K-On! is turning five, guys!
How does that make you feel?
like a dirty old otaku piece of shit
You're too hard on yourself, anon.
At least these girls make you feel warm inside, right?
>How does that make you feel?
Depressed since I still don't have a job.
>Still a NEET
Blame Wall Street, but never blame the Keions for that.
Angry and sad.
5 years later and KyoAni is still producing absolute garbage, go figure
Being the same age as them, it makes me wish I had some friends in college.
I feel nothing.
Sometimes, that's the best way to feel.
Jesus... How old are they now? 23ish? Our girls are all grown up now.
I wonder what their favorite beers are?
I think Mugi likes Foster's.
I can't see any of them drinking beer except for Ritsu and maybe Yui.
WHAT HUH WHAT WHAT DID YOU SAY
just started watching this for the first time
Reunion movie when?
cool blog, subscribed
>posts about K-On
Remember to take your time, because the first time is always magical for a series like K-On.
Put your trip back on faggot
You mean you didn't read the obituraries.jpg?
Years after her sweet high school days, Yui died because of the hard rock and roll lifestyle.
K-On will become a long-running franchise similar to Gundam and Macross.
If it is more like Gundam, it will have almost yearly releases of media and merchandise. It will have a Universal Century continuity which is based on the manga by Kakifly and the first and second seasons. This continuity will follow the lives of the original five characters and will mostly stick with the original formula namely: all-girls cast, school setting, predominantly cheerful pop music and general lack of drama.
A G K-ON! spin-off for shonen audiences will feature hot-blooded battle of the bands.
K-On Wing continuity will be geared for the Western audience but will be critcized for being too similar to Disney's High School Musical and Camp Rock, having male characters and having light teenage drama.
The rights to Sora no Woto will be bought by the K-On franchise and the resulting sequel set in an apocalyptic world will be called After War K-On X, which, while still related to the development of aeronautics and the search for paradise in a post-apocalyptic world, will incorporate more light-hearted musical elements.
Turn-A K-On will be the most comedic and optimistic of all the continuities, featuring highly enjoyable adventures in music and friendship every episode.
Years later, it will be introduced to a new generation of fans via a K-On Seed continuity but it will have male characters with heavy hints of hetero and lesbian romance and angsty drama. This of course will not go well with the old fans, but it will be massively popular and create a big impact on new fans.
K-On 00 will strive to find a balance between the current youth culture and the idealism of the original themes of K-On.
K-On Unicorn will signal a return to the Universal Century continuity with possible showing of University and post-University life.
Just go get something in customer service
Or food service
Or literally anything
I've been meaning to check it out.
Weirdly enough the first time I heard about K-On was about three or four years ago on a doom metal forum I still regularly post on. A musician posted a youtube link to one of their songs and was really impressed with how nice the instruments looked.
Glad you liked it. This post is definitely tumblr-esque
If it is more like Macross, it will have new releases every five years involving new characters in the same town while remaining faithful to the general formula of all-girls cast, school setting, predominantly cheerful pop music and general lack of drama.
It will feature a K-On Plus OVA involving two childhood friends turned friendly music rivals. Meanwhile, the computer club develops a custom voice synthesizer (think Vocaloid and MMD) that will render the Light Music Club obsolete.
K-On 7 will be a 50 episode TV series involving a band with a very charismatic guitarist/vocalist who believes in the power of Fuwa Fuwa Time and Tea and Cake as they take on the town besieged by a crime syndicate engaged in drugs and prostitution. It will also feature an adult Jun as the band mentor while also working as undercover cop. Its unbelievable premise which seems contradictory to the original formula will leave a bad taste in the mouth for Western fans, but it will remain popular to the Japanese audience.
K-On Zero OVA will return to the Death Devil days of high school senior Sawako, but the story will focus on a junior Light Music Club member in her journey to musical as well as self-discovery, which in turn influences Sawako to who she became in the original series.
K-On Frontier will aim to introduce the franchise to a new generation of fans. It would feature senior and junior bands who in their own styles try to revive the light and fluffy music style and laid-back philosophy of HTT to a school heavily influenced by manufactured pop of the record industry and affected by a looming economic crisis.
It will also have a non-canon OVA K-On II Fuwa Fuwa Again featuring a future Light Music Club that became famous nation-wide while in high school and the student journalist following their career as well as that of a rival but equally famous high school band from another town. This will be animated by KyoAni but will not involve Yamada and Kakifly.
It makes me sad I haven't gotten any better at art, because I want to draw them in cute outfits and frilly dresses
also tied up
Even if you have friends it will never be like being a member of Hokago Tea Time.
Anyways, 40 episodes, a film, and 6 vol of manga, the serie had a pretty nice run.
Why did the dream end, /a/?
Never. If they did anything, it would be in college which I doubt will happen because no Azusa. Unless it's a Wakaba Girls spinoff, which would be kind of awful I think. This is unless Kyoani finds a way.
Is there a name for that kind of mouth?
It's like she's a cat or something.
But must they come to an end?
Does that mean the universe will end too?
Yes. And that's what gives our lives meaning, in the end.
Hold me, anon.
Fuck that doujin.
The show is so interesting in the amount of butthurt it created at the time and that it continues to create to this day. Who would have thought that a simple show about 5 high school girls and their daily lives would be subject to such turbulent emotional responses? It's become a symbol of everyone who wants something easy to hate because at it's base it has nothing to stand on so it's easily knocked down.
I think K-ON provides a very unique insight on how people react to a work, and the the reaction towards that reaction, and how it affects certain communities.
Hold yourself. You can give your life meaning. I can't. Face the great unknown without fear and on your own feet.
It makes me feel new.
It's actually simpler than you're making it out to be. By being extremely popular AND a slice of life, K-ON receives hate from hipsters AND manime watchers, which can't be said for many other shows.
Snaggletooth. It's really popular in Asia
I'm just glad an image like the one I posted exists.
I'm thankful for whoever did this. Also the quality of yours is completely fucked up, what were you thinking.
Welp, guess it is.
But as long as I can see Mugi, I'm in heaven.
I've had just enough whiskey to want to spoonfeed you a better version.
Oh sankyuu very much
I'll drink to that.
~sigh~ She didn't even make it to the 27 club.
It legitimately ruined K-On for me for a long time.
He's so japanese
There were three of those damn doujins. It was like watching a train wreck in slow motion.
I couldn't watch ep 2 for the longest time!
>Reading doujins about the keions
Why would you do that in the first place ?
We're sorry! Curiosity got the better of us!
You know who else were touched by "curiosity" ?
Fuck that spoiler tag, you get it.
Hundreds heads is more scary than anything else, i think Mio is the bestest keion but that picture scare me
It reminds me of End of Eva. They're coming to get me!
who did the best subs for k-on?