It’s an interesting time in anime, and there’s plenty of stuff to be grateful for.
Thanks, Anime, for providing affordable DVDS of series loved by all types of otaku, from Gurren-Lagann to Ouran High School Host Club to Aria and beyond.
Thanks, Anime, for making strides to becoming more accessible. Strike Witches isn’t what I’d call a show I’d recommend to others, but I commend GONZO for putting itself out there. And while some of you may have made a few missteps, like Sony with your super-expensive PS3 episodes of Xam’d, I’ll still be there to buy the DVDs.
Thanks, Anime, for having an incredible season this year with something for everyone, with fine work in practically every genre and sub-genre. With this, I have no regrets.
Thanks, Anime, for your plans to give us an Ultimate Crossover Pretty Cure Movie that we’ve been waiting for since Max Heart ended. I look forward to the 11-girl Ultimate Crossover Pretty Cure Finisher. It’s also thanks to this image that I realize that the more athletic Precure girls have tanner skin. You learn something everyday.
Thanks, Anime, for slating a Professor Layton Animated Movie scheduled for 2010. I’m not even kidding.
And finally, Thank You for an incredible year of Ogiue, JAM Project, good friends, good opportunities, and so much more.
Wow, Professor Layton movie? I didn’t hear about this.
You didn’t mention Marimite!
“Thanks, Anime, for having an incredible season this year with something for everyone, with fine work in practically every genre and sub-genre. With this, I have no regrets.”
Seconding this part.
This was certainly an uplifting little post while being stuck at work. Thanks!
I know that Narutaki and I are eagerly awaiting the Professor Latyton movie as well.
And thanks anime for having kick-ass shows that actually move people to tears.
People can scoff all they want about “cartoons” and how “live action” = you being an adult, but there are some things you can only show through cartoons, and that’s completely super special awesome.