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In a post-Haruhi world, is there room for average-kun meets enigmatic girl and gets dragged into club-related misadventures?
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What do you think?
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The girls are cute but chuu2 can't hold a candle to Haruhi.
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>>101787775
does d-frag! count?
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>enigmatic girl
>dragged into misadventures
>In school club

They really should start doing something new. Why is every anime set in school? this fucking sucks.
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>>101787969
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>>101787972
because there are no awesome adult japanese
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>>101788038
More like that they can't write shit.


Could be a story of some bad guys ass kicking but all those writers most likely have already forgot that there's stuff that is not school.
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>>101788122
Adult life is terribly depressing even in japan.
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>>101788206
That's why you could write something cool that is fiction.

But it takes to be a writer.
Western media somehow manages to write stories (with actual plot) that might be not stupid cute but totally not boring and overused.
>American psycho - fun misadventures
>Dexter
>Barking bad
Just why can't japs write something like that?
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>>101788305
They could and they probably have, but the fact remains that following the anime formula is a safer bet than trying new plots on an entrenched fan base that hits back hard any time their cartoons stray into unfamiliar territory.
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>>101787972

Because it's a safe card. It's flexible but at the same time familiar.



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