An elemental workshop.

Of all the possible studios, all the immensely skilled crews who have succeeded and not failed a single instance in recreating a visual novel as an anime, the studio responsible for Little Busters! is JC Staff.

Time and time again have Kyoto Animation and P.A. Works taken a visual novel and turned it into an anime absolutely flawless – yet instead of either of them, Little Busters! was put into the hands of JC Staff, a studio which can hardly manage to make an average anime series, and dishes out bulk quantities of animation every season in an attempt to score equally as fat profits. No wonder the visuals were looking weak compared to the visual novel. There’s certainly no one rejoicing at the word of this news – only sighing and facepalming in despair.


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