Because it's based Trigger.
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>Inferno Patrol Cop
>literally memeing this hard
Water anything down enough and everything becomes generic.
Though I don't blame you for watering down luluco. Some peoples brains just do that automatically with reality itself.
I guess anime's bar on uniqueness isn't high if complaining about the overall theme and plot means you're watering something down.
I've seen this kind of show when growing up so many times that it's not even funny, but I guess it's better than another RPG-anime.
>if complaining about the overall theme and plot
"I want to be normal but X won't let me"?
This shit barely makes up a portion of character, and you think it's something that can be categorised as a major theme?
Jesus christ anon. I feel sorry for you.
I don't know what you mean, is there anything else in this short video that WASN'T about the theme of wanting to be normal? It's not like they were subtle about it.
Tell me one thing about the MC's goals and desires that doesn't come back to being normal.
The movies did a great job of contracting all the filler, and the ending was even better than the original. Though it does skip some memorable scenes.
KLK however was a wacktrain from halfway. Some decent scenes and animation, but gets ruined by the convoluted amount of plot twists they tried to pull.
I'll agree about the movies. KLK's story did kinda go a bit sideways after the halfway point, but I still enjoyed it more because of how good the characters were.
I could probably name pretty much every single character in KLK that has even a remote effect on the plot, and describe their character as well. Whereas with TTGL, I've got Kamina, Simon, Nia, Yoko.. and the blonde dude, the gay dude, the two muscle dudes, the two kids, and the pussy punk bitch.
I'm not saying TTGL was bad, I just think it gets more nostalgia points then people realize. A lot of the episodes that aren't integral to the story drag quite a bit. And, to my mind, even the weaker episodes of KLK were enjoyable in their own right. Not as much as the best ones, but definitely more than the weaker TTGLs.
They get a pass for a couple of years for giving us KLK.
>ruined by the convoluted amount of plot twists they tried to pull.
How much is a convoluted?
Why dose everyone automatically put on their reviewer hats for a silly action/comedy like Kill la Kill?
>side characters are completely forgotten or made less powerful than Simon
>plot is all about how strong Simon is
>doesn't even have his own personality
This all could have been solved if Kittan and Kamina were the MCs.
Simon story was all about growing up and stop being on the shadow of his brother, Kamina had to die for that
Kittan was the vegeta of TTGL except he died to show that every human has spiral power rather than just simon, simon just excelled at it.
>Simon story was all about growing up and stop being on the shadow of his brother
Then why does he copy all of his moves, and copy his personality?
Simon is a literal non-character
>simon just excelled at it
Yes, but why? Its not like he has more experience or more fervor. Even if every human has spiral power, why is it that humanity's fate lies solely on Simon?
We have combining robots, but he doesn't even need a co-pilot.
the plot is not unique, but trigger gets to make eye candy with it, the now their shit a fitting soundtrack and dont hold up on using animation itself to tell the story, too bad its so short I´d wish trigger had more money.
Inferno Cop > Kill la Kill > Ninja Slayer > Inou Battle >>>> shit > everything else Imaishi has done
Making a fun show? Yeah that's horrible.
>>>/fuck off please/
NEVER fucking reply to me again unless you're contributing to my thread
Projecting much buddy?
I haven't, is it good?
>Comes into thread to shitpost
>NEVER fucking reply to me again unless you're contributing to my thread
I mean, sure whatever