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Anonymous-San 2014年11月15日(土) 05時31分08秒 34732 ID: eed856

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Why the fuck can't the Japanese end a series properly? I have yet to see a single anime in which the ending has satisfied me. They always end horribly.

FMA: Nothing explained
Trigun: Most anticlimactic boss fight in history
DBZ: Ending was just... What
Ultimate muscle: Anticlimactic
Gurren Lagann: Eh.
Yu-gi-oh, Bayblade and all the other "buy more shit" animes: Massive build up to final fight that always fails to live up to the hype.

But this shit... This shit right here... Samurai Champloo is the worst of all. Long journey, plot, character development and then just... Nothing. Nothing at all. It's as if nothing happened at all.

So, /a/, what animes do you believe have good endings and which do you think suck?

Anonymous-San 2014年11月15日(土) 09時02分20秒 34735 ID: dd9a09

I still like Cowboy Bebop. The characters were colorful and interesting, and while the story was mostly episodic, there were still a few good tie-in episodes that really fleshed out the characters.

As for the end, well... I think the main character accomplished what he set out to do, and there's really no question as to why it is the end.

As for anime endings that sucked.... Big O. I remember loving that when it first came on the tube, and then the ending was so disappointing. It was like Evangelion all over again. Just... wtf. The entire story just resets and the audience never gets to understand just what the hell is going on. There was so much build up. It was a mystery story at heart, (with some giant robots, because anime), but then just as they're about to unmask what everything means and what all the answers are, they just say "Nope. Never happened."

Anonymous-San 2014年11月21日(金) 08時09分58秒 34741 ID: 2b5a89

Hmm, endings that are either acceptable (rare), and/or ones I can deal with vs. ones that suck ass....hmmm....

Okay, an easy one for easy to accept, and it's a classic, at least I think so. Azumanga Daioh. They graduated, end story. The ovas and fanversions really weren't necessary. And this coming from someone who always wants more good, funny school-based S.O.L. shows, like....Pani Poni Dash.

One that I'm about to suffer through again is a series that I really liked a lot, and raved about late last/early this year, Tokyo Ravens. It's like the studio lost the script and ....just....damn. Still watchable series, but that ending is just too wtf.

Then there's the demise of the series that started the whole


listing at the top of the page in the first place.

Face it, just because there might be more light novels and manga, don't expect any Haruhi anime soon. The rift between author and studio is too big, and it's been too long since the last anime was released (unless you believe in Yozakura Quartet syndrome-where you can wait 5 years between series), and since KyoAni is perfectly fine with making bank on series like Chuunibyou, they'll put out Yuki's series, but that better sell-otherwise you'll never see any animated Sasaki.

Anonymous-San 2014年11月21日(金) 08時34分48秒 34744 ID: cf7294

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I think Fist of the north star had a really good ending.
For shitty endings I'd say

Anonymous-San 2014年11月21日(金) 23時24分56秒 34746 ID: c49e6f

Youtube  >>34744

Anonymous-San 2014年11月22日(土) 18時47分52秒 34747 ID: eed856

OP here. I marathoned Berzerk over the last 3 days. I really enjoyed it overall but once again the ending was a let down. Huge build up over 3 episodes but nothing really happened until the last 10 minutes of the last episode. I understand that the anime ended at the end of the second manga arc but it really left me wanting more due to the massive change in situation and unanswered questions... And then they decide to release films for the arcs that already have an anime adaption.

Anonymous-San 2014年11月25日(火) 00時03分11秒 34749 ID: 2f260d


But that wasn't even the real ending, you have to watch the movie which is like... well, Freud's acid trip after reading too much of the Kabbalah, but at least it's certainly not fucking congratulations!

Anonymous-San 2014年12月01日(月) 14時19分15秒 34755 ID: 6bde70

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FMA:B had a pretty good ending.

Corpse Princess had a horrible ending. They should have ended it with the series, but they made it look like they wanted a sequel.

Anonymous-San 2014年12月02日(火) 00時19分11秒 34756 ID: 2f260d


FMA:B was just... ugh. I hate happy endings. I hate endings where the MC gets with the girl of his dreams and has children that are goddamn clones of himself and everyone lives happily ever after. It's so cliched and typical and just like Harry fucking Potter. I really feel as if the biggest flaw Arakawa had making FMA was that she wanted everything to be "happy".

Naruto turned out the same way, reminding me how much I HATE that shit.

I really liked the end of the first FMA because the ending was left ambiguous. The movie was great because it wasn't just the same shit with a different smell like most anime movies are.

Anonymous-San 2014年12月20日(土) 09時21分21秒 34767 ID: 2b5a89

Might as well go with a couple of recent endings-not a whole lot else being said for recent shows here anyway.
Hitsugi no Chaika-2 seasons/same year-the new way for studios to not overspend on 24+ep losses (yeah, lookin' at you JC Staff, with Golden Time and Railgun2)- this series was done right, and the ending was just sweet enough, but not saccharine to let the conclusion feel right. Maybe a bit of the warm fuzzies, but still, deal-able.

The one that I haven't seen anyone mention is Denki-gai no Honya-San. This show referenced a ton of shows I've enjoyed over the years (multiple Shin-Chan refs), and finishing up with a combination of drunkeness to end credits with every kind of manga/dojin types known to the straight-up slaughter of those types during the post credit scene to end it.....AND that final eyecatch.....Just freaking nailed it-the way and ending IS and ending.

Anonymous-San 2014年12月22日(月) 12時35分23秒 34768 ID: 992144

The elevens are notoriously awful at making proper conclusions.

Anonymous-San 2016年04月05日(火) 05時22分14秒 35136 ID: f65031

Shin sekai yori had a good ending for me.

Anonymous-San 2016年05月05日(木) 01時00分43秒 35161 ID: c8b314

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A mixed/poor ending - Banner of the Stars - drew more attention to romance, probably in order to end the series, and away from war, which would of course furnished every possible way to continue the series. Plus, I've never wanted a show to end less than this one.

It just "ends."- Nichijou - it was one episode after another, until the last one in the sequence (after which none followed)

A great ending - Higurashi - Once everyone somehow gets through a month without hacking each other to pieces, you just love them all. This franchise spun a fine yarn. The closing chapters did not disappoint.

God Tier ending - Boku No Pico - three shotas fucking each other in every possible combination while fireworks go off, splooge flies around, and the city lights flare. Reminded me of the internet

Anonymous-San 2017年08月05日(土) 10時55分39秒 35446 ID: ff4656

Actually Gurenn Lagann's ending was good in my opinion.

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