It's not bad. Not the best anime this season but I still watch it.
It's in my top 3 so far.
Nanami a best
TV anime had some lapses in quality.
Might as well wait for complete Bluray release.
>cute caracterdesign wasted on idolshit
Idols are the cance of anime
>Idols are the chance of anime
Damn right they are.
actually WuG is the deconstruction of idol anime... that's why it's soo interesting
I don't even think the show is good at this point, but I can't seem to stop watching idol shows. Something is definitely wrong with me.
Deconstruction (French: déconstruction) is a literary theory and philosophy of language derived principally from Jacques Derrida's 1967 work Of Grammatology. The premise of deconstruction is that all of Western literature and philosophy implicitly relies on a metaphysics of presence, where intrinsic meaning is accessible by virtue of pure presence. Deconstruction denies the possibility of a pure presence and thus of essential or intrinsic meaning.
Derrida terms the philosophical commitment to pure presence as a source of self-sufficient meaning logocentrism. Due to the impossibility of pure presence and consequently of intrinsic meaning, any given concept is constituted and comprehended linguistically and in terms of its oppositions, e.g. perception/reason, speech/writing, mind/body, interior/exterior, marginal/central, sensible/intelligible, intuition/signification, nature/culture. Further, Derrida contends that of these dichotomies one member is associated with presence and consequently more highly valued than the other which is associated with absence. Deconstruction reveals the metaphysics of presence in a text by identifying its conceptual binary oppositions and demonstrating the speciousness of their hierarchy by denying the possibility of comprehending the "superior" element of the hierarchy in the absence of its "inferior" counterpart. Denying an absolute and intrinsic meaning to either element of the hierarchy différance is revealed (rather than proposed as an alternative) according to Derrida. Différance is a Derridaean neologism that is the antithesis of logocentrism, it is a perpetual series of interactions between presence and absence—where a concept is constituted, comprehended and identified in terms of what it is not and self-sufficient meaning is never arrived at—and thus a relinquishment of the notions of intrinsic and stable meaning, absolute truth, unmediated access to "reality" and consequently of conceptual hierarchy
If watching idol anime is wrong, then I don't want to be right.
Keep posting it. Maybe you'll be able to revert emo back to the original definition, too.
I want to stick it in Nanami's butt.
If Jacques Derrida is such an expert on deconstruction, how come he wasn't the one who wrote the tvtropes page on it? Hmmm?
What is this show about? idols doing slutty things?
idolmaster minus 3 girls
Minami is best WUG.
Debate me, Christians.
WuG is basically bunch no-name country-girl idols... incompetently managed by a beta manager and run&owned by a jew president
>Not the best anime this season
Understatement of the season right there. Not that I'm not both watching and enjoying it, though.
Not OP, but it's one of my favorites, and would definitely be a contender for best of the season if not for the glaring QUALITY.