Why did Charlotte make so many people buttblasted? It's not like it was ever a great show, but the early, generic episodes gave way to some entertaining bullshit, one of the most tragic and well done treatments of a character death I've ever seen in an anime, and a truly baffling and amazing final episode. Are people just shit at accepting that a show can have massive plotholes but still be enjoyable?
Also, Nao a cute.
I wouldn't go so far to say that it's good, but it's entertaining, has some interesting aspects to it, and occasionally has fantastic moments. So, better than most anime.
Nao's not really a tsundere, more just a fucking weirdo. But that's why she's the best: she's a refreshingly different lead girl.
I respect your taste.
Great, I'm tired of one-dimensional bitchy tsuderes as main girls.
/a/ hipsters convinced themselves no one liked the show, then it was released and outsold most of the seasonal crap overrated around here. Basically another case of fedora tippers getting their shit pushed in.
>It's not like it was ever a great show
You're right, it was downright terrible (and this is coming from someone who watches a fuckton of shows every season and usually enjoys everything). The only good thing about it was pizza sauce imouto.
It was a load of wasted potential. They tried to cram too much into too few episodes. If it was two -cour it would have been a lot better.
It was the biggest clusterfuck of 2015.
I didn't say all anime should be at least two cour but with what the story was doing and with all the things that had to be explained, Charlotte should have been longer at least. Episode 13 for example should have been a few episodes long at least.
It was the name of the comet that gave everyone their powers
It was briefly mentioned in one episode that a comet gave all those people their powers and the comet was called Charlotte.
It was baffling alright. I unintentionally blurted out a "come on, really" when I watched pic related.