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Peaceful_Critic Jul 13, 4:29 PM
It's sadly not fully translated, so I can't.
You make a great point there, I didn't even realize that. It's really fitting since Muguro himself is a salesman.
Peaceful_Critic Jul 13, 3:44 PM
I'm glad you liked it, the show doesn't get enough love imo. I'm not sure what to comment on when it comes to your reasoning. I don't disagree with it.
Peaceful_Critic Jul 13, 3:16 PM
Oh yeah, good point, I can totally see why now. She also throws away things others found valuable.

Btw, how did you like "The Laughing Salesman NEW"?
Peaceful_Critic Jul 13, 2:30 PM
I love how the show handled the clients as it thoroughly set up the problem and explained why they disobeyed. The show is really effective at making me care about 1 episode characters.

Which one and why?
alshu Jul 6, 8:02 AM
Could you elaborate this

Out of interesting ideas, creative slump...something like that.
Fate/Extra: Last Encore is an example.
alshu Jul 6, 4:32 AM
Gatchaman Crowds

Didn't click with me so I dropped it after 2 episodes...that was years ago maybe it is worth revisiting but know I am on nostalgic streak (pseudo nostalgic because I never watched them) with Kikou Senki Dragonar and Ghost Sweeper GS Mikami...and Mikami is winning my appreciation.

Natsu no Arashi!

Ah, such great memories for me.
Liked Shaft way better in that period...nowadays their shows look so exhausted.
alshu Jul 5, 5:03 PM
Do you know other anime you see as very political?

Always with the complicated questions
Not sure about what type of political titles you are searching but lets say in a general sense.
Let me see, from the top of my head and not bothering to check (it's kind of late here and I am sleepy) if you already watched them:
ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka
Choujikuu Seiki Orguss 02 OVA (if you can bear to watch it outside of context because the TV is very different and not that important for he OVA)
Dead Leaves (kind of has a political message too...and it's very grotesque)
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (some political stuff in it too)
Gankutsuou (not very political but full of intrigues)
Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu (you already know about it I am sure)
Some Gundams have politics but there are too many of them, maybe Gundam 00 can serve as a shortcut (it's an independent title)
Gyakusatsu Kikan
Hisone to Maso-tan (it's a weird one, more of "social issues" title)
Jin-Rou (alternative history)
Joker Game (I am not a fan of it)
Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor OVA (1988), Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor Movie 1-3 - not all of is political but definitely ep 5-6 of the OVA and Movie 2. Also skip the TV and the second OVA (it's linked to the TV not the first OVAs and the movies)
Ghost In The Shell comes as political
Manie-Manie: Meikyuu Monogatari - the last segment (it's by Katsuhiro Otomo) comes like political satire
Memories - the last two segments come like political satire
Ouritsu Uchuugun: Honneamise no Tsubasa (alternative history)
Planetes (has some elements of it)
RideBack (I am not a fan of it)
Seikai no Monshou + Seikai no Senki 1-3 (I am not a fan of it)
Terra e... (TV) (I am not a fan of it)
Toshokan Sensou
Venus Senki (kind of)
Youjo Senki
Zone of the Enders: 2167 Idolo + Zone of the Enders: Dolores, Ii (kind of)

What are some anime that have good quality art and style in your opinion?

Another big question. Not time to make a list right now but will copy -> past some old recomendations:

Afro Samurai - weird but interesting USA-Japan cooproduction

Akira - looks gorgeous, has complex world/story and vary it is influential

Azumanga Daioh - one of the arguments why you should watch daily life and slice of life anime

Baccano! - it's not a masterpiece but has great fun with some westerns tropes about mobsters, train robberies, serial killers, conspiracies ect. Also balefully animated.

Bakemonogatari - I don't like the Monogatari franchise but it's first season is fresh and weird
Batman: Gotham Knight - another interesting cooproduction. It is fun to watch Batman through the lens of various anime artists

Black Lagoon - nothing exceptional but great art and action scenes

Black Magic M-66 - you should watch this (only 48 min.) to know what to know oldfashion sci-fi action is like

Blood: The Last Vampire - this is a great pilot but the TV series went on different route

Bounen no Xamdou - weird biomecha sci-fi/fantasy drama. Similar to Eurika 7 but I like it more

Cencoroll - experimental

Concrete Revolutio: Choujin Gensou - parody/deconstruction of the superheroes but also full with symbolism political and social commentary

Cowboy Bebop

Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou - this is my favorite high school comedy and totally matches with my experiences - regardless they were in different country and different era

Dead Leaves - weird and experimental

Fate/Zero - the one Fate series that is really worth it


Full Metal Panic! - it's boring and dull but prepares you for Fumoffu and TSR

Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu - one of the best action comedies

Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid - one of the best mecha actions ever (aaand the sequel Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory is garbage)

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - OK, I don't like battle shounens but this here has nice pacing, action, worldbuilding and political conspiracies

Gankutsuou - strange futuristic retailing of The Count of Monte Cristo with some interesting twists

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun - heart-warming high school comedy and romance

Genius Party and Genius Party Beyond - experimental

Ghost in the Shell - for now there are 3 alternative worlds: movies, Stand Alone Complex and Arise. SAC goes deeper and further and Arise is considered somehow subpar but I like them all. This is the most ambitious sci-fi anime franchise I ever met.

Hachimitsu to Clover - great student life josei drama

Hakumei to Mikochi - great slice of life from the perspective of forest fairies

Heisei Tanuki Gassen Ponpoko - I am a bigger fen of Takahata then Miyazaki

Hidamari Sketch - another slice of life/daily life that can convince you to follow the genre

Hyouka - good detective and in school life title. Beautifully drawn and animated.

Jin-Rou - for the fans of alternative history and political thrillers

Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita - post apocalypse comedy mixed with slice of life and sci-fi ideas

Juubee Ninpuuchou aka Ninja Scroll - classic ronin vs demonic ninjas mystery

Kaguya-hime no Monogatari - best Takahata movie

Katanagatari - another great adaptation of a book by the author of Bakemonogatari but from different studio (White Fox instead of Shaft). Not a part of Monogatari.

Kekkai Sensen - one of Rie Matsumoto's crazy creative projects

Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor OVA + Kidou Keisatsu Patlabor Movie 1-3 - another Mamoru Oshii's unconvetional, sophisticated and beautifully drawn project. If you have bad impressions from mecha animes, this is here is totally different from what you may expect - realistic and utilitarian way of using giant anthropomorphic robots.

Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World (2003) - symbolic surrealistic stories in a world full of strange and varied societies. I like the old anime better than the new one regardless the second is closer to the original books.

Kurokami The Animation - not a fan of battle shounen but I liked this one

Kyousou Giga - another weird and entertaining project of Rie Matsumoto

Little Witch Academia (2013) - I also like Mahoujikake no Parade and the TV version but this short movie from 2013 is the best thing studio Trigger ever produced

Lupin III - this is without doubt a classic franchise but it is big,almost impossible to collect, episodic and the quality varies in very wide range. An anime that is a little bit hard to like but when you do it's with full passion. It has star moments like those too episodes from season 2 directed by Miyazaki but also can give you really dull times. Same goes for the movies and specials - great ones like Lupin III: Cagliostro no Shiro, Lupin III: Dead or Alive and Lupin III: Walther P-38 or some trash like Lupin III: Chi no Kokuin - Eien no Mermaid. (What I mean is that you should check some Top Lupin III lists before diving in). Also that typical for long going series thing - the interpretation of the MCs changes over time. Lupin is quite different and raw in Part I (the highly experimental season) but gets slowly distilled by sequel seasons and movies to the current version in Lupin III: Part V.

Macross - can be considered classic because it could compete with Gundam in the peak of it's popularity also single-handedly created the idol subculture and linked it to anime. My favorite titles from the franchise are Macross Zero and Macross Frontier.

Memories - another evidence for Katsuhiro Otomo's touch of gold

Metropolis - weird and pretty

Mushishi - conception too original to be described by words. Something like...detective show but about curеing fantasy diseases caused by fantastical mystical creatures...and it's way more deep than that.

Natsu no Arashi! - aaah the time when Shaft made great comedies

Natsume Yuujinchou - with interesting supernatural mythology based on japanese folklore and with nice metaphor for struggling real world social integration problems

Nichijou- aaah the time when KyoAny made great comedies

Nodame Cantabile - the best josei (but it's suitable for larger audience!) I ever watched. It has so many great components - charters, story, romance (I also consider it best romance) twists, expanding scope, cute nicely drawn and animated visuals and last but not least tons of trivia about classic music.

Non Non Biyori - some fans call it "The king of iyashikei". Not sure about that but it is very pretty and relaxing anime. One of the titles that demonstrates why you should watch daily life and slice of life anime.

Ouritsu Uchuugun: Honneamise no Tsubasa - for the fans of alternative history, sci-fi and military movies. Visual masterpiece.

Paprika - Satoshi Kon's brand of weirdness, trills, psychological themes and great visuals

Planetes - best space sci-fi anime I ever encountered

Rain Town - experimental

Trava + Redline Pilot + Redline - weirdness, psychedelic art and stunning animation

Robot Carnival - experimental

Roujin Z - another of Katsuhiro Otomo's experiments

Saint☆Oniisan + Saint☆Oniisan (Movie) - one of the weirdest and feel good-ests daily life/slice of life titles. Good knowledge about christian + budist mythology and symbolism, using them without being disrespectful to those religions.

Samurai Champloo

Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis - great action, art and production values. Sadly the sequel is trash.

Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou - one of the greatest daily life/slice of life animes. It's sci-fi/post apolitical/philosophical themes and beautiful visual execution make it unique. I value it higher than stuff like Made in Abyss and Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou (the anime, not the manga).

Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu - another great josei (suitable for larger audience) with quality art, characters, animation, humor, drama and plot twists.

Sketchbook: Full Color's - beautifully drawn slice of life

Soul Eater - I don't like battle shounens but this here is kind of watchable

Steamboy - Katsuhiro Otomo

Stranger: Mukou Hadan - some beautifully drawn backgrounds and stunningly animated Sengoku era battles

Suisei no Gargantia - nice sci-fi dystopia with mecha and maritime themes. The fanservice girls are annoying tho.

Summer Wars - Mamoru Hosoda movie

Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike - the only "Tales of..." that I like. It's an epic fantasy action movie from Production I.G

Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann

Tenkuu no Shiro Laputa

Tenshi no Tamago - experimental

The Animatrix - not that remarkable but it is fun to see some of the greatest anime directors gathered together.

The Big O - weir mix of different genres. A tribute to giant robots and detective noir.

Tiger & Bunny - a bit overrated and cheesy, but nice sci-fi action adventure detective series. Also an interesting treatment of the super heroes and their role in the society. Great visuals.

Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo - Mamoru Hosoda

Tokyo Godfathers - Satoshi Kon

Tonari no Totoro

Top wo Nerae 2! Diebuster - Gainax's brand of weirdness. Also Top wo Nerae 1 has great visuals and sci-fi ideas but I didn't like the melodrama.

Trigun: Badlands Rumble - I don't like Trigun's depressing mood but the movie is a nice action adventure with great visuals

Uchouten Kazoku - interesting charters and mythology, originally art

Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199 - the best remake ever. It keeps the good ideas and updates the outworn ones. Also great animations and epic space battles.

Uchuu Show e Youkoso - Masaaki Yuasa and Koji Masunari

UN-GO - somehow a fresh look at old detective formulas

Usagi Drop - great drama and slice of life about adopting and rising a child

Vampire Hunter D (2000)

Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou - nice, beautiful drawn and moody but I prefer and recommend the manga
alshu Jul 5, 5:59 AM
Do you remember examples of the humour

Nope, just that generally it looks like something for kids and certain characters actually act honest and naive but the implications of their heroics are real and complicated. This nativity is kind of funny in a dark sense. Superhero deconstruction is fun.
Plus some genuinely funny reactions.

the weird places the plot goes

Like the political situation is very complicated, secret organisations with ominous agendas, spies and provocateurs at every step, some of them changing sides.
Also references to real life events like the student revolts from the 60s or USA meddling aggressively in foreign policy.
...not your typical superhero anime.

What do you like most about the art?

It looks like standard superhero stuff but it's more cleared up and stylized - like graffiti (conceptually speaking) or political propaganda materials, really fitting the theme.
Also the animation in the impotent scenes is smooth. Great work from Bones.
alshu Jul 4, 2:03 PM
Many things - the art is crazy, its sense of humour is sick, the plot goes to weird places but the themes are serious and there are tons of political and social references.
Also it does some interesting superhero deconstruction and re-imagination.
A lot of metaphors and symbolism.

It's being a while from when I have watched it, can't give you more exact description but I remember having fun and in the same time it was thought provoking. The first season was a bit stronger.
Marc_----- Jul 1, 4:16 PM
your mum's bunghole is an isekai
Marc_----- Jun 29, 2:50 PM
where do you download shit. also /a/'s doin mami. ep 19 as of now
nahnahchan Jun 27, 7:53 PM
You're welcome safe-chan :D

You should watch that anime I swear you will like it!! ^^
Marc_----- Jun 27, 3:28 PM
Watch Creamy Mami with me rn
Marc_----- Jun 26, 4:31 PM
Yo bitch you gonna watch currently available Kokusai Eigasha roboshit?
galvion's getting subbed rn
Marc_----- Jun 26, 1:53 PM
retard. just complain about gatchaman crowds already