Kurini said: so this was the series that made kyoani refuse to make little buster?
Given that the Little Busters' stuff started years ago and this is rather recent, and they've aired a bunch of shows in-between, I don't think this franchise is directly related to that decision. There's more at play than that.
JizzyHitler said: Only pretentious fucks quote themselves
Jizzy as you would call yourself because youre a dick The most butthurt award goes to you And clearly you havent watched that many shows thats why you cant determine if a show is unique or not Or maybe you're just a child who likes common stuffs where hero saves the day and guys gets all the girls. Sad taste you have there kid you came up to me in the first place making you look more like a kid who got slapped without me even knowing it and start crying about it to me
I seriously don't see anything wrong with the comfort zone though.
People also exaggerate how small the comfort zone is. There are certainly a number of genres hey have not done, and nobody in their right mind would claim they're as varied as, say, A-1 Pictures. But they have done pretty distinct genres of shows, ranging from mecha/military action (FMP TSR), to a fantasy-world action (Munto/SoraAge), to a wide range of comedies (slapstick for Fumoffu, fandom/in-joke humor for Lucky Star, iyashikei slice of life for K-ON!, surreal gag for Nichijou), to a number of dramatic romances (Clannad, Kanon, Air), to whatever you categorize Haruhi as (something of a sci-fi psychological drama or whatnot).
Now there's Chuunibyou, which I don't know much about yet of course, but it sounds to be closer to a more traditional light novel romance with a chuuni twist, perhaps superficially closer to Haruhi than other shows they've done but likely being more of a romantic comedy and less psychological than Haruhi.
I'm fine with that kind of range. It's far from the broadest in the industry, but they're managing to do what they're go at, while not doing the same thing all the time.
PerlaNemesis said: The art looks nice and it's KyoAni. ^^ Do I need more reasons? :D
Lol, exactly! ;P
Lookslike KyoAni has managed to touch many anime fans' hearts by their works, so good that only by knowing they're working on something is enough to make people want to watch it.
I wonder since when people began to loved their release, Suzumiya Haruhi era? Oh no! Suddenly remembered that I want Suzumiya Haruhi season 3! Aaaaaaa!!! Out of topic, but, is there any news about it yet?
Seems interesting and I'll watch it, but I wish KyoAni would get off their moe blob asses and do Full Metal Panic: The 3rd Raid. Before some mediocre studio snaps it up and proceeds to butcher it. (>_<)
ddust said: I wonder since when people began to loved their release, Suzumiya Haruhi era? Oh no! Suddenly remembered that I want Suzumiya Haruhi season 3! Aaaaaaa!!! Out of topic, but, is there any news about it yet?
Haruhi was their first really, really enormous seller, but I think their following goes all the way back to Air (which sold exceptionally well too) in 2005. The only TV series they did before that was FMP Fumoffu, which did decently and was well-liked, but probably didn't make them a fandom-wide name like Air did a year before Haruhi.