kkslider5552000 wrote:I'd be fine with keeping this for a while, since I feel like every Opening animation (barring the last B'z one, ironically) for years has either been ridiculous or boring (yes, even by the standards of basically any of the older ones)
So an opening that's comprised of no original animation of its own isn't
boring? So the song is what makes the difference, then (the audio makes up for the visual)? OP 45 is on par with OP 6, in terms of having no original animation of its own (it basically takes footage from OPs 35–44 and uses overlays and filters).
Which OPs were "boring?" (would "too little" also be an appropriate descriptor?) Which ones were "ridiculous?" (would "too much" also be an appropriate descriptor?)
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