Even KyoAni fans say the light novel is pretty bad, are you worried for the adaptation?
No. KyoAni has a habit of adapting godawful light novels and transforming them into works of genius.
Recent Kyoani TV show trends point to it being bad, the source material points to it being bad, light novel adaptations are statistically all bad, the only other show by the director was bad. I'm sceptical, but I sure wouldn't mind being surprised.
No. It's not like this is a sequel to a beloved classic or something and I'm not swayed by awards. I'm looking forward to it simply because I prefer to enjoy my hobby. I'll reserve any judgement until I see the product with my own eyes.
>It is such a wonderful book that makes me want to love more and more as I write this post.
>But I can’t.
>This novel when taken as a whole is so flawed I cannot recommend this book to anyone. Nobody. Even people who are interested in it.
Serious question here. Is there actually a good Japanese LN? All the things I have read are dreadful to say the least.
I'm more concerned with the difference in visual quality between the two PVs.
I honestly just watch majority of their shows/films because of the animation + cute background character designs.
What they added was far worse than what they removed.
Episode 9 is one of the most unoriginal episodes I've seen in a long time.
And no one mentions how using Kanna in the sportsfestival was basically cheating.
Saikawa cried though, so that makes it okay?
No way she would've caught up with all the others and end up winning by only using human 3rd grader powers. She wanted to impress and/or console Saikawa.
Why is that a problem?
It was clearly intended to be an emotional when Kanna saved Saikawa from embarrassment, but the way they did it as just predictable, unoriginal and not well thought out.
It's kyoani, transforming shitty LNs into great anime is their speciality. I would be very surprised if it doesn't turn to be good.
I'm a huge kyoani fag though so I'm obviously biased. I even liked Phantom World.