Let me put it simply. Psycho-Pass thread
Please keep it without moe. There is no moe at all
So do people die when they're turning into light?
Also don't forget to post psychopass.gif
Akane is strange.
The 2nd season's MC will be Kagari, don't ask, my dad works at Urobuchi
Rewatching the anime in these days. I didn't remember it so gay. Kogami screams fujobait from every pixel.
Do we have a date on season 2, or is it still in the air?
I think it air in spring but I'm not sure.
I finished the series yesterday and it was a hell of a ride I'm eager to see what they will do in the season 2.
Also fuck you Urobutcher for killing the best detective.
They didn't even bother to bring up the Dick's work that is actually relevant to the plot.
I haven't read all of his work, but I assume you're referring to Minority Report?
Why did Shogo spare Akane's life at the end?
>"The Leningrad psychiatrists," Bryant broke in brusquely, "think that a small class of human beings could not pass the Voigt-Kampff scale. If you tested them in line with police work you'd assess them as humanoid robots. You'd be wrong, but by then they'd be dead."
tl note: voigt-kampff scale means psycho-pass
Might have been trying to avoid mentioning it by name since it was a relatively recent movie and may have drawn unfavorable comparisons. Just a thought.
>my dad works at Urobuchi
The power of moe compelled him.
I think it (characters within the show) then also pointed out that the society they live in doesn't really resemble Nineteen Eighty-Four in comparison to some other stuff.
But there were also replicants that could pass as human. Does that mean there are normal people who get flagged as criminals in PP?
ha ha I'm worried about your father
Because she will destroy her world eventually.
Who is going to do the powerpoint presentations now?
>All the best characters are dead
Should have thought about this earlier, butcher
You stepped into the wrong thread, nigger
Makishima certainly bought the idea, at least according to the criminal profiler who started describing Orwell's "perfect prison".
Will Gino ever find happiness?
Urobutcher is already lubing up his dick for all the suffering he is going to give us this season.
Has anyone seen this?
Confirmed for villain. I fucking called it. The Sybil System stepped directly in between him and his sense of justice. It was only a matter of time.
The gun was out of bullets, he lost his razor in the oats factory, and he was too badly injured already from a combination of Kogami slashing him and Akane making him crash the truck to kill her with his bare hands.
>who started describing Orwell's "perfect prison".
The panopticon is foucalt.
Actually the panopticon is Bentham, Foucault just interpreted it new.
This show was too spooky for me if you know what I mean.
Makishima was cool but the plot can develop more now that he's dead so I have no complaints about that.
Can't wait for Season 2: Spooky Boogaloo
captcha: sarah boogie
Everyone knows the best character is the MC.
Dead guys don't talk.
I hope he finally cuts his bangs in the second season.
Kagari's face is scaring.
Why is the Psycho-Pass theme so good
>not liking bangs
Come on, they are annoying, just like those "please adjust them already" glasses he fortunately ditched
Here's your new villain for the second season, niggas.
I wish this show had decent wallpapers.
I think it's pretty obvious that Gino is gonna die in this season right
everyone else will die. Gino's suffering can never end.
i hate when they try to be edgy by making the girl mc have a dyke haircut and boyish non feminine features
i'll stick to long haired skinny sluts with revealing clothing and huge tits please
It was the captcha stupid shit that made me say it.
>>>/anywhere but here/
>I think it air in spring but I'm not sure.
Spring is booked with that LN adaptation and Yuasa's new work
my money is on Fall
i hope Yayoi and Shion get way more screentime in S2
leit motifs are awesome
I'd say Psycho Pass has more in common with Minority Report than Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep.
I don't understand why she chose to become an enforcer rather than following that singer. She played underground, had been imprisoned for some time on SIBYL's judgement, and was totally homolusting after the person trying to convince her. I mean, for someone as (seemingly) straight-edge as Akane, it's believable that her faith in the system would make her hesitate like she did in the eleventh episode, but I don't buy that at all for what'shername here.
I thought it was implied that she did it for awhile. I think they just didn't have enough episode time to fully flush out her story.