Personally I always thought Madhouse did pretty decent work.
...I'm not sure if this is similarly bad or worse, considering this is Pokemon, which would totally love to do this format.Instead we'd have even longer panning shots, 10 minutes of recaps, and like 2 minute openings, so we'd only have like 5 minutes of new episode content per episode
I wish Toei did more filler arcs. At least that'd make it so the canon arcs don't overstuff their episodes with tasteless filler.Andddddd.... 20 times more filler arcs.
The One Piece Dressrosa arc lasts 102 chapters in the manga, while it lasts 116 episodes in the anime...I'm not sure if this is similarly bad or worse, considering this is Pokemon, which would totally love to do this format.
That's just BIG guesswork of mine but...And now I'm interested in Precure...but why Precure of all things?
Tbh even by DBZ they were really bad at padding out episodes, mostly through staredowns.Toei used to be good.
Their work on Saint Seiya back on the 80's was very solid specially for its time.
That's just BIG guesswork of mine but...
First of all PreCure is their creation, as in, it's not an adaption of something created by something else like the Shonen Jump stuff (Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball, One Piece) or Sailor Moon. Thus it kind helps them make more money.
And second - and actually the most important one - it makes them lots of money because of how well its stuff sells.
PreCure is owned by Toei Animation but further more the staff who work on it are big time bishoujo Otaku so the franchise has a legacy of attracting bishoujo fans and the fans who work on the series push for extra quality through their own sacrifice. Animators who like drawing cute girls work on the series and skilled directors also work on the series, which helps attracted skilled animators.And now I'm interested in Precure...but why Precure of all things?