April 20, 2017
On Books and Their Covers
was initially not to my liking and the art is not my cup of tea, but there have been enough
with reliable opinions that I actually sat through the opening and watched an episode of ACCA.
It is set in an alternate universe where certain fashions reminiscent of early Hugo Boss do not have the same implications they do here. The show has a decidedly retro look with the art being a throwback to some 80's girl's manga...with the protagonists removed.
A couple of background nobodies from Alexandrite ponder their newfound importance.
The production values are not high, and it seems to be a dry procedural...but I'm hooked.
This is really interesting!
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Gah, that's two of you! No, I couldn't get into it at all.
Posted by: Mauser at Thu Apr 20 23:32:39 2017 (5Ktpu)
ACCA is weird. The country is shaped like a chicken, the harmless people all have agendas and pasts, and the show gets really interesting at the exact point you are ready to drop it.
I liked it, but boy is it different. Zigs where other shows zag.
Posted by: Suburbanbanshee at Fri Apr 21 10:09:20 2017 (S0Svy)
also had an OP of a dubious acclaim.
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sat Apr 22 01:03:59 2017 (XOPVE)
Oh, and I'm afraid I must give you a fair warning about the supposed reliability: the series I enjoy the most this season is Eromanga-sensei
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sat Apr 22 01:11:24 2017 (XOPVE)
That's a MAP not a logo.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sat Apr 22 20:03:47 2017 (KicmI)
It's both. Logo is based on the map.
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sat Apr 22 22:47:18 2017 (XOPVE)
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