Some kind of sadness
And pure fanservice
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Love Live! Sunshine - Episode 012
So, Honoka found a husband?
Reverend wrote:Love Live! Sunshine - Episode 012ShowSo, Honoka found a husband?
But, seriously: it would be sick if it turns out the rerun next season has different content of the same characters, and then another version of Honoka appears, and then slowly but surely they turn this thing from shitty idol to some sick time-traveling ghost of a young girl named Kousaka Honoka trying her best to achieve the dream she didn't get to do in her own dimension because she died of heart attack from shock at LL! Episode 1.
Nah, I'm serious. I will actually stop calling her shit if it turns out she's a ghost or something of that sort. (I would still find her annoying, though.)
They did lol. It's just not explained well.Rupy wrote:Qualidea Code - Episode 11ShowWtf is this plot?? It could be way better... they don't even have a real reason to fight!!
If that is the case they did a horrible work.Reverend wrote:They did lol. It's just not explained well.Rupy wrote:Qualidea Code - Episode 11ShowWtf is this plot?? It could be way better... they don't even have a real reason to fight!!SpoilerShowMust have something to do with "what is the true meaning of a family?"
Rushed build up in the relationship between the kids and Yunami ruined it.
Horrible script. Horrible animation. And this episode was the conclusion of this anime's Committee meeting that probably happened around 2 months ago.
Go fall in love, Rail.RailWarrior wrote:Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu Final ThoughtsShowThat said, I think that the "alternative ending" some people are suggesting is fucking dumb. Most of them are just hypocritical Rem fans who think she's being shafted, anyway. But I also have to thank them, because the outrage helped me resolve one of the main things I hated about Re:Zero.
Ah I see. We were not on the same page, then. My bad.RailWarrior wrote:Let me just be clear we're on the same page.Re:Zero Arc 3 Epilogue (unadapted material)Show(Of course, this is just hearsay. I've not read the LN nor WN.)
The team that headed back to the capital (Crusch, Rem, and co.) was attacked by Greed and Gluttony. The result is that Rem enters a coma and no one (except Subaru) remembers her. Crusch becomes amnesiac but people haven't forgotten her.
The alternative ending (well actually, endings) I'm talking about is one of these:
1. The anime directly adapts the above event in the post-credits.
2. Subaru says something about Rem, then Emilia asks who Rem is. Anime ends.
3. Subaru and co return the the capital. Upon seeing the situation, Subaru kills himself. Anime ends.
Which of any of these do you consider a good way to end an anime? It's just baiting a non-confirmed season two. That ruins an otherwise good anime. It's much better to just release such an episode as an OVA.
When you're trying to find something to praise just because you don't want to butcher the anime adaptation of the story you love.RailWarrior wrote:Rewrite Final ThoughtsShowFrom the beginning, Rewrite (the anime, first cour) was stated to be a sixth route as opposed to an adaptation of anything in particular. Well, that's only half true. Certainly, it didn't attempt to cram all 5 heroine routes into 13 episodes *cough*Grisaia*cough*, but it also wasn't a sixth route. It felt more like an extended Common Route. I think the best way I can describe it is, "how would the story continue if the (VN) player fails to enter any heroine route but the game doesn't just instantly lead to a random bad end?"
In that sense, I found this anime very entertaining. 8-bit didn't disappoint.