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Winter 2013 Anime Season:

Winter 2013 Anime

We're starting to clutter up the Fall thread, so I think it's best to create this one
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 2 burnpsy, Tue, 18th Sep '12 8:27:03 PM from Ontario, Canada Relationship Status: Abstaining
The Eternal Fool
Repeating what I said in the Fall thread, it seems that the only things that interest me are Haganai 2 and Ore Shura.
 3 qurail, Tue, 18th Sep '12 8:40:22 PM from inside the pokéball
im just a pikachu
i never herd of any of these anime......
Pika!
Repeating what I said in the Fall thread, it seems that the only things that interest me are Haganai 2 and Ore Shura.

This is likely to represent around a third of the total season. Less, if we include kiddy stuff and shorts

i never heard of any of these anime......

Plenty of time to learn

edited 18th Sep '12 9:06:04 PM by Hylarn

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 5 Chariot, Tue, 18th Sep '12 9:08:00 PM Relationship Status: Hoping Senpai notices me
Has 0048 been confirmed to air then? I knew it was airing next year but not when. And more Haganai is always a good thing.
Avatar by Ragna the Savior~
 6 burnpsy, Tue, 18th Sep '12 9:08:01 PM from Ontario, Canada Relationship Status: Abstaining
The Eternal Fool
I know that, Hylarn, but there's usually at more than two by this point.
 7 stardf 29, Tue, 18th Sep '12 9:16:38 PM from Under the Hoenn waters Relationship Status: I'd need a PowerPoint presentation
The BoltBeam screwer returns this November!
So, should I bother watching Minami-ke Okawari, or is it safe to skip that and go straight to Okaeri in preparation for season 4?

Need to watch Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai and Chihayafuru as well.

Da Capo III is a given, but let's hope it's not as much of a mess as the first season of Da Capo II was.

Sasami-san@Ganbaranai should be more SHAFT goodness.

edited 18th Sep '12 9:16:55 PM by stardf29

Has 0048 been confirmed to air then? I knew it was airing next year but not when. And more Haganai is always a good thing.

"Early 2013". Which still leaves Spring open, but more likely Winter
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Not anime one
Vividred sound awesome! It even has Guilty Crown writer so it can't go wrong!

edited 19th Sep '12 3:40:48 AM by Tenzen12

...I can't tell how much of that is supposed to be sarcasm
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Not anime one
evil grin

edited 19th Sep '12 3:53:52 AM by Tenzen12

Conceptually Frameworked
Is Da Capo III Likely to be any good? Are the previous seasons required?

I'm hoping some "definite watches" have yet to appear on the list.
"Nullius addictus iurare in verba magistri, quo me cumque rapit tempestas, deferor hospes."
The good thing about Vividred is that I'm going to watch it fully prepared for a trainwreck.

Cue "Guilty Crown had a writer?" jokes.

edited 19th Sep '12 4:02:18 AM by fillerdude

 14 Kayeka, Wed, 19th Sep '12 4:30:23 AM from Amsterdam Relationship Status: Brony
World's biggest wannabe
Vividred is gonna suck! I can't wait for the first episode!
Is Da Capo III Likely to be any good? Are the previous seasons required?

Yes to the first, probably mostly no to the second. Da Capo II had some connections to I, but could be watched/played on it's own just fine, and I'd expect something similar here

The good thing about Vividred is that I'm going to watch it fully prepared for a trainwreck.

For the record, Yoshino also did a number of other things that didn't suck (and a few that did)
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[up] Well that's true, but it's Guilty Crown that's fresh in my memory. evil grin

edited 19th Sep '12 5:47:18 AM by fillerdude

^_^
[up] The last thing I saw of his was Denpa Teki na Kanojo, so I'm sort of optimistic in his writing.

I still hope it'll suck though, we haven't had something genuinely suckish since... well, Guilty Crown.

edited 19th Sep '12 5:38:13 AM by fourteenwings

 18 burnpsy, Wed, 19th Sep '12 9:18:22 AM from Ontario, Canada Relationship Status: Abstaining
The Eternal Fool
>Was the writer who screwed up/made facepalm-worthy choices on the Dance in the Vampire Bund and Accel World adaptations.

Yeah, excuse me for staying the hell away from anything he writes. I know he's not the sole one at fault for one of those, but still...

edited 19th Sep '12 9:19:12 AM by burnpsy

 19 Chariot, Wed, 19th Sep '12 9:46:28 AM Relationship Status: Hoping Senpai notices me
I think Accel World's adaptation is rather good to be honest. What problems do you have with it?
Avatar by Ragna the Savior~
^_^
> Macross Frontier

All is forgiven.

Still want it to suck though.

edited 19th Sep '12 9:51:50 AM by fourteenwings

 21 burnpsy, Wed, 19th Sep '12 10:01:40 AM from Ontario, Canada Relationship Status: Abstaining
The Eternal Fool
[up][up]This is the part where I'd proceed into a rant about the studio's decisions with the early episodes (I refuse to watch the Dusk Taker arc until I can binge it in one go).

But I'd much rather save the impending wall of text for my blog's weekly Under Your Radar segment when the show finishes airing. Admittedly, though, I'm much less irritated with the Accel World adaptation than the Vampire Bund one.

edited 19th Sep '12 10:02:32 AM by burnpsy

 22 L Dragon 2, Wed, 19th Sep '12 2:25:44 PM from Pandora Relationship Status: Longing for my OTP
ZOMG TEH REI!!!!
The dude who wrote Guilty Crown goes by the name of Hiroyuki Yoshino. Looking at his resume, he has been attached to a lot of high profile shows that all ended up being trainwrecks.

I have literally no idea why this guy keeps getting hired.
Proud fanboy of anime/video games/scifi. Oh and of Rei Ayanami XD
Not anime one
Maybe his Raison d'ętre is teach us worth of good animes and Japan entertainment industry support him in it.

I am afraid I will have to go against the grain here and say that I am actually looking forward to Vividred. Looking at Hiroyuki Yoshino's resume posted earlier, everything on it that I have watched I have enjoyed.

Accel World is one of my favourite series from the last couple of seasons. Code Geass is one of my top 5 anime. Dance in the Vampire Bund wasn't as good as the manga but was still entertaining. The second season of Darker Than Black was almost as good as the first. Fractale was good. Admittedly Guilty Crown wasn't as good as I had hoped but I still greatly enjoyed the show.

edited 19th Sep '12 3:21:26 PM by SebastianGray

Knowledge is Power, Guard it Well
Conceptually Frameworked
Hiroyuki Yoshino Was attached to Code Geass, which would at least make me pause to think about his works.

But since he was assistant writer I'm going to blame him for all the things that went wrong, and assume the head writer was the one doing everything right.
"Nullius addictus iurare in verba magistri, quo me cumque rapit tempestas, deferor hospes."
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