What is one thing this shitty industry has yet to give you? Something that you want yet for some reason it hasn't been done.
more "classic" Japanese literature adaptions like Aoi Bungaku
BB was a popular game, so the company paying for the anime likely had a lot of money to go around, along with the anime itself doing well. I wish they tracked hentai sales along with normal stuff, some of those Pixy titles must have sold in the low thousands. Even hundreds would still show up on the charts.
Manga, yes. Gon doesn't have any dialog. It has an anime adaption, but I'm not sure if it has dialog.
Cute black people doing cute black things
I'd like to see some kind of animated answer to Lolita. You never see a protagonist that's a lolicon where it isn't just played for laughs and swept under the rug when the story wants to get serious (bakemonogatari, etc.). I guess Kodomo no Jikan is almost an inversion of Lolita's scenario, but that's obviously not the same thing. It's a bit of a pipe dream expecting something like that to be animated, though, outside of some horribly low budget ero OVA. I'm sure there are a few manga that satisfy this criteria to some extent, but I doubt there's anything remotely as good or fleshed out as Lolita.
Because I'm a lolicon so I want to see something with a happy ending for someone like me?
Also there are plenty titles that even aired on TV and have shota impregnating adult woman off-screen, so you could say I want equality.
I need a reverse harem anime that isn't filled with bishounen. It's always pretty boys i.e. fruits basket and ouran.
I want an anime about a beautiful woman surrounded by well built men who are manly as all shit. They all want to marry, make love to, and support her.
Baccano is in my top ten anime of all time. I want a second season more than I've ever wanted anything anime-related.
Durarara getting a second season is like Japan shitting in my open wounds.
A world war 2 infantry anime
except the soldiers are all lolis
A serious anime set in WW2 focusing on infantry, Pacific or Europe will do
This is all there is, there is hardly any naval combat.
I think there was one shootout on land, and it was pretty nice. Why cant they focus on it?
until they realize that they're more likely to put out for each other, and then they start the slow slide into each other's buttcheeks. The woman then begins to panic, and decides to make her moves fast before the entire group of men turns into rampant homosexuals.
If it's a shounen it would be trumpet or snare
If it's shoujo flute.
The trombones would be the assholes
You would have that cool guy in the sax
Clarinets would have a nerd
You gotta have a fat guy in a tuba or french horn.
Hmm I feel like I'm missing something.
Still, I would watch this
A good, /k/-tier cute girls with guns show.
Upotte, Sabagebu, and C3-bu all fell short. SnW was the closest.
It's only seems impossible because it hasn't been allowed yet.
My top three I would want
>Jurassic Park style anime
>Band of Brothers/Saving Private Ryan type anime but with cute girls added along side males(It still be serious in the sense Band of Brothers was)
>Teen Horror style a.k.a. Nightmare on Elm Street/Jason type anime.
To add to the second one it could work either in 1940's tech or modern. It would fellow the cast from enlistment, Boot Camp, deploying, combat, and dealing with the effects of War during and after.
- a mecha show where the (female) MC is young but all the other pilots are 60+ year olds who must pilot decrepit mechs from yesteryear in order to save humanity
- a yuri show not set in middle/high school
- a Macross show powered by indie music. "Listen to my... really mellow and relaxing song!"
- a vocaloid anime
- a proper Mai Hime sequel with the characters from the original that's actually really good
Things the anime industry gave me that I didn't want:
>MD Geist II
>MD Geist: More Geist than Geist
>MD Geist: The Final Geist
i want a series about inner city gangs
not yakuza or asian gangs, i want full on american negroes shooting at each other. compton, harlem, south side of chicago, don't care where just wanna see it happen.
You're in the wrong thread but you are talking shit about my waifu.
I don't like people who do that kind of thing.
>a yuri show not set in middle/high school
I want a yuri show set in a lesbo bar from the perspective of a male bartender where the lesbos are flaming bulldykes and not attractive at all
>- a mecha show where the (female) MC is young but all the other pilots are 60+ year olds who must pilot decrepit mechs from yesteryear in order to save humanity
That sounds pretty cool. Also I want Megas XLR but as an anime.
No, because they would be a proper high-stepping marching band, not some faggy core-style band.
I said a "naturalistic portrayal", not fucking Gravitation or some shit. The reason there's no demo for it is it would just be 100% skeezy bitchy queens 100% of the time; I'd watch it, but pretty much nobody else would.
A military anime that isn't full of mechs and/or stupid shounen shit. That actually does a good job of having a two-sided moral conflict that's left up to the viewer to make up their mind about and has believable politics and intrigue (accounting for the setting).
Basically I want Legend of the Galactic Heroes but without the nineties art style and sound quality.
Why the fuck would anyone care about an acurrate portrayal of homos? The reason why yaoi or yuri is so popular is because it's based on delusions and an idealizations.
Not to say that it's boring as fuck, I'd rather watch an acurrate portrayal of marriage.
A confirmed gay MC duo that doesn't just tease for the purposes of shipping in a series that can't be classified as yaoi.
So you and I both want Urobuchi to adapt The Black Company.
Yes, this. The Minmei-esque idol will be a cute girl who works at a coffee shop and at night plays her acoustic guitar to a very empty room. However her romantic rival is a punk girl who is super edgy and cool. Combining their style of music is the key to subduing the alien threat.
The MC/pilot channels Bob Dylan and reads a lot of Kerouc and Ginsberg. Everybody wears flannels and beanies.
This is the OP: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OG72H5PcGg0
Bon Iver does the ED: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWcyIpul8OE
It all takes place in a city based on Reykjavik, Iceland.
>accurate portrayal of marriage
I'd rather watch a series based on a successful marriage between two people happily in love rather than a bitter couple passive aggressively spending time with each other.
>I'd rather watch a series based on a successful marriage between two people happily in love rather than a bitter couple passive aggressively spending time with each other.
Most marriages end up being like half and half. I think that'd be an interesting show to watch, follow three couples through the trials and tribulations of their marriage and how they interact.
An anime about cute engineer girls doing cute engineering things.
But that would require animators to not be retarded, mindless wage slave monkeys. Oh well.
I love the idea.
Most romances in manga end up being based on idealizations and delusions more than anything else regardless.
Plus a heterosexual romance is something your average reader can identify with far more easily.
Can you name another anime director who would be willing to put in the time to capture the bleakness of that story? We just need him to get his Madoka mojo back. You want gritty over-the-top violence? You want weird, creepy, flashy nonsensical magic?
You want a sappy love-story followed by a moment of self-awareness about how stupid sappy love-stories are?If you only ever adapt the first book (and there's no reason to believe that it'd do well enough commercially to warrant adapting the rest of the first trilogy) you can even get away with some kawaii-desu Darling shenanigans.
Eventually, my friend. Surely there has to be SOME engineering otaku there?
I genuinely can't name another writer who could tackle that without going full edgemeister no.
I'm just genuinely such a huge TMfag that I hold a grudge against him for Fate/Zero bieng bad and fucking with canon.
I guess what I'd really want is for there to be zero chance of there being a bisexual involved, because that always gives them the easy out of introducing a female with the potential to wreck things. No.6 further cockteased with the ridiculous ending that amounted to nothing, so even IF Nezumi wasn't canonically bi, we'll never fucking know because he ditched Shion to go wander in the wastelands instead of settling in with him.
A cyberpunk distopia anime based on the Paranoia P&P RPG. Basically a world that's so nonsensical and grim you can't help but laugh at the arbitrary and stupid suffering everyone endures on a daily basis.
Spaceship and planetary management AIs running the show, viewed from the perspective of heavily augmented humans.
Sort of slice of life. Except that their daily life would be awe-inspiring in almost every aspect.
Sequels to Strait Jacket. It looked so much like a prequel, you can actually wonder where is the main serie
Well then maybe we should get Trigger on it? I wasn't a huge fan of KlK, but that's mostly because I think it took to long to get where it was going. LWA was pretty based, and I think they'd handle a six episode miniseries pretty well.
>Plus a heterosexual romance is something your average reader can identify with far more easily.
As a gay person who identifies plenty well with most het romances I really don't think that would be an issue. Mind you this isn't about pushing my gay agenda or what have you, I just see no reason why it couldn't be done well. If I can identify with most dramatized romances then I'm sure straight people can do the same.
Expansive world building
Full use of artistic freedom offered by the medium
Less high school settings
Too bad anime the way it is now is far too expensive for returns. If it was a more popular industry I'm sure we'd be able to fill niches but until then we have the global niche of my penis.
a anime thats about the future where lolis are the new foot soldiers and everyone thinks its all about cute lolis doing cute wartime shit . then after the bootcamp arc it throws them into a literal meat grinder siege. like Verdun and Stalingrad had a horrible meat grinder baby that from every orifice spewed the mutilated corpses of lolis.
And then through out the series you watch the joy and love leave their souls as they see more and more heinous acts of war.
>A yakuza story crime drama.
A moe yakuza boss. She has the delusion that she's all tough and delivers blood-chilling stares and such. In reality her minions just can't resist her puppy dog stares and unbearable cuteness. Same goes for negotiations and such.
On the flip side the criminal element she deals with are brutal criminals, but whatever heinous acts they commit for her, she always learns of it in a way that portrays them as men of honor and gentlemen thieves.
As a third perspective, she is viewed by the police as the oblivious little sister of the second-in-command who officially runs their legal front business.
You could probably make a series where the harem is just a side plot and the main plot is good and the harmettes actually make a good, cooperating team and MC actually is a cool guy who cares about all the girls.
This is only tangentially related, but a while ago there was an anime idea thread and somebody came up with a show called Mama Mia Moe about an Italian restaurant run by moe girls. Then I wrote up a whole post about every character in the restaurant, naming each character after pasta dishes with Mama Mia (your stereotypical Italian "mama") running the whole thing.
Then somebody else had a plot about the yakuza coming over to intimidate them but it was actually just a bunch of little kids and a talking dog or something.
More along the lines of a mecha series. Hotblooded MC and girls that pull their own weight. Throw in a mechanic girl and a bridge bunny who actually does useful logistics and such.
Harem antics are relegated to off-duty hours which take maybe 20% of the show's time. During missions they are're all buddy-buddy and have each other's backs.
Danganronpa was another mystery show I really liked. It's kind of episodic in that they are solving a different murder every time but it's also their group getting picked down one by one. Really enjoyed it.
Yeah, I'm nearing the end of Dennou Coil and I'm really enjoying it. In terms of lighter mystery Shinsekai Yori is another good choice. Almost the entire show is spent having the viewer not completely understand the shows world until the very end.
Gunbuster is full of fanservice, retard.
An anime based on the Old World of Darkness setting.
The sequel to Char's Counterattack. Amuro and Char don't die, but crashland in Bangkok in the 80s, become cops and fight together against the criminal underworld of Thailand.
It'll be called UC Vice.
At the end of the show, Amuro wakes up and realises that the whole thing was a dream while he was in a coma. He shares his room at the hospital with Char.
No because if the writers could relate they wouldn't be employed.
And if the writers could relate, they wouldn't be able to address the problems because then they wouldn't be NEET
What is with people in this thread asking for paradoxical shit? Explain this to me.
That logic is disturbingly flawed. A NEET isn't a NEET for life. And if a NEET started writing for an anime, that means that his problems were adressed in real life, he has a job now.
Are you trying to imply it's impossible to understand how other people feel or think without having experienced their lifestyles first hand? Or that a NEET need be a NEET forever?
But that never ends well for little girls
Cat Soup. Movie with zero dialogue. Really neat gem too.
But I want little anime girls to be happy
A series about ACTUAL ninjas, not just people with supernatural powers or ridiculous fighting ability, I mean realistic ninjas that actually stick to what being a ninja was about. That would be cool
Neither. The technology brings the people things we can only dream of today but on the other hand the governing AIs are practically omniscient, manage all of society and steer humans like puppets at times if they deem it necessary although they try to avoid doing so because they know it could lead to resent.
Benevolent skynet. It's creepy but well-meaning.
It's kinda necessary if a kid could build an antimatter generator from spare parts and blow a hole into a city block.
>the governing AIs are practically omniscient, manage all of society and steer humans like puppets
Interesting, this seems like a new concept in mediums other than manga/anime.
That being said wouldn´t you think that this could bore the audience after a while? What conflict could a person possibly have in this scenario that would hold the interest of someone today? Would the MC be fighting to free himself from the tentacles of control of the AI?
Also, is this something that you wished happened in the future?
capcha 329 wouldban
Not enough Space Opera anime
More university/post-grad comedies and drama.
Tatami Galaxy is the only anime I can think of even set in a university setting. It's all high school kids, going to the KONBINI after school and doing homework around THE TRADITIONAL JAPANESE KOTATSU.
An anime about the constant fight between pirates and a company with the mentally of gene simmons in a world were people consider piracy as bad as raping your average loli, shit'll be full of asspulls and keikaku doori so the company doesn't have so much advantage.
Are you serious? I loved Fate/Zero. Putting his name on a work is the easiest way to get me to watch it, and the only one that has really disappointed me was Gargantia.
Gaim, A/Z and all the others (Well, except Blassreiter) I really liked.
>That being said wouldn´t you think that this could bore the audience after a while?
Yes, that's the difficult part post-singularity science fiction.
What does a society do that has solved current problems? What do its citizens do? What are their goals?
I guess we could assume that people are nearly immortal that point. So I guess each episode could jump forwards by dozens or even hundreds of years while still following the same characters. Any goals would be extremely long-term goals.
Like shoveling away a comet that's going to collide with their asteroid complex in 300 years. Not really critical, but someone has to do it eventually.
And even though they have all this fantastic technology mega-projects still take time. So sudden, unexpected changes are still a problem if they require massive responses.
>What conflict could a person possibly have in this scenario that would hold the interest of someone today?
Do we in developed countries really conflicts to master? Remember that it's mostly meant as an futuristic slice of life. Of course some over-arching plot happening in the background is still useful to make it interesting but it shouldn't dominate every aspect of the show
>Would the MC be fighting to free himself from the tentacles of control of the AI?
No, the AIs are part of how humankind works at that time. You don't fight it any more than you would fight having tap water and electricity in your home today.
When I say it's creepy or controlling then that's from the viewer's perspective. For people living there it's an integral part of society and part of what enabled them to get to that point.
No-one would watch that. I want a Gundam series which is all about the horrors of war, where the main character isn't a peacenik faggot like the ones we've been getting recently.
Make him a teenager, yes, but make him a cool one who hates the enemy. Later he mellows out, but the story is about a war where there's no Deus Ex Machina bullshit like singing princesses or naked telepathy to solve the problems.
Sort of like the 08th MS Team, without the Romeo and Juliet subplot. But with more deaths and an apocalyptic ending. Alternatively, something like the Front Mission: Dog Style manga would be great.
I want a seriously gritty real robot series, with no copouts. Give it Unicorn's animation, but without Unicorn's bullshit.
Japs hate college. Their highschool years are like our college years. You know, after you finish your soul crushing academic life you move on to the big leagues of soul crushing academic life to then get to your soul-crushing job.
A magical girl series where the main character is basically Kamen Rider meets Tuxedo Mask. A cool guy with great love interests, so that both sides of the equation are covered.
But mostly, I want a magical girl series where male characters aren't powerless, with a male MC prominently featured. No yuri, please.
If the series is dark and generally adult-themed, that's a bonus too.
What you say reminds me a lot of pic related, have you heard about it before? And if not then what story or idea/concept inspired you to think about something like that?
No I haven't heard of it.
As for inspiration, I would say I can piece it together from reading various speculative essays of futurists and scifi writers e.g. things on post-scarcity by charles stross, friendly AI, big data, failure modes of democracy etc.
Ian Banks' Culture series and the To The Stars madoka fanfic also come to mind, although I'm not very fond of how humans work in The Culture, they're to a quite some extent a hedonistic, self-absorbed pile of petty humans given lots of shiny high tech toys. I guess it's supposed to make them relateable, but I don't really like them as characters. The AIs playing long-term chessmaster games on the other hand are fun to read.
17 episode Shoujo/Slice of life animu about a highschool guy who falls in love with an older woman (and vice versa),
yes I mean an actual/proper Milf, not some 25+ something slut,probably around his mother's age would be perfect (35-45 years of age)
A straight up crime drama in some kind of cyberpunk setting. Not GitS paramilitary badasses, not Dominion Tank Police antics, not Psycho Pass full on dystopia with lots of quoting philosophy, just something more in the style of maybe Law & Order or something.
>In 10 years only the characters will be hand drawn
I'd say it's great if they keep drawing the characters by hand, since that's the most important part of the show. CG, no matter how good, won't look the same. Everything else looks fine even with CG and photo tracing for things like backgrounds.
There are so many things wrong with it.
First of all "money based economy" vs. "resource based economy" seems like a red herring. It doesn't make sense as a distinction. Money is ultimately only a token for value assigned to things. It essentially serves the purpose of decentralized resource allocation since centrally managing them is more or less unfeasible.
And "there is not enough money for..." is not an issue either. First of all, money as a fiat currency can just be printed en masse. So the amount of money is irrelevant. It's willingness of those who own the money (and thus by proxy the resources and labor it represents) not seeing it as a good investment (efficient allocation).
In other words people in charge think there are more important things to do with everyone's labor and available resources.
And quite devoid of content, it's like a fuzzy mission statement but ends with saying things like "The Venus Project Concludes that ..." without allowing the reader to follow the conclusion in any way. It makes my snakeoil detectors ring like Big Ben on the full hour.
As for the design: It looks cheesy. The CG graphics, the way it's formatted.
>tfw none of the movie adaptions did the count of monte cristo justice
Either they fuck up the character arc of desmond, they never have the dialogue between villefort and the count or they leave out some if the count his eerie perfectionism (being on time, showing perfect manners, etc.)
>Chemical Engineer-san optimizing huge distillation column, shows drafts to Mechanical Engineer-san to choose what steel type it will be made of (corrosion etc.), wall thickness, what pumps and heaters can be used to power it etc.
>They optimize the fuck out of it, thinking lewdly about this erect, long, thick column processing huge amounts of hot, gooey naphta
>Once project is more or less finished they go through safety measure in case of overpressure, overheating etc. and add complicated PID regulation systems with several loops to ensure perfect process efficiency
>A potential overfilling and discharge from top gives them lewd ideas
>"D-Did we just make a huge d-d-"
>"You mean d-distillation column?"
Cute girls doing operating things.
I said cute operating things. Not playing trumpet. Like cute kurd girls operating in north iraq
A 50+ episode show about Warhammer 40k, covering the horus heresy, made by I.G, with all the budget in the world
Wakamoto as the Emperor, and Nakata as Horus
Until this comes out I'm not going to rest easily in a grave.
One thing the Anime industry hasn't given me that I want eh?
How about fucking animating Uniel, or at least making a goddamn manga out of it? That'd be fucking nice french-bread you cock suckers.
I meant actually falling and rolling backwards by accident and then scrambling to get out of the way before getting trampled.
Shit happened to me. They don't stop for anything.
Even just an OVA.
Ideally, Kyoto Animation doing a movie. They could even bookend it with the audio drama just to give it more content. So the old man arrives at the encampment, collapses. Then it goes back in time, shows some of the history, the wars and the lunar battles. Then the story of Planetarian, the ending, then flashforward to the audio drama again where he shows the kids his makeshift Planetarian, before
dying and going to see his robot
>Season3 spice and wolf
>New season of Natsume Yuujinchou
>New season of you're favorite anime
>No finishing of Gintama
>No finishing of Glass no kamen desu ga
>No finishing of Medaka box
>No finishing of Humanity has declined
>No startup / remake of Claymore - done properly all the way through, becoming the next in line for "big 3" title.
that's stretching it a bit far, but fuck me if I wouldn't literally give an arm and a leg to see this happen, as long as it's not my fapping arm
>Forgets manga entirely
>No Adaptation of Onani Master Kurosawa
>No Adaptation of OPM.
>No Adaptation of Kiba no Tabishounen
>No Adaptation of Shut Hell
if you weren't stupid you'd realize by now that half the "magic" in most shows is just censored engineering.
censored in the sense that the authors-readers don't know shit about it so its "magic"
yes anime is that shallow
Well yeah. They thought they were doing so good until the US war machine ground into gear and showed them how lacking they were when faced with someone who could actually fight.
No offense to the Britbongs out there, but you had some horrible commanders with no nerve.
An adaptation of Kenji, that's all I want ;_;
Dem potentially glorious fight scenes tho bruh
I'll wait when there will be a Warhammer Fantasy anime.
So far, there is currently a 40K manga out there called Death Struct. Sadly the anon that got his copy is still looking for cleaners and translators, and the pixiv version has only 3 pages.
Still, Japanese Comitek rules.
Cute Suicidesoldiers killing cute things in tanks while making knockknock jokes
A female sports anime.
No ecchi shit, no pandering shit, no moe kawaii uguu. An actual serious hotblooded shounen sports show. Only with a cast consisting of girls. Essentially a genderbent Haikyuu, Yowamushi Pedal, shounen sports show #143.
It's been a humble wish of mine. ;_;
>MC driving the tsundere into the dere dere spectrum day one
well that would be amazing. Also I guess in grisaia the MC is kinda like that, he just doesnt give a fuck and banters back rather than taking it like a bitch
Saya, Planetarian and Fran are the thinks that make me wonder why they haven't been done.
except there aren't any REAL tsunderes in that show. Also he would just block their attack and let them go. ALSO fuck that guy he didn't even fuck the red head after seeing her touch herself in his bed and asked to be his girfriend
>becoming a bf of some nutcase that throws herself at you
she is either a succubus from the netherworld that wants your lifeforce or she is a nutcase, and you know what they say, never stick your dick in crazy.
But aside from that he is quite fucked in the head himself (although it isnt obvious at first) making him hesitate from getting close.
>someone who could actually fight
>Britbongs [...] had some horrible commanders with no nerve
Not like we were any better when WE had some horrible commanders with no brains.
Or why isn't there some MC who has a fetish with feet.
Why isn't this a reality, though?
Does hentai anime really sell so badly that is is more profitable to make a 12+ episode series and sell between 1000 and 10000 copies than making ONE good porn episode and selling it at a premium?
Anime whose main cast is 35+, including the women.
Yuri anime with important male characters who aren't love rivals or villains, just chill bros checking out girls together with their lesbian best friends.
>A harem series that ends with the MC dumping everyone and hooking up with his bro.
My dream is to see a perfect live action Claymore TV series
1) highest production quality, visual is as good as big budget A list Hollywood movies, acting and music and sound effect are all top quality
2) all the girls that played Claymore must be beautiful
3) follow the manga faithfully, except for one change, change Raki into a less annoying character
Cute girls doing cute educational things.
>"I-I bought stocks when the newspapers told the market was good and because of that I am not making a profit! Doushio~" -
>"Silly MC! Everyone knows that giving your government too much power is neither desirable or healthy!"
>"Kami-sama is already dead. We can only depend on ourselves"
>Anime whose main cast is 35+, including the women.
GITS, Patlabor and maybe Tiger & Bunny might count (the really young characters are few and unimportant).
>Yuri anime with important male characters who aren't love rivals or villains, just chill bros checking out girls together with their lesbian best friends.
/u/fags would still throw a fit. They can't stomach any guys around their yuri for some reason.
Since 3-5 minute shorts have become so popular, I'd like to see a studio dump a lot of time and money so that each short has excellent animation, music and direction. I feel like it would be possible cuz, ya know, it's only 5 minutes a week.
You know this shit is the only thing that would actually work
An anime about Mecha pilots fighting for the Empire against the
The Empire only has shitty, combustion powered, mass produced Mecha (Cockpits are Gunbuster style with lots of switches, buttons etc), more like walking gun platforms. The Collective has sleek, alien, Gundam-style mechas that run rings around one Empire Mecha. So, the Empire fight back with overwhelming numbers or orbital bombardment.
The anime would follow a fire team of Empire pilots, surviving the front-lines and waiting for the much discussed peace treaty to be finalised (It's just a ploy to assassinate the Collective's leaders when the treaty is signed).
Character development, tragedy, war is hell.
A Zack Morris type character.
I don't think the Japanese even have a concept for a character like that.
>more anime like Shiki
>A mecha anime with combined arms, squad tactics and really gritty warfare. I would imagine something like 'Fury' with mecha.
She doesn't have a belly. She's more like a parody of a chubby girl. She's just a skinny girl with a super fat ass and rack.
Also, I assumed OP was talking about the anime industry, not whatever the fuck Nitro+ is.
I finally realized why this sounds so familiar, it's kind of a sci-fi version of The Giver. Instead of a small group of people making choices for everyone, it's AI in control. Still a cool idea though.
This. Tanks and jets and infantry. It would need a good premise to work, though. Like the mechs are ancient alien technology and even though they're retarded and shitty, the poor Rebel Army can't afford real weapons so they have to use alien mechs.
Seikon no Qwaser, but with girls' piss instead of their breastmilk.
It's still not an anime though, right? OP used Ninja Scroll so he meant anime.
Also, I don't agree with you. Maybe fat by /a/'s standards, but I'm pretty sure she would be in the healthy BMI range if it weren't for her heavy udders.
SoL about cute girls running their own professional SuperGT racing team.
>Ditzy twins are the 'race queens'
>Tomboy mechanic who gets noticably aroused by the sound of powerfully revving engines
>Violent tsundere as the race driver who argues a lot and drives more aggressively than everyone in the team wants them to
>Serious megane who puts everyone off by talking about aero and other stuff to silly detail
with subtle references to fujioshi inspirations for her designs
>Genki livery designer who keeps making things fluffier and cuddlier than they should be including a pink fur steering wheel cover, much to the distain of everyone but the driver and race queens
I would watch the shit out of it.