• Monday, December 19th, 2011

So everyone that matters, that is to say, you the fans… has been tearing up for that sappy story in episode 20. Well, I have to agree the direction was remarkable, with the right buildup for Chihaya’s return to singing. But the script was lazy and boring.

If anything this scene from episode 21, where President Kuroi sabotages 765’s bgm was in my honest opinion the best scene to date; and let’s face it, nearly every scene in iDOLM@STER is amazing.

I can’t believe I just said that about an anime based off a milk-money fanservice franchise. Considering its roots, I guess we should be glad the characters are in color, but this series has already exceeded my expectations to a point where I can no longer remain silent.

Damn it Japan, you win again. Fuck you, idolmaster.

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    Liberator    » Reply «

    Looks like you finally realize that moe and fanservice anime works. But it is probably that highly anticipated series tend to disappoints (in part due to unreasonable expectations), while some shows that are consider pandering to the otaku base, such as iDOLM@STER, will not only excess expectation, but shows signs of real quality.

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