Was Horizon really any good or was it one of 'those' shows?
A show that required focus and attention?
It was really good.
When in doubt check the breast sizes.
It was good at distracting you from how bad it was/
Do you mean that in a Code Geass sense? Honestly I like the aesthetics of this show and I thought it was a typical SoL meets space type deal but then I heard it's actually pretty good if a little ridiculous in parts, but more in a Code Geass botched way.
It was shit as a story, because the entire thing was wild and silly. As a comedy it's gold. As a "watch those tits swing with fucking exciting action everywhere turn off you're brain, you're going to have fun"-type anime, it's great. You'll like it unless you watch Hadena subs, hate enjoyment, or think "muh animes must be perfectly written"
Do you like true love? Do you like OTPs? Do you like over the top battles?
You might have fun.
I think I fall in a weird position in that slow paced 'Dehehe' type airheaded anime really gets to me and pisses me off but I have nothing against wildly swinging tits and plot so bad it's good.
Didn't like K-ON, loved Akikan. I'm that kind of person.
But it's not funny at all. Even on a "Someone actually thought this was worth animating?" level is gets stale by the third episode
Everybody knows that the first 3 to 4 episodes of Horizon are garbage set-up. After the unlimited bullshit "I can cut through dimensions" crazy action starts, it only goes up in comedic value. S2 even somehow surpasses S1 in ridiculousness.
It's fun if you like historical tropes, fictional recreation of timelines/world building, POLITICS, Sengoku-esque clan battles with a healthy dose of fan service. Otherwise, look elsewhere for your fix, you'll only hurt yourself trying to understand making sense of it.
> trying to make sense of it.
Horizon had true love.
It isn't that hard to make sense of.
They'll never be back, will they?
I dunno, I thought it was easy to watch since I have the attention span greater than a 10 year old.
Everything was explained in the anime, even little bits that were left out in the book were written in so that continuity issues would be resolved.
S2 was that and even more.
Do it if you like kikes being kikes.
>Watch the entire first season
>Realize I didn't understand anything by the end of it
How was S2?
Maybe it's just me, but I had to rewatch some episodes that's dialogue heavy, like the whole meat purchase for instance.
roller coaster boat flipping awesome
>Bad guys kidnap the girl
>Guy goes to rescue girl
Pretty much all you need to know for a basic experience.
OTP's in the series are great.
I wanted to fuck Mary. No, I still want to fuck Mary. I'd fuck the living shit out of Mary. So so hard. She's so hot I can't believe it.
Horizon has a great cast with great interactions backed up by stylish battles and great aesthetics all around (godly soundtrack too). The first four episodes of the first season are lackluster, but after that it's outstanding. Definitely worth watching. Shame there wont be more.
>Shame there wont be more.
What are you talking about? It sold a crapton.
Came for Chiwa Saito, stayed for Miyuki Sawashiro.
I seriously doubt Sunrise won't do more considering how popular it is.
I certainly enjoyed it.
It can use second watchings, but it isn't hard to make sense of.
they were next a nuclear fusion explosion, try to guess
It was great, don't listen to the "so bad it's good", "just watch it for the fanservice" or "just turn your brain of"-people. They somehow seemed to have missed all the points that made it actually good (probably due to the aforementioned "turning their brains off"), like the stunning setting or the amazing cast. And it's not like the first couple of episodes are absolutely fucking awful either, contrary to what some people seem to imply. It's just that they were necessary setting up the rather complex parts of the setting that puts the plot in motion.
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