They will troll us by using their reputation for trolling, and reveal in the final episode that there has been absolutely no trolling.
Seriously, though, the series seems to be a bot too straightforward for that sort of thing.
People say I have a problem with authority. I say that authority has a problem with me.
Aww. It looks subdued and paced and intelligent. I guess we'll always have Demonbane if i want to think about what would happened if Cthulhu invaded the Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann universe.
Anyways, i'll have to give the show a shot. Demons, anime and the 1920's apparently go together really well.
He'd want you do be doing something awesome right now.
Looks like Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann was a sign of better times, and that Gainax might be moving away from their post-FLCL slump (or at least I'm hoping). I'm eager to see it just for the period trappings alone.
It looks watchable.........thought can't really give any real opinions without watching an episode or two.
It still looks like one of the better anime this season, along with Nurarihiyon and Baka Test...
I recall news of the show surfacing way back last year, when people mistaken it for ongoing work on Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt. It seemed Gainax was insistent on getting the look and feel of the setting right, even allowing international talent to jump in. While it's supposed to be set during the interbellum I can't help feeling the show has a Victorian vibe to it though.
So I take the show was in production for more than a year? And has anyone been able to ID the English manor the show is set in?
Would you cut it the fuck out with the niconico? >_< One, not everyone reads kana and kanji and understands Japanese, and two, even those of us who do a bit don't necessarily have or want an account there. Can't you find a less bloody inconvenient site?
... I should go back to sleep.
Well, that was pretty average. Decent premise and beautiful animation, but weird pacing and some badly framed shots (especially when destroying the dragon). Also I hate Dalian already. At least Huey is more interesting than Kujo...
Good start, but not excellent. Seems like more of an adventure of the week type thing at this point.
I do like Huey though. For once, a protagonist that doesn't freak out in the face of the abnormal. Dalian is okay so far and some of her interactions with Huey were funny, but she has some disturbing shades of Index.
Please dear god not another one.