Interview Gosho Aoyama 2016

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It is a shame that there were no quality questions. Also, I do not know if my impression is right, but it sounds as if Gosho was irritated with certain way of asking certain questions :-\
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"Aoyama Minami"???
It makes it seem a little dated IMO :V
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Jecka wrote:"Aoyama Minami"???
It makes it seem a little dated IMO :V
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Jecka wrote:"Aoyama Minami"???
It makes it seem a little dated IMO :V
It says "Takayama Minami" on the slide
so it was probably a mistranslation
their family names both have "yama" in them.

EDIT: seems bash responded while I was typing :P
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Sky Blue, who has been an excellent source so far, has written up their version of the main Q and A part.

http://sky969blue6261.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-235.html
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Almost all of the questions are the ones I posted on the first post but there's one I hadn't seen before:

Q: Can you tell us a highlight of this year's movie?
A: A highlight? Well... It's a confrontation with the BO. And, also... A fight between PSB's Amuro and FBI's Akai. Boxing vs Jeet Kune Do. Where they fight is frightening... You'll be like "they're gonna fight here of all places?".

I guess that means in some dangerous place: maybe in a highway or atop a building. We'll have to see.
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Spimer wrote:Almost all of the questions are the ones I posted on the first post but there's one I hadn't seen before:

Q: Can you tell us a highlight of this year's movie?
A: A highlight? Well... It's a confrontation with the BO. And, also... A fight between PSB's Amuro and FBI's Akai. Boxing vs Jeet Kune Do. Where they fight is frightening... You'll be like "they're gonna fight here of all places?".

I guess that means in some dangerous place: maybe in a highway or atop a building. We'll have to see.
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Akai vs Amuro ? That's E-P-I-C. I've always wanted to know who was the strongest of them.
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Holy crap. I always wanted to see it in the manga but I guess animation quality would be waaay worse in the TV version. Hopefully there will be something hype in the manga when the movie comes out, two birds, one stone style (or is it one bird two stones in this case).
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k11chi wrote:I guess animation quality would be waaay worse in the TV version.
Not if it was the climax of DC. You can bet they'd have great animation in that (or, at least far superior to the average animation).
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DCUniverseAficionado wrote:
k11chi wrote:I guess animation quality would be waaay worse in the TV version.
Not if it was the climax of DC. You can bet they'd have great animation in that (or, at least far superior to the average animation).
Im guessing they will start paying the costier animators about 5 years before that.
The key animators will "suddenly" change when we reach the Anokata/Gin arc and they will put out those episodes when they can't do 1 hour specials once every 1 cour (12 ep)
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With the way Gosho answers questions, it's almost like he doesn't know the answers himself, like he doesn't even know where he's going with the story.
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ssjup81 wrote:With the way Gosho answers questions, it's almost like he doesn't know the answers himself, like he doesn't even know where he's going with the story.
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“Life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent. We would not dare to conceive the things which are really mere commonplaces of existence. If we could fly out of that window hand in hand, hover over this great city, gently remove the roofs, and and peep in at the queer things which are going on, the strange coincidences, the plannings, the cross-purposes, the wonderful chains of events, working through generations, and leading to the most outre results, it would make all fiction with its conventionalities and foreseen conclusions most stale and unprofitable.”
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