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Get in the van, losers. We're going fishing.
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YAAAAAMAAAADAAAAAAA
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2ritama when?
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At least you tried.
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>>100449963
Never. Instead we're getting more of fucking Gatchaman for some reason even though it's Nakamura's worst work by a long shot.
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>>100451466
Please, [C] was by far his worst work.
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>>100451466
Tsuritama was perfect, it doesn't need anything else. What would the story even be? Trying to fish up another alien?
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>>100451466
Wait.
We're getting mor Gatchaman?
Anime is officially SAVED
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>>100451504
[C] was so much better than Crowds though.

>>100451535
Yes, S2 was confirmed like a few months ago.
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>>100449922
Does anyone have the types of yamada chart?
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>>100451504
>>100451601
I never made a point of watching [C], as I'd heard middling things. After Tsuritama I wasn't keen to watch it at all, because I figured I'd rather continue to think rather highly of Nakamura. After Gatchaman, which itself was quite middling, I think I need to get around to watching [C] after all.

On that note, what were [C]'s faults? I've only really ever heard that its pacing was shite, which makes me mentally relate it back to Gatchaman.
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>>100451899
Yeah, the pacing was shit but the whole show felt very... all over the place. Needed a much tighter focus and introduce much less stuff to begin with instead of having a bunch of loose ends by the end.
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>>100451899
It's mostly the pacing, yeah.

But [C] also doesn't try to juggle a massive main cast each with their own character arc to get through, so it doesn't feel AS horrible rushed and half-assed as Crowds. [C] is basically just a love story with an interesting metaphor about macroeconomic policies thrown in. In the end it was just tighter and didn't feel as "all over the place and not resolving anything" as Crowds.
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They're both fine. [C] needed another cour to tell the story properly. Gatchaman's finale was fucked up by poor scheduling. At least Nakamura's fixing Gatcha. Can't say the same about [C].



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