Psycho-Pass 18, Magi 19, Senran Kagura 7

Psycho-Pass 18

Magi 19

Senran Kagura 07

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17 Responses to “Psycho-Pass 18, Magi 19, Senran Kagura 7”

  1. Daniel says:

    Official lyrics for Psycho-Pass?

  2. Elly says:

    Wow, thank you very much for releasing Psycho-Pass so quickly!

  3. kk says:

    Release Kokoro Connect already, will ya?

    • Xythar says:

      Release a half translated ep16 script with no editing, timing or typesetting? You sure?

      • kk says:

        Ok, then poke the translator for me. KC is the new Maria.

        • Xythar says:

          You got a couple more years before that’s true.

          If they hadn’t screened on AT-X we wouldn’t have been able to do them at all until like March, so you’re still not doing too badly.

  4. Choob says:

    Now I’m curious to see how Psycho-Pass 18 is.

  5. bbo says:

    dat bitch is cold… so cold she has rocks.

  6. Azurist says:

    Jesus christ there was a metric ton of QUALITY in Psycho-Pass this week. But at least it shows that they’re hoarding the budget for the last couple of episodes…

    • herkz says:

      the problem is not with budget, but scheduling

      so no, not really saving for the last couple of episodes

      • Strych says:

        I don’t follow. What scheduling issue cropped up such that Episode 18 had ass character animation but that the episodes before it did not and the episodes after it likely will not be quite so bad either? Did Production I.G put out a Ghost in the Shell OAV this month or something?

        Budget issues to me would seem the more likely of the two. It’s like Fate/Zero all over again where they splurged on the stupid Loli Rin episode and then what should have been the epic Banquet of the Kings the very next week had some of the absolute worst character animation in the entire series. I’d think it was the same thing here but in reverse: deliberately saving money and resources now (at the cost of 18’s aesthetic appeal) so that the final episode or episodes can look even more ridiculously pretty than normal.

        • herkz says:

          They’ve been outsourcing episodes to different teams/animation directors. The AD said he didn’t have time to check over the animation before it aired. It doesn’t sound like a budget issue at all.

          • Strych says:

            I hadn’t even been paying attention to that during the ending credits. Just assumed we had the same team on board the entire time. Thanks for the info, and yes, I can see why your hypothesis seems more likely than budget issues given this information. (Although one does have to wonder if budget issues are still at the heart of why they’d even outsource to random studios like this in the first place rather than just doing things with one team, the best team, for the entire stretch.)

            As for the AD claiming he didn’t have time to check over the animation before it aired, that’s hard to believe. Isn’t it sort of the animation director’s JOB to, y’know, *direct the animation*? :\ Make calls about angles to be used, who to show when and for how long, whether to be zoomed in or zoomed out, etc? He’s basically saying “I didn’t have time to do my job so please don’t angry at me for not doing my job. ;_;” Uhhh … time or no time, why are you getting paid to clear crap like THIS?


            That last one was especially bad. It looks bad enough static, but it looked ten times worse in the actual episode. That stupid look on Masaoka’s face like he’s gawking at baby pictures of Kou-chan … never mind how poorly drawn said look on his face is.

  7. Lemniscate says:

    I think the title should be “A Message Written in Water” as opposed to “on” – it’s a Keats quote.

  8. Big_Boss_90 says:

    Thank you!