>Making good anime
I'm genuinely surprised.
I find their work very hit and miss but the hits are very good. I also give them props for consistently creating original anime when shitty LN adaptations seem to be increasingly standard.
apology for poor englis
where were you when miuna dies
i was drowning at sea when the ena came
'hii-kun ga suki'
The majority of their works at least manage to break the Manabi line, some can even be considered small successes.
But yes, I also find it quite mysterious how they maintain such consistent animation quality despite working with what I would imagine wouldn't be an enormous budget. Regardless, I hope they keep doing what they do, the world needs more anime originals.
>PA Works will never make a crossover of their original works
PA Works never rests and they are already working in their second big success. Original production, of course.
>Hana Iro has better drama
Hanasaku was all shit tier melodrama, just like all other Mari Okada bullshit. Shirobako at least feels grounded, and doesn't throw up drama purely for the sake of doing so.
Little Busters was probably one of the lower selling Key shows. Regardless of script quality, I'm expecting the visuals (which were so rough in LB) to push this up into silly street.
Really? So you don't get the standard Japanese narrative deployment of fantasy exaggeration and take those scenes literally? And you don't get the meta of high frame rate action sequences in an anime about the anime production industry for which such sequences represent the highest expression of the art? Too bad, you're missing out.