Will we ever have a stylistic return to the trashy anime of the 80s and early 90s?
Are otaku too sensitive these days?
A lot of the sci fi anime of the 70s and 80s were influenced by shit like the Space Race and the Osaka Expo. It'd probably take a major breakthrough in technology to get a spark for the genre again.
>Will we ever have a stylistic return to the trashy anime of the 80s and early 90s?
No because those anime were fucking shit and that was a period in which Japs had way too much money to deal with
Yeah that really makes me sad. Sometimes I think Sci-Fi is a doomed genre that will never return to prominence again, just like Wild West and Cowboy stuff died out here in burgerland decades ago.
China or some other country with a bone to pick with the US needs to try and make a space elevator so the US can reignite a second space race or something.
I'm fine without the poofy hair. I just wish anime wasn't all lolicon or had ridiculous levels of sameface between every single character and across anime (it's like every single studio is using the same artstyle right now...which is everyone has the facial features of a 5 year old.)
As long as we get back that gritty (and I don't mean the cheesy everything is dark-muh-soul so evallll! kind) 90s vibe, I'm fine with a few anime having floofy hair. I'll make that compromise.
As much as I actually do like the modern art style at the moment (defined lips are fucking awesome), older styles were much better suited to having older characters actually look older, but it still is fine for lolis also. I mean shit, Lemon People was what really kicked off loli popularity in the 80s and they were still cute when they weren't too analogous to proper biology.
The only thing that the 80s and 90s didn't do right was make cute panties, even the 80sfag that I am cannot reconcile that.
Industrial Metal appeals to my fascination for fascist aesthetics and theatrical violence in a way punk never will.
>not voting for the CNK
lel, enjoy all those color movies getting released and driving small grey cars.
>Instead, they made incredibly sexy swimwear and gym outfits.
>All those high cut swimsuits and gym wear
I just want advanced technology in amine to turn away from super clean all touch-screen driven affairs. I want greasy throttles, gauges, pedals, and switches back. I know the japs love their phones though.
People always think in the future space ships and shit like that will look like giant goofy macbook airs.
Really most people would probably have to fly in ghetto ass metal death traps on some form.
I still got a boner anyway, high cut is pure sex
Meant to post this pic before in >>121899751 just couldn't find it.
I hope if they do it's more natural feeling and less tryhard like Mardock and the upcoming Ninja Slayer. What you'll never get back is the analog look, no grain filter is going to mimic it.
I honestly have some hope that they can get at least a little close. The filter G-Reco uses to make the lines look broken and rough like cel art is a good start.
Also, 80s style can look good in the digital age, too. Gundam Unicorn finds a nice balance between the old art style and modern production for characters.