>the most exciting anime of next year
>the best looking visuals and animation in anime history
>realistic character designs with incredible amount of details
>classy, elegant yet historical accurate XX century setting with mature protags
>beautiful dramatic plot based on over-the-top writing novel with some literature awards
>excellent story that left every person watched it in tears even after the first episode, also the longest line to prescreen event among all AnimeExpo panels
Why doesn't /a/ talk about this Kyoani masterpiece more?
I'm looking forward to it. Though I'm not going to overhype it in my mind since I've stupidly done that in the past and have been severely let down with certain shows.
This thing is being so overhyped. It would be quite poetic if it bombed hard or didn't live up to expectations.
The visuals are being pushed so much to the point that it's bothersome. Visuals don't mean a thing is everything else winds up as garbage.
>I didn't see the prescreening
>I didn't read the novel
We will just have to see what happens I guess.
uto Memories Doll.
It's been quite a while since that name caused a fuss. Originally invented by Professor Orland solely for his beloved wife, Auto Memories Dolls eventually spread out into the world, and a machine that allows people to rent out the dolls was also created.
"I will run as fast as I can to wherever my customer desires. I am the Auto Memories Doll, Violet Evergarden."
A girl who almost appears to have popped out of a fairy tale with her blonde hair and blue eyes said this with her inorganic beauty and sweet voice.
This is basically Chobits, a typical boy meets a special doll girl who will change his world and the boy will change hers.
Cliche as hell. I don't understand the hype.
At first, she is not a doll, she is actual human being (also former soldier with superpowers) who develops her feelings after world-devastating war while writing letters to connect people heart to finally become a real human. That's what makes this so special.
The chapter about the soldier was so ridiculously corny
but I couldn't help but cry anyway.