>I'm an ordinary highschool student.
I want something original for once. I'm 99% sure this is just going to go through the motions of "mysterious girl drags normal boring guy into 'adventure' and tits and hijinks"
>I want something original for once
Well, you fucked up.
Yep, dropped. Fuck this show and fuck Japan.
You have a point.
What would you prefer?
Chances are its been done already.
Honoka is an alpha beta
Sure, but not 5 times per season.
You're supposed to watch it for the side cast, which is fun and interesting. Obviously the author went with the most generic average-guy-mc and bland-school-idol so he could make what he actually wanted yet remain commercially viable in Japan's sea of shit taste.
I almost never watch a show anymore unless it has a female lead, or if the male lead is unique.
Qwaser season three when?
There's no such thing as original fiction, anyway.
>Qwaser season three when?
If it had quality fight scenes and a bit more character development, it would be a fantastic series. First season was alright, second was kinda lame. I wouldn't object to a third though!
It's a running joke. Much of the manga starts off with it. It's self-irony.
>taller girl fetish
>most generic average-guy-mc and bland-school-idol
You done fucked up
Anime really should be more cinematic. It's quite obvious that most anime directors don't understand film and how to tell a story.
What with this first-person narration in almost every show? This is not a book nor a visual novel.
I'm almost sure that the second season was entirely intended to be a really long trailer for a potential season three.
The self-irony like that gets done to death so much I wish they'd just write some kind of original introduction instead of hiding behind the "irony" card (which is also called being lazy).
>what he actually wanted
anime directors need to be taught in hollywood or something
>first person narrative is not used in film
Do the people who visit this board get dumber every day?
>a cat girl with an annoying voice and a hime cut!
>subtly threatening loli-type!
>eye-patched tomboy with a wolf-thing that's also a scarf!
>a girl that's always angry and slouched over!
>forehead sword girl in a bob cut!
>and they're all wearing fruity costumes with giant silly hats, and theyrun around doing karaoke and having fun!
>she's, um. A school idol...but she's tall too?
You ditched at least 80% of currently released anime. And I agree with you. This high school shit abuse is too tiring.
But unfortunately otaku (target audience) like to fantasize back about what probably was the happiest period of their lives, and market is exploiting this fact.
Of course it's used, but not all the time like in anime. Show, don't tell, this should be the main principle of every filmmaker. Film/anime is a visual medium for crying out loud.
Actually it's used as a tidy framing device at the start of each episode. It offers a brief bit of exposition, and each episode it gets more and more interesting and convoluted subverting that cliche line completely.
Your post is bad and you should feel bad.
Otaku fanbase like to fantasize about back when they were an ordinary high school student and were surrounded by vagina that wants to wear them?