>get 4 times the money you wanted
>give hints you'll make a ful series
>nah actually is just 40 minutes
People got tricked hard.
KLK had an abysmal budget.
When Trigger gets money thrown at them they get shit done.
I know right? And to think /a/ had the galls to make fun of reddit for funding another KS anime.
>yfw all the budget is actually going to Inferno Cop season 2
>scammed by backing Under the Dog
The anime is still getting made. By Kinema, aka the studio that has been on board and really in charge right from the beginning. CIA was more of a producer, i.e. more about the admin/corporate side of things. The actual creative control hasn't really changed.
If you want to make fun of the UTD fags, at least make fun of them with the right facts (of which there are plenty).
>mfw under the dog will end up of bestiality live action due "creative differences"
>behind the sheer amount of sackriding that it got
There are too many Gainax fans. Trigger has former Gainax employees. Imaishi, a former gainax employee, directed dead leaves, the notorious Inferno cop and TTGL. LWA was cute of course the sequel would be crowdfunded.
Under the dog on the hand, is being made by a no name group of peopl, panders to "mature audiences" then stole the crowdfunding for their idea anime.
>kickstarter threads full of shitposting
>playing favorites with studios and shitposting about them
>calling anything you oppose autistic
>blaming things on reddit boogeyman
>deconstructing things frame-by-frame to nitpick
How is /a/ different from /v/ again?
I'm quite happy with my LWA2 pledge, just as I was quite happy with my Time of Eve and Bubblegum Crisis pledges.
First-hundred-to-do-so crew represent?
>give hints you'll make a ful(sic) series
Are you retarded? I don't recall ever reading, hearing or seeing anything like that. It was always "let's make a 2nd episode - longer".
I would be completely fine with that.
It's because you have shit taste.
>give hints you'll make a full series
When the fuck did this happen? They even said they didn't have the time or manpower to make a full series after seeing how much money they made in just a few hours.