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post #92416 of 139869

Oh gosh

 

They are going hard in White Album 2

 

This.....this holy schiit. If you guys haven't seen it yet. Oh gosh.

 

The female MC's have actual depth! omfg! They are actually kinda normal and have awesome depth! The rawness in terms of the MC and his feeligns is also extremely awesome.

post #92417 of 139869
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

Oh gosh

 

They are going hard in White Album 2

 

This.....this holy schiit. If you guys haven't seen it yet. Oh gosh.

 

The female MC's have actual depth! omfg! They are actually kinda normal and have awesome depth! The rawness in terms of the MC and his feeligns is also extremely awesome.

ooh I might catch it when it finishes it's run! 

post #92418 of 139869

White Album 2 is bring anime back to its roots!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The episode was so raw but still closed in anime. The female MC Ogisa was extremely deep in that she wasn't just some cute girl. She wore regular jeans in a scene and had actual character and emotions. Next, the subtle facial expressions she made while changing AND the MC's while listening to her initial song was extremely raw. In how the anime is using facial expressions and almost more realism in its show. Where the MC isn't going to be wowed and in love all the time. But rather think it cute and be tired or uninterested at times.

Her changing scene was also nice in that it featured her as a girl. A girl that doesn't care and would wear her glasses and pony tails normally, but when excited, would spend time for an interest.

The last scene was also something that anime has not been doing lately. Anime used to end with beautiful music and real action. Too much anime is set in comedy and randomness today, and the ones that aren't. Fail at using the potential of their series to its max. White Album at the end, uses beautiful execution in unveiling the last f MC. The piano additions of her playing, and then the life saving moment and description of her hard work along with what she 'looks like' and then the ending song was what anime used to be.

White Album is focusing on the stuff that is usually missed and or dropped by anime today and it lets you know. It already showed you parts of what would happen in the later anime in the first episode. It already showed you what she looks like or who the painist was in the episode. But it denies just using you knowing who it is as a plot element. White Album puts you in on a journy with great cinematography and anime visuals as well as its addition with REAL music(not just an OP or ED) that is often played.
post #92419 of 139869
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post
 

White Album 2 is bring anime back to its roots!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The episode was so raw but still closed in anime. The female MC Ogisa was extremely deep in that she wasn't just some cute girl. She wore regular jeans in a scene and had actual character and emotions. Next, the subtle facial expressions she made while changing AND the MC's while listening to her initial song was extremely raw. In how the anime is using facial expressions and almost more realism in its show. Where the MC isn't going to be wowed and in love all the time. But rather think it cute and be tired or uninterested at times.

Her changing scene was also nice in that it featured her as a girl. A girl that doesn't care and would wear her glasses and pony tails normally, but when excited, would spend time for an interest.

The last scene was also something that anime has not been doing lately. Anime used to end with beautiful music and real action. Too much anime is set in comedy and randomness today, and the ones that aren't. Fail at using the potential of their series to its max. White Album at the end, uses beautiful execution in unveiling the last f MC. The piano additions of her playing, and then the life saving moment and description of her hard work along with what she 'looks like' and then the ending song was what anime used to be.

White Album is focusing on the stuff that is usually missed and or dropped by anime today and it lets you know. It already showed you parts of what would happen in the later anime in the first episode. It already showed you what she looks like or who the painist was in the episode. But it denies just using you knowing who it is as a plot element. White Album puts you in on a journy with great cinematography and anime visuals as well as its addition with REAL music(not just an OP or ED) that is often played.

Oh man that does sound GOOD... cmon now I don't need another anime to follow... thanks... Bowei now I get to follow 2 shows 

post #92420 of 139869

I tried to watch the first season of White album but didn't like the female characters at all. This one has been much better in only 2 episodes.

post #92421 of 139869
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Originally Posted by Muinarc View Post
 

I tried to watch the first season of White album but didn't like the female characters at all. This one has been much better in only 2 episodes.

 

 

What first season? This is the first season.

 

I've been telling everyone already. White Album 1 and 2 are different series. Not seasons.

post #92422 of 139869
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post


What first season? This is the first season.

I've been telling everyone already. White Album 1 and 2 are different series. Not seasons.

No. It's an album, not a series.
Why do people not get this!?
post #92423 of 139869
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post


No. It's an album, not a series.
Why do people not get this!?

White Album is indeed an actual album. White Album 1 and 2 are different series however. 

post #92424 of 139869
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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

White Album is indeed an actual album. White Album 1 and 2 are different series however. 

What about number 9?
post #92425 of 139869
Hajime no Ippo is really good. Just like the only other sports anime I have watched (Chihayafuru), the tension is incredible. The whole episode was just 3-4 rounds in a boxing match, and it felt like it only lasted a few minutes.
post #92426 of 139869

Oh man u guys are funny

 

also Legend of Korra Episode 6... me gusta 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
So Verrack is fueling the war between the North and the South, some ppl call him evil for that but... I like him. He's got that buisness Evil Monoply thing going there, and I'm just a sucker for Juliee... the Pepper Pot's to Tony Stark
 
Still I like that Verrack is... going down the path of Anti Hero... this should be good! I also wonder if he was in cohoots with the Northern Water Tribe Cheif Unoolock as well... this season is starting to look good :D 
post #92427 of 139869
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

Oh man u guys are funny

 

also Legend of Korra Episode 6... me gusta 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
So Verrack is fueling the war between the North and the South, some ppl call him evil for that but... I like him. He's got that buisness Evil Monoply thing going there, and I'm just a sucker for Juliee... the Pepper Pot's to Tony Stark
 
Still I like that Varrick is... going down the path of Anti Hero... this should be good! I also wonder if he was in cohoots with the Northern Water Tribe Cheif Unoolock as well... this season is starting to look good :D 

Yeah that was a good episode.

The Legend of Korra: Book 2 Episode 6 (Click to show)
Varrick seems to be quite the guy in terms of money, power, influence, and resources. I think it's going to be hard for Mako to take him down.

I do have to wonder why he let his own ships get sunk though...maybe to set up something for Asami?

 

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Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

White Album is indeed an actual album. White Album 1 and 2 are different series however. 

What about number 9?

What about Mighty No. 9?

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/10/01/mighty-no-9-coming-to-next-gen-consoles-and-handhelds


Edited by miceblue - 10/12/13 at 2:02pm
post #92428 of 139869
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post
 

Yeah that was a good episode.

The Legend of Korra: Book 2 Episode 6 (Click to show)
Verrack seems to be quite the guy in terms of power, influence, and resources. I think it's going to be hard for Mako to take him down.

I do have to wonder why he let his own ships get sunk though...maybe to set up something for Asami?

 

What about Mighty No. 9?

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/10/01/mighty-no-9-coming-to-next-gen-consoles-and-handhelds

Thank you mice <3

 

I'm pretty sure 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Losing a ship is nothing compared to raiding her entire Ware house and then becoming a MAJOR share holder in her company! 
 
I'm also having mixed feelings about the Mako Asami relationship we got going on, I always wanted Bolin to nab Asami, he's such a nut and she is so collected. 
 
that said, I think Mako can totally do it! Ofc his budding relationship with Asami, and Verrack as Asami's savior will create a nice tension for him :3
post #92429 of 139869
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

Oh man u guys are funny

 

also Legend of Korra Episode 6... me gusta 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
So Verrack is fueling the war between the North and the South, some ppl call him evil for that but... I like him. He's got that buisness Evil Monoply thing going there, and I'm just a sucker for Juliee... the Pepper Pot's to Tony Stark
 
Still I like that Verrack is... going down the path of Anti Hero... this should be good! I also wonder if he was in cohoots with the Northern Water Tribe Cheif Unoolock as well... this season is starting to look good :D 

This.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I like what he's doing. He's basically applying his business skills in war...so he can gain more money. I think he sees Future Industries as a stepping stone. Once war gears up, Future Industries will get orders from the Northern and Southern Water Tribes, and then he'll make profit off of that.
 
What happened to Korra is also interesting. I don't remember the name of the temple or the island Korra is on but it's the one that Aang went to during I think what was the Summer Solstice to talk to Avatar Roku's Spirit.
post #92430 of 139869
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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post
 

This.

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I like what he's doing. He's basically applying his business skills in war...so he can gain more money. I think he sees Future Industries as a stepping stone. Once war gears up, Future Industries will get orders from the Northern and Southern Water Tribes, and then he'll make profit off of that.
 
What happened to Korra is also interesting. I don't remember the name of the temple or the island Korra is on but it's the one that Aang went to during I think what was the Summer Solstice to talk to Avatar Roku's Spirit.
Warning: More Korra (Click to show)

Yeap I agree, I like that Verrack is driving the war forward. He knows that war equals money, it could also mean growth for all the charecters, Verrak is not thinking about the growth of any one, but from a story stand point. Book 2 is really going to help shape up Korra imo

 

and That island was a BIG turtle if you remember. 

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