Are you guys ready for the savior of the mecha genre?
Incorrect. I can think of five better ones just off the top of my head.
Isekai can be good when its done right and not just generic schlock, and none of the ones I listed in that post are generic in any sense. Seoul Station's Necromancer, for example, starts with the main character returning to Earth, having spent the last twenty years basically being Sauron in a fantasy world.
>When your show has everything going for except a certain taboo character designer and it's prequel series being low budget in terms of animations
>Both basically death sentences for the unthinking pleb audience who'd rather just watch guys fuck if it was animated pretty
>Nip programmer mecha otaku is reborn as pretty boy into fantasy Finland that has magic mecha
I suppose it was only a matter of time until they got tired of frogs, crauts, macaronis, ivans and bongs.
>bankrolled by mainland Chinks
>nobody director who accepted the gig because "it was the closest he could come to directing Transformers"
>lower budget than the first film
>nig from TFA as main character who is Idris Elba's long lost son
>those horribly generic designs other than chestgunbot
Nah. I liked the first film enough to go watch it in cinemas twice, but I think I'll pass on this.
They're awfully similar to the quartz-based mecha from Break Blade, down to the crystal muscle fibres and shit but with more magic. In fact, beamspam comes in the form of firing spells through wands.
Well that's literally what it is, except he's also a God tier programmer a la Jesus Yamato. Actually, he becomes more of a plot device rather than the main character after he starts the knight order.