lets talk about how yamakan is the last hope for anime
Go to bed, yamakan; you're drunk
If the one in the "killing" frame was K-on or something like that, this image would be more accurate
Last WuG episode was pretty meh, I can't wait till they finally get some new songs.
Currently on the 5th episode of Fractale. Been enjoying it so far, and I think it's great. Why is this a flop?
Believe in the master
Yamakan is Japan's M Night, both are box office poisons.
Because japs were butthurt at the author for bashing madoka
It was written by a guy who has an even bigger ego than Yamakan and the story is basically him trying to beat anime fans over the head with his message about how they're bad for society.
What a shocker it wasn't popular.
If that really is the reason... Well, I guess that makes sense.
Okay, that hurts...
The story is okay so far.
I can't judge him anymore. I also don't know if I should take his fans on /a/ seriously. I also have no idea how wug sale will turn out. This is more difficult than politics of fucking Thailand or Egypt.
Anyone who can tell me in short what is WUG doing to the industry may apply now.
Yamakan works in mysterious ways
...you actually believe what that anon posted?
> This is more difficult than politics of fucking Thailand or Egypt.
Oh you'll be more confused if you learn that this WuG thing is just Yamakan method of getting his feet back into this industry by pretending to do it for charity and some shit like that.
who is this guy and why do we care
The whole saving anime thing was bad enough without Yamakan himself believing he was an ally of justice or some shit
Don't have the time to crosscheck right now. So I'm just playing dumb for the time being.
He clamored that Fractal would save the anime industry and that he would quit doing anime if this shit flopped.
If only that man know how to shut his damn fucking mouth.
How can we believe in the Yamakan if the Yamakan doesn't believe in the Yamakan?
>tfw I enjoyed Senyuu
I felt dirty after finding out he was involved.
Now it's just makes me even more curious about the whole saving anime business. What's so important about it that made Yamakan said this?
I'm quite intrigued by his academic background, it's just get even more intriguing that he spent his time in this business.
I haven't been here for a while.
What did he do?
Revolutionize a medium.
He's making the catastrophic failure, Wake Up Girls.
He's literally the most important contributor to anime of all time. He did the first four episodes of Lucky Star, Kannagi, and the ED for Haruhi.
He never said that, /a/ shitposters did.
If Yamakan is so good, why was his directing job of Lucky Star such shit
Cuz Lucky Star is shit, no matters who directs it
Kannagi is literally not figuratively unironically better than Toradora same with Wake Up Girls and Idolmaster.