When is Gen Urobuchi going to write something as good as Madoka or Saya no Uta again?
People hate him then want him to write something the next.
Make up your mind.
it's not gonna change if you deny it, your opinion means shit
I can show you something even uglier.
Just look into mirror.
I'm pretty sure it was way above producer's expectations.
It actually sold amazingly well, you disgrace of a troll.
Coming from a faggot who haven't even seen the film. Get a trip, so we can easily ignore your poor trolling attempts.
You are playing hard to get eh?
I know you loved it!
>considered good because it tackles the concept of hope and despair and features how the characters strive to make themselves stronger against all odds
>Gargantia, Psycho Pass, Expelled from Paradise
>considered bad because instead of spending time improving the plot and characters, it decided to discuss politics and debate about what makes a perfect world
Not mean to speak for him but it appears to me like after experiencing success, Uro has abandoned his old character and decided to improve his political knowledge. Most likely because he plans to improve his leadership skills in the studio.
Can say I blame him but I doubt he made the right choice
He already did, not like you fucking pleb would know about it though.
I think it focuses a lot on Angela realizing her life was based on a misinformation and reacting to it.
I will make sure to keep this thread bumped until you wake up.
Well, it was not exactly politics but more like political views
The entire plot of EfP was practically about how a world governed by omnipotent, omnipresent leaders can look so amazing but at the same time is prone to corruption and injustice
And funny thing about it is that the entire show is practically about Communism but Uro does not seem to know that that concept works only in papers, never in real life
His pre-F/Z work has been mostly individuals fighting the system and stories where love triumphs over all.
Starting with Madoka he changed that so the status quo remains while the MC gets fucked over. He brought his old style back with Rebellion but many were divided on that. If he were to write Madoka before F/Z it would have ended like Rebellion with Homura taking over instead of Madoka.
Madoka is more like P-P, Expelled and Gargantia, just not that good of a drama/conflict. Which is what Uro is good at.
It's not shit taste it's called otaku being otaku. At least get the situation right. It pandered to otaku and had a popular writer so they bought it en masse. It literally doesn't get any more complicated than that.
>His pre-F/Z work has been mostly individuals fighting the system and stories where love triumphs over all.
Really? Then how come SnU is the later?
It's more like he keeps telling the same damn set of themes but never really approaching any sort of conclusive resolution about anything over and over again with different skins. He's literally told his story at this point, which is probably why he doesn't seem to write as much these days. Even Gunslinger Stratos sounds samey as fuck if you read the synopsis. Gen Urobuchi was fresh 4 years ago when he did Madoka but he doesn't really have much else to offer besides name branding for producers looking to make a hit. I see him just continuing to get used in that capacity now.
>he didn't watch Gaim
It basically has the same style and pacing as his anime stories, but with more HAPPENING and action than usual.
SnU is special because it has 3 endings 2 where status quo remains and one where love does triumph over the adversity. I consider the bloom ending to be the main one, I'm sure if SnU were to have only one ending, it would be that one.
>I consider the bloom ending to be the main one,
Oh, we have an hardass here.
When a producer pays him to do something instead of just slapping his name onto things.
Madoka would've been unremarkable had it not been for Magica Quartet, but now it's a masterpiece.
I'd say it's probably 'cause it wasn't very expensive to produce...?
But the visuals were decent enough to tell the story, so I personally was fine.
It didn't actually slip into an uncanny valley situation too often, either.
But that show was aots. It needed no saving.
>None of the Gaim movies since that one where they travel to alternative Sengoku Era Japan have been subbed
Hasn't he more or less gone on record as saying he wants to try live action now? I've always gotten the impression that he does that really like working in anime much, which is why in terms of production order he hasn't really actually sat down to write a complete story for something since Psycho Pass Season 1. EFP had been stuck in production hell since before Madoka was even a thing as far as I recall until his name got popular and Toho decided to fast track it. Psycho Pass the movie was likely a contractual obligation and Gunslinger Stratos he just came up with the scenario for the game or rather Nitroplus staff did and they just slapped his name on it because it's more recognizable. That Chaos Dragon thing he just played a character which the anime staff has already changed around to a waifu so I mean if he actually is involved directly in an upcoming anime it's the best kept secret in the industry.
Also to add something, the fact that the industry and fanbase at large seems absolutely fixated on one name and it's a guy that styles himself as an eroge enthusiast that has yet to grow up is pretty worrisome sustainability wise. If things have gotten to the point where coveting this one guy who does not want to really do any work is seen as the key to success (and quite possibly is considering how success gets measure in disc sales and hype nowadays) then there's a problem.