Why is anime so creative? Studios constantly make new shows and try new things. SHAFT could easily sell out and make Madoka S2 and it would sell buckets, yet they keep making new shows. Kyoani is trying something new every other season. Trigger has only just been established yet they're making nothing but originals. People who like shows that sell REALLY WELL ask "S2 when?" or "S3 when?" because the studios that make them are constantly making new things instead of rehashing the bestsellers over and over. Shitty LN adaptations aside, why do people complain about anime being the same shit over and over when it's really not?
>SHAFT could easily sell out and make Madoka S2 and it would sell buckets, yet they keep making new shows.
They're just making a bunch of adaptations.
Because Jap economy is back online.
It sure weren't like this 1~2 years ago.
Thank you based Abenomics!
Hakomari adaption by SHAFT fucking never.
It is basically just different combinations of the same things over and over
It's been like that for years, decades
That's why it's so good
If anime is so good, then how come Japanese people think it's a silly media for children and manchildren?
I'd like to see the industry dedicate one season to make another season for shows that need it at least once.
What the fuck are you smoking?
SHAFT just made 3 Madoka movies and a new monogatari every year.
Studios DO rehash their big sellers.
Because they are new as fuck retards, and so are you, but now you have opened your eyes, as long as you enjoy being pandered to there's no better medium than anime
>If anime is so good, then how come Japanese people think it's a silly media for children and manchildren?
guess what the population of /a/ is like
same reason 3D is so shit, even though 99.9% of people in the world think it's the best thing ever.
Where do you think you are?
do you think it will ever get a adaption? SHAFT or anyone else?
Anime is generic. They come out with new stuff all the time, but it almost always adheres pretty faithfully to an established formula. Even the most creative usually are only capable of occasionally subverting the formula.
>continuing to adapt the source material of a plot-driven series they started
>Why is anime so creative
Well, yeah sometimes.
>Because the studios that make them are constantly making new things instead of rehashing the bestsellers over and over.
Madoka belongs to Aniplex not Shaft.
Squinty eyes are ignorant, racist, and backwards, no surprise they can't recognize artistic quality either in other mediums.