort put into it. Sounds/looks much more fun than Kiz.
Green alien gril is same voice as Nonon by the way.
It's about the scope of it. Frankly this doesn't look like it needs sakuga out of the ass to be effective. It looks fun and charming. It's a light short length series, a few highlights here and there and consistency should be enough.
Will it be as good as hackadoll?
Maybe if it's your first anime.
The jokes were extremely generic and previsible, and the few that were good had a bad pacing.
The only thing that made this anime watchable was that, unlike Kill la Kill, it only consisted in one cour of 10min episodes.
But Luluco is 7min, so there's still hope.
>being color blind in the year of our lord
Maybe it was 2hayai4them.
Then I'm genuinely curious to know why you consider Somera to be the only one in that list better than Hackadoll.
>board to discuss anime
>not allowed to discuss anime
At this point, honestly, I couldn't give less of a fuck whatever slide animation Trigger puts out anymore. Just keep the characters on-model with the stuff happening interesting, and I'll probably be able to bear with it.
It looks cute, so here's hoping to one that's not shit.
>It's the story of an ordinary girl working on the not so ordinary space patrol, growing-up and experiencing first love.
>It's an ordinary story with a non-ordinary way of telling the story.
>It's a bright and cheerful work that I hope people enjoy with a light heart.
>It's just a normal anime with a normal theme
>I love chief OverJustice. Can't say spoilers, but I love him.
>It's a completely ordinary show, so please watch it. You won't be disappointed so look forward to it.
I think Amemiya is hiding something.
>It's an unusual work in which Imaishi's typical slapstick comedy and action scenes co-exist with a delicate middle school girl's first love.
>The "first love" element is the core of the story and we've made sure all the elements, from music to colors to overall look, match it.
>It's just a normal anime with a normal theme
Isn't that supposed to be obvious? Or did you seriously mistake me for some omniscient god?
Sure, I get this. But what's the point of trying to start a discussion if you just state the obvious?
Why? Like I said, isn't that already obvious enough?
I noticed that telling people "it's just your opinion" is a very american thing, are you american perchance?
(not trying to be condescent, just curious why americans make such a big deal out of it)
It's just a meme from Big Lebowski, a "cult american movie". And since movies are the main point of american """culture""", they use it as much as they can, to show off.
>Somewhat reminiscent of Panty and Stocking's artstyle
>Inferno Cop giant space station
I'm so fucking glad this exists, now I won't be completely disappointed with Trigger because of Kiznaiver.
Nice arguments here, you sure showed me.
It's the conclusion I've come to after all these years spent on 4chan and more generally the internet. Given my post was very /int/friendly, it's genuinely what I believe.
Now if you want to argue about it, I'm listening.
>script: Mari Okada
Don't get your hopes up, anon.
woah, I didn't now I was dealing with a 4chan expert here.
Not consciously at least.
But like >>138784928 I've also noticed it's a very american thing and there just happen to be a cult movie with such a cult expression in american culture.
Once again, I'm not arguing I've uncovered an objective truth but it's not just some random
And where exactly didi I imply I was one?
The first guy was obviously trying to bait some (You) by saying watching OPM = reddit.
please share more of your 4chan data sempai
I was thinking more of a snowball effect: some people really liked the movie and posted the expression online in the early days of internet culture. At the time internet was nearly exclusively an american thing so this propagated among americans people and resonated with them since they watched or at least had heard of the movie while non-americans were completely oblivious to it. Doesn't matter that the movie is not popular right now, but was popular at a critical time.
Else, how can you explain that only americans like to remind others of their opinions?
Reading comprehension, anon.
Why not some kind of "hardfilter": your post cannot contain "reddit" and derivated, "meme" and derivated, or any other flavour of the month shitpost.
It doesn't really look all that great. I dunno, period drama immediately following Rakugo is gonna be really hard. Besides, everyone know that patrish show for spring '16 is
Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou.
So your logic is that knowing what a website likes or does means they're a part of that community.
Also you're the only one here who's calling it "lebbit" as if it's filtered. I don't get why you're telling those two to go back there when they were saying the same thing.
Looks like the whole show is like the best KLK episode
Absolutely serious, AOTY 2015 with NNB:R close second.
Yeah man. I like Daichi Akitaro and the character designs are neat as hell (might attract the "Ping Pong looks like shit" crowd though), plus I don't think you can go wrong with the premise.
So exacly how/what is good about it?
Well that actually makes sense. Are you perhaps a sociology Ph.D.?
Cautious optimism. After the past works, it's hard to get overly excited unless it's in relation to Little Witch Academia. Looks fun, designs are appealing and the comments by the staff sound like they're hiding a lot, even if it is a short anime.
Like others have said, it'll be nice to have this alongside Kiznaiver. The latter feels like it's going to be hit or miss, especially with Mari Okada writing it. She was doing such a fine job with IBO too, until like the 12th episode. She rarely seems capable of writing a fully compelling story or tying her own plots together by the end.
I can be one for you tonight.
>She was doing such a fine job with IBO too
There actually are people who enjoy, or at least enjoyed at some point, IBO? The only good part was the OP/ED first cour.
Kiznaiver already screams DRAMA though, Okada only reinforce it.
One thing I don't understand, why is alien boy white and basically indistinguishable from a human, but the half human/alien chick is green. If Luluco and alien fug, will their children be green too?
The levels of smug on his face just remind me too much of a certain faggot.
Hopefully never. Yoshinari directing a TV anime seems like production hell for all participants.
Hell yeah motherfucker
People were guessing before that the beautiful blonde guy is a reverse trap, so maybe her "first love" will turn out to be a girl as part of the ordinary twist? I actually hope not because Imaishi designed boys are great. Looks more like he'll be some kind of mysterious being like the girly suffering male from Pleiades or Kaworu.