>thread makes me want to watch a scene from the OVA
>end up watching the whole thing again
I love it
>wasn't a scam
>didn't do shady shit while the fundraising was on
>didn't failed the expectations of the people that payed it
Fuck off /v/ get over MN9 the damage is done no point shitposting a dead game
I actually like Triggers animation style
I don't know why it gets so much hate.
There's a lot of difference in animation and artstyle between something like Inferno Cop, LWA, and KLK. I like all of them and they all work great for what they've tried to achieve, but I understand why some people are disappointed with some of it.
Honestly I just kind of find it "refreshing" it's something that looks different for once. I also haven't seen Inferno Cop yet. I've watched LWA, KLK, and Space Patrol Luluco though and enjoyed those quite a bit.
Trigger has many kinds of staff members. Little Witch Academia is very much Yo Yoshinaris brainchild and we all know how much he loves American cartoons.
Actually, the whole of Trigger loves American media. They worked for Pixar a bit and they included an Extreme Dinosaurs visual reference in Luluco. I think they recently visited the Cartoon Network offices as well.
Image from Yo Yoshinaris Deviant Art page.
Considering I can't think of any other crowdfunded anime, yes. LWA2 paled in comparison to the original. It was very poorly paced and the writing was quite shit and forced, it felt like a direct to dvd movie.
Because Trigger is the (only?) anime studio that makes cartoons in a traditional sense. With a focus on wacky fun and creative drawings and designs. They don't try to emulate film like other anime does.
It's just something she transforms into when she goes dimension patrolling, she still has her regular outfit.
I just rewatched LWA: Parade and oh boy was Akko a little bitch, even more so than I remember:
>Only cared about personal goal
>Disregard everyone else
>Get piss off at them for not wanting in on your shitty plan
Also noticed how quiet the show is most of the time. Like the voice is there, but there's no background music at very key moments. And when there is it's mostly generic shit.
I wish I had backed LWA, but I had no money at the time.
I'm actually trying to eBay/Yahoo auction a copy of the kickstarter artbook, what does it look like? I've seen a "limited edition" artbook around but I'm not sure it's the same one.
I don't think it'll be bad, Yoshinari is still in charge.
And KLK had fantastic animation at times, but you could tell they were trying their best to cut corners with the limited budget they had. It worked wonderfully for Nui and Mako's characters, for example, but other parts suffered (parts when they weren't aiming for the comedy-effect).
I love both.
Trigger is filled with amazing talents, really. It's great to see how different and full of expression their works are. Look at this for example, Imaishi sketched how Satsuki would look in her Nudist Gear and Sushio worke on the character design based on that sketch.
Also, these sketches of Ryuuko by Imaishi
You can dislike his style but I don't think anyone can overlook how dynamically beautiful these sketches are.
it obviously is.
just watch the second ova.
lwa was only good because of the proper storytelling, comfy setting and great animations, but the story is DONE. if they make it into proper series it will turn into you typical shit anime.
the story will be fucking boring and retarded as they try to come up with something
the animations will be shit because of budget
setting will get "developed" and turn into generic garbage
the magic is already gone, don't rattle these bones any more.
>Considering I can't think of any other crowdfunded anime, yes.
Kick-Heart, Santa Company, Under the Dog, Mayoiga, Kono sekai no Katasumi ni, Gakuen Handsome, that fart anime, Chieri to Cherry, all had crowd-funding campaigns.
Under the Dog would be the closest to a Mighty No 9 situation, I think.
I'd love to see Imaishi work on a project as character designer/chief sakkan. He's a much better artist/animator than he is a director to be honest.
>dat yukata Luluco
I really need this in my life.
>anime that emulate film direction
Eden of the East
Boku Dake Ga Inai Machi
>anime that try so hard to emulate film
any "serious" anime
if only Japan can make live action movie worth shit and not rely too much to their waifus
She'll wear one of these.
Unlike most anime Trigger makes heavy use of stretch frames, off model frames that when in motion blend together into a cohesive whole. /a/ has a tendency to judge a series art based entirely on still frames more or less ignoring the actual animation. When you have frames that look really stretched out when you pause on them looking at still frames gives the impression that the entire series is QUALITY, when it's actually just designed to make motion smoother.
Enthusiasm and a willingness to hang out with anybody, most likely. She didn't hesitate for a nanosecond when they got stuck with the American, the fattie, and the mute.
She really is a selfish bitch, but at least she realizes she's driven everyone away and tries to do everything herself instead of still trying to force it on them, and she apologizes at the end.
I hope the series doesn't just rehash that bit of development.
French-Filipina, I guess.
>everyone's getting comfortable
>pan down the beach; Sucy is trying to make Pinoy Lechon but the pig is still alive