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Who would you like to be the director of the anime in gen 8? Lead writer?

Discussion in 'Pokémon Animé Discussion' started by mehmeh1, Dec 21, 2018.

  1. LilligantLewis

    LilligantLewis primarina donna

    really depressing
     
  2. Akkipeddi

    Akkipeddi Double Accel!

    Can't be anymore depressing than the current state of affairs of the anime.
     
  3. LilligantLewis

    LilligantLewis primarina donna

    ^this is false
     
  4. DatsRight

    DatsRight Well-Known Member

    To be truthful I see far less episodes now where it feels like the writers are just dully going through the usual motions than I did during the 'classic formula' era beforehand.

    Even some of the most flawed episodes in SM I felt their heart was in the right place and reasonable charm and effort went into it. There are some bland episodes, sure, but they are the exception, not the rule, while a lot of times before I felt like I was enduring a marathon of dull episodes just to get to the good bits.
     
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2019
  5. mehmeh1

    mehmeh1 Well-Known Member

    even episodes like 52, 66, or 102?
     
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  6. DatsRight

    DatsRight Well-Known Member

    They weren't amazing but they weren't insufferably dull or interchangeable with a ton of other episodes in the show, and usually tried a different pace from the norm. 52 in particular worked as a gentle 'calm before the storm'.
     

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