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Apr 7, 2015 11:56 AM

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I also knew that Onee-chan belonged to Ginger.

That changing was lot of worth but it was really worth. :)?
 
Apr 12, 2015 8:23 PM
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Miyamori when under severe stress goes schizophrenia mode like hallucinating those 2 creepy dolls of her lol but good that episode 4 is finish
 
Apr 15, 2015 12:00 PM

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yup this shit is a waste of time for me...

pretty sure it's the non-stop retarded shit they talk about + I despise anything 'moe' related
 
Apr 24, 2015 1:47 PM

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Nice episode! Let's see what's next!
 
Apr 28, 2015 9:19 AM
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Hmmm.. watched the first 3 episodes and I have to say it is extremely text heavy so far. There's far too many similar characters being introduced all at once. I hope there is more to this show than just following the MC around as she works on helping episodes come out and gets promotions.
 
May 1, 2015 3:06 AM

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ew goodness. this episode was a little too stressful for me to watch right now. i wanted something to unwind after a hard week myself so i decided to watch a few eps of something that didnt have to deal with supernatural or action. but this show is just as hectic as anything else i watch. or at least it feels that way. i look forward to the next ep where all her friends finally get back together and have a good time... then again the ep is called "i messed up" so it looks like more trouble :P
 
Jun 6, 2015 10:18 AM

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Holy crap that was stressful to watch! Really well directed, the characters stress really got to us.
 
Jun 11, 2015 12:12 PM
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I'm seriously wondering if all these guys get paid overtime or not.
 
Jul 20, 2015 12:37 AM

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Definitely not my type of job lol.
 
Aug 26, 2015 12:10 PM

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totally worth it

sooo worth!
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Aug 26, 2015 12:13 PM

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...death loli-sama

"Shut up, Tarou!"
"It's like there's a huge god of misfortune here." "It's you!"
LOL everyone hates Tarou XD why is he still part of the team

am I the only one having a difficult time keeping track of what's going on and who's who? Still, really fun to watch, great episode.
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Sep 2, 2015 10:37 AM

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Sep 13, 2015 1:17 PM

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I'm still overwhelmed with the huge cast and the process of producing anime. I'm glad we're getting a break next episode. Aoi is a lovely main character.


Yes.... worst start ever for an anime
 
Apr 1, 2016 12:31 PM

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I'm not sure how I feel about this anime. Too much characters to follow instead of Bakuman focusing only on 2 characters. Though anime is harder to make than manga.

I don't think I can enjoy much of this anime, so I'm gonna put this on-hold.

 
Apr 2, 2016 5:08 PM

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You see? You see? You see? If it weren't for the Director's whims the final scene wouldn't have ended so good! Respect! (Also, the whole team's work)

I feel bad for laughing at Aoi's stress and mental collapse xD But it was all so funny!

Really, the episode was really stressful to watch xD The stress of the characters really gets you.
I'm loving this anime so far.

PD: That gothic loli mad drawing skillz!
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Apr 2, 2016 7:58 PM

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I'm seriously wondering if all these guys get paid overtime or not.


Heavily doubt it. Seems like they get paid by reputation, connections, production success, and the occasional curry night and/or bar party. =P
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ぼく は ラムボ!
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きみ は ラムボ!
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Apr 14, 2016 5:41 PM
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Hahaha, I love all her expressions.

This show has just been Stress: The Anime so far 😂
 
Jun 1, 2016 4:24 AM

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I am surprised how much I like the show. Maybe it is because I work in an industry similarly stressed out, so I can totally feel for them... anyways, loving it!
 
Jun 5, 2016 4:54 AM

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What an stressful job it is to work in a anime production. I was right not to take a job.

Just a few seconds correction can cause disaster. That Arupin over emotional scene was the result?? I think it should tone down a bit.

I got stress after watching this episode, haha.

3/5
 
Jun 14, 2016 9:37 PM

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This episode did a good job of illustrating how work can exhaust you. I thought the scene between Miyamoto and Yano on the rooftop was a real highlight and brought Yano to life a little more. And not just because of the butt slap to get Miyamotos tired brain working.

I also laughed a lot at the Director and the Animator geeking out over their favorite girls in their own anime.
 
Jun 23, 2016 7:24 AM

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Damn, you can really feel the stress. This series is making me appreciate animation studios a lot more, seeing all these all-nighters and whatnot.

Kind of an awkward cut to the ED this time.

The faces that Aoi makes are the cutest things ever.
 
Sep 10, 2016 11:40 PM

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I want to like this...I really do. But I'm just not getting into it. It just reminds me of a day at work so far.
 
Sep 21, 2016 1:38 PM

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Aoi is a veritable storm of sumimasens. What a ride this episode was, I had the hardest time keeping up with everything - which is how it's exactly supposed to be, I guess! Phew.
 
Mar 19, 6:01 PM
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People expecting a standard comedy/drama anime should not be here. This show is clearly not meant to be a standard entertainment medium, it is more of a documentary about an anime industry with couple anime like jokes.

As someone who works in similar type of industry, I find this extremely relatable and quiet entertaining. This is pretty much my every day life and while it can be very stressful and exhausting it is still fun.
 
Mar 31, 10:53 AM

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Haha, all those efforts to remake a single scene and I found it worse than the original take.
Hurry and finish this whole deal with that trashy moe anime. Hopefully it'll be more interesting to watch the girls get together and work on a new project from scratch.
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This show is clearly not meant to be a standard entertainment medium, it is more of a documentary about an anime industry with couple anime like jokes.

Yes it does convey information about how a studio works practically, with the reach every member has, how the work is done and by whom, and a bit about the deadlines and time it takes to do proper work. However it's still definitely entertainment. So far, all we got was a pretty simple and kindhearted look at a random imaginary studio through a rozy lens.
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HapHazrD said:

kitten320 said:
This show is clearly not meant to be a standard entertainment medium, it is more of a documentary about an anime industry with couple anime like jokes.

Yes it does convey information about how a studio works practically, with the reach every member has, how the work is done and by whom, and a bit about the deadlines and time it takes to do proper work. However it's still definitely entertainment. So far, all we got was a pretty simple and kindhearted look at a random imaginary studio through a rozy lens.


So working in a middle of a night for days, almost dieing from tiredness and being forced to do tons of extra work under same deadline just cause client decided to change idea is a rosy lens?

I won't deny it's still an anime and has it's own comedy and exaggeration moments, but it's pretty solid in idea it covers.

And just for information, client changes aren't always for the best. Some of them make shots look worse. Sad truth.
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Apr 3, 5:40 PM

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So working in a middle of a night for days, almost dieing from tiredness and being forced to do tons of extra work under same deadline just cause client decided to change idea is a rosy lens?

I won't deny it's still an anime and has it's own comedy and exaggeration moments, but it's pretty solid in idea it covers.

And just for information, client changes aren't always for the best. Some of them make shots look worse. Sad truth.

It's not what is shown in the anime, as much as how it is shown. The series is accurate with its facts but always goes out of its way to show you the best outcome possible and paint people in a positive light. That's what I meant with the rozy lens comment, it's more about the tone of it.
I just disagree with it being called a documentary. To me it was more about the overall atmosphere and getting swept up in the flow of events. Rather than being a documentary about making anime, it is a story about how two particular anime series called "Exodus" and "3rd Aerial Girls Squad" were made. What it manages to show well iis that every single anime has a unique story behind it, as do the people who work on each of them.
 
Apr 8, 6:07 PM

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Whoa, this industry seems VERY strict, guess I'm somehow glad that I'm not talented enough to ever become a part of it o_o It's a bit scary when you think that people REALLY die from stress and overworking themselves to death, gosh.
 
Jul 14, 4:45 AM

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All that work to a change a 10 second scene!!

Maji risupekuto!!

 
Aug 7, 2:12 PM

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I liked how their waifu came to life.
 
Aug 13, 7:34 PM

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That retake was absolutely worth it. Miyamori had a ton of fun expressions in this episode, too. I didn't expect this show to be so binge-friendly, I thought I could be satisfied with just one episode a day, but nope. I'm feeling the magic.

HapHazrD said:
Rather than being a documentary about making anime, it is a story about how two particular anime series called "Exodus" and "3rd Aerial Girls Squad" were made. What it manages to show well iis that every single anime has a unique story behind it, as do the people who work on each of them.

Exactly. This series shows us how taxing it is to work in this industry, and how many ways a production can go wrong. It merely picks an optimistic route where things do work out in the end, where all the painstaking work ends up paying off. And well, it really is true that in the overwhelming majority of the cases, with very few exceptions, the episodes somehow manage to make it to the station on time.
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Aug 31, 2:50 PM

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This show really feels hectic to watch. It somehow really makes you feel how it may feel in the animation workplace.
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