I'm so sorry I know I'm in the wrong category i just have no idea where to put it please don't be mad!
Almost forgot about today's challenge :' - D
but yes, you can watch this episode here: [link]
the Monogatari series easily makes it onto my top five as far as my favorite animes go. Though the suggestion of incest every now and then repulses me, the overwhelming astounding qualities overpower it.
My favorite part, is that the art style merely complimented the script. Studio Shaft is also responsible for Puella Magi Madoka Magica, and knowing that- it's a lot easier to see the similarities. Though naturally the actual character style is completely different, the way the backgrounds are set, and the designer's fearlessness to throw off the layout and comp in the middle of a scene is amazing.
The gore scene, which naturally I did not justice to explaining, barely beats out out the one with Black Henakawa. Mostly because it is one of the goriest scenes I've ever come across in an anime. Our protagonist literally gets whipped around with his own intestines, only to slam into a wall and slop down onto the floor, only to get beaten to an even bloodier mess. But my goodness, ever change of viewpoint in that scene was white+bright color that you see on an Easter egg. And you're half repulsed and half surprised. And let's not forget how big they made the actual room, which varies from point to point, as do the position and count of desks. Arararararagi looks tiny itsy bitsy against the actual room, which helps once he hits the wall and falls, so that the watcher knows just how hi he fell. I mean, jumping down a staircase can leave your heels stinging, imagine him.
YES! So as I said, the clever and drastic art style only compliments the witty character dialogue and interesting approach towards the plot. I know this sounds like some artsy shit, but I promise it's amazing.
And it's got pleasant fanservice.
Lots of it.
also. listenclosleyyu kanda.