Why do people like The Tatami Galaxy? I heard it was an amazing anime with intelligent writing and a profound moral, but all I got was repetitive bullshit, albeit with nice grippy visuals and catchy as fuck OP and ED. In the end, I still felt like it wasted my time
That's how it would feel if you were to miss the entire point of the show
>Why do people like The Tatami Galaxy?
Because hipsters think non-generic art = good show. Even though the story was garbage and the characters shallow.
nice bait thread
If you're talking about the love interest arc, I would understand(but not agree), but there was plenty of variation between the other episodes.
I more or less agree. It was shallow and overwrought. Live and learn.
It's only good when you read the original novel in japanese, a bit tiring to read through though
literally the same argument any uneducated slumdog would make
The art direction is fantastic
The characters are lovable and memorable
The ending is very satisfying both for having a happy ending to the romance and tying up all of the subplots in one fell swoop
It's really a pretty unique premise to begin with. It's a groundhog day scenario in which every single episode starts similarly but plays out entirely differently, while still adding context to events from prior and future episodes. I think the writing was pretty well-crafted for pulling everything off as well as it did.
A vague outline since I'm not going to type up an essay for you:
-great art and animation
-an eccentric, likeable cast of characters
-stories that are a decent change of pace from what we typically get with anime that are also a lot of fun(my particular favorite being the slander film episode)
-an ending that wraps everything up and doesn't make me feel angry or unsatisfied
You have to be directionless and in your mid 20's to enjoy it, not a 13 year old aspiring video game tester like you.
How does Uchouten Kazoku compare to this? The adaptation seems to have less visual flare
Starts off slow but the payoff is great. A lot more Japanese folktale/mythologies so it might be more enjoyable if you have some basic knowledge.
I'm disappointed that Uchouten Kazoku didn't keep Kumata's character designs which were used in the promo pics.
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So as someone graduating college next year in his early 20s, I'm out of the target demographic. Alright then.
So it's only good if you can self-insert?