Additional key visuals are available of Kyoto Animation’s upcoming work “Chuunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai!” – and it seems that aside from growing weary in character design, the studio is also losing creativity elsewhere.
Not enough is it that the females are all conventional moeblobs within this series, Kyoto Animation is seemingly not too colorful when it comes to the mannerisms and gestures of their characters either. Looking through the visuals above and below, for any who have been keeping up with Kyoto Animation’s releases, it’s impossible not to take notice that the characters seem to be engaging in posing which isn’t similar, yet rather, perfectly identical to that seen within their other moeblob adventures – such as K-ON! and Hyouka.
Elements can be recycled only so many times till becoming completely bleak, as if moeblobs and their relevant postures haven’t already – and it’s merely ridiculous the extent to which this has all become a platitude. The visuals manage to be legitimately amusing in how unoriginal they are – making it seem as if one solid reason to watch the series is simply to ridicule the many tropes prevalent.
And serving to actually be somewhat impressive, the generic aspects keep stacking up further whenever more pre-release material is released of this series – already setting it high atop a mountain of unoriginality well before debut.
Assuming this has become the utmost caliber which the studio, Kyoto Animation, can pull together – it has become yet another to follow an unfortunate path.