>>498034 despite the subject of the content, his commentary here is really incredible it's legitimately insightful
>>498042 Absolutely The connection with Bill Clinton is great As is the way he talks about how the minigames are ordered and how it reflects someones lifetime in the sonic fanbase Or when he talks about the spread of fetishes over the internet You probably understand it on a deeper level than me with how much you've researched linguistics and the spread of culture. It's amazing stuff though
Yeah. Plus it shakes up the narrative a bit from SoL and derbies. It's nothing revolutionary but it's still good writing.
Plus this gives Spe-chan a good reason to start taking this stuff more seriously, too. >>496101 I feel like sports anime don't usually take injuries as seriously or realistically as they should, but I've yet to see if this one is really any different. A fractured leg could take up to a year before it's healed enough and you're back in practice enough to run normally again. If she recovers enough to just have a friendly race with spe-chan that would be cool.
I don't think she'd be out of commission for a full year, they might apply some fiction suspension of reality to have her heal up and out of rehab to have her run with Spe-chan before leaving for America.
They are horsegirls and this is anime after all, but it still would break my immersion if she was winning races in like a month!
Yeah a month would definitely be stretching it. I don't buy the sheer optimism of Spe-chan's "you'll be running at 100%, no 120%!" really.
The animation in this hasn't been great but I think it's been getting more and more QUALITY as it goes on. This is the same studio that did Madchen Marchen last season too. I wonder if they can hold out to the end this time.