I can't into moon runes when's the air date?
>why animate it when we can STREEEETCH it?
The building collapsing takes up less than 1 second of screentime and is part of the promo footage for an anime that's not coming out for more than a year. They probably haven't even started production yet, and only slapped together those fragments of scenes to have something other than words and manga stills to stuff into a minute long pv.
I doubt that scene makes it into the anime without a retake, and even if it does it's a 1/2 second cut.
People talking about 'highlights' and whatnot don't seem to understand the process here.
I love it, the animation is gonna be so shit. Top kek.
This is what you faggots who always need an anime adaptation for the sake of having an anime adaptation asked for.
It's also gonna attract infinite amounts of normalslimes, the fucking SAO and SnK loving retards are gonna flood the threads. /a/ will see its popularity and activate the hipster protocol and shit all over the threads, as usual.
You will never be able to have another thread in peace again now.
Honestly figure skating wasn't something I ever expected to actually see fully realized in anime. Even if I don't have many good things to say about Death Parade, it's really nice that they did that .
>mfw this could have been given to Sunrise
I'm really not hopeful for the animation right now at all.
I though IRC was already dead.
Why dd they suddenly decide to attack shows again?
>that shitty still frame with the background moving in the beginning to save budget
>that QUALITY clapping
>cuts to other pointless scenes to save effort in animation
>that obvious CG background
>that awkward as 'ice skating' movement in the second half
Their only well animated show is G-Reco
Cross Ange looks like shit and Try only has a couple fights that are well animated.
What I'm saying is Sunrise could have given it shit tier animation. They're not perfect
He starts the motion with a closed hand, but the motion ends with an open one.
A visible trail of something goes straight down, but the arm moves in a curve like when you throw something.