New Samumenco preview shots are up now.
I guess the Flamengers wasn't a dream ;_;
Why would the Flamengers be a dream but nothing else was?
>he will never blush again
Also, a reminder that Omori will be doing the screenplay for the third time in the series. He's only did episodes 1 and 8 before.
>still watching QUALITY hipster trainwrecks
You know trainwreck refers to stories that were made up as they go along, yeah? This was all written in since the beginning.
Every show is fully written since the beginning
>refers to stories that were made up as they go along
except that's wrong
I hope you don't really think this is true.
This is no trainwreck.
It's transcended trainwrecks.
>replying to someone who says shiggy
Report and move on, people.
>watching anything besides shit like Hozuki no Reitetsu and Uchouten
Guys, we need to get back on track.
No such thing as a dream within a dream.
I guess it looks a bit better in motion, but goddamn those suits look bland compared to the recent previous ones.
Prove me wrong then. Not like /a/ idiots know how the industry rolls or anyhting
Discussing the industry doesn't have anything to do with Samumenco so its off-topic ITT, but I bet you think studios have more than 2 episodes animated ahead of time too, don't you, o holy lord of the Japanese animation industry? What a joke.
Here's a heads up: VVV and Guilty Crown weren't fully written since the beginning of the show. If you had watched either one, that much is obvious.
>Still replying to IRC
What the fuck is even happening in this series?
Want an example? I like it personally.
Those shots are so inconspicuous they could've very well been screenshots from last week's episode.
I wish Samumenco would have the time in the corner whenever there's a fight scene
No one said anything about the animation production. But the script is always complete since Day 1 and you cant prove otherwise.
What's the point? It's just a clock.
>the script is always complete since Day 1
Oh wow, the fact that you equate the script alone to the entirety of the story says enough for me to know that you know absolutely nothing regarding the industry.
What a joke. 
Adds to the visual aesthetic.
Sure, why not.
Once was enough. If they kept it, it would give the impression what's going on right now is fake.
Noir as fuck spinoff about a Super Sentai team pretending to be actors in a show about themselves while fighting monsters in secret and trying to keep it from the public when?
That's not how it works
Not Sentai, but Red Axe's army from last episode fits that exact description.
If it did the speculahfags would go crazy.
Yeah. That's why we want a spinoff of it.