If there was going to be an animegaf mascot I just picture Umaru-chan with silver on her hoodie. I ain't gonna shit on your drawing though, keep practising.
i added it to the OP
it isnt quite what i was looking for
that's like half of the list...
Genius Party is an anthology. I have trouble recommending an anthology to any one who is looking for a movie. Baby Blue and Door Bell are the only things I've seen on it, and from what I've heard, are the only reason to watch it at all. Genius Party Beyond didn't have a single name attached to it that interested me.
Is there no tracking number on the rightstuf order page?
They say on their FAQ page that it should be about 2 business days for FedEx to send the email, so I'll wait until tomorrow before getting really annoyed, but yeah.
I've ordered from them before.... hmmm...
That must have been a while ago, I don't even remember that.
Stuff starts happening in the next episode
Well things certainly escalated. RIP
Thanks Javac. Going to get Good Luck Girl, One Piece Collection and Fairy Tail Collection.
RightStuf has some good CS of you haven't dealt with them before.
Cajun has been permed :\
The setting/premise is different enough to keep me interested. While it is a bit all over the place in terms of tone and presentation, I don't necessarily think it's that incoherent. Characters are a bit cookie-cutter, but just happen to be the archetypes I like.
Also, if anything is bland, it is the same Key elements being recycled again in Charlotte.
Prison School 2-3
All I hear is Ararararagi
Well, sure. What I meant was that I didn't feel like my understanding was lacking from having missed something. The character development from episode 11 to 12 flows together perfectly. Were it not for this forum, I wouldn't even know that there was anything inserted in that gap.
So that's what I meant by not feeling like I missed something. The two episodes flow together really well. At this point, I feel like it would be a shame to watch something else set between them.
I personally think I would have thought much less of the show if I hadn't seen 11.5. For me it made it a true serialized experience rather than just a series of stories stitched together with loose story development.yeah, the way the two episodes go together is why I recommend saving it. if you watch 11.5 after 11 I think it actively harms the experience.
Well, if you skip 11.5 Oreki's sister is just there all of a sudden. That's kind of weird.
200 bucks for 3 concerts is probably good considering the normal pricing. I wonder if they're subbed?First Love Live
3rd Anniversary Love Live
Next Love Live 2014
I know. Yuri Bears ruined it though, so what can I do. lolUtena.
Hint hint hint.
So I'm not saying that Charlotte is some sort of masterpiece or something but in the end it has a very strong sense of what it actually wants to be (even if that conflicts with what the viewer wants the show to be).
I'm not even going to talk about the most recent episode because after that, nobody can say that this show is "bland". Even if that episode completely missed it's mark it was still entertaining. Charlotte is pretty generic but in the end it's also fun and engaging in some way.
So this is where Classroom Crisis completely falls flat, there's nothing in the show that spices things up, neither a super strong dynamic between characters nor an interesting plot, it's this just this mess of every different anime theme/trope they could find just thrown in there for the sake of, I'm assuming, appealing to as much people as possible.
Not that Classroom Crisis is very good, but I don't understand the criticism that it's trying to be to appeal to everyone by being everything. It's not really all that atypical in that amount of things it is tackling. Charlotte is even worse when it comes to tonal shifts and trying to cover multiple genres, but that's Jun Maeda for you.
So obviously, if it's done right this can actually result in a pretty good show, there's probably some guy out there who would enjoy a "Bussiness/Sci-fi/Drama/Combat/Slice of Life/Comedy" show but would you really say that the show comes close to actually delivering on even one of those subjects?
How? The show is bland and generic, but it's not more tropey than your average show. It's not particularly pandering either. Your critique here is so vague I don't even know what you are trying to say about the show. Mixing business drama with slice of life comedy isn't such an overreach, most shows probably have some slice of life comedy thrown into them. That it's not executed well is the problem.Eh, it's more trying to appeal to everyone and in the end spreading yourself so thin that it appeals to nobody.
If you're going to pander, pander to one thing and pander hard. That usually results in a good show.
smhGenius Party is an anthology. I have trouble recommending an anthology to any one who is looking for a movie. Baby Blue and Door Bell are the only things I've seen on it, and from what I've heard, are the only reason to watch it at all. Genius Party Beyond didn't have a single name attached to it that interested me.
Thus concludes my opinion piece on Parts 3 and 4 of the list.
How? The show is bland and generic, but it's not more tropey than your average show. It's not particularly pandering either. Your critique here is so vague I don't even know what you are trying to say about the show. Mixing business drama with slice of life comedy isn't such an overreach, most shows probably have some slice of life comedy thrown into them. That it's not executed well is the problem.