What was /a/'s problem with this show again? Was it that fat bird? You can tell me.
There was no problem
It wasn't k-on s3
It was the most boring show ever, characters were shit, and there was that faggot bird as the cherry on top.
>Tamako fans vs. K-On fans
It's like the world's most violent slap fight.
It was very good but fags expected more k-on.
We all know who wins that fight every time tho.
the only good thing about that show is Mochizou
It was alright, thought not popular at all of course
I liked Tamako Market but at times I felt it was terrible, I think I just really disliked the parts focused on Midori because she was pretty annoying. So clingy. Same for Choi, most of the time.
Everything that involved the people of the shopping street, Mochizou, Kanna and Shiori, and Anko, was really good. Anything about Tamako's family was awesome. I feel they could have done much better by focusing more on it like they did in episode 9.
I can't wait to see the movie, it'll be interesting to see Tamako talk about growing up.
Anko was loli of 2013
That jealous cockblocking dyke.
It was cozy as fuck and girls was cute
I really liked it.
For me, the problem was that no character was developed enough for me to care.
Don't forget the delicious brown.
>dat perfect delicious brown
What a beautiful...boy...
It resolved jack shit but it was cute enough to make up for it
There was no problem.
Episode 4. /a/ hated the series after that, you know, the loli being a slut episode.
I just finished it recently, and I honestly loved it. I'd give it an or nine out of ten. If you were expecting more K-on, then I could see the disappointment. However if you judge it on it's own merits instead of comparing it to another show that has different themes, you'll be better able to enjoy it. It's kawaii as fuck and the way it handles the theme of love is perfect in my opinion. It doesn't try too hard and it leaves a lot of things unsaid, and in that regard I find it one of the most realistic stories. Obviously the talking bird detracts from that realism, and Dera was my least favorite part of the show, but his attitude is a nice contrast that makes the others more likeable. The plot line about the song she's always humming was a GREAT touch and the episode that explained that bit really was amazing. I also like how it didn't just slap information in your face and you learned things as a true third party observer would. Nobody said "the day mom died everyone was inside" you just knew that because of how her friends reacted. Not the greatest show ever made, but definitely still very good.
wow, she's an actual jungle bunny
You mean bird.
I'm a fan of both.
I feel like I have to put up with the bird being a Casanova to get anywhere with it.
Episode 1 weirded me out.
He was my least favorite part of the show, but even still I liked him. He sort of grows on you eventually, a lot like how he grows on the other characters and grows in size. His attitude is really obnoxious, but it provides great contrast that highlights the traits of the other characters, and it makes from some funny moments too.
I want boring as shit, nothing more.
Since when was /a/ a person.
Some disliked Tamako Market, and they where very vocal about it.
But the wast majority liked it
Boring. Just boring. I liked a lot of aspects of the show but put all together I couldn't keep interested.
do you think our board has become a haven for moefags
Mochizou is so fucking moe goddammit how is it even possible.
A lot of people call it boring, and I can understand that. It's not like most shows where they will put the characters in exciting (unrealistic) situations to make it more interesting. Instead, it really and truly is a SoL about people who live in a market district. You see their lives without all the typical flair that anime stories have. Real life isn't usually all that exciting and romances more often than not aren't resolved and things are left unsaid.
Reminds me of that weird cat-thing from Lucky Star.
Fun and interesting on the surface but they never go beyond that. I enjoyed almost every character but they just kept going in circles with the development. The plot at the end too was just a waste of time, I didn't give a shit about the prince.
It had a nice atmosphere and feeling, so I enjoyed it every week, but it was ultimately unsatisfying. Movie has potential.
Well I guess he IS fluffy as fuck but I don't really see it.
I did though, Tamako was like a big ball of unfiltered joy, happiest girl in the world.
this is more moe
Every single picture of him is moe-er than the last.
It had poor pacing towards the end and most of the cast was tremendously underdeveloped. If they took the blacks out and developed Shiori more it would have been a significantly better show.
At least it had Kanna.
>giving a boy girl eyes
Don't you know we have conventions in anime design language to avoid this kind of confusion?
Yeah how dare a little girl have a crush on someone.