why can't he write a decent story to save his life?
Isn't that the guy from Kamen Rider Gaim?
Sure, Yoshino and Okada would do way better
You don't know that Gaim is written by Butcher ?
But Gino also had glasses, your argument is invalid.
so who died this time?
did the faggot micchy finally kick the bucket?
>realize monsters were human the whole time
>monster this time happens to be his friend
>"I CAN'T KILL A HUMAN BEING!"
>The first monster fooder he ever killed was also his friend
Hase fell into despair after his belt broke and became a Witch then got almost executed by Gaim and outright executed by Sigurd.
They weren't all human. Some of them were gerbils.
So it's live action Gargantia?
This image swap thing is bullshit.
What's the matter, didn't you like my justice?
Who in their right mind would do such a thing?
And here I was thinking there wouldn't be a series worse than Decade for another ten years...
I know, Wizard was awful. Good thing Gaim is amazing.
Decade's not the worst. Decade had some nice moments.
At least it wasn't a snorefest from start to finish like Wizard was. The only thing worse than being bad is being boring.
Is this show still kid-friendly even after Urobuchi finally shows his trademark storytelling?
Who cares ? It's good even for adults and it doesn't feels like Urobuchi is holding back anyway.
>this entire episode
It's a shame, the premise for Wizard was nice and the beginning episodes could have been promising.
Did anyone make a comparison between Hase and Mami yet?
I dropped it after 10 episode because of lolnoconflict and gary stus
Too bad MC is probably the best Rider design wise.
Why? They really have nothing in common.
The butcher himself made the comparison when talking to Hase's actor about the role he finished playing, apparently.
Actually Gaim's not as bad as some of his other stuff. There's less awful exposition at least. Too bad his trademark SUFFERING makes everything a little predictable.
Kids shows in Japan can have death, sex, and shit, so yes.
American kid friendly? lolno
Yes because mysterious fruits turning into common fruits makes perfect sense. Almost as much sense as transforming from fucking fruits does in the first place. Not even fucking monsters were this ridiculous until Gaim. And believe it or not, no matter how poorly executed, Wizard's story made more fucking sense than this.
> There's less awful exposition at least.
You can't blames him for that when he's one of the few writer that actually has a story to tells.
>Almost as much sense as transforming from fucking fruits does in the first place.
Yeah, like any sane person would seriously argue about the logic of Rider transformations. Take your third-rate trolling elsewhere.
it looks like candy
You don't know anything about Kamen Rider, do you? Urobuchi's writing isn't anything special for the franchise, although it's been a while since we've had a dark KR series.
>Gaim is my first Kamen Rider
This thread is a nutshell.
>using logic in a Kamen Rider series
Ya blew it
I don't think that has anything to do with the discussion here. Take your greentext elsewhere.
That would be Dickeido
It's just one guy with a massive Urobuchi hateboner shitting up the thread.
>Urobuchi's writing isn't anything special for the franchise
He never implied that this was the case.
>Implying there isn't a clear difference between everything so far and Gaim
Go ahead, give me one other series that doesn't at least try to make sense of it's transformations so they don't sound like complete asspulls.
The only reason this thread is on /a/ is because Urobuchi writes Gaim.