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04-15-12, 1:03 PM

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KingYoshi said:
Plus, they already said they wanted to make a two season run. Guarantee there will be another season, sequel, prequel or something similar.


Where did you find out about them wanting to make another season?

It'd be great if there would be a follow to cover up the plot holes. But how long would that take? 2 years at least. I'm just getting this feeling that it might take a while for it to happen.
 
04-15-12, 1:33 PM

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EsPwnage said:
KingYoshi said:
Plus, they already said they wanted to make a two season run. Guarantee there will be another season, sequel, prequel or something similar.


Where did you find out about them wanting to make another season?

It'd be great if there would be a follow to cover up the plot holes. But how long would that take? 2 years at least. I'm just getting this feeling that it might take a while for it to happen.

Seeing how Funimation has the distribution rights to GC in USA and the anime is only listed under GC and not GC I + II, I suspect there may actually be a second season. However, this is only speculative guessing
http://www.funimation.com/guilty-crown
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04-16-12, 9:25 AM

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If there is a second season for some reason I want inori to come back to life or ayase to end up with shu. Don't care if he's blind as long as he end's up with someone I'm happy.
 
04-16-12, 9:33 AM

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It felt like 1-11 was season one and 12-22 was season two, to be honest. They both had their own conclusions and the story switched focus halfways.

I wouldn't want a sequel as the story wrapped up decently, but it sold good, so who knows. I doubt it though.

ronzalpha said:
EsPwnage said:
KingYoshi said:
Plus, they already said they wanted to make a two season run. Guarantee there will be another season, sequel, prequel or something similar.


Where did you find out about them wanting to make another season?

It'd be great if there would be a follow to cover up the plot holes. But how long would that take? 2 years at least. I'm just getting this feeling that it might take a while for it to happen.

Seeing how Funimation has the distribution rights to GC in USA and the anime is only listed under GC and not GC I + II, I suspect there may actually be a second season. However, this is only speculative guessing
http://www.funimation.com/guilty-crown

How is that proof that they want to make a second season? ^^'
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04-16-12, 10:52 AM

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Ahhh, everyone keeps bringing up the same thing, Inori is dead, and shu is blind and so and so.

Didn't they already fix these problem for various characters multiple times? I mean jeez, how many times did Mana die (wasn't Inori a clone in the first place? she was just gonna have Mana's soul implanted in her, so why cant they make a second clone and implant Inori's soul? we all know Shu has it lol)? Didn't whats his face have a perfect mechanical eye? I also doubt the virus is totally gone, I mean what about that meteorite and the fact that Daat is still up and going as far as we know. You think they don't have much to work with, but they actually have quite a bit of material left.

Oh and Ronzalpha, awesome post! I think you pretty much just made an outline for another great season lol.
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04-16-12, 11:32 AM

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Trav644 said:
Ahhh, everyone keeps bringing up the same thing, Inori is dead, and shu is blind and so and so.

Didn't they already fix these problem for various characters multiple times? I mean jeez, how many times did Mana die (wasn't Inori a clone in the first place? she was just gonna have Mana's soul implanted in her, so why cant they make a second clone and implant Inori's soul? we all know Shu has it lol)? Didn't whats his face have a perfect mechanical eye? I also doubt the virus is totally gone, I mean what about that meteorite and the fact that Daat is still up and going as far as we know. You think they don't have much to work with, but they actually have quite a bit of material left.

Oh and Ronzalpha, awesome post! I think you pretty much just made an outline for another great season lol.


Clone, no, I'm against that. You said yourself that Inori is a clone (or at least born to be hosted by Mana) If another clone is made to be hosted by Inori it would be wrong because that was the same thing Inori was used for.

What I don't get is why they don't have some future technology to fix shu's eyes and ayase's legs? They should have that type of technology by then surely.
 
04-17-12, 8:58 PM

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EsPwnage said:

Clone, no, I'm against that. You said yourself that Inori is a clone (or at least born to be hosted by Mana) If another clone is made to be hosted by Inori it would be wrong because that was the same thing Inori was used for.

What I don't get is why they don't have some future technology to fix shu's eyes and ayase's legs? They should have that type of technology by then surely.

Well, I can guess that ayase is stubborn to retain her honor for being who she is and I think Shu purposely left his eye blind to keep his last recorded memories of Inori instead of being polluted with new events. Hence, he played one of Inori's recorded songs. That's how I interpreted it. And seeing how Shu didn't fix his disability, maybe Ayase didn't either, since she REALLY looks up to Shu.

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How is that proof that they want to make a second season? ^^'

Umm, it's not hardcore proof, but only speculative guessing, as I already mentioned. I'm just pointing out that at least in the western region, GC is only 1 season, not 2 combined seasons, so there's a CHANCE there might be a following season.

I already listed a POSSIBLE outcome for a second season, so yes, they CAN continue it if they want to, but that's up to them. I'm not saying they WILL.
Example outline for season 2 (copied from my previous post):
ronzalpha said:

(Disclaimer, this is only a suggestion for a possible season2/3 -whichever you guys can call it)
EP1: Daat creating another scheme to revive Mana
EP2: Shu + Ayase possible relationship only to be disturbed with news again
(them attempting to start a relationship is actually possible, now they're both handicapped, but I can't see it being fulfilled due to his dedication for Inori)
EP3: Freemasons + illuminati plot agaist Daat (possible UN intervention, since they're douches like the usual)
EP4: Battle of militaries (Daat possibly setting up another huge-ass base)
EP5: discovery of the original virus crystal again (I don't recall it being destroyed)
or at least a fragment was recovered.
EP6: New Endlave for Ayase - another battle scene
EP 7: diplomatic relations so it's everyone vs Daat
EP8: Chance of recovering Inori through Mana revival again
EP9: possible VN route integration of VN protagonist joining forces - invasion
EP 10: Epic battle - I'll leave Shu's fate to creators. He could die and join Inori in another world or Inori could actually revive. Possible final activation of god-mode with all three void-genomes together. Daryl maybe switching sides last-minute (from his accomplice protecting his life) or epic battle against Ayase for his wish.
EP11/12: solves all relationship loopholes (Gai apologizes to Ayase). Epilogue for happy ending. Maybe even Daryl/Ayase relationship

I state EP 11/12 because of a possibility that they might create alt endings (like Angel Beats) or they might drag an extra episode for diplomatic/battle scenes (like all Gundam Series).

Anyways, I'm not saying that it should follow this sequence in particular, but another short 11 EP list to solve most of the plot holes; a 22 episode run is pretty much near impossible. An OVA would probably too short to cover all the plot holes they've made while trying to satisfy the audience.
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04-17-12, 9:02 PM

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You want... more?!?!? Season one was so badly executed, it makes me want to cry.
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04-17-12, 9:07 PM

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EsPwnage said:
Trav644 said:
Ahhh, everyone keeps bringing up the same thing, Inori is dead, and shu is blind and so and so.

Didn't they already fix these problem for various characters multiple times? I mean jeez, how many times did Mana die (wasn't Inori a clone in the first place? she was just gonna have Mana's soul implanted in her, so why cant they make a second clone and implant Inori's soul? we all know Shu has it lol)? Didn't whats his face have a perfect mechanical eye? I also doubt the virus is totally gone, I mean what about that meteorite and the fact that Daat is still up and going as far as we know. You think they don't have much to work with, but they actually have quite a bit of material left.

Oh and Ronzalpha, awesome post! I think you pretty much just made an outline for another great season lol.


Clone, no, I'm against that. You said yourself that Inori is a clone (or at least born to be hosted by Mana) If another clone is made to be hosted by Inori it would be wrong because that was the same thing Inori was used for.

What I don't get is why they don't have some future technology to fix shu's eyes and ayase's legs? They should have that type of technology by then surely.


When you say Fix do you mean heal their "Injuries" or get their "abilities" (to walk, and to see) back? Because Shu could just get the mechanical type eyes like the one general (forgot his name:/ ) and Ayase could just get mechanical legs (just like Shu has a mechanical arm lol)

Oh, and they probably do have different ways to restore them, but if they just pulled some random crap out then everyone would complain... like whats happening now, haha.
 
04-17-12, 9:10 PM

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It'd be great if there was another season especially if there's less of Inori.
 
04-17-12, 9:30 PM

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AlexSadist-sama said:
It'd be great if there was another season especially if there's less of Inori.

On the contrary, I actually liked Inori to a large extent :/
But yea, I can see why you don't like her. She doesn't do much until the end and she hogs up like 20% of the screentime.
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04-18-12, 6:23 PM

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AlexSadist-sama said:
It'd be great if there was another season especially if there's less of Inori.


I couldn't care less if Inori is in there or not, I just want Shu to get a different ending. (one where he hasn't gone completely insane)
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04-18-12, 6:40 PM

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Yeah I'd prefer a season two as well, I think with the ending of the show they pushed the "Value of Friendship" card way too hard and it came out really stupid and cheesy. Anyone in the real world would go bad-shit crazy if they were put in Shu's position, or at least most anyone would try to start something with Ayase lol.
 
04-18-12, 8:49 PM

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NO!!! :(

Cause then I'll have to watch it...

No one needs to have to suffer through this twice.
 
04-19-12, 3:33 AM

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NO!!! :(

Cause then I'll have to watch it...

No one needs to have to suffer through this twice.


well, no one would be forcing you to watch it.

But, by all indications they already *tried* to conclusively wrap up the series. It would kind of being anticlimatic to have daath revive Mana *again*...and then have inori magically reappear, like they fucked up with Gai's magical ressurection. If anything, I think they just kind of gave up on trying to address all the plot holes and focused on a cheesy ending instead
 
04-19-12, 3:12 PM

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ftghb said:
ClaudiusClotaire said:
NO!!! :(

Cause then I'll have to watch it...

No one needs to have to suffer through this twice.


well, no one would be forcing you to watch it.

But, by all indications they already *tried* to conclusively wrap up the series. It would kind of being anticlimatic to have daath revive Mana *again*...and then have inori magically reappear, like they fucked up with Gai's magical ressurection. If anything, I think they just kind of gave up on trying to address all the plot holes and focused on a cheesy ending instead


Pretty much this - The story tried too hard to throw together a lot of cool ideas but forgot to really execute them correctly and screwed it all up.

If there is a Season 2, I'd definitely watch it, if only for the hope that the ending of it is better than that of the first season. However I highly, highly doubt that they will even make a season two, and if they do, it likely will have next to, if anything at all to do with Shu/Inori. They will have to do either an entirely new plot on the series, or a remake - both of which I could easily see them failing at doing given their demonstration with the existing series.

But again, I doubt they will make another series with that absolute abortion of an ending they pulled out of their ass. It sucked, hard, and wrapped up the series in a terrible way. Best to simply let it die and mark it off as one of the, "It could have been..." series' that was good till it shot itself in the face in the end.
 
04-19-12, 5:40 PM

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Jerichow said:
ftghb said:
ClaudiusClotaire said:
NO!!! :(

Cause then I'll have to watch it...

No one needs to have to suffer through this twice.


well, no one would be forcing you to watch it.

But, by all indications they already *tried* to conclusively wrap up the series. It would kind of being anticlimatic to have daath revive Mana *again*...and then have inori magically reappear, like they fucked up with Gai's magical ressurection. If anything, I think they just kind of gave up on trying to address all the plot holes and focused on a cheesy ending instead


Pretty much this - The story tried too hard to throw together a lot of cool ideas but forgot to really execute them correctly and screwed it all up.

If there is a Season 2, I'd definitely watch it, if only for the hope that the ending of it is better than that of the first season. However I highly, highly doubt that they will even make a season two, and if they do, it likely will have next to, if anything at all to do with Shu/Inori. They will have to do either an entirely new plot on the series, or a remake - both of which I could easily see them failing at doing given their demonstration with the existing series.

But again, I doubt they will make another series with that absolute abortion of an ending they pulled out of their ass. It sucked, hard, and wrapped up the series in a terrible way. Best to simply let it die and mark it off as one of the, "It could have been..." series' that was good till it shot itself in the face in the end.


I agree. If I were to watch it - it's only because I want a different and better ending.
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04-23-12, 9:19 PM

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God damn. I wish there was a season 2. I didn't feel this empty since I finished Toradora!
 
04-26-12, 5:08 PM

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I don't feel like there's more to it for another season, if they resurrected Inori they could remake voids and virus too that would make all what they accomplished so far meaningless and all would feel like artificially prolonged story, but there could be some sort of OVA with "how they moved on". Or maybe there could be another similar story after hundreds or thousands of years or parallel universe kind of alternative retelling.
That said but i would be happy to watch S2 anyway haha .. :P
Hopefully sequel and story would be made naturally.
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05-10-12, 9:23 PM

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ignaciomen2 said:
If GC returns, I'll make an altar.
Personally, it would be cool if you guys could help me:
I had this idea for a sequel, I know we are just a webpage, but if we expand it, through twitter, Facebook, other anime webs, etc. It might spread enough to reach someone in Japan and convince them:

Some years have passed since the whole stuff after the first season. Shu and the others are now old enough, for he has raised a Son (Nameless for now)
This boy meets a girl, a girl who somehow, seems strangely familiar, like if they were connected.



Then, the society (Im not sure of it's name, the one which wanted to bring the Apocalypse again, for the sake of evolution I think) decides to strike back, using the girl I mentioned, who ends up being the rencarnation (or something similar) of Inori himself, to bring Mana, or worst, back to life
Shu's son decides to save er and stop the apocalypse by joining a Conspirancy-theory group who knew about the society, or suspected, called Funeral Parlour (It can cahnge of course, but I beleive that would gice a better symbolsim). Later he realizes that he posses the Void Genom, tranmited to his DNA by the stains left in Shu.
if the rule of Voids only available to -17 years old would be erased, it would be much better.

I don't care about Money, Fame, not even credit itself. The one, the only thing I wish, is for this anime to come back. I beg you help me


@ignaciomen2 i dont really like the story u came out with but i support the idea, we should convince the developers to make season 2. Perhaps we should keep coming out of ideas to keep the story on-going. Although its true that the developers made the ending like Shu has lost Inori (she stays in his memory forever) such that people would think its the end of story , at least we can come out with ideas that might encourage them for a second season. we should support them.

By the way, they're gonna make a pc game called "Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas" and the characters are not the same (Shu, Inori and Gai) although they have similar personality as them. Coming soon in 31/5/2012.
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