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14 Comments

  1. Wanderer

    …Was the quality worse? I didn’t notice. I was too busy enjoying the episode.

  2. Also, Aqua’s miniskirt seems to have gotten even mini-er. At least in that scene… Geeze girl, doesn’t that get chilly?

  3. It was. And the worse it gets, the harder I laugh. They’re definitely doing it on purpose.

  4. Aqua’s a goddess, she’ll live. I’m more worried that she’s being a bad influence on a certain lolikko. Or maybe they’re just all terrified that Kazuma will steal their panties, and this is the foolproof solution they’ve come up with.

  5. I did notice the difference in quality when they dragged him, but until I saw the still images I didn’t really notice. I think it’s because of how our eyes work. “The eye perceives more detail in still objects than when they’re in motion. Because of this, a video compressor can apply more compression (drop more detail) when things are moving.” Also, I didn’t realize how bad DEEN was but I googled it and found this (https://anijubo.wordpress.com/2015/02/05/studio-deen-hate/).

  6. As for Aqua, I think it’s her personality as to why he’s not attracted to her. Megumin is sort of the same reason. Darkness also has her problems, but at least she tried to act normal when she first met him and she does act normal from time to time. Plus, it might also be his preference that her hair is the longest and has that adult charm and she’s a female knight.

  7. DEEN is kind of infamous for its low budget productions. Their attempt at Fate/stay wasn’t particularly amazing, and a lot of people despaired when it was announced they’d be taking over for Log Horizon S2, although in hindsight it wasn’t that bad in the end. 2016 has been sort of a resurgence year for them in terms of both sales and reputation, with Konosuba, Sakamoto and Rakugo Shinjuu all having been positively received.

  8. Yeah, I watched Fate/stay night, and it was passable, but compared to UBW it was sort of lackluster. I got the feeling that the quality wasn’t as good as the original visual novel. It is kind of unfair to compare something from 2014 to something from 2006, but I would agree Gurren Lagann, which came out a year later, had pretty good visuals that still hold up today. I also watched Log Horizon S2 as well, but I didn’t notice how bad it was until I saw this comment (https://www.reddit.com/r/anime/comments/4brwyy/why_does_everyone_seem_to_hate_studio_deen/d1by4e8/).

  9. Comparing ufotable to DEEN at all is also kind of unfair, especially since the former is often thought of as one of the more ‘premium’ studios. Gurren Lagann has aged really well, in part helped by Trigger’s lively art style.

  10. kinghumanity

    Oh dear. At least Log Horizon is better known for its plot and response to the MMO craze instead of its visuals. And Lenessia is still a qt.

  11. kinghumanity

    Konosuba’s the rare anime where the animation quality is inversely proportional to its funniness and enjoyment. It’s almost like how the derpiness of some of The Simpsons’ early 90s episodes made the gags funnier.

  12. Some of the gags were funnier, but the teeth in old art style Simpsons episodes were always really off-putting to me. When I was young, I remember being really confused as to how something in those old episodes felt different, and I could never put my finger on exactly what it was.

  13. MalRoadkill

    Konosuba OP2 is so [censored] that it’s amazing. I can’t believe even an OP made me laugh. DEEN is making anime great again in the cheapest way possible. All I’m going to ask for is that they draw some cute Megumins once in a while.

  14. If S2 performs as well as 1, it’s likely Konosuba’s entire LN could be adapted for anime. The source WN’s already ended, and is currently being adapted for LN format (subject to editor rewrites/changes etc).

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