What don't people like about this show? It hasn't gotten to "the good part" yet, and it's already my AOTS.
You wanna know why?
Most people can't handle the
What does nosebleeds have to do with the show?
>Then what other anime do you think has good writing/art this season?
False dichotomy. They can well think all the anime of the season have shitty writing and shitty art! Sheesh, Anon-kun, it's like you haven't studied your logical fallacies *pun pun*.
Let's just wait until the
Mind Screwdriverkicks in.
Really? It mostly has strong character writing so far.
Is it because we still know little about them? Or people are just too used to their "Innocent moe high schoolers doing stupid high school things"?
It boils down to the most ironic thing. There is literally no punchline for the show.
The writing sucks. Random shit happens. I don't care about anyone.
The title must be a question because
Why do you care about what faggots think?
I have no history with this Uchikoshi guy, but I'm really having a fun ride with this show. It's very different from your average anime this season.
Am I the only one who had the biggest laughs from this show?
Meika best btw
Personally it feels as though the characters are merely a vehicle to move the plot forward. It's hard for me to be attached to a show when I have neither a positive or negative reaction to the characters even if the setting, tone, and/or plot is interesting.
I agree, Punchline is more "plot-centric" than "character-centric." I don't think I remember an anime I watched the focused more on plot instead of characters, and a non linear one at that.
And it's a plot-centric story... That hasn't had enough plot, just bits and pieces.
It tries to be a puzzle it wants us to solve, but it's not a puzzle we care about.
It's got Homestuck structure. But unlike Homestuck, which had progression from the very beginning (though slow slow slow because the story itself is just really long), Punchline started, sputtered and is now running in place.
And the MC doesn't interact with anyone! The main character, the character we're supposed to be interested in, is literally a ghost in spectator mode doing jack shit unless a Deus Ex Machina event demands some of that sweet cinnamon. He doesn't interact with the girls, the girls don't interact with him, and it's all just flat.
Oh, the land lady is a robot with a boring backstory that was kind of pointlessly taking up minutes of air-time, you say? How droll. Is there anything else about her? Please pass the potatoes.
I think the girls will be fleshed out first and well Uchikoshi has a habit of revealing some crazy shit about the protagonist maybe near the end of the series, like the usual.
This show is garbage is rightfully selling like shit and getting ignored.
The only people that like it are contrarians that want to pretend they have good taste for liking a "deep complex story that other people just don't get."
There is no theme or underlying symbolic tension going on.
Let's take FLCL, which is superificially in the same kind of category.
It oozed with coming of age and sex.
Punchline just has nosebleeds. Does it mean anything? Is there a point to this? Is this show just lolrandumb, or is there an something it wants to say? It doesn't need to be about sex, either! Even with all the punchline shots.
Where is the heart?
Mikatan is a miracle of the universe and so is her god like voice.
Can't wait for more of her singing.
>comparing two completely different mediums
Perhaps this 'fanservice' is a way to indirectly address the trend of both the anime industry and how it handles women in general. Like gently speaking to male otaku + teens, "It's okay to have sexual urges. That's normal. Never hate yourself for it. But don't forget who you're impacting when you think of women this way, or the cool real life ladies you could be spending time with," and to women (even fujoushi?), "We're trying. We're here for you. You can be yourself and feel comfortable about that."
If it's your AOTS, you really need to watch more anime.
It's pretty shitty, Euphonium is far better than it. But hey, Punch Line has art similar to KLK so the /v/ crossboarders will be all over it.
It's retarded as fuck but I keep watching it anyway.
I like it but it's a bit too immature at the times as far as how the MC handles himself around women. It's just the typical otaku autism relatability stuff we see in ever show. I'll give the story a chance to raise the stakes but right now it's shit and kind of difficult to watch.
Still one of the better shows this season by far. The presentation is good.
>Perhaps this 'fanservice' is a way to indirectly address the trend of both the anime industry and how it handles women in general.
Sure anon,the show is only pretending to be shallow,they are only being ironic about it.
Saa o i de!
Don't get your panties all in a twist boys
Its just another chinese cartoon, relax