ITT: anime from the 2010s that will be remembered 10 years from now
Nothing, but given this aired a while ago and he hasn't done any other voice work since it seems like he's unlikely to get more work.
Which is a shame because he has a great voice
I think it's very good but I don't think it ever hit that critical mass of popularity. It will be like Kino's Journey or something.
Known to be very good at the time but no one will ever talk about years later.
Ping Pong is objectively a masterpiece of it's genre, and easily one of the best shows to be created in the 2000s. Contrarians like yourselves like to hate on it because it's not otaku pandering shit with a generic art style.
Ping Pong is boring. No cute girls really. No fan service. No slap stick comedy, very boring MC, almost as if he's a fucking robot with no emotions.
There aren't even any good fights or cute girls or panty shots.
>none of the characters have much personality
Are you sure that you watched the right show?
Every charcater is unique, fleshed-out, and relatable, not to mention that the "hero" part isn't the focus. If you actually used your brain you'd know that.
Constructive posts that express legitimate criticisms in a concise manner.
>yfw still airing 10 years from now
Monogatari (Kizu might be coming out by then)
Masaaki Yuasa's works
Maybe Despera, if it ever happens
More things that I can't start naming with "M" without being repetitive.
>Constructive posts that express legitimate criticisms in a concise manner.
Oh right, in contrast to the one that the posts were replying too, that explained why it's a masterpiece. Let me guess, "fantastic directing". Yet none of the ping pong fags that I have talked with in the past can name what was so fantastic about it. Probably because they know jack shit about directing in the first place.
Probably if you idiots stopped seeing everything through Yuasa tinted glasses, you'd understand that it's one of his weakest works, and while it wasn't bad, it was far far from being a masterpiece or anything close to that.
Keep on projecting and spouting garbage, if it makes you feel any smarter.
I didn't say it wasn't remembered. I just said that no one really ever talks about it. Like you see constant, in fact no there are basically Eva generals and Madoka Generals.
There are no Lain or Kino or even Mushishi threads hardly ever. Even if they were good, they are basically only remembered by few and spoken of by less.
>This anime was a masterpiece. I said so.
>Fuck off retard.
>Nice criticism, explain why it isn't.
No, fuck off. I'm not going to spoonfeed the retard that made the initial claim. None of you faggots gave any reasons for why you think it was a masterpiece, all you did was say that anyone who disagrees probably enjoys watching K-on, Lucky Star or is a self-insert faggot that only enjoys pandering.
I mostly agree with this guy >>124157921
Mmm hmm, so basically you can't provide anything to support your claim, and you refuse to even entertain the possibility that you're wrong.
Thanks for confirming what anti-Ping Pong posters are like.
That's why there are so many threads about them right? Meanwhile Eva has like 2 threads up almost constantly while you see a lain thread like once or twice a month and a Kino thread up like once a year.
I don't think you know how what is a masterpiece is is decided. People don't start giving reasons for why it isn't. You have to actually present why it is first, you colossal fucking faggot.
This will be remembered in 10 years as Spring 2014 AOTY.
>I-I wont spoonfeed you, but I have arguments I-I swear.
Just kill yourself.
If you can realise why Ping Pong is a masterpiece there's nothing I can do for you, you just have shit taste, try watching more anime.
The irony of this post is killing me.
Ping Pong fans, everyone!
I don't even think many people are saying the show is bad. But on what basis does it transcend? It fucking doesn't. Sports anime usually are like this. You faggots likely shit on sports anime all your lives.
And this will be remembered in 10 years as Spring+Fall 2010 AOTY.
OFFICIAL OBJECTIVELY GREAT ANIMU POWER RANKINGS
2. Azumanga Daioh
3. Kino no Tabi
4. Neon Genesis Evangelion
5. Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica
6. Clannad After Story
7. Spice and Wolf
8. The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
9. Sora no Woto
10. Hidamari Sketch
11. Non Non Biyori
12. Sketchbook: Full Color's
15. Cowboy Bebop
17. Haibane Renmei
9001. Dragon Ball Z
>2. Azumanga Daioh
Excellent taste, sir.
Also, is Kino's Journey that good? I've never seen it.
No one remembers non-fujoshit sports animu, unless it's Ippo. No one will remember pic related either.
>is Kino's Journey that good?
Yeah. It's some fairly profound commentary on humanity and it often has a similar, calm, mono no aware feel to Mushishi. Yes, the scanlines are intentional, no, you didn't download a fucked up copy. Yes, we know they're dumb, you don't have to complain. It's a great show anyways.
>implying Azumanga Daioh didn't usher in the golden age of anime
Even if Ping POng is one of the most remarkable anime in this decade I think it will not be remembered sadly, on the other hand:
> Steins Gate
> Tatami Galaxi (hopefully)
> Jojo (probably?)
I would probably say...
SAO (Yeah it's not good but it'll be remembered regardless)
Space Dandy (Because Watanabe)
ZnT (Because Watanabe)
But What are some good anime from the 2010s that WON'T be remembered by most people 10 years from now? I would say:
Shin Sekai Yori
Although it will be remembered as "completely mediocre"
>ZnT (Because Watanabe)
What........I wouldn't go that far.
Japan loves that garbage shit PP so I can't see them forgetting that, SSY is so fucking true though people always forget that hidden gem.
>Tatami Galaxi (sic)
If I wanted to make a platitudinous, prosaic, stodgy, over-expeditiously-paced, repetitive, pompous ripoff of Endless Eight with a healthy dose of forced depth, I wouldn't because it would be SHIT, like Yuasa.
Lots of things are fun, that doesn't mean they deserve to be remastered for future generations. KlK brought absolutely nothing new to the table and simply rehashed older Gainax plots with different characters.
>KlK > Madoka
I don't really like either, but come on people. At least Madoka made an attempt to do something new.
Kill la Kill was a shitfest made to pander to angsty teens and horny college students.
Nichijou's prices were a large factor there, as was Nichijou's highly unusual brand of comedy, which a lot of people just don't seem to get. I think it's an absolute masterpiece of animation and absurd humor.
If anything it's a ripoff of Kamen Rider.
Yuri Kuma Arashi, obviously. Just like everyone remembers Mawaru, right? Right?
CAUSE I FEEEEEEEEELLLLLL
Agreed. Psycho Pass is normalfag-friendly (sales $$$, god knows you pissjuggers don't pay for shit) while still being solid. Not great, but enjoyable. Maybe 8/10 S1 and 7/10 S2.
Shit list is shit.
Aria isn't that good. It's not bad. It's just not good. K-on is shit. Nichijou, Shiroshit, Torashit, Non Non, Sora no Shit, Clannad After Shit, and Azumanga Shit are all shit.
You're missing half the classics. Is that a simple list of all the series you've seen in order of watching? Faggot.
>thousands of pictures just piled up in one folder, devoid of any kind of organization
You don't even give them silly names anon? How on Earth do you find a specific image?
I loved it, even if /a/ says it is bad.
Already no one remembers Penguindrum nor Parasyte (except /a/ for the latter.) Hyouka isn't a big deal.
Everyone will remember Psycho Pass and Monogatari. They're really big.
Ping-Pong. I already watch it several times, and most probably will re-watching again in the future. It is one of those shows that still enjoyable to watch even though I already remember the whole plot.
>WON'T be remembered 10 years from now
This is the dumbest thing in this whole stupid thread. You think Parasyte, Ping Pong, and ZnT will be remembered, but fucking Monogatari won't?
I have lots of them with silly or easily searchable/memorable filenames, but those are what I'll come up with on the spot when I save them, I don't go back and rename stuff. And for most of the simple reaction image X from Y animu I don't really give them names.
And as far as recent ones go, if you know how the default 4chan names work it's pretty easy to remember around where in my folder they should be.
I really should organize at least a portion of them at some point, but eh too lazy.
Oh I forgot to mention. It's not really just one folder, it's like 3 or 4 folders. Every once in a while I switched and told myself I'd organize the previous folder and here we are.
I'll be real here and base it on my predicted popularity/acknowledgement in 2020, whether or not I like the anime I'm listing. I'll try to work backwards. Also not gonna bother including movies.
No Game No Life
Kill la Kill
Shingeki no Kyojin
Kuruko no Basket
Hunter x Hunter
Ao no Exorcist
Panty & Stocking
Highschool of the Dead
I may have missed a couple.
A more interesting thread would have been: what will be remembered as 'good' by /a/.
>Won't be remembered
>Monogatari, the highest selling anime since FUCKING EVA
S&W will be remembered 10 years from now, after S3 finally comes out this year
>No Parasyte for 2015
I don't think so. Space Dandy couldn't even reach moderate popularity in the West while it was airing, despite the fact that they dubbed it right away.
Not really fair since the original series started airing in 2009
>Kill la Kill
If Trigger fails to produce anything that overshadows this overrated piece of shit in the next 5 years, then I'll be sad.
I really can't see this being discussed even in 2-3 years, especially after season 2 was so weak.
>No Shinsekai Yori for 2012
>Highschool of the Dead
He's actually a live-action actor with a kabuki background (been a background hand since two years old because thanks to his father). People from other industries (3DPD actors, idols, gravure models, theater actors etc.) doing one random role and then disappearing isn't anything special.
At some point after finishing the series, I happened to listen his guest episode on Fujiwara de ii Kana (Aniplex's web radio with Fujiwara Keiji and Asumia Kana) where he discussed the role and made a small kabuki performance with the drum. At that point I realized he must have done the kabuki voices/sounds for the scene around the midpoint of the anime and being able to know that fact felt somehow extremely amusing.
The performance begins around 27:30.
S&W has as much a chance of S3 as Jinrui wa suitai shimashita LN does of getting a proper translation
Shows that will be remembered, regardless of quality:
Kill la kill
Highschool of the Dead (ugh)
Shows that are great and won't be remembered anyway:
Hunter x Hunter
Shows that have the potential (and should) be remembered with more episodes:
No Game No Life
Shokugeki no Soma
One Punch Man
A few shows from the bunch that will definitely be forgotten:
Zankyou no Terror
Shows that will have characters or scenes float around but no one will actually remember watching the show itself:
Panty & Stocking
>Shows that are great and won't be remembered anyway: Mushishi
The fact that it got a S2 almost a decade after the anime aired and there's a movie in the kinda works against your prediction.
HotD is still popular with casuals for the zombie and tits and general "JAPAN IS SO WEIRD XDDD" shit. I can see it being recommended by mal in 10 years if nothing manages to out do it. Same with klk
>Shows that are great and won't be remembered anyway:
>Hunter x Hunter
Uhhhh it's been about 8 months and people are still constantly making threads. And once the manga eventually returns we will be seeing even more threads.
See? It happened again. Get your hipster shit out of here.
Also, Hunter x Hunter will never be forgotten. It even trended on Twitter two times for fucks sake (the week Pitou died and the last episode).
Because Yukari is in it!
I'm fine with people not liking Ping Pong, after all differences in opinion are what keeps things interesting. But when you turn around and start propping up some kind of moeshit garbage as being superior how can you actually expect anybody to take you seriously?