When they did concerts in Love Live, was that stuff actually happening? It would take a lot of setup work and money for the production of those videos and I don't think a bunch of high school girls could muster that themselves. Also who exactly runs the idol industry in the Love Live world? There was a store selling materials of the girls, seemingly without their permission but they weren't upset.
Am I just thinking too deeply about this?
Maki produced everything.
>There was a store selling materials of the girls, seemingly without their permission but they weren't upset.
Yeah, that part actually made no sense.
Besides that, the fact that Maki is able to produce the music by herself also doesn't make sense.
I had always figured the production of their live stage stuff was from whatever event they had gotten to, unless you mean the music videos that aren't in the anime, which wouldn't be canon until they are shown performing it like Snow Halation in the second season.
You're thinking to much. Just enjoy it
>Besides that, the fact that Maki is able to produce the music by herself also doesn't make sense.
Maki can do that. she might have known and worked with producer friends off-screen too
I suppose I can suspend my disbelief that far, but u's, as well as its sub-units have some seriously intricate songs, that spread across different music styles.
On the other hand, Kotori's ability to design the costumes is a bit more believable, if not entirely so.
Way to ignore his argument which also made sense. You're also retarded if you can't ignore one of several ships.
Maki, Kotori and Umi literally keep the group alive. The rest seem to just freeload off the fame and hard work, unless it's mentioned that they contribute something more than just performing at concerts.
No argument: the post.
>Instead I'll rewrite his post and cleverly change a few words, I so smart!!
Also if you're letting a shipping pair in an idol anime bother your enjoyment of the show you're either extremely autistic or idol anime are just not for you.
I'm pretty sure they all write lyrics, that was the point of their camping trip, wasn't it?
Also if you're going to talk of their "importance" than you're forgetting that Eli choreographs their dances. As for Umi, she does manage a lot of their physical training.
what caught me as odd with Love-Live was that, because it was supposed to be light-hearted and fluffy, it didn't really show the realities of nine girls with different personalities sometimes not being on the same page.
and you'd think, out of the nine, there's bound to be one or two of them who seem to lag behind.
take Nozomi, for example, who was just a shrine maiden or something. Eli used to be a ballerina, so she'd be a natural for performance, but how can Nozomi just seamlessly sing and dance on a whim of 'oh, you need a ninth member, I want to join, sure' without it being shown how much effort she put in to be able to do that?
I thought the "training arc" in the beginning of the first season was pretty well done. Being an idol is work, and the show expressed that.
I thought it was pretty realistic until mu's whipped out A-grade lighting and soundstage equipment at the end of the first season.
I can see A-RISE having great tech/support staff, but mu's literally pulls their lighting and stage out of their collective asses.
>It would take a lot of setup work and money for the production of those videos and I don't think a bunch of high school girls could muster that themselves.
It's like asking how Koroti found time to design, and create outfits for all 9 muses constantly while still going to school, eating, sleeping and shitting. She would've needed a whole sweat shop just to get all of them done in time before each show. You just go along with it and pretend it's normal.