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Slice of Life Anime 'Slow Start' Announces Additional Cast Members

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Dec 26, 2017 7:35 AM
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The Niconico live show for the Slow Start TV anime held on Tuesday has announced additional cast members along with a new preview. The cast members that were announced are Hana Ichinose's parents. The anime will broadcast on Sundays at 12:30 a.m. via Tokyo MX, Tochigi TV, Gunma TV, BS11, followed by TV Aichi and Kansai TV starting on January 7, 2018. Online streaming sites such as Niconico Live and Abema TV will also stream the anime.

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Hazuki Ichinose: Yoko Hikasa (Monster Hunter anime series)
Takeru Ichinose: Rikiya Koyama (the Ushio to Tora (TV) series)

Additionally, a video-inclusive radio show will stream via A&G+ every Sunday afternoon starting January 7, 2018. Seiyuu Reina Kondou (Hana Ichinose) will host the web radio. A special show will be broadcast to explain the anime's premise on New Year's Eve. The first episode will be available for pre-streaming on dTV and on Periscope on January 4, 2018 with cast and staff members also appearing for a talk show.

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Dec 26, 2017 9:45 AM
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And there are people still complaining about the studio MAPPA and Studio Wit: A-1 Pictures has practically 3 animes per season to perform. This is alarming. lol
 
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Dec 26, 2017 10:38 AM
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Meh look like shit. This the only bad show from A-1 in winter

ronie91 said:
And there are people still complaining about the studio MAPPA and Studio Wit: A-1 Pictures has practically 3 animes per season to perform. This is alarming. lol


From when did Studio Wit make 3 anime per season ?! Most of the time they make only 1 anime per season. Winter 2018 they will have two. Mahoutsukai no Yome 2nd half and a new anime

A-1 will have 4 anime in winter 2018 (if you count Darling in the FranXX)
 
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Dec 26, 2017 11:18 AM
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Meh look like shit. This the only bad show from A-1 in winter

ronie91 said:
And there are people still complaining about the studio MAPPA and Studio Wit: A-1 Pictures has practically 3 animes per season to perform. This is alarming. lol


From when did Studio Wit make 3 anime per season ?! Most of the time they make only 1 anime per season. Winter 2018 they will have two. Mahoutsukai no Yome 2nd half and a new anime

A-1 will have 4 anime in winter 2018 (if you count Darling in the FranXX)


Studio Wit will have many productions next year. But many people do not see the dates of each one, and conclude that the studio will do everything at once and that, therefore, will harm some of its productions. I've seen people praise the fact that A-1 Pictures does several series a season, and outsources a good deal of them to other studios. Compared to Wit, who does a job each season, A-1 Pictures studio exaggerates a lot. The MAPPA studio does 2 per season sometimes. But it does not even compare to A-1 Pictures.

That's what I meant. About DarliFra I think it will not be a problem, since the studio Trigger will be practically carrying the series in the back.
 
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Dec 26, 2017 2:09 PM

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It looks so plain like hinako note.
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Dec 26, 2017 4:08 PM
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Hmm still looking forward to this to be honest.

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It looks so plain like hinako note.


Tho Hinako Note wasn't that bad honestly. It was alright.
 
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ronie91 said:
And there are people still complaining about the studio MAPPA and Studio Wit: A-1 Pictures has practically 3 animes per season to perform. This is alarming. lol
A1 pictures is basically a warehouse more than a set studio like the other studios u mentioned. its a place where aniplex just gathers a ton of staff to make anime.

there is no point comparing a1's model to anyone else.
 
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moodie said:
ronie91 said:
And there are people still complaining about the studio MAPPA and Studio Wit: A-1 Pictures has practically 3 animes per season to perform. This is alarming. lol
A1 pictures is basically a warehouse more than a set studio like the other studios u mentioned. its a place where aniplex just gathers a ton of staff to make anime.

there is no point comparing a1's model to anyone else.

Basically they're freelancers mostly so its hard to compared a freelance studio to a studio that has already an established team, etc.
 
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ronie91 said:
And there are people still complaining about the studio MAPPA and Studio Wit: A-1 Pictures has practically 3 animes per season to perform. This is alarming. lol
A1 pictures is basically a warehouse more than a set studio like the other studios u mentioned. its a place where aniplex just gathers a ton of staff to make anime.

there is no point comparing a1's model to anyone else.


Yeah, that's the kind of rumor I was talking about. I'll tell you why this rumor is not always right, and that even A-1 Pictures having Aniplex behind them, that does not make it invulnerable: you've already watched Occultic; Nine? Or Qualidea Code? If so, or if not, I can assure you that these two jobs are a sample of just how wrong this rumor is! If you have not seen either, I'll just let you know the situation: in October of the year, A-1 Pictures had 2 animes running at the same time, being one of those Occultic; Nine. The series was horribly directed, but it was incredibly lively.

Qualidea Code was an original A-1 Pictures, whose script was created by two prestigious authors of Light Novels. Aside from the script being an infernal mess, the technical quality was the same as Pierrot's studio after 50 episodes of Naruto. Which makes ironic the title of the series "Qualidea".

In 2016 A-1 Pictures released nine anime's, each of them in different seasons. In a survey they look something like this:

January: 2

April: 1

July: 2

August: 1

October: 3

From this list the worst were Occultic; Nine and Qualidea Code, being one badly directed and the other totally messed up in the script part and technically awful!
 
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ronie91 said:
A1 pictures is basically a warehouse more than a set studio like the other studios u mentioned. its a place where aniplex just gathers a ton of staff to make anime.

there is no point comparing a1's model to anyone else.


Yeah, that's the kind of rumor I was talking about. I'll tell you why this rumor is not always right, and that even A-1 Pictures having Aniplex behind them, that does not make it invulnerable: you've already watched Occultic; Nine? Or Qualidea Code? If so, or if not, I can assure you that these two jobs are a sample of just how wrong this rumor is! If you have not seen either, I'll just let you know the situation: in October of the year, A-1 Pictures had 2 animes running at the same time, being one of those Occultic; Nine. The series was horribly directed, but it was incredibly lively.

Qualidea Code was an original A-1 Pictures, whose script was created by two prestigious authors of Light Novels. Aside from the script being an infernal mess, the technical quality was the same as Pierrot's studio after 50 episodes of Naruto. Which makes ironic the title of the series "Qualidea".

In 2016 A-1 Pictures released nine anime's, each of them in different seasons. In a survey they look something like this:

January: 2

April: 1

July: 2

August: 1

October: 3

From this list the worst were Occultic; Nine and Qualidea Code, being one badly directed and the other totally messed up in the script part and technically awful!
ya if u ignore the good shows they made of course things will look bad

This year alone they had TV shows that were top notch in terms of animation forget ur personal taste.

Granblue Fantasy had amazing line art and smooth animation also they employed some Wit and Ufotable staff members on this.

Eromanga-sensei had a ton of webgen animators who did wonderful character acting animation.

Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata Flat maintains in quality and continued to be stunning proof that it was a production miracle the director storyboarded the entire season. This is extremely rare considering the series director hardly has more than 1 storyboard in his show.

Fate/Apocrypha's second half had the strongest line up of animators this decade has seen getting praise from the entire anime industry in japan and other staff members.

Blend S and The Idolmaster Side M i put together to make things short targets their own demography and doesnt drop in quality.

A1 Pictures has improved but they obv dont have a perfect record. It isnt about how many series they make in season because NONE OF THE STAFF CLASHES.
 
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I can relate, and the PV now looks super cute, I'm still excited for this!
 
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Official PV Link (Since It Has Been Replaced w. "Illegal" (There's a Danger That It Would Get Deleted in the Future) Yet Workable YouTube Link): https://twitter.com/slosta_anime/status/945687415447896064
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Well, hana parents previously met together in jitsu wa watashi wa as shiragami parents and both of the anime have a daughter, too (yoko hikasa and rikiya koyama were played in both anime and they have a daughter)