Kannagi 05

Kannagi

OMG LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL! Yamakan cameo in Kannagi thanking her for finally making him a director. Is he still pissed off about getting taken off Lucky Star? Anyways, this sure gave me a good laugh.

Also, in this episode…

Kannagi

… Super Nagi World! 8-bit Nagi for the win! I am so gonna lol if someone makes a real game out of this idea.

Finally, this week’s ending illustration is Nagi rendered by Aoki Ume-sensei. Nutbladder Nagi \o/!

Kannagi

9 Comments

  1. Myssa Rei Said,

    November 3, 2008 @ 4:29 pm

    *snickers* A Take That from the director at his former employers? I mean, Kannagi is doing pretty well, and has hit all the right comedic buttons so far.

  2. Cliff Said,

    November 3, 2008 @ 6:05 pm

    He’s clearly bitter.

  3. xstacy02 Said,

    November 3, 2008 @ 9:36 pm

    Well, he’s still SURVIVING after FOUR episodes…

  4. The Hordesman Said,

    November 3, 2008 @ 10:27 pm

    Well, did deserve the boot though (Lucky Star ep1 was why we all bashed it initially), but now he is worthy of the title of director, as he learnt from past mistakes.
    I think he should be thankful rather than bitter.

  5. Dakkar Said,

    November 4, 2008 @ 2:32 am

    Wasn’t harassing female seiyus the actual reason KyoAni got rid of him?

  6. steelbound Said,

    November 4, 2008 @ 6:24 am

    Having read the source material and watching the show so far, it seems like his idea of improving on the manga is by adding fanservice. Hardly original thinking. If this is the limit of his ability then I’m glad KyoAni sacked him before he felt the need to include a scene where Konata’s dad goes through her dirty laundry.

  7. Haesslich Said,

    November 4, 2008 @ 8:31 am

    Mmmm… drawn by Ume Aoki-sensei Nagi. Needs more Yuuno, but that’s it. ;)

  8. Bluestreak2 Said,

    November 5, 2008 @ 1:11 am

    That scene with Yamakon was epic, but even if he can’t cut it as a series director with KyoAni I’m pretty sure he’ll always have a job as an OP/ED director.

  9. future-briton.co.uk - Blog » Blog Archive » The way anime slash Japan changed me Said,

    January 2, 2009 @ 8:02 am

    [...] Then I discovered genres like drama, like Clannad or True Tears, and started watching older shows that I read about on blogs, like this famous Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu, Kanon (have yet to watch Air), Code Geass, Ouran, Azumanga Daioh or Gurren Lagann. I also discovered slice-of-life, like Hidamari Sketch or Sketchbook – Full colors -have yet to watch Aria, but it’s next on the list, in case anyone says something-; comedy, like Minami-ke. Satire, like Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei. Even sports like kendo, with Bamboo Blade. I found that not all shoujo (directed at girls) had to be cheesy or corny. A whole new world opened before my eyes. A world that offered me entertainment, not as obsessive as computer games, and less angry than your average Western show. It was also a new world to discover. One year later, the clueless Sergio that had watched Lucky Star was laughing when the director of the first episodes of said anime, who had been fired, made a cameo in Kannagi, an anime he directed, thanking Nagi for giving him a chance! [...]

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