I mean, what's the fucking point of making a story about someone that gets thrown into another world in a shit position if you just dig them straight out of that position in the first couple episodes. There was absolutely no struggle aside from the first time he found out he was an 8th son, but then from that point onwards it was just a training montage which ended in him becoming the most powerful super wizard of all time. Not to mention the MCs gotten no shit for his former position after outranking his family members to become the head of his own, so technically in his society he's no longer an 8th son, so why is it even called that. The plot keeps trying to steep itself in politics, but with such garbage writing the political "problems" encountered are no more than a minor inconvenience which don't mean much in the long run and are resolved as quickly as they're introduced. It's so ungodly boring that I can't seem to wrap my head around why this trash out of all the fucking amazing anime this season had been the one of the only shows I'd heard about for a while prior to its release.
Also the animation is shit and the designs are ugly, as is to be expected of kusome
Yeah agreed. The MC has zero struggles, he's instantly thrust into being a magical God and then timeskip and now he's got his harem and has become the least interesting person in the story. It's just a shame everyone else is equally boring since they're given pretty much no screen-time.>>40542
Listeners has definitely been the biggest dissapointment. I was expecting it to be a bit more interesting and the musical themes to be more prominant.
Simple, limited uses per day or an MP cost to the healing magic such that is not worth fixing sprains with magic.
That'd be all well and good if they didn't show them healing a whole army with serious injuries via their magic for an episode, and also having no issues this episode or after that battle due to exhausting all their mana. There's really no downside to using heal on a sprain.
Is Listeners really that bad? I thought it was an interesting concept and was thinking of picking it up.
It really is. Sure, the rock references may make it seem appealing, but that's all the show has going for it. The plot is unengaging, the mechs ugly, the characters uninteresting, and it moves at a breakneck pace. The show's a bit episodic with an overarching story, which you'd think would be nice, right? However, the somewhat episodic nature is just a way for them to blast through characters that are references to old music stars with no real care given to how they do so. Like episode 4 was about an investigation into a school where there was something about a performance enhancer called "teen spirit", and in that single episode they go to the school, solve the mystery (it was a conspiracy involving nirvana) and they leave. Then the next episode I described in >>40542
, that entire arc occurred and ended in that episode.
That sucks to hear. I always thought it would be cool if there was a show about popular music history, but I guess this is not it.
Watching the crappy seasonal anime kinda sucks in two ways. One, it's hard to get through them. And two, it makes me less motivated to watch the good.
Can someone explain to my why their hands are so normal sized with all the gay in that
finally finished catching up on the crappy anime this season, time to watch the good ones
Why do people watch bad shows?
Jimi Stonefree waited. The lights above him blinked and sparked out of the air. There were earless in the gig. He didn't see them, but had expected them, now for years. His warnings to Tommy Walker were not listenend to and now it was too late. Far too late for now, anyway.
Jimi was a player for fourteen years. When he was young he watched the player gig and he said to dad "I want to be in a gig, daddy."
Dad said "NO! YOU WILL BE KILL BY EARLESS!"
There was a time when he believed him. Then as he got oldered he stopped. But now in the gig of the Project Freedom he knew there were earless.
"This is Tommy," the radio crackered. "You must fight the earless!"
So Jimi gotted his player machine and blew up the group.
"HE GOING TO KILL US," said the earless!
"I will attack at him," said the Earless queen and she fired earless at him. Jimi lasered at her and tried to blew her up. But then the gate opened and they were trapped and not able to kill.
"No! I must kill the earless," he shouted!
The radio said "No, Jimi. You are the earless."
And then, Jimi was a Earless.
Ok, I giggled.>>40740
I sometimes watch shows I have low expectations of as a form of procrastination. It's a way to spread out the good stuff over a longer period and make it look better by contrast.
Same goes for me, I feel that it gives you more appreciation for when an anime does something well after you've seen it fucked up or done poorly by dozens of other shitshows.