Ojamajo Doremi is such a better show than Sakura.
>one offs and side characters are much more memorable
>Seki-Sensei is way cooler then Terada-Sensei
>deeper, sadder moments
>way, way funnier
>just as cute
>just as enjoyable
>doesn't have any weird LGBT or pedo stuff in it
>ending of dokkan is just as satisfying as the end of the sealed card movie
>>31669>doesn't have any weird LGBT or pedo stuff in it
Neither does Sakura. If you think it does, it means you have no idea what you're talking about.
Sakura has a crush on a boy far older than her and Sakura's young male rival has a crush on the same man, that's pretty gay and pedoish.
I'm sure it seems that way when you have no idea what you are talking about. Maybe you should stick to kikewood.
Ahh, maybe you watched the English dub and they got rid of it or something, because it is clearly there in the Japanese version, I don't even now how one would think it's not.
And yeah, there is that too.
If you think yuri/BL = LGBT and loli/shotacon = pedophilia, it means you don't know what you are talking about.
Really? Enlighten me. How is it not?
LGBT is a jewish political movement and loli/shotacon is not pedophilia.
How is it not paedophilia?
He’s gonna say something stupid like “it’s just a drawing, not a real kid”
It has nothing to do with pedophilia. If you want to be pedophiles then fucking go somewhere else.
Fuck off normalfag
I watched the Japanese version of Sakura, it had tons of progressive themes in it. I also watched the Japanese version of Doremi and it has ZERO progressive themes in it.
Favorite OP and ED?
for me it's this:
Dreaming>Platinum>Clear>Catch You Catch Me>Rocket Beat
The only "progressive" themes in it was the flaming male homosexuality. However, the whole idea was that attraction was based on magic. When everyone learned this they curbed their homoerotiscism, except for one dude. Because the cause for abnormal attraction was spelled out as being not gay, the any following gayness can just be assumed to be a result of magic as well.
Plus it's a series for witchie, who benefit from anti-hetero sentiments from a young age.
You're probably closet gay yourself.
you know it wasn't just Li that had a thing for Yukito right? canonically there's more than just friendship between Touya and Yukito
It's not for everyone, don't worry. It's pretty slow and has quite a bit of filler.
Touya was magic too. If you want to talk about REAL canon, then Touya is technically the son of Clow and therefor platonically drawn to Yukito
Ojamajo Doremi is unironically the best magic gir.l show ever made
It was decent, i'd give it a 7/10.
thats like saying the turd you shat out yesterday morning was the best turd you launched of your anus.
Every wizard has made such a statement at one point before and we all wish we could say it again some day
So, I just completed the original series, and I honestly don't get why this show has been praised so much; characters are mostly are dull and way too cheery and upbeat about everything, to the point that it becomes a distraction. The setting isn't very interesting and seeing the same places and sceneries gets old quickly. The humor and comedy is bland, unfunny and can be annoying too. The magic aspect, while creative, feels like it was never used to its full advantage and all the explanations and lore about it gets a little confusing and over done at times. This show has lots of filler and in some episodes, nothing happens at all. The show did have great music and lots of cute moments though, I'll give it that. I didn't love the show, but it wasn't the worst thing I've ever watched; the second movie was a nice conclusion, even though I personally didn't really care for any of the romantic aspects of the series. It was a little too silly and way too boring and slow for me, took me about three years to finish the series since I'd get burnt out after like two episodes.
I tried starting to watch the Clear Card arc but it felt out of step. It's been a long while since I watched CCS. Maybe I'm too jaded… maybe the calm optimist self who enjoyed this has gotten too jaded? Dunno. Maybe some other day.
I'm thinking this is probably a precursor to the events of Tsubasa Chronicle, which I only half-finished since I only watched the anime arcs, so that's probably a good thing to do Clear Card before getting back to it.
I'm gonna be honest with all of you and even myself, I regret watching Clear Card. It was just so medicore and uninspired that it hurts my soul; it was almost even Sailor Moon Crystal levels of disappointing. The original series ended on such a beautiful, perfect note that I just feel there is no way in hell that CLAMP could create an ending that wonderfully orchestrated like before.
Honestly, I only like the first season of Sailor Moon. I hate Chibiusa, I hate the Outer Senshi and I just find that I get bored and tired of the series as it goes on.
Agreed, the Dark Kingdom arc was max comfy.
I will always enjoy the first season of Sailor Moon the most, it had the strongest themes of friendship and perseverance, had fun memorable one off episodes and characters, the romance aspect wasn't tired and derivative as it would be later on and had some of the best comedy in the series. What I really loved was how memorable everyone in the dark kingdom was, they had such a sinister and unique feel to each of them and they were my favorite villains in the series. What I love the most though was the interaction between all the characters, it was so entertaining and endearing to see these characters interact with each other and other, and not to mention, the backgrounds and colors for this season are so beautiful and so nice and comfortable to look at that it makes the experience to see such wonderful art worth watching this show alone for.
I haven't seen the Viz dub for this season yet so I don't know how well the new adaptation is. Hell, if I'm in the mood for nostalgic cheese I'll put on that bad 90's dub for a laugh.
I miss when Sakura and Syaoran were both a lot more spunky.
I thought Clear Card was terrible, such a boring, underwhelming waste of time.
I liked the show, but I always felt drained after one or two episodes. Don't know if I'd ever watch the whole thing again, maybe I'll wait a few years since its still fresh in my mind.
>>30320>soul vs soulless meme
Getting real sick of seeing those words.
I'm amazed that the art from a screenshot can look so nice.
The art style in Sakura is mostly always pretty nice. The really early episodes could get a little sloppy at times though.
I love episode 66; if you've seen it, you'll know what I mean.
Why does no one ever bring up the fact that Tomoyo is a cuckold?
If there was one thing about clear card I liked, it was that they gave Sakura's other friends more screen time and some character development.
I just read somewhere that Makoto is barely above Usagi in terms of intelligence; is that true? I always figured she was pretty average in the brains department.
Ami's a certified genius, but her cooking abilities are unknown, she's usually too busy and rich enough to stop by the bakery whenever she needs a cake for everyone, and her other, let's say housewife skills, are probably similarly lacking. Physicality is minimal, she's a bookwork. Might do some light cardio.
Makoto is a supreme chef and seamstress, as well as a blackbelt in I think Akido? But her intelligence is barely above Usagi's.
Rei is likely the smartest other than Ami, that Catholic school has high standards. However she's an absolutely abysmal cook and has no skill with needle and thread. Probably pays for snacks with Daddy's money and occasional fortune telling. Physicality probably average.
Usagi is a competent cook, or at least she can easily whip up a strawberry cake. Dumb as a rock even a thousand years from now, and there's nothing that can convince me there's any power in that tiny frame.
Minako is a bit of a jock. High physicality, second only to Makoto, as dumb as Usagi, and the only time we see her cooking something goes horribly wrong.
I will never forgive Clear Card for being terrible.