There will now be Kiazuki and Dazzlessence Jones merch. http://www.trademarkia.com/dazzlessence-jones-87522901.html
Wow I'm not late for once. Kiazuki BEST moonflower.
That's where you're wrong kiddo.
If it´s a doll like Hanazuki, I will buy two of them and make them kiss.
There's a short airing before the horse movie so there's still something.
This is the truth. Some people may not like, but the truth sometimes hurts
Just marathoned the series this week and gotta to say:
It was actually pretty great, interesting setting, nice visuals, good character development, much better than what I was expecting from a web series.
I am actually hype for season 2.
The truth may hurt but i'll still love her.
Sad milf for you.
It's a great start to the franchise, but its garnered a pretty small response as far as I know. Even with pretty good view counts, there's not much buzz about it. I suppose that's to be expected with an entirely new IP; It doesn't have the name recognition of other Hasbro properties. And yet, Hasbro seems confident it'll grow, having trademarked new merchandise, and even a hashed out title for fans, "Fanazuki." They know the business better than almost anyone, definitely better than me, so I guess I'm just not seeing the big picture.
I think Hasbro would do well to focus some development on the app in the interim. Maybe since the season's done and the kiddies have had time to watch it, they should introduce the other critters, and even the other moonflowers as switchable mood-flower characters. Along with actually adding more meat to the app in general- it's still pretty bare bones.
More on topic with the show, I hope Titmouse practices better time management for Season 2. By their own admission, they spent a lot of time on the first batch of S1 episodes which is why it looks so clean and shiny (though there's still that one Dazzlessence error) compared to the other 18 episodes. The rest was still fine, but there was a noticeable drop in animation quality and detail, and the few errors were more grievous (Sleepy Unicorn straight up disappearing for example).
Welp, might as well post some memes.
This is Maroshi.
He's not the smartest moonflower, but he tries his best.
Say something nice about him.
All moonflowers have their merits, mates.
Sorry, just thought it was a but funny, typos happen. That said I agree with what you said, he didnt have enough time for development, just enough to get to know his personality. Now that Kiyoshi and Kiazuki have grown their own trees thanks to Hanazuki's help he might be next.
Well in the end, no matter what cool things happen it's ultimately a show about emotions and being comfortable with identifying and expressing them.
I agree, we all need more of him
I want to know what is the deal with this nigga and what is the origin of the Moonflowers.
Oh, that reminds me.
They're called moonflowers, and they're all protecting and living on moons, right?
But by definition, a moon is a large mass that orbits an even larger mass, a planet.
So is it possible there's a central planet that the moons are being used to protect as, and that's where Little Dreamer comes from?
Obviously ignoring that them being called "moons" is simply just to go with "moonflower" cause it sounds pretty, since each moon seems to basically be a small planet on their own.
anime has ruined me because i can only think that deep down he is evil
>brought a shitload of treasure for Hanazuki after Kiazuki stole her trees
>brought even more treasures for Hanazuki and Kiazuki after Kiazuki showed genuine emotion
Nah, Little Dreamer is a bro.
If Kiyoshi, Kiazuki and Maroshi are fucking idiots and they don't know how to make trees grow, that makes Hanazuki the only moonflower that had done his job properly?
i can only speak for myself and my opinions dont reflect those of the other people in this thread but i want to fuck the moonflowers
but also it's pretty fun. plus the sound and art are great and the animation was done by titmouse
Cutesy veneer pasted over a darker overall plot while painfully cute characters do painfully cute things. The setting is very odd and rather unique, with pretty likeable characters that make you interested in their development. The character developments, while arguably simple, are rather satisfying.
The art direction is fucking great, being bright yet subdued. Writing's pretty competent, doesn't talk down to the intended audience too much (it seeps in here and there; it's for kids, what can you do), voice acting is pretty good for the most part (main character is voiced by the gal who voices Lynn Loud, if that means anything to you). Sound design is spot on with good music and a lot of chiptune sound effects.
It was also kinda fun seeing the sort-of-commentary from a few of the Titmouse folks on Twitter whenever a new episode aired. In particular, Brian Ellis/Fundogmo loved sharing his... "fanart," such as pic related. It's clear those folks are having fun with their work on the show, and that's always comforting.
By the way he makes it sound, SEVERAL moons have exploded/been eaten by the Big Bad under his "care."
Who knows how long the little beach bum has been moonhopping.
Such a shame that the worst moonflower gets the best companions.
They better make some fuckin' flochi merch in the future.
So Lawrence Tech doesn't teach you basic image cropping, Kyle?
No, I taught myself how to crop. I just didn't feel like doing it