Marie Tagashira criticized certain individuals in the production of Gundam Suisei no Majo. Today, the anime Gundam Suisei no Majo has ended, and the anime’s character designer decided to post a message on her official profile, indirectly criticizing the anime’s production.
Marie Tagashira criticized certain individuals in the production of Gundam Suisei no Majo
Marie Tagashira is responsible for the character design in the anime Gundam Suisei no Majo. On her official profile, she tweeted the following:
“To all the team members involved in Suisei no Majo. Since the first season, we have been facing a chronically short period of only 2 to 4 weeks, but we have come this far thanks to the pride each of you holds.
Thank you very much for that. However, a particular 2 or 3 people cannot join this group.”
If you haven’t understood yet, she is indirectly criticizing some members of the production of the Gundam Suisei no Majo anime. From what she says, the production of the first season of Gundam Suisei no Majo must have been quite challenging.
I watched the anime, and indeed the first part was criticized by Gundam fans for not being what they expected. Only the last episode received acclaim.
Another thing worth mentioning is the following:
The last episode of Gundam Suisei no Majo had a total of 94 animators, 94 people for a 20-minute episode. This already shows how insane the production was, requiring so many people to finish the last episode.
Well, Marie Tagashira’s message did not go without criticism. Some people are making comments about her statements. Here are some examples:
“Yes, this anime is shit.”
“The last sentence destroys the viewer’s resonance, a terrible statement. Is it fun to tarnish a work made with so much care?”
“Are these 2-3 people the director and producer, right?”
“You should complain from an anonymous secondary account.”
“The personality is so bad that it’s hilarious. I bet the work environment was also tense.”
“I was thinking of watching the new Gundam work called ‘Suisei no Majo’ because it seemed interesting, but I lost interest after seeing this. How useless.”
“She probably doesn’t realize that she is tarnishing the work more than those 2 or 3 people.”
“A suitable shitty tweet for a shitty anime.”
“Is it the script? The storyline is quite confusing.”
“What a mean-spirited person.”
“I bet they were severely behind schedule.”
Some people didn’t like seeing Marie criticizing others in the anime’s production. It’s worth noting that these are opinions from Japanese viewers. When it comes to comments from foreigners, you know how it is—most foreigners tend to support when someone goes on Twitter to speak ill of others.
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