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Re: Best Case in the Anime in 2011

Posted: January 12th, 2012, 4:40 am
by Kleene Onigiri
kkslider5552000 wrote:ok if any of you voted for the White Day case because of the romance scenes (and unironically), I'm locking the thread, am never posting a thread like this again and will do anything I can to make sure no one ever makes a topic like this again.

So, your lesson for today: don't vote if you tl;dr'd the thread.


Lol :x
If you don't want people to vote certain cases, don't put it as a choice in the first place ::) If you want to manipulate it :P

Re: Best Case in the Anime in 2011

Posted: January 12th, 2012, 2:21 pm
by kkslider5552000
Kleene Onigiri wrote:
kkslider5552000 wrote:ok if any of you voted for the White Day case because of the romance scenes (and unironically), I'm locking the thread, am never posting a thread like this again and will do anything I can to make sure no one ever makes a topic like this again.

So, your lesson for today: don't vote if you tl;dr'd the thread.


Lol :x
If you don't want people to vote certain cases, don't put it as a choice in the first place ::) If you want to manipulate it :P


kkslider5552000 wrote:because of the romance scenes



kkslider5552000 wrote:you tl;dr'd the thread.

Re: Best Case in the Anime in 2011

Posted: January 12th, 2012, 2:33 pm
by ranger
The Demon Dog case by far, probably my favorite most recent DC case - it wasn't tied down by any needless romantic angsty teen non sense or stupid relationships a la Chiba, plus putting aside the typical Japanese character references that I don't understand, it was a good case.

London arc was a big disappointment for me.  From hearing so much about it from the manga readers, I thought it was going to be truly epic with Black Organization development, further on the APTX effects on Shinichi, more on Ai since this is her mother's homeland, and more Yukiko/Yuusaku.

Unfortunately, we just got Shinichi looking like a tool in a pink shirt, cheesy romance (well, I guess ShinRans were happy), barely any Haibara, and like a deus ex split second cameo from Yukiko and Yuusaku.

Re: Best Case in the Anime in 2011

Posted: January 13th, 2012, 5:52 pm
by kkslider5552000
ranger wrote:London arc was a big disappointment for me.  From hearing so much about it from the manga readers, I thought it was going to be truly epic with Black Organization development, further on the APTX effects on Shinichi, more on Ai since this is her mother's homeland, and more Yukiko/Yuusaku.

Unfortunately, we just got Shinichi looking like a tool in a pink shirt, cheesy romance (well, I guess ShinRans were happy), barely any Haibara, and like a deus ex split second cameo from Yukiko and Yuusaku.

oh ranger, did you actually get your hopes up or think something would actually happen? I feel so sorry for you. Things don't actually happen in this series anymore.

Regardless, again, just the case. I really liked the London case itself. Not as much as the Demon Dog case and the ending was super anticlimatic but I liked it. It was like 2 cases for the price of one, which is cool as long as they don't overdo it. Of course, that depends if you think the more over the top parts of the case are cool or too unrealistic (I personally loved the use of tennis braille, but I always appreciate the creative and over-the-top I suppose)

Re: Best Case in the Anime in 2011

Posted: January 15th, 2012, 11:56 pm
by ranger
It's sad that now I know that Ai's British heritage will never again have the opportunity for a deep level of development, because I highly doubt that Shinichi and Co. are ever going back to Britain.  What a waste.

Idiotic writer Gosho: Has a London case that he could potentially tie in long awaited character development - has a generic romance moment that he could of done with pretty much any case.